The Flower Stripe Shawl is worked from one point to the opposite side increasing along one edge and decreasing along the other. It features stripes that end in a flower along the decrease edge. Finally, the shawl is finished with a flower border.
Choose one main color and an accent color for the flower stripes or use up yarn scraps with a different color for each flower stripe, each main color section, or both. The shawl pattern works with any weight yarn, from thread to bulky, and can be made any size.
Level: Easy The pattern uses cluster stitches and one decrease stitch, but there is a detailed picture tutorial, for those beginners looking for a challenge.
Size: Adjustable The size will depend on yarn used and can be changed by working more pattern repeats. Three suggested sizes with DK weight yarn:
This is an instant PDF pattern download. The pattern is written in English using US crochet terms. The PDF download includes:
Two pdfs are included: a printer friendly pattern and a longer tutorial.
I made the pictured shawl with CoBaSi DK and an E (3.5 mm) crochet hook. The pattern can be made with any weight yarn and a corresponding hook. It has been tested in yarn weights ranging from lace to bulky.
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