Horizon Shawl by Esther Chandler

Horizon Shawl

Crochet
October 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches = 4 inches
in Included in pattern
3.0 mm
766 - 820 yards (700 - 750 m)
Customisable
both US and UK
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The shawl is worked from the top edge down in rows. Each row increases at the end of the row, adding to the length of the top edge, and at set points to form the stepped-crescent shape.

The pattern is designed to use as much yarn as possible of two 100g skeins; consequently options are available on the final row depending on how much yarn remains. You may also crochet extra rows to use up yarn as desired.

The 7 page pattern includes a partial chart, gauge swatch directions, and plenty of modifications to alter the design to your preferences.

The pattern as written produces a shawl of approx 180cms (72inches) wingspan and 33cm (13inces) depth.

More info can be found at www.makemydaycreative.com.