Owl's Clover crochet shawl
“Owl’s Clover” is a species of plant in the same family as Indian Paintbrush (my favorite wildflower), commonly found in the desert areas of California, Arizona and New Mexico.
Craving a crochet shawl with some texture and repetition I cast on, letting the pattern flow and grow. Adding an elegant edging with 2 different options which can be repeated as often as one chooses. Finishing with a picot edge to match the outside turning edge.
Main Color: 400yds (365 m)/100g of fingering weight yarn; shown in Marianated Scrumptious HT (80% superwash merino/10% cashmere/10% nylon) The forest through the trees
Contrasting Color: For 3 edge rows: 170yds (155 m) 45g; shown in solstice Midsommar Sock (75% superwash merino/15% cashmere/10% silk) Wild Iris
Size can be adapted by adding repeats of the edging. More CC will be needed.
Pattern has been updated, reformatted and corrected, with optional notes for a larger shawl given.
Low Vision Accessibilty: Written in 23pt and 25 pt sans serif font in all black text. It has no italics. All of the directions are fully written out.
Pattern files: English and Low Vision.
Last 2 photos credit to KnotionsMagazine.