Shells & Trebles Shawlette by Dianne Hunt

Shells & Trebles Shawlette

July 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
11 stitches and 5 rows = 4 inches
4.5 mm
300 - 360 yards (274 - 329 m)
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Shawlettes are fantastic versatile accessories. This Shells & Trebles shawlette uses the treble stitch all throughout in a variety ways, giving you an open and airy shawlette. Its size is perfect for draping over your shoulder, and for using as a scarf.

• Yarn - WeCrochet Lindy Chain (affiliate link), 70% linen and 30% cotton, #1 fingering weight, 180 yds (2 balls)
• Hook - 4.5 mm Furls Odyssey (affiliate link)
• Notions - stitch markers, needle for weaving ends, blocking board and blocking pins

Finished size: From tip to tip, 41.5” and from center down, 18”
Size will vary depending on type of yarn used.

Gauge is not critical to this since it’s a shawlette.
5 tr rows = 4”; 11 tr sts = 4”, blocked.

Experience Level

Pattern Notes
• Chain 4 equals a stitch.
• Chain 6 in Round 2 equals a tr plus ch2.
• Chain 1 does not equal a stitch.
• Place your last tr in the turning chain of previous row.
• You can use any yarn weight/fiber type you’d like but keep in mind that a bigger yarn weight will yield a bigger shawlette. If using natural fibers, block your piece. If using acrylic fibers, no need for blocking.
• Some of the testers decided to add a button to their finished piece. You may do so by attaching a button of your preferred size to one corner of the shawlette. This is not included in the final instructions of the pattern since they testers decided to add their unique style to their finished piece.

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