Moonlit Shawl


It's time to release my brand new pattern, always an exciting day!

I have been a little obsessed with this lovely slender, gently curving, crescent shape just lately.  It strikes me as a most perfect shawl shape as it wraps around beautifully and yet doesn't hang too low, as some of the larger triangle style ones can do.

It makes it a bit more versatile and easy to wear I think and I find myself wanting something that's a little more suitable for a variety of weathers.





There was a lot of trial and error on this one.  I wanted to avoid that straight inside edge that can be a little awkward to style and instead aim for a nice natural, sweeping shape to make it as easy as possible to drape around the neck.  So there was a lot of ripping back and tinkering to get just the nice curvy shape that I wanted but I am so, so pleased with how it turned out in the end.

The other 'big idea' I was going for with this shawl was to have something that could be made out of either 4ply (fingering) or DK weight yarn, but would create the same size finished object.

So this pattern is actually written for two sizes.  One which can be used for 4ply yarn and the other which is intended for DK weight yarn.  I'm pretty chuffed about that too!





So you'll only need one 100g skein of 4ply (fingering) weight yarn for this one, (440 yards or so) and probably two skeins of DK weight (about 490 yards).  

It makes for a fairly quick little project to whip up, which is always nice but I also think it's a lovely pattern for a gift make too.  It's one of those few patterns which I could make again and again.  
(Just as well as I've been doing exactly that!) 

Well, let's get onto the pattern details for you.  
All the info you need will be on the pattern pages which I'll link below:



4ply/fingering weight
Shown in Betsy Makes Little Smile (Dirty Denim)


Dk weight
Shown in Stylecraft Yarns Sundae DK (Coconut Ice)



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by
Sandra Paul

The shawl is crescent shaped with an applied border and the pattern is written in my usual clear style. 
 I've included helpful information for keep track of the stitch count and a guide for adapting the size.

It includes a crochet chart and is also be available in both UK and US crochet terms.

To find out more details and check the price where you are, click the link below:

Moonlit Shawl Pattern

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Comments

  1. I simply love the blue version, Sandra. Such a nice name too: Moonlit Shawl.
    Can you suggest an appropriate cotton, or cotton mix, yarn for making this?
    I feel it would be a lovely summer drapey shawl to wear on cooler evenings (if they ever happen)!

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  2. What a brilliant idea to write for two sizes of yarn! A lovely pattern.

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  3. It's so beautiful! I love curved shawls as well, it's my plan to try one just as soon as I finish my virus shawl

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  4. I love the colors you used in your shawl! Those blues are just so gorgeous and it looks incredibly comfy and squishy and lovely :) Very well done!

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  5. Sandra! I Love your podcast! You är so nice and have so many fine crafty projekt! You inspirer me. Wishes from Sweden and Ann-Charlotte!

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  6. I'd love to see what the shawl looks like on a person, any photos? It's so pretty, I want to make it but would love to see it on someone first. I have it in my Ravelry cart :-)

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