This spectacular looking shawl is very easy to make and there are no beginnings and ends to weave in! You simply will work those away in the fringes.
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You can use any kind of yarn with matching hook size.
I used Durable Comfy 100% Micro fiber acrylic (100gr/266m) with hook 4mm. About 650grams in total.
1: Light Purple 269 2: Pastel Lilac 268 3: Orchid 419 4: Light Pink 203 5: Cream 2172 6: Pastel Yellow 308 7: Pearl 279 8: Bright Mint 2136 9: Atlantis 342
My shawl measures: long side 200cm x point 70cm
Abbreviations US terms:
dc double crochet
ldc longdouble crochet
- only work on the right side
- leave long beginnings and ends, about 10cm.
- long dc: this stitch is like a normal dc but inserted 1 row below the previous row, just pull up your loop to the same height as your other dc.
From here repeat row 4 with every time an extra repetition after *.
Repeat until you reached the desired size.
I used 9 colors (see materials above for the color order)
Cut 4 strings of 20cm per fringe and while knotting them through the chains paces on the sides make sure to work away your beginning and ends at the same time.
I matched the colors of the fringes with the colors of every row.
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