Chloe Tapestry Shawlette by Kristina Smiley

Chloe Tapestry Shawlette

Crochet
February 2021
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in Double Crochet
5.0 mm (H)
625 - 650 yards (572 - 594 m)
One Size
US
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This pattern is available from expressionfiberarts.com for $5.00.

SIZE: 52” x 26” (132 cm x 66 cm) Blocked.

Shawl can be adjusted, but requires extra yardage.

MATERIALS:

Expression Fiber Arts CashSilk Sock yarn

Shown in colors : Beloved Blue Hues Kit- 1,230 yards total yardage Light Blue (A), Medium Blue with Yellow Pops (B), Darkest Blue (C)

1 skein of each color.

If those colors aren’t available, any from this category will work.

The sample shawlette shown used approximately 621 yards total. However, additional rows and repeats can be easily added.

Hook:

Any size that is appropriate for the yarn selected. Refer to the tag/label for the recommended sizes.

The sample shown was worked with a US size H/8 (5.0mm) hook.

SKILL LEVEL:

Advanced Beginner - For those crocheters who are ready to learn some new skills or stitch combinations. Stitches include: Magic Ring, Bobble, and Shell.

Notes From the Designer:

•Playful, energetic, full of life, and bursting with color. Chloe is all of this and more. This triangle shawl works up quickly with alternating rows featuring simple textures formed with the use of bobbles and shells.

•The textures and color are reminiscent of a beautiful day spent at the beach. The waves lapping on the shore. Your favorite drink in hand. The rich sky blues and ocean teal shades are relaxing, inspiring and empowering. You breathe in the salty air and know that anything is possible!

•Just like waves continually rolling up onto the shore, this is a relaxing, repeating pattern that is easy to adjust. Want a larger shawl? Just work more repeats! Change colors as you desire.

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