Euphorbia - crochet shawl
The stitch pattern in this elongated shawlette was inspired by the exotic plant Euphorbia punicea, also called the Jamaican poinsettia. The shawl is shaped like a large ruffle. It can be worn around your neck or your shoulders in many ways, always looking great.
Euphorbia is worked from the top down, starting along the upper edge. Increases are integrated in the stitch pattern to create the flared shape.
The pattern is written, and includes charts for the flower motifs.
The shawl in the pictures was crocheted with 2 balls of laceweight linen. For a winter version, you could use London in wool and silk, or laceweight wool. If you wish to make Euphorbia in laceweight bamboo, you will need 3 balls.
Recommended hook size: 3 mm (US C/2 or D/3). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge (or desired look!). Differences in gauge can affect yarn amounts.
The pattern was previously published under the name Network Shawlette in the magazine Interweave Crochet Accessories 2014.
This product contains only the pattern for the design, available as a downloadable pdf-file.
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