Sunday Strolls Shawl by The Crochet Fix

Sunday Strolls Shawl

Crochet
November 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
3.25 mm (D)
1083 - 1094 yards (990 - 1000 m)
200cm/78.7” wide by ~85cm/33.5” long
US
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A pretty and feminine filet triangular crochet shawl that works up quickly, using advanced beginner stitches: SC, DC, SlSt, Ch, FpDC and BpDC. The pattern instructions provide two options for construction: a single motif transition, or a double motif transition.

This shawl can be made with yarn of any weight/ply and fiber, however I recommend using a yarn that yields a soft and lacy drape.

For a light weight shawl, suitable for Spring and Summer, use a 3-5 ply cotton or cotton blend yarn. For a warmer shawl try 8 ply wool or acrylic/wool blend.

I recommend that you swatch with several different sized hooks to determine which hook size will provide a soft and lacy drape with your chosen yarn and tension.

The pattern includes a diagram for the first three triangle motif repeats and diagrams for the generic triangle motif repeats that follow thereafter. These are intended to supplement to the written pattern but not replace it.

Please note:

  • This shawl can be resized and made with less or more than 1000m of yarn by adjusting the number of repeats.
  • Until 01/01/2021, you can purchase this shawl pattern for 50% off the regular price, using coupon ‘SSS50PCOFF’.
  • The pattern for the single transition shawl is also available for free on my blog (minus diagrams, stitch count explanation and repeats explanation).

I hope you enjoy making your shawl as much as I did mine. Please use #SundayStrollsShawl on social media so I can find your lovely example shawls. You can also tag me @TheCrochetFix on social media.

Many thanks to the following fabulous testers for your patience, attention to detail, and lovely test projects:
• Alex Douki (@DoukiAlex on IG, @Iordalex46 on Ravelry)
• Tania Barry (@ShewGirl1 on IG, @Shewgirl on Ravelry)
• Catherine Sari (@Csari2014 on IG, @Csari on Ravelry)
• Pui Yin Lan-Chan (@Kenicy27 on Ravelry)