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Shawl We Dance? Crochet Pattern

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THIS IS A DIGITAL PATTERN (PDF) AND NOT A PHYSICAL PRODUCT. THIS CROCHET PATTERN IS CHARTED ONLY AND NOT WRITTEN. Due to the digital nature of the pattern no refunds will be issued.

INTRODUCTION
Shawl We Dance? began as the pattern for my wedding dress train and became a multi-functional garment that combines my love of crochet and dance. This versatile shawl with its unique fastening system can be worn in endless ways: as a shoulder wrap, shrug, skirt, or a bridal veil. Pair the shawl with the Chrysanthemum Lace Dress to make a head-turning ensemble perfect for any special occasion.

ABOUT THE PATTERN
Please note that this 20-page pattern is CHARTED only. The pattern does not include written instructions for every row but does have instructions and photos for assembling, finishing, and styling the shawl. I will have a written version of this pattern in the future, but for now it remains as a charted pattern.

Please also note that while the shawl is similar to the wedding dress train it is not the pattern for the train and will not work as the train. The train will soon be released as a separate pattern.

The pattern is worked in alternating rows starting from the inner curve with each row increasing as the shawl grows. If you don’t want to work the entire pattern you can stop after completing any row and it will still look great. In order to wear the shawl as a skirt or one-shoulder top make sure the inner curve measurement will fit your body measurements and choose your size accordingly.

Click here to see the shawl move as a skirt on the dance floor.

DETAILS
Skill Level: Intermediate
Overall Width: Small (50”/127cm), Medium (60”/152.4cm), Large (70”/177.8cm)
Depth for all sizes: 17”/43.2 cm
Yarn: Lace or fingering weight, Aunt Lydia’s size 10 cotton crochet. Approximate amount needed for the shawl:
Small: 1,300 yd (1,189m)
Medium: 1,560 yd (1,426m)
Large: 1,820 yd (1,664m)
If you are only making a veil (a 3-panel shawl) and do not intend to wear it in different ways you will only need approximately 780 yd (713.2m).
Hooks: 3.75mm (F) , 3.5mm (E), or size necessary to obtain desired gauge
Gauge: 21 dc in 1 row = 4” (10.2cm) wide, 1 row ch using 3.75mm(F) hook + 5 rows dc using 3.5mm(E) hook = 2” (5.1cm)
Crochet Terms: US
Stitches Used: slip stitch, chain, single crochet, double crochet, triple crochet, double triple crochet

USAGE
This pattern is for individual personal use only. Please do not share any part of the pattern without permission from Chi Krneta. You may sell items made from the pattern as long as you credit Chi Krneta as the designer.

QUESTIONS?
Please send me a private message on Ravelry or e-mail me.
THIS IS A DIGITAL PATTERN (PDF) AND NOT A PHYSICAL PRODUCT. THIS CROCHET PATTERN IS CHARTED ONLY AND NOT WRITTEN. Due to the digital nature of the pattern no refunds will be issued.

INTRODUCTION
Shawl We Dance? began as the pattern for my wedding dress train and became a multi-functional garment that combines my love of crochet and dance. This versatile shawl with its unique fastening system can be worn in endless ways: as a shoulder wrap, shrug, skirt, or a bridal veil. Pair the shawl with the Chrysanthemum Lace Dress to make a head-turning ensemble perfect for any special occasion.

ABOUT THE PATTERN
Please note that this 20-page pattern is CHARTED only. The pattern does not include written instructions for every row but does have instructions and photos for assembling, finishing, and styling the shawl. I will have a written version of this pattern in the future, but for now it remains as a charted pattern.

Please also note that while the shawl is similar to the wedding dress train it is not the pattern for the train and will not work as the train. The train will soon be released as a separate pattern.

The pattern is worked in alternating rows starting from the inner curve with each row increasing as the shawl grows. If you don’t want to work the entire pattern you can stop after completing any row and it will still look great. In order to wear the shawl as a skirt or one-shoulder top make sure the inner curve measurement will fit your body measurements and choose your size accordingly.

Click here to see the shawl move as a skirt on the dance floor.

DETAILS
Skill Level: Intermediate
Overall Width: Small (50”/127cm), Medium (60”/152.4cm), Large (70”/177.8cm)
Depth for all sizes: 17”/43.2 cm
Yarn: Lace or fingering weight, Aunt Lydia’s size 10 cotton crochet. Approximate amount needed for the shawl:
Small: 1,300 yd (1,189m)
Medium: 1,560 yd (1,426m)
Large: 1,820 yd (1,664m)
If you are only making a veil (a 3-panel shawl) and do not intend to wear it in different ways you will only need approximately 780 yd (713.2m).
Hooks: 3.75mm (F) , 3.5mm (E), or size necessary to obtain desired gauge
Gauge: 21 dc in 1 row = 4” (10.2cm) wide, 1 row ch using 3.75mm(F) hook + 5 rows dc using 3.5mm(E) hook = 2” (5.1cm)
Crochet Terms: US
Stitches Used: slip stitch, chain, single crochet, double crochet, triple crochet, double triple crochet

USAGE
This pattern is for individual personal use only. Please do not share any part of the pattern without permission from Chi Krneta. You may sell items made from the pattern as long as you credit Chi Krneta as the designer.

QUESTIONS?
Please send me a private message on Ravelry or e-mail me.

Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
(65)
Reviewed by quipydoll1
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 13, 2018
It was easy to make. And I got the pattern the same day.
Baby Cat Cocoon Hat & Booties Crochet Pattern

5 out of 5 stars
Jan 27, 2018
Easy to follow pattern!
Baby Cat Cocoon Hat & Booties Crochet Pattern

Reviewed by Karen Jurd
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 23, 2018
Love this cute pattern. Directions are easy to follow even for a beginner.
Baby Cat Cocoon Hat & Booties Crochet Pattern

Reviewed by Amber Ogden
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 19, 2018
Love it! Made one in calico and another like a black kitten for a friend of mine who just had fraternal twins! It was beyond perfect!
Baby Cat Cocoon Hat & Booties Crochet Pattern

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