Wind and Sea Shawl pattern PDF

Wind and Sea Shawl pattern PDF

Explore the mysteries of hybrid crochet (aka Tunisian crochet) in an asymmetrical triangular shawl. In this interesting technique, each row has a forward pass where you pick up loops on a long hook, then a return pass where you work across those stitches and end with just one loop on your hook. A simple variation creates a beautiful lace pattern that showcases the striped colors beautifully. It’s especially fun to use a set of mini-skeins or a variegated yarn.

This is an advanced beginner project but appropriate for an adventurous first-time hybrid crocheters since it starts with just a few stitches.

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Wind and Sea Shawl kits are available and include the pattern PDF.

4" = 21 sts and 10.5 rows in Wind and Sea Stitch, blocked
Note: yarn shown usually knits at 28-32 sts to 4" in Stocking Stitch

Width: 48(70)" at widest point
Length: 16(22)"

215 (420) yards fingering weight yarn in main color
140 (270) yards fingering weight yarn in contrast color
US I (5.5 mm) 13” or longer Tunisian crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
yarn needle
pins (for blocking)

Yarns shown:

Knitted Wit Sock (80% superwash merino wool/20% nylon; 420 yards/4 ounces)

Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sock Multi (75% wool/25% nylon; 215 yards/58 grams)

Malabrigo Sock (100% superwash merino wool; 440 yards/100 grams)