This pattern is a downloadable PDF file.
Gathering Leaves shawl is crocheted from the top down and starts with an easy leaf motif that repeats every 10 rows. You may use more or less yardage to produce a larger or smaller shawl by simply increasing or reducing the repeat of the smaller leaves pattern. This shawl can be worked in many different weights of yarn by changing hook size. As usual, this pattern comes with written instructions and charts.
-Lily Go, designer
Skill Level: Intermediate
Lace weight - 58" across top edge, 28" long from centre top to point (work from row 1 to the last row).
Fingering weight - 72" across top edge, 37" long from centre top to point (skip row 20 - 39).
Yarn: approx. 1500 yards lace weight or 1200 yards fingering weight yarn
(Model shawl crocheted in The Plucky Knitter Sock.)
Hook: US E (3.5mm) for lace weight yarn, US G (4.5mm) for fingering weight yarn
Other Materials: removable stitch markers
Lace weight - First 10 rows = 11" across top edge, 5.5" long from center top to point (after blocking).
Fingering weight - First 10 rows = 15" across top edge, 7.5" long from center top to point (after blocking).