Renata by Jane Vanselous


April 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in double crochet, blocked
3.25 mm (D)
1350 - 1450 yards (1234 - 1326 m)
17”, (15.25”, 13.5”,11.75”) wide x 79” long
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SIZE: 17”, (15.25”, 13.5”,11.75”) wide x 79” long


Expression Fiber Arts Blossom Fingering

2 skeins of A, 1 each of B and C (3.5oz/402 yds ea)

Shown in: Music of the Earth (A), Free to Fly (B), Floral (C)

If those colors aren’t available, any from this category will work. A little over 1400 yards total were used for the sample shown and it is the 17” wide version.


US size ​​D (3.25mm) crochet hook

Intermediate- This pattern is for those who feel comfortable with crocheting and have made a few projects, using various skills and techniques. Skills/concepts include: dc multiple sts together.

Notes From the Designer:

•Renata, meaning “reborn.” Spring and its new growth. The motifs in this shawl resemble tiny flower buds in neat little rows, like they are emerging from the soil in a carefully planted garden. Clusters of tight flower petals on display inside of the decorative iron garden fences. Just imagine the light breeze and hear the sounds of the song birds.

•This shawl is designed around a 12 stitch repeat, and so may be adjusted to a variety of widths. The 3 main color block sections may also be adjusted in length by changing the number of repeats worked.

•Charts are included in this pattern!

•Watch a video of this pattern here for help with reading the charts!

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