Chinese Dragon Shawl

Learn filet crochet with this dragon-motif shawl!
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Description
Thread and filet crochet combine to create a fantastical dragon shawl. Bead crochet stitches edge the length of this crochet lace shawl.

SKU: EP7176

Author/Speaker/Editor: Kathryn (AZ) White

Format: Pattern

Details
Finished Size: 70" wide, 22" long.
Yarn: Nazli Gelin Garden size 10 (100% mercerized cotton; 306 yd [280 m]/1¾ oz [50 g]): #06 ruby, 5 balls. Thread distributed by Universal Yarns.
Yarn Weight: #0 - Lace
Needles: 4 (2 mm) steel hook. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
Notions: Large-eye beading needle for stringing beads; 150 g size 6° seed beads.
Gauge: 13 blocks and 15 rows = 4" before blocking.
Originally Published: Interweave Crochet Fall 2012

SKU: EP7176

Author/Speaker/Editor: Kathryn (AZ) White

Format: Pattern

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Customer Reviews

Instructions could've been clearer... Review by JoAnna
Rating

Shawl is beautiful but this is not for the faint-hearted. Not relaxing at all....wouldn't purchase it again.

(Posted on 8/11/2014)

(Posted on 8/11/2014)

Wow! Everyone loves this shawl! Review by Tovia
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I'm working on the sixth (or maybe seventh) of this pattern...in fact, I've almost worn out the paper copy, and had to come and get a digital copy...I made two for Christmas gifts...and one for myself...I found filet easy to do (I never crocheted before last July!)...but maybe because I do counted cross stitch, following a chart comes easy. Katheryn assumes you KNOW the basic stitches, and the basics of Filet, so she doesn't waste space explaining them...(both are easy to find on the Internet and YouTube...the author used nazli gelin thread, which it love...but I also used other thread selections and was quite happy with the result. I highly recommend this pattern, and anything Kathryn Smith designs!

(Posted on 3/14/2014)

(Posted on 3/14/2014)

Perfect Special Gift Review by Ruth

I worked up this shawl and it is beautiful. Make sure you understand basic filet crochet stitches as these were not given clearly in the pattern.

(Posted on 6/24/2013)

(Posted on 6/24/2013)