INSTRUCTIONS ONLY - Crochet your own Shark Fin Shawlette asymmetric shawl with openwork lace detail

INSTRUCTIONS ONLY - Crochet your own Shark Fin Shawlette asymmetric shawl with openwork lace detail



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Hi there! This shawlette, named Shark Fin by my boyfriend when he saw the outer edge shape, was crocheted for his mom for Mother’s Day in two fun stitch patterns alternating from the bottom up--a variation of Triangle Stitch & then standard V-stitch--which are then bordered with a unique ornate detail edging. This shawlette is smaller in size than standard shawls, which is great for those of us with shorter attention spans!

This original pattern design in US crochet terms may not be distributed or sold as your own, but feel free to sell a finished shawl made from it.

level: advanced

skills: know how to ch (chain), sl st (slip stitch), sc (single crochet), dc (double crochet), & tc (triple/treble crochet)

hook: J/6mm

yarn: 5 total colors of Loops & Threads Cotton ‘n Linen &/or Berroco Suede

size: 42” (107 cm) long x 22” (56 cm) wide

gauge: 4” x 4” = 5 V-stitches across x 7 V-stitch rows down

As a crocheter for 20+ years now & a former professional proofreader, you can crochet this with the confidence that it has been gone over with a fine-tooth comb.

Feel free to ask any questions & I’ll typically get back to you within 24 hours.

Stace a.k.a. zonal

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92 shop reviews

5 out of 5 stars

M. Ekkelenkamp Sep 27, 2019

5 out of 5 stars

Direct download, no problems with buying the pattern.

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Susan Souza Sep 22, 2017

Mochi Pring May 4, 2021

5 out of 5 stars

Love love love!! I was a little intimidated because it was a more advanced pattern even though I started about a month ago so I made it a bit easier on myself by not switching out the colors and just making the separate colors difference pieces then stitching after. Followed the pattern for the face and body and it’s so cute 🥺

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screenscentd Nov 27, 2016

4 out of 5 stars

This is a unique idea, so I wanted to give it a try. It's a great pattern and the liner I crocheted turned out to be softer than I expected, but it was just too thick to be comfortable for me. If you try out this pattern, I recommend using a soft, but very thin yarn. Quality pattern, though.

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