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An intermediate crochet pattern like this one will help advance your crochet skills. This wrap has a great spa blue color to it. An I hook is used to work up this stylish crochet pattern. Crocheted shawls like this are a great laying piece for all seasons, so this is a wonderful addition to your wardrobe. This crochet shawl pattern is worked in the round and measures approximately 75 inches long and 12 inches wide.

Intermediate

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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For me, this would definitely be time consuming as it is worked in the round instead of back and forth rows. I have not worked a shawl in this fashion before, so if I decide to take this on, it will prove to be quite interesting to say the least. I think the yarn choice is beautiful, both in fiber content and color choice.

This is a beautiful and tranquil wrap. It is only available to view as a free PDF download from the Crochet Kim blog as Caron no longer has it available on their website. I am passing on downloading the PDF as I like to view patterns before I save them onto my computer. Not really sure how difficult this pattern would be, but it is very pretty.

I can't find the pattern! I get a "404 Not Found" message every time. Can anyone post another link?

I gave up on the foundation single crochet and just used a chain. The pattern is easy to follow but I'm not that happy with the ends. They got bunched up a bit. Doesn't affect the wearing and no one but me notices.

It will not download for me. :(

This is a beautiful wrap. However, I am having trouble figuring out the mod-sc. I have tried a few different ways and don't think it is working for me. Are there any youtube tutorials that I can access?

It is also called the foundation single crochet. It allows you to skip making the chains. I can never get it right either so I just make one more chain than what the pattern calls for and make the single crochet row before I start the first row of the pattern. There are several YouTube videos for foundation single, half-double, and double crochets. http://youtu.be/oZrabIcA8C8

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