Moonlit Shawl

Under the light of a silvery moon…
 A simple and elegant shawl in an easy to wear graceful shape.
Choose between a favourite 4ply skein or use warmer DK for a project which whips up in no time.

Pattern Notes
A full written pattern for a crescent shaped shawl which can be worked in DK or 4 ply yarn, (instructions given for both). Also includes stitch abbreviations, blocking guide and stitch counts. 
UK or US Terms
~ Crochet Chart ~

Skill Level
A good ‘improver’ pattern, uses basic stitches only. However some care needs to be taken to work the shawl edges correctly.


Size 1:
DK 2 x Stylecraft Sundae DK (Coconut Ice)
50% Cotton, 50% Acrylic; 246m/269 yards per 100g

Size 2:
4ply/fingering 1 x Betsy Makes Little Smile (Dirty Denim - First photo)
75% SW Merino, 25% Silk; 400m/437 yards per 100g (I used the whole skein.)

Yarn Substitutions
Choose a yarn with a blend of silk, cotton or bamboo for a lovely drape.
Size 1: DK - 450 metres (490 yards)
Size 2: 4ply - 400 metres (440 yards)

Hook | Size 1 (DK yarn): 4.5mm (H),  Size 2 (4 ply yarn): 3.5mm (E)
Materials | Yarn needle,  Stitch markers (optional),  Blocking wires (optional)

Size 28 x 150cm (11 x 60”)
(Two sets of instructions included to create one size shawl in different yarn weights)

Gauge | After blocking, over 10cm (4”): 
 Size 1 - DK yarn: 8.5 rows by 17 sts,  Size 2 - 4 ply yarn: 10 rows by 20 sts

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