Lacy arches and structured blocks. This lovely shawl sure is an eye catcher. Plus it looks more difficult than it is! Impress your non crochet friends by whipping up one of these beauties!
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You can use any worsted weight yarn you like for this pattern. You’ll need about 1700 yards of it. I used 3.5 ( three and a half) skeins of this Red Heart Super Saver Ombre for the shawl I filmed. (YouTube channel) tutorial now available! The off white shawl I used a red heart super saver in the color Aran.
If you would like to try a lighter yarn and smaller hook you”ll just need more yardage and do the repeats more too.
My shawl measures about 93 inches across the straight edge and 49 inches from the center to the point. I found this size to be just right and so cozy. You can of corse continue with the repeats and make the shawl any size your want.
I could see this shawl in so many colors! Feel free to tag me on Instagram if you make this shawl.
Also make surety check out the blanket version of this pattern HERE.
I wan to say a big Thank you to my crochet testers on this pattern. It wouldn’t be the same without your time and considerations. Thank you CrochetTodayCo. Thank you BeccasBusyFingers Thank you Jessie Lacy Wood.
The pattern is 9 pages and includes some extra photo details. I have listed it as an intermediate pattern. Remember if you have any questions I am happy to help as soon as I can.
Have fun crocheting this shawl and make sure to also check out the blanket!
All the best,