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Perfectly Elegant Shawl

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Updated March 23, 2017
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Perfectly Elegant Shawl
Perfectly Elegant Shawl
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Shawls can be big, small, or anywhere in between. This Perfectly Elegant Shawl is long, flowing, and full of springtime colors. The edging is so fluffy and intricate that you can't help but notice how beautiful it is. The stripes also create a flattering figure if you decide to wrap yourself up in this crochet shawl. No matter the season, you can be warm indoors and out with this fun shawl pattern that is designed just for you and your outfit needs.

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Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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Cascade yarns are not available here in South Africa but I do have a great mohair mix yarn that is going to be really good for this lovely shawl. I am still deciding whether to use one color or do stripes as shown but I do love how how big it is and it looks so super warm that it is going to be wonderful for our upcoming winter.

As long as you keep within the stitch gauge given for the pattern I do not see a problem substituting yarns.

I love how long this shawl is one thing I always look for is something to cover up my hips and bulges. This looks perfect for those two areas, plus everywhere you look shawls are in style now. I also like that fact that edging makes the shawl look a little fancier!

This is a very beautiful shawl. The designer said that sometimes less is more, but I dont see this shawl as being or having less. It actually looks like a larger shawl than the regular run of the mill ones that I see on other blogs. I love that she used cotton yarn to make it even softer. I see a couple of commenters saying that there are no finished dimension sizes, but if you know your math, you can figure it out by following the gauge size listed )

I am in the same thought as you, but this is a classic size of shawl I have seen in old craft and crochet books.

The creator only used four different crochet stitches to complete this Perfectly Elegant Shawl masterpiece. I really like the way this shawl comes together in a v-pattern and the edging simply looks amazing. Thank you for sharing how to make the edge flow by changing hook size. I believe I will make this article in shades of blush.

This shawl is beautiful! I love the way the cream stripes get bigger and bigger and the different texture of the edge. The pattern seems well written but there are no finished dimensions given. Does anyone know how big this turns out to be?

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