Feather & Fan Shawl

Feather & Fan Shawl

"The Feather & Fan shawl is modern twist on the traditional fan pattern. The lacy stitch repeat gives the shawl a great drape, while still keeping you warm during cooler summer evenings. The pattern is easy to modify in height and width: instructions are included in the pattern. It's suitable for confident beginners that are not afraid to use a fine yarn. Once you get the hang of the pattern, it's amazing to see your shawl grow!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size68 cm by 160 cm (27 by 63 inch)

Materials List

  • Scheepjes Alpaca Rhythm

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Made with an 80/20 alpaca and wool blend, this looks amazingly lightweight and stunning. What a great combination of colors she has chosen. You may come up with YOUR own color combination! NO wrong choices here, do what you like. The wrap has an ebb and flow like a rounded ripple pattern with fan clusters sandwiched in between.

Heres another Ripple based pattern that defies all the rules for me. The designer calls for using a very fine hooksize Esince shes using an 80% alpaca/20% wool blend. Ive seen some alpaca yarns in the craft stores but not that ratio. A good baby or fingering yarn might work just as well but it probably wont be as soft. This just looks like it would float away on the breeze!

This shawl is beautiful. It reminds me a lot of one Kristin Omadal's designs, which is a very high compliment, since Kristin Omadal is the queen of beautiful,intricate lacy shawls. I really love lace. I love making it and wearing it. This shawl has the delicate looking lace throughout and I really love the yarn that was used.


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