The season-spanning Rosemorran Shawl starts at one tip and grows in ever-increasing rows, creating a boomerang-shaped fabric that drapes beautifully. The granny-style stitch pattern is easy to memorize and even easier to stitch.
It’s a lightweight, silky delight! The curved edge hugs your shoulders, while the tips of the shawl curl seductively. Style it any way you like-tie it in back and allow it to drape gracefully in front, or wrap it around your shoulders for a touch of warmth.
The simple stitch pattern is easy to memorize so you don’t have to refer to the pattern on every row. A simple beaded edging along two sides completes the look and enhances the drape.
The shawl takes a single skein of lace-weight yarn. You’ll need about 750 yards [686 meters] for the project.
I used Juniper Moon Farm Findley Dappled (50% wool, 50% silk, 3.5 oz [100 g], 798 yd [730 m]), 1 ball #120 lime/pink/blue. This yarn may be hard to find, but you can easily substitute any lace-weight yarn for a similar gauge and fabric.
The Rosemorran Shawl Pattern
The pattern uses American crochet terminology. It includes both written and charted instructions.
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