Long Tail Shawl


Long Tail Shawl

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Long Tail Shawl
Long Tail Shawl

"This Long Tail Shawl is a fun shawl that works up fairly quickly! The increase and decrease are placed in strategic places in the project giving it its unique long tail shape. The shawl widens towards giving it an asymmetrical shape and a variety of styling options. The open stitches at the widest point of the shawl allow you to weave in the tail of your shawl keeping it in place. Block your shawl to open up and relax the stitches and the end result is fantastic!"


Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeBefore blocking: 9 hdc sts x 8 hdc rows = 4”
After Blocking: 9 hdc sts x 5 hdc rows = 4”

Finished SizeOn blocking mat: 27” W x 75.5” L After blocking: 24.5” W x 70” L

Materials List

  • Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Worsted Weight
  • 8mm hook

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This is a nice pattern but I would not call it easy. I would not recommend it for a beginner but otherwise it is a pretty shawl and has a nice detail. I like the fact it uses a larger hook and thicker yarn. That helps show off the detail as well. I like to make shawls because you can use them all year round. Thank you.


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