The Clear Skies Shawl is a lovely wrap that can be worn year round. Crocheted in gorgeous lighter weight yarn with basic stitches, this shawl is a simple, yet very satisfying project!
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- 5.0 mm H crochet hook
- 800 yards of fingering weight yarn (I used Uru yarn from KnitCrate in “Bleu Barry”
- Tapestry Needle
- Tape measure
- 11 inches wide
- 54 inches long
Chain 61 (multiple of 4+1).
Row 1: Work 3 dc in the 5th ch from the hook. *Skip 3 chains, then work a sc into the next chain. Chain 3, then work 3 dc into the same chain. Repeat from * across until 4 chains are left. Skip 3 chains, then work a dc into the last chain.
Row 2: Chain 4 and turn. Work 3 dc into the first chain from the turning chain that you just worked. *Work a single crochet into the first ch 3 space from the previous row, chain 3, then work 3 dc into the same space. Repeat from * into each ch 3 space across, then work a sc into the topmost chain of the turning chain at the end of the row.
Repeat row 2 until your shawl is as long as you like. I worked the one shown until it was about 54 inches long.
Weave in any ends that remain and it’s ready to wear!
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