Rustic gets refined. This shawl enjoys contradictions: strong geometric shape contrasts the natural material, the natural material from hardy ancient breeds is spun to form a fine lace.
Started from the bottom point, each row is increased at each end to form a triangle. Deceptively simple, if you can make a corner to corner (C2C) blanket you can make this stunning shawl.
Finished wingspan: 142cm/56in
Finished depth: 60cm/24in
Size is easily adjusted by working more or fewer rows. Altering the size alters the yarn required.
2 50g balls Blacker Yarns St Kilda (laceweight, 100% wool a blend
of Boreray, Soay and Shetland, 405m/440yds/50g)
3mm (US C or D) hook
7 blocks and 7 rows in pattern to 10cm/4in using 3mm hook (or size needed to achieve tension)
Basic crochet stitches, working in rows, working into chain spaces.
Started at centre bottom, each row is increased at each end to form a triangle, stitches are worked on the bias in the same manner as corner to corner (C2C)
Also available in our book Raw.
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