Be So Fine Molten Lava Crochet Shawl


Be So Fine Molten Lava Crochet Shawl

Be So Fine Molten Lava Crochet Shawl
Be So Fine Molten Lava Crochet Shawl

"This shawl was an exciting exploration for me. Turning a pretty lace stitch pattern into a top down shaped triangular shawl involves figuring out how to make a single increase on either side and a double increase down the center. My goal was to make it look seamless and effortless, without compromising the beauty of the design. For an edging, I created a larger scale of the 3petal floral motif. Make sure to block each petal separately for a perfectly framed, finished shawl. The shawl has a 4 row repeat that is easy to memorize once you get established. Watch TWO how-to tutorial videos about this shawl on Kristin's YouTube Channel:"


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge1 repeat of stitch pattern = 1.5" wide x 2" tall

Finished Size56" wide x 28" tall, after blocking

Materials List

  • 1 hank Be So Fine Yarn
  • G/6 (4mm) crochet hook

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Another bamboo yarn project to tempt me! I love this open work design, especially the edging that looks like an oversized picot stitch. The author provides a chart, tutorial video, and if you click on the Print-Friendly button at the bottom of the page, you have the option of selecting a .pdf download. A very nice pattern for any time of year.

I'm in love with this unique plum color! I like that there are so many ways to wear this shawl. My favorite is as a delicate scarf.

This pattern is so cool. From the pictures the "molten lava" looks like dragon scales or feathers to make up a glorious wing. I love how this shawl can be worn so many ways a shawl, cowl, or off one shoulder, etc. You can really make this your own. The pattern itself is a simple on of chains, single crochet and double crochet use to form clusters and shells. What a lovely pattern!


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