Mimic by Polly Plum
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Mimic

Crochet
August 2018
DK (11 wpi) ?
3.75 mm (F)
4.5 mm
1000 - 1200 yards (914 - 1097 m)
US
This pattern is available for free.

Mimic is a trapezoid shaped shawl made of simple sections of moss stitch and V stitches. It’s easy enough to work on in front of the TV, but takes an interesting turn about halfway through to keep you hooked and to keep things moving.

As written, there are two sizes to choose from. The DK weight option makes a warm and snuggly wrap (or wide wrap-able scarf) perfect for brisk winters. The Fingering weight option makes a light and airy shoulder wrap for cool summer evenings or those chilly fall days. The pattern is also incredibly easy to modify to your desired size or to accommodate the amount of yarn that you have available and includes instructions for doing so.

Details
US Crochet Terms
Skill level: easy, but you’ll want to be confident about finding your first and last stitches and chain spaces easily.

DK weight option
Finished size before blocking: 17.5 x 77 inches at widest and longest points
Yarn: Stylecraft Batik Swirl, 2 cakes, sample made in Blue Ocean colorway
Hook: 4.5mm or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge: About 3.5 inches from magic circle to corner after row 13; each V/moss st section measured at same point from there on out about 3.5 inches each

Fingering weight option
Finished size before blocking: 21 x 70 inches at widest and longest points
Yarn: Scheepjes Whirl, 1 cake, sample made in Strawberries & Scream colorway
Hook: 3.75mm or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge: About 3 inches from magic circle to corner after row 13; each V/moss st section measured at same point from there on out about 3 inches each


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