Be So Fine Yarn Lilaberry 2.0 Crochet Shawl


Be So Fine Yarn Lilaberry 2.0 Crochet Shawl

Be So Fine Yarn Lilaberry 2.0 Crochet Shawl
Be So Fine Yarn Lilaberry 20 Crochet Shawl

"Crocheted from the top down in an easy to memorize increasing repeat, this lace shawl is made in one continuous piece of yarn and only one large skein -- 2 ends to weave in! The edging is worked seamlessly onto the last row of the shawl in a beautiful design that blends very well with the berry lace shawl pattern. The berry motif is part of the pineapple family of stitch patterns and is gorgeous in a top down increasing shawl, as the new pattern motif repeats starburst out from the beginning. A blocking pictorial (step-by-step picture tutorial) is at the end of the pattern, teaching you all you need to know about blocking this shawl to bring out all the beauty of the stitch work. This free pattern includes the crochet chart AND watch the how-to tutorial video on Kristin's YouTube Channel:"


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Crochet Gaugestitch pattern is 4" wide x 4.5" tall after blocking

Finished Size70" wide x 34" long, after blocking

Materials List

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

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This is a lovely, delicate shawl. Since the author has worked it up in bamboo yarn, it must be as light as a feather, too! I havent worked anything in bamboo yet, but this project has me sorely tempted. The author has included both a chart as well as a video demonstrating how to create and block the shawl. Just beautiful!

The color of this shawl is so beautiful! This looks so romantic it would be a great date night wrap to wear over a dress.

I totally agree with the comment from Neffendi (below) re Kristin Omdahl patterns. Always gorgeous. Also when I first saw this one I thought it would be difficult to make but then I saw that it is rated easy so I decided to give it a try. I have now worked about 10cm (5in) and it really is easy. Yay!

I love Kristin Omdahl patterns. They are so elegant and beautiful. They can be worn with anything from jeans and a shirt to a formal dress on a cool summers night. This pattern is easy but looks so complicated and intricate as a completed shawl in the picture. I love patterns that are like this because they are fun and relaxing to do and end up so beautiful. This will make wonderful gift.


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