Lost In Time Shawl

I made this for myself

Created by: Sandra A

  • Project Details

    About

    Beautiful crochet shawl by Johanna Lindahl at #mijocrochet.
    Pattern repeat rows 15-25 I did 4 pattern repeats, with 2 extra rows between patterns. I added a chain after the popcorns - I hope it will sit better after I have blocked the pattern! I think I prefer the reverse side of the shawl.

    Pattern

    Lost in Time Shawl by Johanna Lindahl

    Yarns

    • material-yarn
      European Collection Marmaris - 900 Denim Blue 0.2 balls
    • material-yarn
      Heirloom Merino Magic 4ply - 216 Plum 0.6 balls
    • material-yarn
      Morris & Sons Estate 4ply - 4034 Apricot 0.4 balls
    • material-yarn
      Heirloom Baby Merino 4 ply - 451 Fig 0.4 balls
    • material-yarn
      Heirloom Baby Merino 4 ply - 481 Light Blue Grey 1 ball
    • material-yarn
      Heirloom Baby Merino 4 ply - 405 Apricot 0.4 balls
    • material-yarn
      Heirloom Baby Merino 4 ply - 499 Celery 1.5 balls

    Needles & Hooks

    • Crochet Hook 4.00mm (US 6)

    Measurements

    Notes: Can be made any size - mine measures 140cm x 70cm

    Tags

    • Shawls
    • Women

    Craft

    craft-crochet Crochet

    Skill Level

    difficulty Intermediate

    Status

    project-state Complete
    Started on: Jul 15, 2017 Finished on: Jul 27, 2017
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    7 Comments

    • Sandra A

      Springwood

      Thank you
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    • Diana R

      Love the pastel colors!
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    • Alison B

      Portsoy

      Beautiful shawl,lovely colours too
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    • Vix

      Marlborough

      This is gorgeous. I love the pattern and hope to make it for a friend so thanks for the inspiration Sandra.
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      • Sandra A

        Springwood

        Thank you. The pattern is written out clearly, but I still managed a variation by mistake on the shell pattern!
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    • Kelly

      London

      Gorgeous colours, it's going to be perfect for the bright weather!
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      • Sandra A

        Springwood

        Thanks - I'm doing it for Spring and wasn't sure about the colours
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