Many of you loved the Delightfully Southern Shawl, and now I hope you’ll love it even more because there’s a stitch diagram included! For all of my visual learners out there, I hope this will give you the push you needed to try the project!
For those of you wanting the written instructions, you can click HERE.
Delightfully Southern Shawl
1. Caron Cakes, #4 Worsted Weight, 200 grams/383 yards, 80% acrylic, 20% wool, 2 Cakes/Colorway: Buttercream
2. Hook Size: H/5.0mm
3. Tapestry Needle
Gauge: 13 dc sts and 9 rows = 4″
Finished Measurement: 46” x 14″ (The pattern takes on a crescent shape)
bpdc – back post double crochet
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
fpdc – front post double crochet
sc – single crochet
st – stitch
- Ch 2 is not considered the first st in the row.
- Ch 1 is not considered the first st in the row.
- Ch 4 is considered the first dc and ch 1 in the row.
- Ch 5 is considered the first dc and ch 2 in the row.
- Add one sc stitch in Row 26, preferably in the middle of the row.
- The first Caron Cake was pulled from the center. When I started the second Caron Cake, it worked out better for me to start from the outer end and work that way than pulling from the center because the yarn “matched” up to that sequence better. You don’t necessarily have to do that because it may work out nicely for you to pull both cakes from the center. I just at least wanted to let you know that’s how mine worked out.
V-st: (double crochet, ch 1, double crochet) in specified stitch.
Don’t forget….the written instructions can be found HERE!
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