Napa Valley Shawl
A slightly asymmetrical triangle crochet shawl pattern
Asymmetrical Shawls are HOT right now. I love playing with the angles and shapes to create something a little off the center of normal. This shawl is just slightly asymmetrical which allows you to wrap one side around your neck and still keep the center point in the center, without creating an unbalanced shape when worn.
The Napa Valley Shawl is a crochet shawl pattern that is perfect for dressing up a simple outfit, or for adding to an already dressed up look. Perfect for those cool crisp nights. One winter hits you can use it as a neck warmer, over a sweater or under your coat.
I can just picture myself going on wine tastings with my husband and wearing this beautiful shawl over my shoulders to keep me warm. I hope you enjoy this crochet shawl pattern.
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72” across the top, 28” from center top to center point, 45” from top left to center point and 50” from top right to center point. See schematic. After blocking.
12 sts and 6 rows= 4”
9sts and 6 rows= 4”
ch(s) – chain(s), sc – single crochet, hdc – half double crochet, dc – double crochet, tr – treble crochet, st(s) – stitch(es), RS – right side,
Picot- Ch 3, sl st in the 3rd ch from hook (this is the first ch you made), this completes one picot
- Ch 3 counts as first dc, last st of each row will be placed in the ch-3 from the previous row
- Ch 1 does not count as first sc
- First st of each row begins in the first dc, this is the same st as the ch-3
- Some rows end with tr instead of dc
- Stitch counts are included in <> brackets at the end of each row
- This shawl is made using Superwash Merino Wool, which is a natural animal fiber that expands when it is blocked. If you are using a synthetic fiber such as acrylic, you will have different dimensions. I recommend using a larger hook to achieve the open, lace look, and desired dimensions.
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