In Spanish, solana means sunshine or the sunny side of a mountain or valley. After a long winter, we long for the warm rays of sunshine to spark the signs of spring. Flowers start to bloom, yet the breeze is still a bit chilly. The Solana Shawl is a bright and cheerful crescent-shaped shawl that is a great layering piece for those unpredictable spring temperatures.
This is an intermediate level pattern. It requires knowledge of how to change colors and uses modifications of basic stitches.
It can be made using either 1600 yards of fingering weight held double or 850 yards of DK weight yarn.
The pattern is written in standard US crochet terms.
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The pattern has been thoroughly tested, but please reach out to me if you have any questions or concerns.
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