Sylvan Lake Shawl by Rachy Newin

Sylvan Lake Shawl

May 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
1" = 2 rows measured down the spine
3.5 mm (E)
420 yards (384 m)
Adjustable. When gague is met, shawl measures 25” down the spine and has a wingspan of 43”.
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The Sylvan Lake Shawl is a quick, easy, and fun project that’s perfect for that gorgeous skein of variegated yarn you’ve been wondering what to do with. Worked from the top down, the triangle-shaped shawl is open and lacy, with a solid spine that adds a touch of drama.

Named for Sylvan Lake, South Dakota, the pattern is fun and relaxing - vacation and summer in the form of yarn and hook! The flow of the lacework is representative of the lake itself, while the spine was designed for the surrounding Black Hill Mountains.

The pattern uses only dc and ch, and is accessible even to a newer crocheter. It works fabulously with any colorway, no matter how variegated, and can easily be adjusted to any size.

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