Victoria Shawl by Sandra Paul
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Victoria Shawl

Crochet
March 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 9 rows = 4 inches
in treble crochet
3.5 mm (E)
872 - 960 yards (797 - 878 m)
146 cm (57.5") width, 70cm (27.5") height
UK
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Who says crochet can’t be all about luxury yarns too? This softer than soft baby alpaca is the perfect thing to snuggle into and the delicate puff design help this shawl harness the warmth with elegant good looks.

Pattern Description
This pattern is for a triangular shawl, worked back and forth in rows from the top down.

Skill Level
Intermediate
Includes basic stitches, puffs, front and back post stitches. The shawl is simple in construction but some of the written directions require experience.

Yarn
The Wool Barn
2 x Alpaca Sock - Natural Grey (Undyed)
or
860-960 yards of any fingering weight yarn (a nice drape and a fluffy halo will help reproduce the original shawl look)

Hook
3.5mm (USA - E)

Materials
Yarn needle

Size
146cm (57.5”) width, 70cm (27.5”) height
You can also easily adapt the size by adjusting the number of repeats before the border.

Gauge
19 sts by 9 rows in treble crochet over 10cm (4”) square (after blocking)

Pattern Includes

  • A full and clearly written pattern
  • Links to helpful tutorials
  • Blocking diagram
  • Stitch count details
  • Crochet chart

Pattern written in:
UK Terms (US translations given)

Translations
This pattern is now also available in French - with many thanks to Marie-Line ( mrspurple1 ) of Le Blog PurPle

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