Through The Clouds Shawl - A Pattern From Rachy Newin Designs

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This listing is for a digital copy of this pattern; it will be automatically delivered to you via email when you purchase it.

 

About The Pattern, In The Designer's Words

It’s been cold and dreary for days and days, and the only thing getting me through has been gorgeously bright (and deliciously warm) crochet accessories. The Through the Clouds Shawl is perfect for when the gloom seems never ending - it’s designed to explode with color and the cashmere is all kinds of cozy.

Simple stitching and clever striping combine to make a totally unique accessory with the Through the Clouds Shawl. The pattern uses just sc and ch, but combines them in unusual ways to make an eye-catching shawl that’s a delight to work up and to wear.

Yarn, Yardage, and Colors
The pattern calls for a variegated or speckled color as the main color and two coordinating tonals as the contrast colors.

To make the shawl as stated, the pattern uses 860-1640yds/786-1500m/210-400g fingering weight total. It calls for 410-820yds/375-750m/100-200g of a variegated as color A, 205-410yds/187-275m/50-100g of a tonal as color B, 245-410yds/225-275m/60-100g of a tonal as color C.

If you’re customizing the pattern and want to calculate your own yardage, color A should be approximately half your total yardage. All your contrast colors combined should make up the other half of your yardage. As always, I recommend erring on the side of caution and getting slightly more yarn than you think you’ll need in every color.

Size
When gauge is met, 860yds/786m/210g of fingering weight will net a shawl that has a wingspan of 43.5”/110cm and measures 21.5”/55cm down the back. 1640yds/1500m/400g of fingering weight will net a shawl that has a wingspan of 72”/183cm and measures 34”/86cm down the back. Size can easily be customized by working extra/fewer repeats.

Modifications and Adjustments
Notes are included for adjusting the following:
Working with more/fewer colors; working more/fewer stripes; adjusting the size of each stripe; adding a border

Skills Required
ch, sc, changing colors, working flat

 

 

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

Pattern Stats
Finished Size: Adjustable. 210g shawl - 43.5”/110cm wingspan, 21.5”/55cm deep; 400g shawl - 72”/183cm wingspan, 34”/86cm deep
Yarn: You can use any of MollyGirl's dk weight yarns! You'll need apx 100g of each color.
Hook(s): US Size D (3.25 mm)
Gauge: 13 stitches and 16 rows = 2 inches in given stitch pattern

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!

I always appreciate it when people share and promote my patterns! If you’re doing so, you may use any pattern photo to which I own the copyright, as long as you do not edit the photo and you attribute it to Rachy Newin Designs by tagging the Rachy Newin Designs social profile and/or linking back to the pattern page.

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Please note: Colorways marked with an asterisk (*) may require one or more colors to be dyed to order. This will be done as expediently as possible after the trunk show is over, and we hope to ship all pre-orders within 1-2 weeks.


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