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Today I have the Plume Shawl crochet pattern to share with you all. This design is worked easily, using only a few simple crochet stitches. You wouldn’t guess this pattern would be so simple with how gorgeous the end result turns out!
Using two different colors this shawl becomes both elegant and versatile. I love wearing it this winter, it’s not bulky but is still warm!
The yarn used for this design was hand dyed by a good friend of mine; Tracy from Sassy Strings Yarn Studio! Tracy recently added some AMAZING new color ways that I am dying to try out! Head on over to her shop and use that discount code to get your hands on these gorgeous colors for your Plume Shawl!
After wet blocking and lying flat:
Ch - Chain
DC - Double Crochet
SK - Skip
- 4.25mm Crochet Hook
- 430 yards Fingering Weight Yarn
- Main Color - 298 yards Pebbles from Sassy Strings Yarn Studio
- Accent Color - 132 yards Old Jeans from Sassy Strings Yarn Studio
- Yarn Needle
In double crochet using 4.25 Crochet hook and fingering weight yarn
16 Stitches = 4”
10 Rows = 4”
Pattern is worked from centre top out.
Size is easily adjustable by adding or taking away rows from the pattern repeat.
Color A - Main Color
Color B - Accent Color
Ch3 counts as a double crochet
R1 - Working into first chain, 4DC (5)
R2 - Ch3, Turn, 2DC in same stitch, DC, (DC, Ch2, DC) into next stitch, DC, 3DC into last stitch (10)
R3 - Ch3, Turn, 2DC in same stitch, DC into each space up to chain two space, (DC, Ch2, DC) into chain space, DC until 1 stitch remain, 3DC into last stitch (16)
Repeat Row 3 for a total of 10 rows (58)
R11- R13 - Ch3, Turn, 2DC into same space, *Ch1, SK1, DC, Repeat from * up to chain two space, (DC, Ch2, DC) into chain space, DC into next stitch *Ch1, SK1, DC, repeat from * until one stitch remains, 3DC into last stitch (76)
R14 - Ch3, Turn, 2DC into same stitch, DC into each stitch and chain space up to chain two space, (DC, Ch2, DC) into chain space, DC into each stitch and chain space until 1 stitch remains, 3DC into last stitch (82)
R15-R18- Ch3, Turn, 2DC in same stitch, DC into each space up to chain two space, (DC, Ch2, DC) into chain space, DC until 1 stitch remain, 3DC into last stitch (106)
R19- R21 - Ch3, Turn, 2DC into same space, *Ch1, SK1, DC, Repeat from * up to chain two space, (DC, Ch2, DC) into chain space, DC into next stitch, *Ch1, SK1, DC, repeat from * until one stitch remains, 3DC into last stitch (124)
R22 - Ch3, Turn, 2DC into same stitch, DC into each stitch and chain space up to chain two space, (DC, Ch2, DC) into chain space, DC into each stitch and chain space until 1 stitch remains, 3DC into last stitch (130)
R23-R26- Ch3, Turn, 2DC in same stitch, DC into each space up to chain two space, (DC, Ch2, DC) into chain space, DC until 1 stitch remain, 3DC into last stitch (154)
Repeat Rows 19-26 for a total of 42 Rows
R43- Ch3, Turn, 2DC in same stitch, DC into each space up to chain two space, (DC, Ch2, DC) into chain space, DC until 1 stitch remain, 3DC into last stitch (248)
Fasten Off, Weave in all ends.
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