Honey, Honey Shawlette by Nancy L Drew

Honey, Honey Shawlette

Crochet
March 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
4.5 mm
440 - 450 yards (402 - 411 m)
Shawlette size, but pattern is easily increased.
US
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This beaded shawlette works beautifully gathered around the neck as a scarf, or thrown over your shoulders as a light shawl. This is a quick one skein project with optional beading. The body is an easy-to-remember two row repeat, and the shape is a half hexagon. There are written instructions and helpful charts.

Rated—Intermediate
US terminology used

Yarn: Fingering weight yarn—450 yards
Recommended yarns: Shalimar Zoe Sock fingering weight yarn in Curry, or color of your choice.

Size after blocking: 55” wingspan and 20” deep down center of back.

This shawl is easily made larger or smaller before the border is added. You will need to allow more yardage for extra row repeats. More detailed size and yardage notes are made on project pages of individual shawls made with this pattern.

Optional beading: approximately 300 #6 glass beads with holes large enough to pull your yarn through with a small steel crochet hook.

Hooks: 4.5mm (#7) crochet hook, or one that gives the desired fabric. (Opt.) Steel hook small enough to pull yarn through beads.