One Skein Scarf Shawl Cordelia by Sharon Murphy

One Skein Scarf Shawl Cordelia

January 2017
both are used in this pattern
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
4.5 mm
5.0 mm (H)
440 - 450 yards (402 - 411 m)
both US and UK
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March 2020 UPDATE: The pattern has been rewritten, tech edited and is now available free on my blog or you can purchase a print-ready downloadable PDF which includes a row-by-row table with stitches and stitch counts.

This sleek modern asymmetrical scarf pattern is perfect for showing off a beautiful skein of hand dyed or hand painted 4 ply sock yarn.

The pattern is mainly a 12 row repeat so you can use more yarn for a larger shawl scarf, or even switch up to a dk or aran/worsted weight yarn and make your project the size you want.

The pattern is suitable for adventurous beginners as well as more experienced crocheters who will enjoy the variety of stitches.

It is made using familiar UK treble crochet (USA double crochet) and UK double treble crochet(US trebles) as well as cross stitches, increases and decreases and a simple faux picot edging. The stitches are explained.

You work from one corner with a series of increases and decreases to create a fairly long and skinny asymmetrical shape.

The pattern is written in UK terms US terms in italics.