Frozen Waterfall Shawl - A Pattern From Rachy Newin Designs

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This listing is for a digital copy of this pattern; it will be delivered to your email upon checkout. 

About The Pattern, In The Designer's Words

Sparkling beads cascade down the Frozen Waterfall Shawl. The pattern starts at the small end and grows from there, with lines of beads worked in to add a little shimmer.

The beads move through the shawl in neatly repetitive rows and the bead patterning is visible on both sides of the shawl. The shawl fades through four colors and the color changes are worked so there’s only two ends for each color. The pattern uses post stitches, but is otherwise beginner friendly, and is easily customized.

Yarn, Beads, and Other Materials
The pattern is designed as a fade and uses an equal amount of four coordinating colors in any color style. The pattern can be adjusted to work with any amount of any number of colors. The beads and texture add visual interest so the shawl looks amazing even in one solid color.

I recommend a bead that contrasts sharply with your yarn so that the beads are clearly visible.

The pattern calls for an 5.0mm/H hook for crocheting and a 1.4mm/8 steel hook for beading. Adjust the hook as needed for the size of your yarn and the steel hook can be swapped out for beading tool of your choice. If you’re using smaller beads, you may want a smaller steel hook.

The pattern needs 650 size 4/0 beads for a DK shawl. Adjust the bead size as needed for your yarn - the beads are added as you go, so the bead needs to fit comfortably around two strands of yarn. I recommend 6/0 beads for fingering weight, 4/0 beads for sport/DK weight, or 2/0 beads for worsted/aran weight. The amount of beads needed will vary with any pattern modifications.

Customizations
Notes are included for adjusting the following:
bead spacing; adding/removing bead sections; adding/removing rows in any solid or bead section; adjusting colors

Skills Required
ch, dc, hdc, post sts, beading as you go, changing colors, counting rows, counting sts

Construction
The shawl is worked side-to-side to form an asymmetrical triangle. The shawl is crocheted in one piece without seaming and the color changes are worked without cutting the yarn, so there’s only ever two ends per skein.

 

How It Works
The pattern will be sent to your email address that you use to place your order. 

Pattern Stats
Finished Size: Adjustable; 55”/140 by 41”/104cm
Yarn: You can use any of MollyGirl's dk weight yarns! You'll need apx 100g of each color.
Hook(s): US Size H (5.0 mm) plus a hook for adding beads
Gauge: 14 stitches and 8 rows = 4 inches in dc

About The Designer

Rachy Newin Designs provide crocheters with the opportunity to make something truly beautiful, with high end yarns that are a joy to work with. They highlight the beauty of natural fibers and hand dyed yarns, and emphasize the artistry that can be created with crochet. The patterns are fun to work up and gorgeous to wear, and are full of tips and tricks for adding a smoother, more polished, and finished look to any project. Patterns also contain as much flexibility and customizability as possible so that you can create something that suits you perfectly.

All patterns and any associated images, schematics, and charts are copyright Rachy Newin Designs and may not be distributed in part or in whole without express written permission. Handmade objects created from the patterns are not subject to copyright and you can do as you please with your finished object. Links back to my design and tags on social are always appreciated!

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