by: Tall Yarns
The challenge was to design an elegant shawl using only one hank of Soliloquy (600 metres) without complicated lace. This shawlette is the result! Light yet warm, long yet not too big, the Crescent Shawlette is a pleasure to knit and wear. The main body is knit using mostly garter stitch with some delicate lace and the border lightens the look and feel of the shawlette with a lace edging.
An extra note: Unlike most shawl patterns, the gauge for this shawlette is important, as it uses an entire hank of Soliloquy. So if your gauge is bigger than the one stated on the pattern, you may run short.
Our first Soliloquy Crochet Pattern! Adapted (with permission) from Amanda Perkins' Angel Scarf, this little project can be made using one 50 gr hank of Soliloquy MerinoSilk or AlpacaBoo. The...
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