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Mother Nature

Inspired by the palette of a Native American painting, the colors used in this shawl were chosen to symbolize different earthly elements: fire, water, earth, and air.
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Inspired by the palette of a Native American painting, the colors used in this shawl were chosen to symbolize different earthly elements: fire, water, earth, and air. The sun and moon are also represented. To make the shawl, I invited several women together for an evening of crocheting motifs. We ate, drank, and crocheted for hours. It was really fun, and we finished all the motifs! This would be an amazing gift for a group of crocheters to collectively give to someone special - a mother, a grandmother, or a close friend.

Details

Finished Size: 30" (76 cm) square.

Yarn: Brown Sheep Company, Lamb's Pride Worsted (85% wool, 15% mohair; 190 yd [174 m]/4 oz [112 g]): M03 gray heather (A); M07 sable (B); M175 bronze patina (C); M181 prairie fire (D); M160 dynamite blue (E); M04 charcoal heather (F); M22 autumn harvest (G); M34 victorian pink (H); M124 persian peacock (I); M08 wild oak (J); M01 sandy heather (K); M05 onyx (L); M47 tahiti teal (M), 1 ball of each color, except 2 balls of onyx (L).

Yarn weight: #4 Medium

Hook: H/8 (5mm) or size needed to obtain gauge.

Notions: Tapestry needle

Gauge: 1 triangle motif = 6" wide at base x 6" tall (15 cm x 15 cm).

Originally Published: Wrapped in Crochet 2008

SKU: EP2439

Author/Speaker/Editor: Kristin Omdahl

Format: eProject