Jane Alice Kimono Shawl by Robyn Chachula
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Jane Alice Kimono Shawl

Crochet
August 2017
DK (11 wpi) ?
see notes below
5.5 mm (I)
1050 yards (960 m)
About 56" wide and 28" deep
US

The idea of reimagining the Arts and Crafts Movement in our time was the inspiration behind this modern filet-crochet shawl. This rectangular shawl stays true to classic filet crochet, using void and filled spaces to create a pattern. The modern invention is all in the material: a wonderfully vibrant silk-blend yarn. Named after William Morris’s first daughter, Jane Alice, I like to imagine a modern young version of her wearing this shawl with jeans to the local flower market.

Difficulty Easy

Finished size About 56” wide and 28” deep.

Yarn Manos Del Uruguay Silk Blend (70% extrafine merino wool, 30% silk): #SB3106 autumn, 7 hanks.

Hook Size I/9 (5.5 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

Notions Yarn needle; 1” wood toggle buttons, 8.

Gauge 6 filet spaces = 4” and 10 rows = 4.25”.

Note Shawl body is worked first then edging and buttons are added.