Lucy's Lucky Shells by Jo Creates

Lucy's Lucky Shells

July 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 13 rows = 4 inches
in Half Treble Crochet (UK) Half Double Crochet (UK)
3.5 mm (E)
1203 - 1312 yards (1100 - 1200 m)
One Size
both US and UK
Flag of English English Additional languages which are not in the download: Universal
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This Crochet Shawl Pattern is made using sections of lacy shells between fillet crochet stripes and ends with a lacy border at each end.

It makes a rectangular shawl approximately 60cm wide by 150cm long (24” x 60”). It would be easy enough to add or delete sections to make a smaller shawl if you wish though.

I used Fyberspates Vivacious 4ply in colour 616 (Crocus) to create my Lucy’s Lucky Shells but any fingering weight yarn will do.

To get Lucy in your life, you will need 1100m of fingering weight yarn and a 3.5mm hook.

Gauge isn’t terribly important for this shawl, to get the size indicated you will need to achieve 19 stitches and 13 rows in 10cm (4”).

The stitches themselves are relatively simple and I’ve included an easy-to-follow (I hope!) chart. This pattern should therefore be suitable for advanced beginners up!

Just in case a chart isn’t your “thing”, I’ve also included written instructions in both UK and US Crochet terms.

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Happy Creating! :)