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Sunday, August 22, 2010

Gathering Leaves Crocheted Shawl Pattern for Sale



After successfully designing “Garden Path” shawl, I am inspired to design another crocheted shawl. Gathering Leaves shawl is crocheted from the top down and starts with an easy leave motifs that repeats every 10 rows. Then from small leaves the pattern morph seamlessly into bigger leaves and ended with a beautiful tulip motifs. You may use greater or lesser yardage to produce a smaller or larger shawl by simply reduce or increase 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 row-by-row written direction in US crochet term and charts.









Yarn: I used Malabrigo Lace for the red shawl (1500 yards) and Plucky Knitter Sock Yarn for the green one (1200 yards). See here for the red shawl photo.

Hook: 3.5 mm (E) for lace weight yarn, 4.5 mm (G) for fingering weight yarn.

Gauge:
Lace weight: First 10 rows = 11” across top edge, 5.5” long from centre top to point (after blocking)
Fingering weight: First 10 rows = 15” across top edge, 7.5” long from centre top to point (after blocking)

Finished Size:
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 (work row 1 - 19, skip row 20 - 39, directly to row 40 to last row).
You can easily make the shawl bigger by adding the repeat.

Pattern is 14 pages in PDF. Complete with symbols and diagram (like the one you always find in Japanese pattern book) beside the written instruction.
All posts about this projects: click here.
To buy the kit: click here


USD 6.00,-
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Or you can buy the e-book: Shawl Collection to Crochet. Consist of 4 patterns: Garden Path, Gathering Leaves, Cassandra, and Remember Me.


USD 18.00,-

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4 comments:

RosalĂ­a said...

It's a design very pretty! Love it!

kelgell said...

Oh I loved this as soon as I saw it on Ravelry.com! It's so nice. I love leaves. But I'd simply have to do it in green I think. It doesn't quite look as good in other colours.

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Neicee said...

Absolutly stunning!