Lake Midnight Shawl by Crochetpedia

Lake Midnight Shawl

September 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
3.0 mm
1094 - 1312 yards (1000 - 1200 m)
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This pattern is available for free.

Summer is slowly coming to an end, but we are still chasing the last glimpses of it. Colors of this yarn reminded me of the silver moon glowing on the night sky, or dancing in the water. Our summer camp at the lake is not over yet!

Finished shawl is roughly 165 cm (65”) wide. It covers whole upper body and drapes beautifully. One whole 1000 m (1 094 yards) cake is enough to make it, and I strongly recommend you using ombre yarn.

FREE WRITTEN PATTERN is available online on Crochetpedia website.

The pattern is a combination of few types of rows - mesh and solid; and few rows of post stitches at the bottom to give it a structural finish. After few rows you will be able to work automatically, so enjoy your favorite TV shows and crochet away!