Convolvulus Crochet Shawl/Scarf Pattern
This pretty crochet shawl pattern is perfect for single skeins of precious hand-dyed or a good quality commercial yarn. With a basic motif of building rows with longer and longer vertical columns, it’s ideal for highly variegated colourways that tend to pool and streak. It's called Convolvulus because anyone who has this pretty but invasive bindweed in their garden will know how it loves to wind itself up other plant stalks, looking much like the longer stitches in this little shawl!
SIZE: The 4-ply (fingering) weight version (pink) measures approx 170cm (67in) long x 40cm (16in) at its widest point. The laceweight version (rainbow colours) is 160cm (63in) long x 28cm (11in).
Easy to size up or down, or substitute different weights of yarn.
- 6 pages of easy-to-follow instructions, tested with other crocheters
- Stitch-by-stitch photo tutorials
- Crochet chart
- UK and US crochet terms
You will need:
- One skein of any 4-ply/fingering or laceweight yarn
- 3mm-3.5mm (US: D/E) 4-ply (fingering) yarns
2mm-2.5mm (US: 0/B) crochet hook for laceweight yarns
SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate. Pattern requires familiarity with the following stitches: chain, double crochet (US: single crochet), treble crochet (US: double crochet), double-treble (US: treble) and shows how to form even longer stitches.
YOU WILL GET: Once payment is confirmed, you'll be sent a download link for a PDF file. You will need appropriate software to open the file, such as Adobe Reader, which you can download free at www.adobe.com. Please note that digital pattern purchases are non-refundable.