Pipistrelle - crochet shawls
The pipistrelle is the smallest and most common bat in France.
The Pipistrelle shawl are neither small nor common, but their dented edges may make you think of the wings of a bat. These edges are created naturally by the chevron motif used in these designs.
Using this same stitch pattern, EclatDuSoleil has created two distinctive shawls.
The smaller and longer shawl is worked in several colors of fine mohair. You can also use a laceweight wool or wool blend. This shawl can be worn wrapped around your neck or your shoulders, or knotted as a large scarf.
The large shawl has a different shape. You can wear it as a classical shawl or as a big lace cape. Here too, you have the choice between mohair (as in the pictures) or a smooth laceweight yarn.
For the smaller shawl, you will need approx. 900 m (990 yds) of fine mohair or laceweight yarn. The large shawl will require approx. 1200 (1350 yds) of yarn
Suggested hook: 3 mm (US C-2 or D-3) for the smaller shawl, 3.5 mm (E-4) for the large shawl.
This product contains only the pattern for the shawl, available as a downloadable pdf-file.
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