Honey Drip shawl - Asymmetrical crescent shawl crochet pattern for women
About the pattern
In this shawl, the elegant honeycomb pattern is used to create a crescent shape in an asymmetrical construction. Since the fabric is thick and cozy, it’s perfect for winter and for wearing as a shawl or as a triangle scarf.
The shawl is worked on the bias from one point and grows until you are satisfied with the size, longer and wider for a comfier shawl, shorter and lighter for a shawlette.
In a precious yarn, it’s perfect for a special occasion, as it can be worn around the shoulders, pinned with a brooch, with the ends left to coil up into pretty swirls.
Intermediate - it includes working around stitch posts, making cluster stitches and increases.
If you use the recommended yarn, your shawl will measure about 140-155 cm or 55-61” across the top edge and 55 cm or 21.5” in depth.
- Yarn: about 750 meters or 350 grams of yarn of your preference in DK or size 3 weight at 220-240 meters per 100 grams;
- Hook - regular crochet hook 4.5 mm or 5 mm, depending on your tension and chosen yarn;
- Tapestry needle, scissors, tape measure, optional stitch markers, tools for blocking (either steam or blocking mats and pins).
- Sample made in 1 cake of Pook Yarns DK Yak Silk Merino (350 grams, 740 meters).
Video tutorials are available to show you how to make the gauge swatch, which includes all the special stitches used in this pattern, plus stitch placement for clusters.
The easy read version respects the following requirements:
24 point Arial font; 26 and 28 point and bold for headings;
Black text, white background;
Left justified, 1 inch margins;
Page numbers bottom left;
No charts required to make the pattern;
All abbreviations explained in the list.