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Mermaid Tears Shawl

By: Katie Clary from saltypearlcrochet.com
Mermaid Tears Shawl
Mermaid Tears Shawl

"This luxurious but simple and easy crochet shawl pattern casts a net of teardrop shaped lace and graceful shell stitches. This top down shell has a two row repeat that edges itself neatly. You'll soon settle into the relaxing waves of this stitch pattern! The sample is generously sized, and uses 3 balls of Cascade Ultra Pima Cotton yarn, but the notes includes instructions for customizing the pattern to any size, yarn weight, or shape- even a full triangle shawl!"

Intermediate

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge1 full repeat in shell pattern = 2"

Finished SizeOne size, with instructions to customize

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Thanks for sharing this Mermaid tears shawl. I love the shape of it. I like the color but when I visited the site where the yarn can be purchased with 68 shades to choose from, I think I want something other than gray. Then again, who says I have to make just one?

Nine times out of ten I can tell when the designer has used cotton to complete a project. I guess I am biased about it. I love to work with cotton because the finished project just looks so much better. At this time, I have not used the brand/type described her but you can know that I did place an order already.

A quintuple crochet? I have been crocheting for decades and this is a stitch I did not know even existed. Wow! It states that it uses three hanks of this luscious pima cotton yarn. So at least it doesn't eat up too, too much yarn. A mermaid tears stitch is so beautiful, don't you think? It looks amazing worn with that dress, too. I think I might have to give this one a try.

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