Frost Shawl by Hannah Siegmund

Frost Shawl

December 2018
DK (11 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 15 rows = 4 inches
4.5 mm
1250 - 1350 yards (1143 - 1234 m)
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One of my favorite things about crochet is the squishy, plush fabric that it can create. That fabric can keep out even the most bitter cold! The Frost Shawl is inspired winter nights, the crunch of snow underfoot, and the grey skies in January. Panels of solid fabric alternate with rows of ribbing for textural interest and extra insulation. No matter the reason you are outside, you can wrap up in your Frost Shawl and stay cozy and warm!

The Frost Shawl is designed for a DK weight yarn. This is a triangle shawl that is worked flat in turned rows from the top down.

This pattern includes:

  • Detailed Photos
  • Schematic
  • Written Instructions with stitch counts provided at the end of each row
  • A stitch/row counter for each section so that it’s easy to keep track of your place