Dahlia Shawl

A beautiful and light wrap.
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SKU# EP3740

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After establishing the first ten rows of this pattern, you can take this project with its four-row repeat to waiting rooms and ball games - it's that easy. But once you get to that fabulous border, you'll want to spend some quality time with the chart on page 24. The alpaca, silk, and cashmere blend of the hand-dyed Manos del Uruguay Lace gives this shawl an ethereal beauty that is a joy to wear.
Details
Finished Size: 70" wide and 35" tall.
Gauge: Rows 1-5 = about 41/4" wide (from corner to corner), 2" tall (from marked middle straight down to Row 1), 3" along side of triangle (from middle point to corner), unblocked.
Needles: Size G/6 (4.25 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
Notions: Yarn needle; st marker (m).
Yarn: Manos del Uruguay Lace (70% baby alpaca, 25% silk, 5% cashmere; 439 yd [401 m]/13/4 oz [50 g]; ): L2103 rosetta pink, 3 hanks. Yarn distributed by Fairmount Fibers.
Yarn Weight: #0 - Lace
Originally Published: Interweave Crochet, Spring 2011

SKU: EP3740

Author/Speaker/Editor: Lisa Naskrent

Format: eProject

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Customer Reviews

crochet shawl pattern Review by Bonnie
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I usually knit, but this pattern caught my eye. Lovely shawl, easily understood instructions. Works up beautifully in other weight yarns. I used a lace weight yarn and it is just lovely, soft and drapes beautifully. For someone like me who started out as a crochet only person and now rarely crochets, this pattern was a nice step back to my beginnings.....and a beautiful one too!

(Posted on 1/9/14)

dahlia shawl Review by heather kilgore

i made this for my mother and it was such a pleasure to crochet. the pattern was simple enough to do and yet interesting enough to keep my attention. i worked it in knitpicks gloss which is a merino/silk blend and the weight and drape were perfect. this is a nice light spring/fall pattern for a day with just a bit of coolness. the border was my favorite part of this project, i was afraid it would be a bit much for me to tackle, but it was not and came out exquisite!

(Posted on 11/17/11)