Seaweed Swirl by Ruth Brasch

Seaweed Swirl

November 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches
in Blocked double crochet worked flat
3.75 mm (F)
375 - 409 yards (343 - 374 m)
One Size (includes instructions to adjust)
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Hot sun; lapping waves; soft sand; seaweed. Seaweed?
This one skein wonder swirls and curls while you crochet it, reminiscent of seaweed washing up on shore and curling around your ankles. But never fear – this kind has sparkles and beautiful colors in it!

The Seaweed Swirl is a cross between a scarf and a shawlette; heck, you could even add a button and wear it as a cowl!

The unique lace structure is both intriguing and eye catching when you wear it, and it plays nicely with both solid and variegated yarns.

If you’ve been looking for a super fast, one skein project - this is it! The entire pattern is only 14 rows, but has stunning results.

Finished Shawl Dimensions: 36” wingspan x 8” deep (91.5 x 20 cm).

The pattern includes two options to expand the size of the shawl which, of course, will require more than one skein of yarn.