Clean lines and geometric textures emphasise the subtle yarns in this loose and flowing shawl.
A full written pattern for a asymmetrical triangular shawl which includes stitch abbreviations, blocking guide and stitch counts.
Only the most basic of stitches are used in this shawl but some concentration is required until the stitch repeats are established.
The Wool Barn
Yarn A - 1 x Lotus
Yarn B - 1 x Pale Cream
150g of 4ply fingering weight (4ply) alpaca yarn (or yarn with a good drape and soft halo)
Yarn A: 100g / 450 yards
Yarn B: 50g / 200 yards
Stitch markers (optional)
Blocking wires (optional)
60 x 150cm (24 x 60”)
After blocking, over 10cm (4”):
Blocky: 16 rows by 28 sts
Loopy: 14 rows by 28 sts
- A full written pattern with clear instructions
- Blocking Diagram
- Links to other helpful tutorials
- Stitch counts and percentages
- Crochet chart
Pattern written in:
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