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Crochet Pattern: Eastvale Shawl

    Welcome Fall with a shawl! Immerse yourself in the beautiful geometry of a modified crescent shape in this easy-to-follow Eastvale Shawl crochet pattern. Basic stitches worked in intriguing combinations yield a winsome shawl just right for warding off the evening chill in Yorkshire or wherever you may be.

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    Eastvale Shawl - Brown and orange  striped shawl on dress form

    Where does the name Eastvale Shawl come from? Like many of my crochet shawls, it’s named for a fictional location found in a mystery series. In this case, Eastvale is the stomping grounds of DCI Alan Banks, the brainchild of author Peter Robinson.

    Eastvale Shawl Crescent shaped shawl held aloft

    The Yarn

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    Make the Eastvale Shawl your own with boundless combinations of solid and tonal sport weight yarns.

    The yarn used in the sample shown is Stunning String Super Sport (100% superwash merino, 3.5 oz [100 g], 325 yd [297 m]), 2 skeins of color Coffee Beans (Main Color) and 1 skein of color Fireball (Contrasting Color).

    skein of orange yarn from Stunning String Studio

    You can purchase a yarn kit for this project from Stunning String, using your choice of yarn colors to make it your own.

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    Eastvale Shawl-crescent shaped shawl flat lay on grass

    The Pattern

    The pdf pattern includes instructions as both text and a chart. It is written using American crochet terminology. Once you grasp the pattern stitch, it’s easy to follow without referring to the instructions.

    The pattern has been professionally tech-edited and has been crocheted by several testers. A video tutorial on How to Crochet One-Row Stripes even helps you create those accent stripes without cutting the yarn!

    The pattern is available as a download on this website (through, on Ravelry and on LoveCrafts.

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