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#40 Simple Crochet Shawl PDF Crochet Pattern

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Here is a wonderfully versatile crochet shawl pattern. Based on a simple combination of double crochets and chain-1 spaces worked using a big crochet hook, it can be made using most any kind of yarn. Here, it is shown in a whisper soft kid mohair yarn in two shades of lilac for a truly elegant result. The kid mohair is so light and airy, the shawl can be worn as a very pretty neck warmer, as well as a delicate shawl.

This pattern would be equally stunning in a fancy ribbon yarn or a hand-painted wool or silk blend yarn. The possibilities are endless. It also works up quickly on the big size hook. A great crochet pattern for beginners looking to make something stunning!

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Finished Crocheted Measurements:One size for all adults; 28" length.

Skill Level: beginner-85.jpg

Yarn Used: GGH Soft-Kid (70% Super Kid Mohair/25% Nylon/5% Wool; 875oz/25g [151yds/138m] per ball): 2 balls in Purple #32 (Color A) and 2 balls in Lilac #13 (Color B)

Pattern Gauge: Approximately 4 - (1 dc, ch 1) sets = 3" and 5 rows = 4" in dc stitch pattern on Size M/13 [9mm] crochet hook.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information:
A medium/worsted weight yarn with a gauge of 18 stitches = 4" on US size 4 to 6 needles.

Total Yardage Required:
Approximately 302yds [276m] EACH of Color A and Color B required..

Some suggested yarn substitutes to try:
If you have a yarn substitute to suggest for this project, email us!

Crochet Hook Used: Size M/13 [9mm] crochet hook.

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  1. Nice quick project

    Posted by Mary Shade on 16th Sep 2015

    I made this shawl for a trip to Alaska recently and finished it on the way. It was quick simple and just the right size. I used a bulky wool blend so it was very soft and warm to wear while sitting out on the balcony of our cruise ship. I did not add the fringe but added a border by simply continuing the pattern as instructed in the body of the shawl.