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Midsummer's Night Shawl

A Malabrigo lace shawl.
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Description

With its dreamy diaphanous structure, this shawl is like looking at the summer sky through leafy treetops. Worked in Malabrigo lace, this shawl features treble clusters grouped together like petals throughout the body and lacy peaks punctuating the rich border. Crocheted in a four-row repeat that’s easy to master, this dream could be yours.

SKU: EP2425

Author/Speaker/Editor: Lisa Naskrent

Format: eProject

Details
Finished Size About 70" wide and 35" tall.
Yarn Malabrigo Lace (100% baby merino; 470 yd [430 m]/1¾ oz [50 g]; ): #98 tuareg,
3 hanks.
Yarn Weight #0 - Lace
Hook 
Size G/6 (4.25 mm). Adjust hook size
if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
Notions Yarn needle; 4 stitch markers (m);
scraps of yarn.
Gauge Before blocking, smooth out Rows 1–5 and measure with yarn relaxed naturally: 6¾ " from corner to corner; 4" tall from center ring of Row 1 to center tip of
Row 5. Gauge is not critical.
Originally Published Interweave Crochet Summer 2010

SKU: EP2425

Author/Speaker/Editor: Lisa Naskrent

Format: eProject

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Customer Reviews

Just an FYI to Hannah Review by Jane
Rating

The instructions call for three hanks of yarn with 470 yards in each hank - that might be why it needs more than you thought! :-) It will be lovely when you're finished!

(Posted on 5/2/2014)

(Posted on 5/2/2014)

Lovely, light shawl, but requires at least twice as much yarn as the pattern calls for. Review by Hannah
Rating

This is a lovely, light (but warmer than it looks) shawl. The pattern charts are relatively easy to follow, but it calls for 470 yards of lace weight yarn. Thus far, I am only half done, and I've used nearly 700 yards. BUY LOTS OF EXTRA YARN!

(Posted on 3/12/2014)

(Posted on 3/12/2014)

Beautiful Shawl - takes a LONG time to make Review by NULL NULL

I am very experienced with crochet, and this was a challenging, but fun, project. While working with the pattern, I discovered that there was one section that requires you to divide the number of stitches in your row into groups of seven or eight, and three. It was complicated enough that I had to work with the numbers for about 30 minutes before I figured it out. This pattern really requires a lot of patience and determination, but if you have those qualities, the result is worth the effort.

(Posted on 9/2/2011)

(Posted on 9/2/2011)