Moonlit Shawl by Sandra Paul
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Moonlit Shawl

Crochet
June 2017
Betsy Makes Little Smile
Any gauge - designed for any gauge ?
treble crochet
3.5 mm (E)
4.5 mm
430 - 450 yards (393 - 411 m)
One size can be made in 4ply or DK weight yarn.
both US and UK
This pattern is available for £3.75 GBP
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Under the light of a silvery moon…
A simple and elegant shawl in an easy to wear graceful shape.
Choose between a favourite 4ply skein or use warmer DK for a project which whips up in no time.

Pattern Notes
A full written pattern for a crescent shaped shawl which can be worked in DK or 4 ply yarn, (instructions given for both). Also includes
stitch abbreviations, blocking guide and stitch counts.

Skill Level
Easy/Intermediate
A good ‘improver’ pattern, uses basic stitches only. However some care needs to be taken to work the shawl edges correctly.

Yarn
Size 1: DK
2 x Stylecraft Sundae DK (Coconut Ice)
50% Cotton, 50% Acrylic; 246m/269 yards per 100g

Size 2: 4ply/fingering
1 x Betsy Makes Little Smile (Dirty Denim - First photo)
75% SW Merino, 25% Silk; 400m/437 yards per 100g
(I used the whole skein.)

Yarn Substitutions
Choose a yarn with a blend of silk, cotton or bamboo for a lovely drape.
Size 1: DK - 450 metres (490 yards)
Size 2: 4ply - 400 metres (440 yards)

Hook
Size 1 (DK yarn): 4.5mm (H)
Size 2 (4 ply yarn): 3.5mm (E)

Materials
Yarn needle
Stitch markers (optional)
Blocking wires (optional)

Size
Two sets of instructions included to create one size shawl in different yarn weights:
Finished size: 28 x 150cm (11 x 60”)

Gauge
After blocking, over 10cm (4”):
Size 1 - DK yarn: 8.5 rows by 17 sts
Size 2 - 4 ply yarn: 10 rows by 20 sts

Pattern Includes:

  • A full written pattern with clear instructions
  • Blocking Diagram
  • Links to other helpful tutorials
  • Stitch counts
  • Crochet chart

Pattern written in:
UK Terms
US Terms

IMPORTANT UPDATE:
27th June 2017
I am so sorry to inform you that the wrong pdf files were uploaded with this pattern when it was first released. Everything (including the chart) has now been updated and corrected, so please make sure you are working from a new version 3 PDF file (v3) before you begin.

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