Sunburst Shawl by Elisabeth Davis de Herraiz

Sunburst Shawl

July 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
5 stitches and 6 rows = 4 inches
5.0 mm (H)
383 - 399 yards (350 - 365 m)
One size: 142 cm / 52” wide, 76 cm / 30” deep
both US and UK
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The Sunburst Shawl is a light and lacy top down, triangular shawl made with one skein of sock weight yarn.

Go into your stash and grab that one special skein of sock yarn you’ve been holding on to and start crocheting!

You can easily adapt the pattern to make a larger or smaller shawl by including more or less pattern repeats before making the two row border.

The pattern includes a check list for each section to check your stitch count and mark each row as finished.

Materials needed:

5mm / 8 / H or size needed to obtain gauge

1 skein of fingering (sock) weight yarn, totaling approximately 100g/3.5oz, 400m/437yds

Yarn used in sample:

Dye Ninja High Twist Merino Fingering, 100% Fine Merino Wool, 365 m / 100g / 400 yds, 1 skein of:

Other Notions
Tapestry needle to weave in ends
One stitch marker

In pattern using 5 mm hook, or size needed to obtain gauge:
Rows 1-6 measures 4” / 10cm from top of shawl to bottom tip.
Rows 1-3 measures 4” / 10cm across top of shawl.

Finished Measurements
142 cm / 52” wide
76 cm / 30” deep

The pattern is available to download as a PDF in both US and UK terminology.

Happy Crocheting!