This listing is for a print copy of Doris Shawl pattern from The Crochet Project. All of our patterns are written in English using standard UK crochet terminology.
his shawl uses fan motifs to create its wide, narrow shape and open drape. It’s worked in my favourite colour combo of blues, greys and chartruse, to reflect the moody, rainy summer that it was made in.
Materials 1 50g skein Quince and Co. Tern (4ply, 75% wool, 25% silk, 202m/221y) each in: Col A - Petrol, Col B - Beach Glass, Col C - Kelp, Col D - Stonington 5mm (H/8) crochet hook
Tension Each motif measures 15cm/6in x 30cm/12in using 5mm hook (or size needed to achieve tension)
Difficulty Rating Easy
Skills Needed Basic crochet stitches, working in rows, increasing, joining motifs on.
Construction Starts at the bottom with 3 adjoining motifs and then builds up in rows from there. The motifs are joined as you go, with outer edges using foundation stitches where there is no motif to work into. Please use the schematic below for colour and motif placement.
V pretty pattern, looking forward to making. Exactly as described.