Graynbow Shawl by fiber and fox

Graynbow Shawl

July 2021
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches
in single crochet
4.0 mm (G)
one size fits all/most - 72" x 30"
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The pattern requires an ADVANCED BEGINNER knowledge of crochet techniques, & is written in standard US terminology. Worked from small end to large end, in an asymmetrical/boomerang shape. Fully written, photos included. Row by row stitch count included in separate PDF to keep you on the right track, always! Pattern also includes a coloring spots for plotting your color layout/color assignments!
Materials needed:
Written for ~1.5 skeins of fingering weight yarn in a main color and 6-7 twenty gram mini skeins (6 if you use the main color for your edging, 7 if you want a contrast edging.)
& G/4.0mm crochet hook
Finished Measurements: 72” across flat edge 30” across lace edging
Main color: 2 skeins of fingering weight yarn
Stripes: six 20gm mini skeins

COLOR A: ~615 yds
Treasure Goddess “Ghost Ship”

COLOR B: ~80 yds
A Chick That Knitz “Bordeaux”

COLOR C: ~85 yds
Laine & Lotus “You’re the Reason”

COLOR D: ~85 yds
Laine & Lotus “Golden Slumbers”

COLOR E: ~90 yds
Laine & Lotus “Eden”

COLOR F: ~85 yds
Laine & Lotus “Teal Spin”

COLOR G: ~75 yds
Laine & Lotus “Take Me Home”

COLOR H: ~40 yds
Laine & Lotus “New Moon”
if you want to go for a 6 skein mini
option, you will definitely have enough
of your main color/A left over to complete
the lace puff edging. I just really liked it in a separate color H!

Color A full skeins were 463 yds/100gms
on the “Treasured Toes” 75/25 sock base

Colors B-H were 92 yds/20 gms mini skeins
Gray + Rainbow= GRAYNBOW…right?
While gray and a classic ROYGBIV rainbow is one of my all time favorite color combinations, this shawl will look fabulous in any color combo! But for me I love the combo because the rainbow dispersed amongst the gray reminds me of God’s graciousness and faithfulness, even when things look a little (or a lot) dark.

Using simple, repetitive stitches with beautiful texture, the colors you choose really shine in this shawl design. Grab some minis (or scraps!) and let’s play!

NOTE: pattern includes 2 PDFS!
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