Wrapped in Warmth Shawl
This shawl is perfect for wrapping up in during those cool nights in the fall and winter. Whether you are making it for yourself or giving it as a gift it will certainly keep you warm and cozy.
Finished measurements: Black and white shawl: wingspan 48 ½” ; center depth: 32 ¼” Brown Shawl: This one was made slightly smaller with only 40 rows instead of 48. Wingspan 46”; center depth 30 ½”
This is an advanced beginner level pattern. A brand new crocheter could even make this shawl just make sure you read the instructions on how to complete the special stitches used.
When making this I used 15 oz of Red Heart Super Saver Stripes and a size K crochet hook. The yarn used is a #4 worsted weight yarn.
Gauge in this pattern is not important.
The size of this shawl is totally up to you! When I designed it I wanted it to be big enough to wrap up in like a blanket and 48 rows was perfect. There are instructions on how to make it bigger and smaller included.