- Written pattern
- Instructions in English
- US Imperial and metric measurements
- Suitable for the advanced beginner
- Links to tutorials by the designer for techniques used
- Worked flat back and forth.
- Gauge is not critical in this design. For the sample shawl: 10 sts and 5.3 rows = 10 cm / 4 inches in dc after wet blocking.
- Digital PDF has 3 pages (A4 size).
This wedge shawl has a distinct asymmetrical shape, setting it apart from more traditional crochet shawls. Make a fast, large and cozy shawl in an aran weight yarn as described here, or make it a scarf in a fingering weight yarn. Because this shawl is worked in a single piece from the tip up, it can easily be made in any size you want.
This pattern is written in American English crochet terminology.
Size and finished measurements: A wingspan of 193 cm (76 inches) measured along the longest edge and a depth of 105 cm (41 inches), measured after blocking.
Difficulty level: Techniques used consist of fdc, ch, sc and dc stitches. Because of this, the pattern is suitable for the advanced beginner.