Yarn weight: Fingering (14 wpi) ?
Gauge: 21 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches in Blocked double crochet worked flat
Hook size: 3.75 mm (F)
Yardage: 438 yds (401 m) of fingering weight yarn. Sample uses Kim Dyes Yarn Sugarcookies Sock in the "The Last of the Wildflowers" colorway. This yarn is 438 yds (401 m) per 100g hank.
Finished Shawl Dimensions: 36” wingspan x 8” deep (91.5 x 20 cm). Pattern includes instructions to make a larger shawl.
Hot sun; lapping waves; soft sand; seaweed. Seaweed?
This one skein wonder swirls and curls while you crochet it, reminiscent of seaweed washing up on shore and curling around your ankles. But never fear – this kind has sparkles and beautiful colors in it!
The Seaweed Swirl is a cross between a scarf and a shawlette; heck, you could even add a button and wear it as a cowl!
The unique lace structure is both intriguing and eye catching when you wear it, and it plays nicely with both solid and variegated yarns.
If you’ve been looking for a super fast, one skein project - this is it! The entire pattern is only 14 rows, but has stunning results.
The pattern includes two options to expand the size of the shawl which, of course, will require more than one skein of yarn.