Dandelion Disperse Shawl by fiber and fox

Dandelion Disperse Shawl

Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in dandelion stitch
3.75 mm (F)
765 yards (700 m)
one size (adult)
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This pattern is available for $8.00 USD
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Let’s be honest, no one of any age can resist blowing fluffy dandelion seeds into the wind, right?
Using my favorite dandelion stitch and playing with the texture of the mohair yarn, this shawl definitely reminds me of those fluffy seeds dancing on the wind. It’s light and airy, easy to wear, and just the right amount of playful with the color/texture/stripe
combination. I’m sure you’ll be ‘hooked’ on dispersing dandelions all over this shawl too.
The pattern requires an INTERMEDIATE knowledge of crochet techniques, & is written in standard US terminology. Worked from end to end (with simple increasing & decreasing), in a triangle shape.
Fully written pattern. Photos and video tutorial for dandelion stitch also included. Row by row stitch count included in separate PDF to keep you on the right track, always! Also includes a coloring spots for plotting your color layout/color assignments
Materials Needed:
Yarn: Two 100g skeins of
fingering/sock/1 weight yarn &
a 50g skein of silk mohair/0/ lace
weight yarn
Mine were all one-of-a-kind Lucky Strike colorways
from Fiber for the People Yarns.
Color 1: Lily Pad (fingering weight)
80/10/10 SW Merino/Cashmere/Nylon,
382 yds/100g
USED: ~375 yds
Color 2: Pewter (fingering weight)
100% SW Merino, 328 yds/100g
USED: ~260 yds
Color 3: Algae (mohair or lace weight)
70 Kid Mohair/30% silk, 459 yds/50g
USED: ~130 yds
NOTE: the mohair is held single as a color in the stripe section. No holding anything double at any point!
Hook: F/3.75mm crochet hook
Finished Measurements: Across top edge: 66”
From top to center point: 16.5”

NOTE: pattern purchase includes 2 PDFS!