Coral Reef Shawl
By Gracie Bush
The Coral Reef Shawl was designed for the competition “2016 Spring, Future Faces of Crochet”. It won the Fan’s Choice Award for the age group 11 – 16. I saw the Adriafil, Kimera, Egyptian cotton at my LYS and I knew that I had to make something out of it as the texture was wonderful. Kimera is a fancy cotton yarn that has a charismatic sequence of colors and shades; in contrast, that boost an original self-patterning design.
Yarn: Adriafil Kimera, 100% Egyptian Mercerized Cotton (5 ply, sport weight),mt 135, 147 yds, 50 g, color 020-001 (Tundra Fancy), 4 balls
Hook: G (4.00 mm)
Laying flat 13 inches wide and 60 inches long
Not important for this project
Ch/chs = chain/chains
Sc = single crochet
Sl st = slip stitch
Sp/sps = space/spaces
St/sts = stitch/stitches
Picot Stitch ~ In designated stitch work (2 sc, ch 2, 2 sc)
Shawl is work across the width until desired length
Ch 2 counts as first hdc on row 3’s
Row 4’s only has 1 hdc at beginning
Picots and half double crochets should line up in with same st of previous row
Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across ch 6 turn (70 sc)
Row 2: * sk 6 sc, picot in 7th st, ch 7, sk 6, 2 hdc in next st *, repeat from * to * across, ending with hdc in last st, ch 6 turn (5 picot sts, 11 hdcs, 1 ch 6 sp, 9 ch 7 sps)
Row 3: * picot in ch 2 sp of 1st picot, ch 6, hdc in each hdc* , repeat from * to * across ending with hdc in each hdc, ch 2, turn (5 picot sts, 11 hdc, 10 ch 6 sps)
Row 4: hdc in next hdc, * ch 6, picot in ch 2 sp of picot, ch 6, hdc in each hdc * repeat from * to * across ending with hdc in last st, ch 6 turn (5 picot sts, 11 hdc, 10 ch 6 sps)
Rows 5 – 173: Repeat Rows 3 and 4 ending with row 4 or until desired length
Fasten off and weave in ends
Happy Hooking and Enjoy!
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