Morning glory shawl crochet pattern
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What you will get
This pretty half circle shawl pattern includes:
- full written instructions in US terms and UK terms to make the sample shown (measuring 250 cm or 98.5″ around the outer edge cm and 66 cm or 26″ in width);
- crochet charts showing the entire pattern as a wedge that is repeated;
- an easy read or mobile friendly version for both US terms and UK terms.
About the pattern
This is an experienced beginner crochet pattern for a crescent-shaped shawl with softly curving edges, a wide lacy band with zig-zags created by the use of eyelets and a frilly ruffle around the outer edge.
The shawl sits easily on the shoulders and surrounds them similarly to a capelet, ending just under the elbow.
It can be made either in a long gradient or a single color.
The pattern is simple and meditative in the beginning and becomes more challenging as the lacy part is built.
You can make fewer or more panels for a shawl that covers more or less of the body.
Skill level – Experienced beginner: you will use double crochet stitches, chains and pattern repeats.
- Yarn – between 1000-1200 meters of size 2 cotton or cotton blend yarn with 400 m per 100 g; you can use 1.5 gradient cakes or get a custom 1000-1200 m gradient cake;
- Hook – 2.5 to 4 mm crochet hook or hook that gets you gauge;
- Scissors and tapestry needle for weaving in ends.
- Blocking pins and mats.
- Optional: stitch markers.
In sample: Yarnart Rosegarden (1000 meters per 250 g cake, 100% cotton) – 1 full cake in colorway 316.
The easy read version respects the following requirements:
24 point Arial font; 26 and 28 point and bold for headings.
Black text, white background.
Left justified, 1 inch margins.
Page numbers bottom left.
No charts required to make the pattern.
All abbreviations explained in the list.
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