Warm Pashmina


"Looking for a luxurious wrap or shawl for winter, or something to keep you warm on chilly summer nights? A pashmina is just the thing for you. Large enough to just put over your shoulders or just to wrap all around yourself. This crochet pashmina is made from luxurious lace yarn, which is cool in summer and warm in winter. A really lovely all year round pashmina that will go great with a smart jacket or dress, but also a cool leather jacket."


Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook, E/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge28 sc = 10 cm

Finished Size65 cm x 170 cm

Materials List

  • 850 meters of Lace weight alpaca yarn
  • 850 meters of Lace weight mohair yarn
  • The mohair and alpaca clours should be matching.
  • Scissors
  • Blocking matts
  • pins
  • 3 mm and 3.5 mm crochet hook

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I'm familiar with cotton pashmina in different colors but this is my first time to encounter a crochet pashmina which excites me. I like the colors used in this project. And of course the possibilities are endless when it comes to color combination in subsequent projects. Appropriate for spring and summer as this looks just right for these warm seasons.

Oh my gosh, I absolutely am so in love with this. It is perfect in every way possible. I for one, would not change a thing. I can do shells, shells are easy! The thought of wrapping up in this in the fall and winter (and even spring!) is so comforting to me. Mohair is worth it to me. I cannot wait to get started on this!!

This is a beautiful Pashmina. However I know I will have to use a less expensive material to make this.

So this is what I learned new today. The word pashmina is related to the type of material not the item itself. Cool. At any rate I will start calling my wraps/scarves that because it sounds nicer. Being allergic to wool I will never have an authentic one.

I have never worked with cashmere. Is it easy to work with and is it expensive. This pashmina looks so soft and warm. I have to confess that I did not know what the word pashmina meant or stood for so I had to Google it. According to Google it means something made from goats wool. I love the colors and am going to give it a try. Cant wait.

Whether you call it a pashmina or a shawl, they never really go out of style, do they? The author calls for mohair yarn, and that would certainly work up into a lovely, snuggly shawl. The repetitive shell pattern makes it an easy project to work while watching TV. And dont be put off by the website being in Dutchthe author provides an English version of the pattern.

That's very sweet of you to say Jane (I'm the Dutchie author), indeed the pattern comes in both English and Dutch. It's a great shawl/pashmina to make while you're just relaxing.


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