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Flowing Angelic Shawl

Add this amazing shawl to your collection with this free crochet pattern from Premier Yarns. The Flowing Angelic Shawl looks gorgeous and can be worn over absolutely anything. At its large size of 60" in diameter, it comes down to your knees and covers your arms with a very light and airy layer. It is a perfect addition to your spring and summer seasonal wardrobes and will never go out of style.

Intermediate

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

MATERIALS:

  • Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Collection Alpaca Dance: Soft White (4 balls)
  • Crochet Hook (Size H/8, 5 mm)
  • Yarn Needle

SIZE: 
Diameter: 60"

GAUGE:
Rnds 1 and 2 = 4" diameter

STITCH GUIDE:
Self-closing lp: Hold yarn in left hand, form lp with working end (end which leads to ball) of yarn over top of tail, insert hook through lp and pull through working yarn. Work ch as indicated, then work all sts into lp working around 2 strands of yarn. When first rnd is complete pull tail to tighten lp at center.
 

SHAWL
Rnd 1:
Form self-closing lp, ch 4, 19 tr in lp, join with a sl st in fourth ch of beg ch-4 – 20 tr. 
Rnd 2: Ch 7, [dtr in next tr, ch 3] 19 times, join with a sl st in fourth ch of beg ch-7. 
Rnd 3: Ch 4, tr in ch 3-sp, ch 6, [2 tr in next ch 3-sp, ch 6] 19 times, join with a sl st in fourth ch of beg ch-4. 
Rnd 4: Ch 1, sc in tr, [ch 6, sc in next ch 6-sp] 19 times, ch 3, tr in beg ch-1. 
Rnds 5-6: Rep Rnd 4. 
Rnd 7 (inc rnd): Ch 8, tr in tr, [(ch 5, tr) twice in next ch 6-sp] 19 times, ch 2, dc in fourth ch of beg ch-8. 
Rnd 8: Ch 1, sc in dc, [ch 7, sc in ch 5-sp] 39 times, ch 3, tr in beg ch-1. 
Rnds 9-16: Rep Rnd 8. 
Rnd 17 (inc rnd): Ch 8, tr in tr, [(ch 5, tr) twice in next ch 6-sp] 39 times, ch 2, dc in fourth ch of beg ch-8. 
Rnd 18: Ch 1, sc in dc, [ch 7, sc in ch 5-sp] 79 times, ch 3, tr in beg ch-1. 
Rnds 19-25: Rep Rnd 18. 
Rnd 26 (inc rnd): Ch 8, tr in tr, [(ch 5, tr) twice in next ch 6-sp] 79 times, ch 2, dc in fourth ch of beg ch-8. 
Rnd 27: Ch 1, sc in dc, [ch 7, sc in ch 5-sp] 159 times, ch 3, tr in beg ch-1. 
Rnds 28-29: Rep Rnd 27. 
 
Edging: 
Rnd 1: Ch 4, [3 tr, 3 dc] in tr, ch 2, [(3 dc, 5 tr, 3 dc, ch 2) in next ch 7-sp] 159 times, [3 dc, 2 tr] in next ch-sp, join with a sl st in fourth ch of beg ch-4. 
Rnd 2: Ch 5, [tr in next tr, ch 1] 2 times, [dc in next dc, ch 1] 3 times, ch 1, * [dc in next dc, ch 1] 3 times, [tr in next tr, ch 1] 5 times, [dc in next dc, ch 1] 3 times, ch 1; rep from * 159 times, [dc in next dc, ch 1] 3 times, [tr in next tr, ch 1] 2 times, join with a sl st t in fourth ch of beg ch-5. 
 
FINISHING 
Weave in ends. Pin to size and damp block. 
 

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This is a very mesh and feminine shawl. It is more for accessorizing an outfit more than it is for warmth because of the large spaces between stitches. Could be worn over many different styles of clothes. The instructions are not very clear or understandable in a couple of the steps and this project needs more pictures.

It may just be that I'm not great at crochet (I'm not), but I just don't understand what is being asked in the self closing loop part at all. Can someone post pictures of what that looks like?

The instructions are not very clear. Premier Yarns no longer has this pattern available on their website so we may not be able to get assistance.

It is difficult to tell from the picture, so I have to ask. Is this a circle, or straight across the top. By reading the pattern I get the impression it is round, but the picture looks as though it isnt. I am not seeing floral edging at the back of her neck.

The instructions are not very clear. Premier Yarns no longer has this pattern available on their website so we may not be able to get assistance.

Just stunningly gorgeous and something I will definitely be making for MYSELF (anyone else will simply have to wait, lol!) around September when our winter will be making way for summer here in South Africa. I might change the edging but that is simply because I would prefer it to be a bit different but the pattern is not at all difficult. Sometimes I find Intermediate patterns a little difficult but not this one. I have done a small test piece and it is clearly written and very easy to follow.

This shawl is stunning. It's way beyond my current skill level, but talk about crochet goals!

I have gotten to round 17,Ch 8, tr in tr, [(ch 5, tr) twice in next ch 6-sp] but the rnds before were chain 7 what am I missing here, please help. Read more at http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Shawls/Flowing-Angel == ic-Shawl-Premier#gAOyvFFzvcDQpItp.99

what's the dtr in round 2?

YO three times, insert hook in stitch or space indicated, YO and pull up a long loop,( YO and draw through 2 loops on hook) 4 times

Beautiful!

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