Pattern: Sumire’s Shawl

I actually released this mid-August, but I was too busy to post about it till now.  I love all of my designs, but there’s something really special about this one.  Maybe it’s the yarn, maybe it’s the design, but I definitely want another Sumire!

It’s a very open shawl, so one skein of luxury lace yarn is perfect for it.

It also makes a great scarf.  I love wearing as a scarf; one of my (guy) friends “borrowed” it for fun and was surprised by how warm it was, despite it’s airiness.

Worked from point-to-point, Sumire’s Shawl uses the most of a skein of lace yarn. This shawl takes the concepts from Geoui and adds some complexity, creating a lovely shawl that is delicate and beautiful. The shawl is named after the flowery patterns in the body and motifs; “sumire” means violet in Japanese.

As always, there are instructions on how to make it larger or smaller, depending on your preferred size.

This pattern is fully charted and written out. It is written in US terms.

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Additional Information:
Size: 64” x 26” (163cm x 66cm), customizable

Materials:
-Malabrigo Yarn Lace (470yd 430m/50g) – 1 skein
-Size E (3.5mm) hook
-Tapestry needle
-Blocking pins
-Blocking wires
-Marker

Abbreviations
ch – chain
sl st – slip stitch
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
tr – treble crochet
cl – cluster
yo – yarn over
dtr – double treble crochet
tch – turning chain
st(s) – stitch(es)
rep – repeat
sp – space
pm – place marker
m – marker

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About YuLianKnits

I have to say it: I LOVE GOD. I also enjoy creating things, whether it's through yarn or other crafty materials.
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One Response to Pattern: Sumire’s Shawl

  1. Snowcatcher says:

    I think that’s one of my favorite pieces you’ve created, too. Color definitely is part of it, but the lacy, flowery pattern are just out of this world. Love the name, too!

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