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Every four years February has an extra day, and children born on this day are called “Leaplings”. In celebration of an extra day this February, I cast on this sweet crescent shawl. Knit up in meditative and squishy garter rows and broken up with ribbons of lace, this shawl is the perfect pattern with any outfit you might wear this spring.
This shawl was originally an inspiration by my mom, and I’m honored to be able to share this beautiful pattern with you.

This pattern is written with different yarn weight and size options.

Sample shown large: 1260yds (1,152m) fingering weight yarn
Malabrigo Mechita (100% superwash merino), 420yds (385m)/100g in “880/Hojas”; 3 hanks
small: 840yds (768m) of fingering weight yarn
lace: 880yds (805m) of lace weight yarn
Needles Fingering yarn: US 4 (3.5mm) 60” (153cm) circular needle for large size;
40” (102cm) circular needle for small size (or needle size required to obtain gauge)
Needles Lace yarn: US 3 [3.25mm] needle
Crochet hook or waste yarn for provisional cast on
Darning needle

24 sts & 28 rows = 4” (10cm) in garter stitch
Gauge is not critical, but will affect size and yarn amounts needed.

Sample (large): 100” (254 cm) long x 18” (48 cm) deep
Med approx. 74” (188 cm) long x 18” (46 cm) deep
Small approx: 65" (165 cm) long x 17" (43 cm) deep

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 are: English, German and Low Vision
You will get the following files:
  • PDF (5MB)
  • PDF (2MB)
  • PDF (669KB)

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