Kendall’s Lace is a crescent-shaped shawl or scarf worked from the top down beginning with a small number of stitches. Its generous proportions and airy drape allow it to be worn as a shawl or gathered as a scarf. Crocheted in a linen/cotton blend, it’s perfect for spring days and cool summer nights.
This pattern continues the collaboration between Gina Lynette and Julie Blagojevich. As with Shayron’s Lace, Gina has provided crocheters with “recipe” advice. If you would like to use a heavier weight of yarn, a specific amount of yarn, or you would like to make the shawl shorter or longer, you will find Gina’s notes on this most helpful. For those of you who want to slip a 1-page print copy in your project bag, Gina has also included a “print and go” page with all of the instructions and none of the photos.
Finished and blocked measurements: 84 in. (213 cm) from tip to tip and 26 in. (66 cm) wide.
The following stitches and stitch combinations were used: chain; double crochet; half double crochet; single crochet; slip stitch; triple crochet (treble crochet); triple crochet four together (treble crochet four together).
The pattern pdf includes 12 photos of the wrap as it develops as well as a few photos of the completed project.
Kendall’s Lace is named for my friend, Kendall, a talented knitter and crocheter, who is always fun to work with.
Please send me a message if you have any questions about this design.