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Valley Yarns 456 Sumac Berry Shawl

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Stunning fans of bobbles and picots give this crocheted shawl a flamenco flair. The beveled edges, length and width make it wearable as a scarf or a shawl.

Finished Measurements: 76" long x 9" wide

Yarn: 1 hank Valley Yarns 2/14 Alpaca Silk Hand Dyed (80% Alpaca/20% Silk, 865yds) color Red Riding Hood - approx 650 yards used

Hook: US E/4 (3.50mm)

Gauge: 7 ch4 spaces and 14 mesh rows = 4" when blocked; Bobble Fan = 3" high x 3" at the widest point when blocked

Pattern updated 1/28/2014. View errata here.

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4.0

Very pretty!

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      Comments about Hook: US E/4 (3.50mm) 456 Sumac Berry Shawl:

      I chose this as an easy project to bring along on vacation. The directions were easy to understand and the pattern was quite easy to work. I made a few errors in the border, which were easy to fix, and ended up with a very pretty little shawl.

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        • Instructions incomplete
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          Comments about Hook: US E/4 (3.50mm) 456 Sumac Berry Shawl:

          This shawl is edged with a picot stitch. While I consider myself an intermediate crocheter, I have not used this stitch often. The stitch was not described in the pattern, so I had to look it up.

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