Skimming Stones by Joanne Scrace
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Skimming Stones

Crochet
June 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 12 rows = 4 inches
in pattern
4.0 mm (G)
700 yards (640 m)
One Size
UK
This pattern is available for £3.00 GBP buy it now

Join our Mystery Crochet Along (MCAL) starting on Wednesday June 20th 2018!

Clue One is out now. Clue Two launches on 27th June.

Please note: there isn’t a “no spoilers” rule so if you don’t want to see then please avoid the project photos.

The MCAL will be running for five weeks, each week you’ll receive a new clue (delivered to your inbox and your ravelry library) with the next set of written and charted instructions to make a beautiful shawl.
Each weekly clue should be finished in about 3 hours or less (depending on the speed you crochet at) so its the perfect CAL even if you have a busy summer ahead. We’ll have lots of chatter and prizes to keep it fun and there will be plenty of support if you are new to crochet or our patterns.

The shawl is inspired by stones skimming across a lake but other than that we are keeping all the details under wraps so we don’t spoil the surprise.

To sign up and join the fun simply buy this pattern and then pop over and ask to join our facebook group. where the MCAL is being hosted.

Size
Finished depth: 38cm/15in
Finished width: 190cm/76in

Materials
1 100g skein Eden Cottage Yarns Carlisle Fingering (4ply weight, 100% superwash merino singles, 100g/400m/436yds) in Thunder (Col A)
4 20g skeins Eden Cottage Yarns Carlisle Fingering Minis (4ply weight, 100% superwash merino singles, 20g/80m/87yds) one each in
Wild Raspberry (Col B)
Dusk (Col C)
Pennine Mist (Col D)
Steel (Col E)

4mm hook (US G) hook
1 stitch marker

Tension
21 sts and 12 rows in alternating rows of tr in BLO and dc to 10cm/4in using 4mm hook (or size needed to obtain tension)

Difficulty Rating
Intermediate

Skills Needed
Basic crochet stitches, working in rows, working in back loops, missing stitches, working raised (post) stitches, increasing, decreasing.

This pattern uses standard UK terminology (with US translations provided in the abbreviations)
Pattern is written and charted.