Amazing Grace Lucky Green Shawl


Amazing Grace Lucky Green Shawl

Amazing Grace Lucky Green Shawl
Amazing Grace Lucky Green Shawl

Here's a beautiful and colorful crochet pattern that you will love to wear on St. Patrick's Day and even into spring.

From the blogger: "The Amazing Grace Lucky Green Shawl is the 21st pattern in the Amazing Grace Series…These patterns are dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness! To read more on my story about this series, click on the Amazing Grace Tab at the top of my website…I fell in love with this green self-striping yarn by Premier Yarns…I had so much fun working with it and creating this triangular shawl…I hope you love it too!!"


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size58 inches wide x 29 inches top to bottom point

Materials List

  • 735 yards of self-striping worsted weight yarn (blogger used Premier Yarns' Sweet Roll in Mint Swirl)
  • K/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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Weather you elect to crochet this for the upcoming St Paddies Day or just because you love the color green this is a great pattern to use that self striping yarn.

I guess I never really paid attention to patterns that appeared to change color except to expect that the designer selected to use more than one color. Until now I was not aware of self-striping yarns. This is exciting! Like Lynn K and Hippie Chick I want to know more about it. Ending this search and on to goggling patterns with self-striping yarn as this pattern does not give any indication of use, except the pattern itself

I have never used self striping yarn before and, like Hippie Chick below, am curious to know how the striping would be affected when I make my shawl a bit larger because that is how I like them to be. Well it is going to be interesting to find out and, because green is not my color, I am hoping the Premier have this Sweet Roll yarn in blues.

Not your typical color when you think of breast cancer awareness, but glad to see a change just in time for the Saint Patricks holiday season. This is a very pretty green striped shawl. Im not really sure how self-striping yarns work and wonder if it would still work if I changed the amount of stitches that I use to adjust the size of the shawl?


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