The End of the Box Shawl
Avoid the bickering over the last of the festive chocolates, take yourself away for some much needed me time with your favourite jewel shade yarn, hook and an absorbing pattern. The elegant lace is a four row repeat which, once mastered you can chat and make.
This shawl is designed to make the very most of a short skein of 4ply/fingering yarn and has a very discrete Christmas tree motif but the lacy design lends itself well to spring or summer wear.
The shawl can be made larger or smaller by working more or fewer pattern repeats. This will alter the amount of yarn required.
1x 100g skein Sparkleduck Solo (4ply weight, 100% superwash merino singles, 366m/100g) in Who needs chocolate*
4mm (US G) hook
1 removable stitch marker
*Sadly this yarn is no longer available but this pattern suits any fingering weight yarn, for the same effect choose a merino singles yarn in a semi-solid bright jewel shade.
2 pattern repeats and 13 rows in htr only to 13cm/5in after firm blocking using 4mm hook (or size needed to achieve tension)
Intermediate (Much easier for chart followers than pattern readers!)
Basic crochet stitches, working in rows, picots.
Triangular shawl worked in rows from the centre neckline outwards, increasing in pattern on neck edge and around central spine.
This pattern is charted and written using standard UK crochet terminology (with US conversions given in the abbreviations)
All of our patterns are sized from XS to 5X. We also include guidance within our patterns for altering to fit different body shapes. And if that's not enough, check out our free guide to making garments that fit.Download Our Free Guide →
Charted & Written Patterns
We included charts and written instructions in all our patterns. Unsure about reading a chart? No worries. Check out our guide.How to Read Crochet Chart →
Help When You Need It
We have a bustling Facebook Group that is full of folks who have made our patterns (sometimes many times over!!) and are always willing to help get you going when you are stuck!Join Our Facebook Group →