Lazy Waves Shawlette


Lazy Waves Shawlette

Lazy Waves Shawlette
Lazy Waves Shawlette

Nothing accentuates your outfit like a good shawl crochet pattern. You can make this Lazy Waves Shawlette your very own thanks to the many possibilities that the design gives you. Your tension can determine whether this free crochet pattern becomes a small neckerchief, an in-between shawlette, or a regular shawl. Especially using variegated yarn, the waves of the pattern really shine, flowing naturally through the entire piece. The density of the sock yarn also makes this shawl crochet a great way to protect your neck on your outdoor adventures.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size120 cm long, 26 cm wide across the widest part (unblocked)

Materials List

  • 4 mm Clover Amour Crochet Hook
  • Sock Yarn/Fingering Weight Yarn/#1 {300 – 400 meters, depending on personal tension}.  Suggested: slow colour-change yarn like the Sock Blanks by Devon Sun Yarns (UK) or Invicta Colour by Scheepjes.
  • Yarn needle

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This Lazy Waves Shawlette seems too small, it cannot cover your arms conveniently as it will always fall down from your arms. Looks like it's just for little girls.

This doesnt seem like it would be a pattern that would work up very quickly. With the use of the #1 weight yarn how long did it actually take to complete this project. I dont have too much patience I am too ADD.

This Lazy Waves Shawl is too small for a shawl. I don't think this can protect you from the cold. This will served merely as decorative accessory , not too much use for protection. But I like the stitches used here, and of course the color teal used which is one of my favorites.

OMG I must make this shawlette. I have to make this for myself. It is so beautiful. There's a lot to this pattern, to making it work up to be the right size while using the amount of yarn specified. It will take a couple of practice swatches to get it right. I have not worked with sock yarn and did not know it could be used for other things besides socks!


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