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Falling Leaves Shawl

If you know me for a bit, you surely know I have a weakness for shawls. I especially love to design them to crochet along with you. Here is a new one for your shawl collection!

The "Falling Leaves Shawl CAL" is a triangle shawl using a technique I developed to easily change colors and minimize weaving ends. The design translates into crochet the beauty of knitted leaves you might have seen in the knitting world. 

An intermediate crocheter or even a dedicated beginner will be comfortable in making this project. The pattern will include a PHOTO TUTORIAL with pictures showing the technique in more detail. The pattern is written in US crochet terms.





    Supplies List:

    Self-striping yarn:

    2 skeins of Bonita Yarns Chromatic (DK Weight, #3, 100% acrylic, 262 yds/240m), approximately 1000 yards.


    skeins of Bonita Yarns Chromatic Wool (DK Weight, #3, 30% wool, 70% acrylic, 273 yds/250 m

    Approximately 550 yards of self-variegated yarn for the project.


    Solid yarn: 

    4 skeins of Bonita Yarns Woolicious (DK Weight, #3, 50% wool/50% acrylic, 230 yds/210 m)


    4 skeins of Bonita Yarns Dreamlicious (DK Weight, #3, 100% Acrylic, 230 yds/210 m), 


    4 skeins of Bonita Yarns Softlicious POLY (DK Weight, #3, 50% Acrylic 50% Polyamide, 230 yds/210 m)

    Approximately 800 yards of solid yarn for the project.

    Note: Shawl in Sample pictures was made with yarn kit PRISM & DARK LILAC 



    US Size H (5.00 mm) hook 

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