Lavender Path Shawl
Lavender Path is a triangular shawl worked from the top down, beginning at the back neck. It has no obvious right or wrong sides and can be made to any size.
If you are an experienced crocheter, you will appreciate the unusual combination of Lover’s Knots with standard crochet stitches. However, the project will be easy enough even if you are a beginner. It is sure to keep you in a “lavender mood” to the last stitch of this stress-free shawl.
The pattern is written out and charted for a triangular shawl and a scarf/rectangular stole.
- Gleem Lace by Fyberspates, 55% Superwash British Bluefaced Leicester Wool, 45% Silk, 874yd (800m) per 100g skein, shade 710 Lavender Haze, 1 skein total
- Hook: US C (2.5-2.75mm)
Finished Sizes (blocked):
- Small: 52” (132cm) wingspan, 25” (63cm) height at center
- Medium: 61½” (156cm) wingspan, 29½” (75cm) height at center
- Large: 71” (180cm) wingspan, 34¼” (87cm) height at center
Stitches used: ch, sc, dc, Solomon knot
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