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Wings Of Prayer Shawl

By: Girlie de los Reyes from girliescrochet.com
Updated May 08, 2018
Wings Of Prayer Shawl
Wings Of Prayer Shawl

"This is an easy and free crochet pattern for Wings of Prayer Shawl with photo tutorial in each step. This is a gorgeous shawl in fan design stitch that compliments the design as it gets bigger. The concept of the wing design becomes more obvious when you view the shawl from the back. This Wings of Prayer Shawl is crocheted in flat, start in the upper middle towards the bottom of the pointed shawl. You may easily modify the sizes by just adding the repeat rows indicated. This shawl is in 4 rows repeat. This is easy enough for beginners just having a cluster and picot knowledge in crochet."

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Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge2 inches square = 8 sts x 2 Rows of Dc

Finished SizeWidth 66" x Height (top to bottom) 28"

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Just looking at this, I can see the beautiful color of that powder blue, which is like an angel on clouds. It looks complicated, but do not let that fool you if you are indeed a beginner! Personally, I would do the bigger hook and the lighter weight yarn, because I like a very nice drape in my wearables, and not bulk. Oh my gosh, the Mandala yarn would make this shawl look ethereal.

This is one of the most elegant shawls Ive ever seen. It looks so difficult, but its actually fairly easy. The designer uses a series of photos to takes you through the first fifteen steps (from that point everything repeats), so you can compare your own work to the designers. The two row edging is added after the entire shawl is worked. Just stunning!

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