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Vintage Linen Shawl

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Vintage Linen Shawl ~

Free Crochet Pattern

This Vintage Linen Shawl is a great way to look stylish and keep the chill away on those cool mornings or evenings out. Make several to coordinate with your wardrobe. The Vintage Linen Shawl would make a great gift or an item to add to your charity donations. Enjoy! Shawl sizes range from toddler to small adult.

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I love how light weight this yarn is and how well it holds the design and shape. Be sure to share this Vintage Linen Shawl with your friends and fellow Crafters. Enjoy!

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Level of Difficulty – Beginner

Yarn – Loops & Thread Woolike, #1, 3.5 ozs/678 yds/100 g/620 m, color Ivory, For the Teen/ Small Adult model approximately 700 yards was used

Hook and Notions – Size Hook: F/5 (3.75 mm)

Blunt yarn needle (optional for weaving in ends), and Scissors

Measurement – laying flat

Teen/Small Adult Model width 54 inches X 27 inches top to point (58 blocks across the top)

Child Medium 25 inches top to point (47 blocks across the top)

Child Small 21 inches top to point (40 blocks across the top)

Toddler 18 inches top to point (34 blocks across the top)

Gauge –  6 blocks (patterns) and 7 rows = 4 inches

Abbreviations

Ch/chs = chain/chains

Dc = double crochet

Sc = single crochet

Sl st = slip stitch

Sp = space

Special Stitches

Border Lazy Shell – work chain 3 and 3 dc in indicated stitch or space

Notes – The C2C shawl is unique as it is worked from corner to corner and can be made any size.  You start off with 1 block and add 1 block per row until you have the width and length you want and then start working your border.  The 1st block you make is the center point

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Shawl Instructions

Chain 6

Row 1: Dc in the 4th chain from the hook
and in the next 2 chains. Turn (1 block made)

Row 2:  Chain 6, dc in the 4th chain from the hook
and in the next 2 chains,
work (ch 3, 3 dc) in the chain-3 space of the previous row. Turn (2 blocks made)

Row 3: Chain 6, dc in the 4th chain from the hook an
in the next 2 chains, work (ch 3, 3 dc) in next chain-3 space of the previous row,
repeat twice. Turn (3 blocks made)

Row 4: Chain 6, dc in the 4th chain from the hook and
in the next 2 chains, work (ch 3, 3 dc) in next chain-3 space of the previous row,
repeat 3 times. Turn (4 blocks made)

Continue working in this manner, increasing 1 block on each row until desired length and width is reached.  DONOT make a new block on the last row.  DO NOT FASTEN OFF, turn and working down the sides of the shawl work the Border.

Border: Working between the blocks down the side, Chain 3
and work 3 dc in top of last dc of last block,
sc in next space between blocks,
* work lazy shell in same stitch as sc, sc in next space between blocks, *
repeat from * to * to the center point,
sc in the top of chain 3 of the point block,
turn working up other side repeat from * to * to end,
sc in top of chain 3 of last block.

Fasten off and weave in ends

Happy Hookin!
XO, Mistie

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