Rosepuff Shawlette: One-Skein Luxury

This shawl (500 yds) and shawlette (250 yds) is a wide, shallow, self-edged triangle that is started in one corner. Simple shaping at the back neck makes it cling to the shoulders.
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  • Item #: 2L-N61617V
  • Manufacturer: Vashti Braha

-: Pattern is 20% off while I get a video tutorial made for it. Enjoy! :-
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This shawl (500 yds) and shawlette (250 yds) is a wide, shallow, self-edged triangle that is started in one corner. Simple shaping at the back neck makes it cling to the shoulders.

The beads, yarn, and row angle all contribute a luscious drape to this special gift worthy piece.

Skill Level: Advanced Intermediate
This pattern uses mostly regular crochet stitches (puffs and chains) to create a triangle. Starting it in one corner and using a custom stitch to steadily increase at the end of each row adds challenge. So does adding beads to give a picot-like finished edge as each row is completed. A video tutorial for the gauge swatch is now available here. Another video for starting in one corner and incorporating the fancy beaded edging is coming soon and will be linked in an updated version of this pattern when it's ready.

After using this pattern you will know (if you didn't already):

  1. How to crochet a striking lattice of rosette-like clusters of puff stitches. 
  2. How to crochet a wide, fancy lace shawl by starting at the bottom center point.
  3. How to add a curved top edge to a triangular wrap so that it clings to the shoulders.
  4. How to create a finished edge as you complete each row.
  5. How to add beads to enhance a shawl’s drape and decorative edge.

Supplies Needed

  • Regular crochet hook: Size G/6 {4 mm} or size needed for gauge. 
  • Yarn: DesigningVashti.com Lotus (52% Cotton, 48% Rayon; 256 yds {235 m} per 3.5 oz {100 g} skein): 1 full skein for shawlette, 2 skeins for shawl size; color shown is Grenadine.
  • Beads: 410 size 6/0 Miyuki (4 mm) seed beads for one-ball shawlette version (pictured). For two-ball shawl: 570 beads. (You’ll have a few left over.)
  • Notions: Needle for stringing beads onto yarn (I prefer to make my own or use a dental floss threader). Two stitch markers. Scissors. Yarn needle.
  • Special Technique: Rows on the Bias, and Edging as you go, bead crochet
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