Yuna by Mark Roseboom


April 2021
Light Fingering ?
3.0 mm
1094 - 1203 yards (1000 - 1100 m)
see notes for details
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Meet Yuna, a lovely triangular shawl that is a perfect pattern for any yarn and any occasion. This pattern is created with yarns from the Polish brand Kokonki. They sponsored me some yarns to work with, and here is the result. The pattern is named “Yuna” for a reason. Some years ago in Japan, I totally lost my way to the train station. Standing there in a small town with no clue. A clever Japanese girl named Yuna asked me if she could help me. She walked me back to the station and even waited till I boarded the train. Such a respectful way of showing kindness, and in return, some years later, I name this pattern. Also, this shawl’s colors reminded me of the kimono the character Yuna wears in the Final Fantasy game. It a game I played a lot when in puberty.

Some general information about the pattern:

  • crochet hook 3.0mm or any suggested hook size for the yarn you chose.

  • 1000-1100 meters of yarn - any yarn works out fine in any weight.

  • the size of this shawl with the Kokonki yarn cake turned out 150 cm on the longest side, and the other two sides became 115 cm. The depth of the shawl will be 85 cm.

  • Stitches used in the pattern are all regular stitches. Special stitches will be a puff stitch and some front post stitches. There is also a cross-stitch which is carefully explained in the pattern - at the Row where it is used. Overall the pattern is very suitable for any experience.

  • The pattern holds written instructions with step-by-step photos to guide you.

  • there are no videos or charts available for this pattern.