Nightfall Shawl


Nightfall Shawl

Nightfall Shawl
Nightfall Shawl

"Nightfall Shawl is a wonderful, gentle triangle shaped shawl that has been designer to be crochet in lace weight yarn. Delicate lace pattern work to give an airy, light and elegant shawl perfect to dress up anything you wear it with. It will fit not only to daily clothes but also to wedding dress (just make it in white/ecru). The shawl is worked in rows in one piece with continuous border added in the round. Because the shawl is worked bottom-up, its length is easily adjusted."

NotesThe shawl is worked bottom-up in one piece with a continuous border added in the round. Increases are made at the start and end of the rows.
From row 26 until the edging the pattern is a simple 2 row repeat.


Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Crochet GaugeAfter 10 rows triangle is aprrox. 10cm/4in high. Gauge is not crucial for this project. However, changes might result in a different yardage requirements and the finished size.

Finished SizeWingspan – 210cm, Center depth – 75cm

Materials List

  • Yarn Malabrigo Yarn Silkpaca 50g = 384 meters, 70% Baby Alpaca, 30% Silk, 2 skeins.
  • Hook size 3mm
  • Tapestry needle (to weave and hide yarn ends),
  • Scissors.




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This shawl is just amazing enough to warrant springing for some luxury yarn, and since its such an open texture, it doesnt actually require that much. The stitches used arent complicated but this is a fiddly pattern. I plan to practice with some scrap fingering yarn I have leftover from other projects before progressing on to the expensive stuff. There is a stitch chart, but its only available with the purchased instructions.

I really like the look of this shawl. It is so light and lacey which I really like. The constructions reminds me of a corner to corner, just a bit more detailed. I live in a warmer climate so I could use this even when it gets colder as another layer. Thank you.

So here we have a triangle shawl made using a baby alpaca and silk wool blend. Can we get anymore luxurious?! Look at that drape. I can just feel how beautiful the yarn is against the skin. It has this kind of cool hexagon looking motif that repeats throughout the piece. Outstanding job with this pattern.

The last time I was in the yarn section of JoAnn's, I actually met a girl who raises alpaca. Apparently there are several farms around here, and some of the places sell not just the yarn but products made from the yarn. So I guess you don't have to go to Peru to buy local.


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