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This pattern is a downloadable PDF file.
I find I get the most use out of wardrobe pieces that can be worn in a variety of ways. This lacy, oversized, linen and cotton rectangle can be worn as a simple shawl, or you can slip your arms through the slits and arrange it in several different looks. Short rows of single crochet stitches create the staggered floating blocks. Its natural, neutral color adds to its versatility, but you could also make a bold color choice with more wildly colored yarns. And one size truly does fit all!
-Mary Beth Temple, designer
Skill Level: Easy
Finished Size: 30” x 80” after blocking
Yarn: 1008 yards DK weight 50% linen/50% cotton yarn
(Model crocheted in Universal Yarn Linen Tweed.)
Hook: US I/9 (5.50mm)
Approximately 1 full repeat = 3.5”.
5 rows = 4” in pattern stitch; rows measured at shells.
Gauge not critical in this pattern.