Chocolate Bar Headband: free crochet pattern



Headbands are nice small accessories saving us from cold and wind in any weather. They are fast to make and can become a wonderful last minute gift. Chocolate Bar Headband crochet pattern was designed exclusively for Happily Hooked magazine. And now, when copyright came back to me, it is released as a stand-alone pattern. Hope you’ll enjoy!

Chocolate Bar Headband_free crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

 

Materials


Scheepjes Merino Soft and Merino Soft Brush 50g (50% Wool Superwash Merino, 25% Microfiber, 25% Acrylic):

Yarn A Merino Soft 605 Hogarth x 1 skein
Yarn B Merino Soft Brush 257 Van der Leck x 1 skein

4.5mm crochet hook
Yarn needle to weave in tails

Merino Soft and Merino Soft Brush yarns are available in local Scheepjes shops and via online retailers:

WoolWarehouse*, Deramores*, Black Sheep Wools* (all in UK with international shipping)
Caro’s Atelier* (NL and Europe)
KnottyHouse* (Canada)

Chocolate Bar Headband_free crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com
My beautiful friends Xenia and Barry as models :)

Measurements

Approx. 56cm x 11cm (22” x 4.3”)

Gauge

20 sts x 22 rows = 10 x 10cm/4 x 4” with sc and 4.5mm hook


Abbreviations (US crochet terms)


beg beginning
ch chain stitch
dc (double crochet): yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a lp, [yo, pull through 2 loops] twice.
RS right side
sc (single crochet): insert hook in indicated stitch, yo, draw up a loop, yo and pull through both loops on hook.
st(s) stitch(es)
WS wrong side
yo yarn over
*…….; rep from * to ….. work the instructions after * and then repeat that section as instructed
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Pattern Notes:

  • Headband is worked in rows in back and forth. Change to new color on the last yarn over in the end of the row, when there are 2 loops on the hook. Colors are changed after every two rows unless otherwise stated in the pattern. Don’t cut yarn but carry it along the edge to next rows.
  • Ch1 in the beg of each row doesn’t count as a st.

INSTRUCTIONS


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An original LillaBjörnCrochet Design (Tatsiana Kupryianchyk). Copyright 2014-2019. All rights reserved. This pattern is for personal use only. It cannot be sold, redistributed or edited in any way. Translations and video-tutorials are not allowed without permission. You can sell your finished products, but you cannot use my pictures to promote them. Please, always credit me as a designer of this pattern. Thank you!
 
With Yarn A ch24.

Row 1 (WS): sc in second ch from the hook, sc in each ch to end (change to B in final st), turn – 23 sc
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Row 2 (RS): With Yarn B, ch1, sc in first st, *ch1, skip next st, sc in next; repeat from * to end, turn – 12 sc and 11 ch-1 spaces

Row 3: Continue with Yarn B, ch1, sc in first st, *ch1, skip next ch-1 space, sc in next st; repeat from * to end (change to Yarn A in final st), turn – 12 sc and 11 ch-1 spaces
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Row 4: With Yarn A, ch1, sc in first st, *dc in skipped st from 3 rows below (working in front of ch-1 spaces – here and throughout), skip ch-1 space behind dc, sc in next st; repeat from * to end, turn – 11 dc and 12 sc
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Row 5: Continue with Yarn A, ch1, sc in each st to end (change to Yarn B in final st), turn – 23 sts

Row 6: With Yarn B, ch1, sc in first 2 sts, *ch1, skip next st, sc in next; repeat from * to last st, sc in last, turn – 13 sc and 10 ch-1 sps

Row 7: Continue with Yarn B, ch1, sc in first 2 sts, *ch1, skip next ch-1 space, sc in next; repeat from * to last st, sc in last (change to Yarn A), turn – 13 sc and 10 ch-1 sps

Row 8: With Yarn A, ch1, sc in first 2 sts, *dc in skipped st from 3 rows below, skip ch-1 space, sc in next st; repeat from * to last sc, sc in last, turn – 19 dc and 13 sc

Row 9: Continue with Yarn A, ch1, sc in each st to end (change to Yarn B in final st), turn – 23 sts

Repeat rows 2-9 five more times (49 rows in total)

Repeat rows 2-3 once more (51 rows in total)

Division of the band

First half

Row 52: With Yarn A, ch1, sc in first st, *dc in skipped st from 3 rows below, skip ch-1 space behind dc, sc in next st; repeat from * 4 more times, turn – 5 dc and 6 sc

Row 53: Continue with Yarn A, ch1, sc in each st to end (change to B in final st), turn – 11 sts

Repeat Rows 6-9 once more – 11 sts

Repeat Rows 2-9 once more – 11 sts

Repeat rows 2-3 once more (16 rows in total). Fasten off and cut both yarns.
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Second half

With RS facing you attach Yarn A with ss in fist sc on Row 51 after first half.

Row 52: With Yarn A, ch1, sc in same st as join, *dc in skipped st from 3 rows below, skip ch-1 space behind dc, sc in next st; repeat from * 4 more times, turn – 5 dc and 6 sc

Row 53: Continue with Yarn A, ch1, sc in each st to end (change to Yarn B in final st), turn – 11 sts

Repeat Rows 6-9 once more – 11 sts

Repeat Rows 2-9 once more – 11 sts

Repeat rows 2-3 once more and change to Yarn A in final st, don’t fasten off! – 16 rows in total
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Putting both halves together

Flip first half over second one (use a sewing pin to hold them together) and crochet next row on the top of both half beginning on the second one:

With Yarn A, ch1, sc in fist st, *dc in skipped st from 3 rows below, skip ch-1 space behind dc, sc in next st; repeat from * 4 more times, 2sc in first st of the first half, *dc in skipped st from two rows below, skip ch-1 space behind dc, sc in next st; repeat from * to end, turn – 10 dc and 13 sc

Next row: Continue with Yarn A, ch1, sc in each st to end (change to Yarn B in final st), turn – 23 sts.

TIP: To adjust the length of the band make more or less rows on the next part. If you adjust the length, please, make sure the band is finished either with Row 4 or Row 8. This will help to make the seam invisible.

Repeat rows 6-9 once more – 23 sts

Repeat Rows 2-9 five times – 23 sts

Repeat Rows 2-4 once more, fasten off and cut both yarn leaving approx. 40cm tail of Yarn A.

Sew short sides of the headband using yarn tail and needle.
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Finishing

Work evenly with Yarn A and sc along both edges of the band. Insert the hook under the floats of yarn on the edge to hide them. To begin, attach Yarn A with ss under the flap, ch1, sc in same st as join and continue to crochet with sc until you come to flap again, fasten off. Repeat for another edge. Weave in all tails.
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Living Lagom Shawl: FREE crochet pattern (US terms)



Living Lagom Shawl is about happy and balanced life. Slightly asymmetrical it combines chunky cables with lace parts. For additional softness and comfort. Enjoy!

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Nederlands - vertaald door Carmen Jorissen (New Leaf Designs)

Norsk - Oversatt av Hilde Tindlund (Road Rash)

English - UK terms 

 

 Materials:

Scheepjes Namaste 100g/85m (50% Virgin Wool x 50% Acrylic):
614 Warrior x 5 skeins
7mm crochet hook
Tapestry needle to weave in tails

Namaste yarn is available in local Scheepjes shops and via online retailers:

WoolWarehouse*, Deramores*, Black Sheep Wools* (all in UK with international shipping)
Caro’sAtelier* (NL and Europe)
KnottyHouse* (Canada), Taemombo (US and Canada)


Gauge:

11 dc x 6 rows = 10cm/4” after blocking


Measurements:

Approx. 155cm x 70cm (61” x 27.5”)

Abbreviations (US crochet terms)

beg beginning
ch chain stitch
st(s) stitch(es)
sp(s) spaces
RS right side
WS wrong side
yo yarn over
prev previous

Stitch Guide


dc (double crochet): yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, [yo, pull through 2 loops] twice.
BPdc (back post double crochet): yo, insert hook from back to front to back around the post of indicated stitch, yo, draw up a loop, [yo, pull through 2 loops] twice.
FPdc (front post double crochet): yo, insert hook from front to back to front around the post of indicated stitch, yo, draw up a loop, [yo, pull through 2 loops] twice.
FPtr (front post treble crochet): yo twice, insert hook from front to back to front around the post of indicated stitch, yo, draw up a loop, [yo, pull through 2 loops] 3 times.
FPtr2tog (front post treble crochet 2 together): *yo twice, insert hook from front to back to front around the post of indicated stitch, yo, draw up a loop, [yo, pull through 2 loops] twice* twice, yo, pull through all 3 loops on hook.
FPtr3tog (front post treble crochet 3 together): *yo twice, insert hook from front to back to front around the post of indicated stitch, yo, draw up a loop, [yo, pull through 2 loops] twice* three times, yo, pull through all 4 loops on hook.
sc (single crochet): insert hook in indicated stitch, yo, draw up a loop, yo and pull through both loops on hook.
ss (slip stitch): insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw yarn up and pull second loop through the first loop on hook.

INSTRUCTIONS


An original LillaBjörnCrochet Design (Tatsiana Kupryianchyk). Copyright 2014-2019. All rights reserved. This pattern is for personal use only. It cannot be sold, redistributed or edited in any way. Translations and video-tutorials are not allowed without permission. You can sell your finished products, but you cannot use my pictures to promote them. Please, always credit me as a designer of this pattern. Thank you!

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Row 1 RS: Make magic ring, ch3 (doesn’t count as a st here and throughout), 3dc into ring, tighten ring, turn – 3 dc

Row 2 WS: Ch3, dc in first st, dc in next st, 3dc in last st, turn – 5 dc

Row 3: Ch3, dc in first st, FPdc around same st, FPdc around each of next 3 sts, dc in last st, turn – 6 sts

Row 4: Ch3, dc in first st, BPdc around each of next 5 sts, 2dc in last ch3-sp, turn – 8 sts

Row 5: Ch4 (counts as first dc and ch1-sp – here and throughout), dc in first st, skip next 3 sts of prev row, FPtr around each of next 3 sts, FPtr around each of 3 skipped sts, dc in last st, turn – 3 dc, 6 FPtr, 1 ch1-sp

Row 6: Ch3, dc in first st, BPdc around each of next 6 sts, dc in next st, ch1, (dc, ch1, dc) in third ch in the beg of prev row, turn – 4 dc, 6 BPdc, 2 ch1-sps

Row 7: Ch4, dc in first st, [ch1, skip next sp, dc in next st] twice, FPdc around each of next 6 sts, dc in last st, turn – 5 dc, 6 FPdc, 3 ch1-sps

Row 8: Ch3, dc in first st, BPdc around each of next 6 sts, dc in next st, ch3, skip next sp and st, sc in next sp, ch3, skip next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in third ch in the beg of prev row, turn – 4 dc, 6 BPdc, 1 sc, 2 ch3-sps, 1 ch1-sp

Row 9: Ch3, 2dc in first st, dc in next sp, dc in next st, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, skip 3 sts, FPtr around each of next 3 sts, FPtr around each of 3 skipped sts, dc in last st, turn – 8 dc, 6 FPtr, 3 ch1-sps

Row 10: Ch3, dc in first st, BPdc around each of next 6 sts, dc in next st, ch3, skip next sp and st, sc in next sp, ch3, skip next st and sp, dc in next st, BPdc around each of next 3 sts, 2dc in last sp, turn – 5 dc, 9 BPdc, 1 sc, 2 ch3-sps

Row 11: Ch4, dc in first st, FPdc around each of next 4 sts, dc in next st, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, FPdc around each of next 6 sts, dc in last st, turn – 7 dc, 10 FPdc, 4 ch1-sps

Row 12: Ch3, dc in first st, BPdc around each of next 6 sts, dc in next st, ch3, skip next sp and st, sc in next sp, ch3, skip next st and sp, dc in next st, BPdc around each of next 4 sts, dc in next st, ch1, (dc, ch1, dc) in third ch in the beg of prev row, turn – 6 dc, 10 BPdc, 1 sc, 2 ch3-sps, 2 ch1-sps

Row 13: Ch4, dc in first st, [ch1, skip sp, dc in next st] twice, skip 2 sts, FPtr around each of next 2 sts, FPtr around each of 2 skipped sts, dc in next st, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, skip 3 sts, FPtr around each of next 3 sts, FPtr around each of 3 skipped sts, dc in last st, turn – 9 dc, 10 FPtr, 6 ch1-sps

Row 14: Ch3, dc in first st, BPdc around each of next 6 sts, dc in next st, ch3, skip next sp and st, sc in next sp, ch3, skip next st and sp, dc in next st, BPdc around each of next 4 sts, dc in next st, ch3, skip next sp and st, sc in next sp, ch3, 3dc in third ch in the beg of prev row, turn – 7 dc, 10 BPtr, 2 sc, 4 ch3-sps

Pattern repeat

Row 15 RS: Ch4 (doesn’t count as a st here and to the end of pattern repeat), dc in first st, dc in each st until next ch3-sp, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, 4FPdc, dc in next st, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, 6FPdc, dc in last st, turn – 11 dc, 10 FPdc, 6 ch1-sps

Row 16 WS: Ch3, dc in first st, 6BPdc, dc in next st, ch3, skip next sp and st, sc in next sp, ch3, skip next st and sp, dc in next st, 4BPdc, dc in next st, ch3, skip next sp and st, sc in next sp, ch3, skip next st and sp, dc in next st, dc in each st to end, 2dc in last ch4-sp, turn – 9 dc, 10 BPdc, 2 sc, 4 ch3-sps

Row 17: Ch4, dc in first st, dc in each st until next ch3-sp, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, skip 2 sts, FPtr around each of next 2 sts, FPtr around each of 2 skipped sts, dc in next st, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, skip 3 sts, FPtr around each of next 3 sts, FPtr around each of 3 skipped sts, dc in last st, turn – 13 dc, 10 FPtr, 6 ch1-sps

Row 18: Ch3, dc in first st, 6BPdc, dc in next st, ch3, skip next sp and st, sc in next sp, ch3, skip next st and sp, dc in next st, 4BPdc, dc in next st, ch3, skip next sp and st, sc in next sp, ch3, skip next st and sp, dc in next st, dc in each st to end, 2dc in last ch4-sp, turn – 11 dc, 10 BPdc, 2 sc, 4 ch3-sps

End of Pattern Repeat

Rows 19-66: Repeat rows 15-18 12 more times (you’ll get 16 twists in total of large cable) – 59 dc, 10 BPdc, 2 sc, 4 ch3-sps.

Row 67 RS: Ch4 (counts as first dc and ch1-sp – here and to the end of the pattern), dc in first st, [ch1, skip next st, dc in next st] until next ch3-sp, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, 4FPdc, dc in next st, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, 6FPdc, dc in last st, turn – 37 dc, 10 FPdc, 34 ch1-sps

Row 68 WS: Ch3, dc in first st, 6BPdc, dc in next st, ch3, skip next sp and st, sc in next sp, ch3, skip next st and sp, dc in next st, 4BPdc, dc in next st, [ch3, skip next sp and st, sc in next sp, ch3, skip next st and sp, dc in next st] until last sp, ch1, (dc, ch1, dc) in third ch in the beg of prev row, turn – 16 dc, 10 BPdc, 11 sc, 22 ch3-sps, 2 ch1-sps

Row 69: Ch4, dc in first st, [ch1, skip sp, dc in next st] twice, *[ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st* until first BPdc, skip 2 sts, FPtr around each of next 2 sts, FPtr around each of 2 skipped sts, dc in next st, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, skip 3 sts, FPtr around each of next 3 sts, FPtr around each of 3 skipped sts, dc in last st, turn – 39 dc, 10 FPtr, 36 ch1-sps

Row 70: As Row 68 making last dc of repeat in third ch in the beg of prev row, ch1, dc in same ch, turn – 16 dc, 10 BPdc, 12 sc, 24 ch3-sps, 1 ch1-sp

Row 71: Ch4, dc first st, ch1, skip sp, dc in next st, *[ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st* until first BPdc, 4FPdc, dc in next st, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, 6FPdc, dc in last st, turn – 41 dc, 10 FPdc, 38 ch1-sps

Row 72: As Row 68 making repeat until 2 dc and 2 ch1-sps left, ch1, skip sp, dc in next dc, ch1, (dc, ch1, dc) in third ch in the beg of prev row, turn – 18 dc, 10 BPdc, 12 sc, 24 ch3-sps, 3 ch1-sps

Row 73: Ch4, dc in first st, [ch1, skip sp, dc in next st] x3, *[ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st* until first BPdc, skip 2 sts, FPtr around each of next 2 sts, FPtr around each of 2 skipped sts, dc in next st, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, skip 3 sts, FPtr around each of next 3 sts, FPtr around each of 3 skipped sts, dc in last st, turn – 43 dc, 10 FPtr, 40 ch1-sps

Row 74: As Row 68 - 18 dc, 10 BPdc, 13 sc, 26 ch3-sps, 2 ch1-sps

Row 75: Ch4, dc in first st, [ch1, skip sp, dc in next st] twice, *[ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st* until first BPdc, 4FPdc, dc in next st, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, 6FPdc, dc in last st, turn – 45 dc, 10 FPdc, 42 ch1-sps

Row 76: As Row 68 making last dc of repeat in third ch in the beg of prev row, ch1, dc in same ch, turn – 18 dc, 10 BPdc, 14 sc, 28 ch3-sps, 1 ch1-sp

Row 77: Ch4, dc first st, ch1, skip sp, dc in next st, *[ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st* until first BPdc, skip 2 sts, FPtr around each of next 2 sts, FPtr around each of 2 skipped sts, dc in next st, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st, skip 3 sts, FPtr around each of next 3 sts, FPtr around each of 3 skipped sts, dc in last st, turn – 47 dc, 10 FPtr, 44 ch1-sps

Row 78: As Row 72 – 20 dc, 10 BPdc, 14 sc, 28 ch3-sps, 3 ch1-sps

Row 79: Ch4, dc in first st, [ch1, skip sp, dc in next st] x3, *[ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next st* until first BPdc, ch1, [FPtr2tog over next 2 sts] twice, ch1, dc in next dc, [ch1, dc in next sp] twice, ch1, dc in next dc, ch2, [FPtr3tog over next 3 sts] twice, ch2, ss in last st.
Fasten off. Block shawl to measurements.

Congratulations! Your Living Lagom shawl is now finished!


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Living Lagom Shawl: reveal



This Monday was very unusual in Brno. I woke up in the middle of nowhere. Everything was covered with snow. And it was still falling heavily. I swear, I had to take an umbrella on the way to my friend Xenia. We had an appointment for a photography. And it was just the perfect day to capture my newest Living Lagom Shawl. Who knows, maybe we won’t see that much snow in years now.
Living Lagom Shawl. FREE crochet patetrn by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

I was cold, I was wet, I was happy.

If you checked my blog last week, you have probably seen sneak peeks of this design. And I was also talking about source of my inspiration.
Living Lagom Shawl. FREE crochet patetrn by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

Living Lagom shawl was one of those designs which come out to the world naturally. Starting with the name, crochet concept and even pattern writing.

I believe it took me just three evenings to crochet the entire piece. Well, no wonder if you use bulky yarn (you'll need 5 skeins) and 7 mm hook*. And working with Namaste yarn by Scheepjes was a pure pleasure. This yarn is so soft, and so hugging.
Living Lagom Shawl. FREE crochet patetrn by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

I chose light grey color for myself, because I am fond of monochrome simple colors. And grey is just perfect to suite almost everything. But Namaste yarn comes in 34 gorgeous shades: both pastel and vibrant. And you really have what to choose from.
Living Lagom Shawl. FREE crochet patetrn by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

Namaste yarn is available in local Scheepjes shops and via online retailers:

WoolWarehouse*, Deramores*, Black Sheep Wools* (all in UK with international shipping)
Caro’sAtelier* (NL and Europe)
KnottyHouse* (Canada), Taemombo (US and Canada)
Living Lagom Shawl. FREE crochet patetrn by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

I tried to keep Living Lagom shawl simple but with a certain touch of intricate details. So that it’s not too much, and not too little. Just “lagom”, or “just right”. And I hope I could achieve this balance.
Living Lagom Shawl. FREE crochet patetrn by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

The pattern will be written for one size, but it will be possible to play with measurements and make your own shawl smaller or larger. Just what you prefer.

Instructions will be published next week. So… get your yarn and hook ready! And see you then.

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Shells and Stones Cabled Shawl: new pattern



Crochet Cables will always be in trend. They are fun to make and they add a nice texture to crochet fabric. Over last couple of years classical crochet cables were rethought, transformed and mixed with overlay crochet. They can be made over any stitch. And that’s even more fun. My Shells and Stones Cabled shawl is an example of such “new cables”.

Shells and Stones shawl pattern was designed exclusively for Happily Hooked Magazine. And now when copyright came back to me, it can finally be published as a stand-alone pattern.

Instructions were polished, and I have added two charts (yay!), rectangular version of the shawl and a tutorial of how to make it with two colors. A step-by-step photo tutorial is also available in the end of the pattern. Pictures show tricky places and explain placement of the stitches.

Shells and Stones Shawl is available with 30% discount HERE on Ravelry and HERE on Etsy through Monday, January 28, 2019. The price you see is final and no codes are needed. After that day the pattern will be listed at a regular price.

Shells and Stones Shawl has an asymmetrical triangular shape with gentle cables and bobbles placed over airy “linen stitch” fabric. The pattern is repetitive, and once you get the rhythm it becomes pretty mindless. 

Shawl’s body is made on one color, and then linen border is added along two sides, with a gentle lace edging.

The pattern was written for a fine and soft yarn (fingering), and in combination with a slightly larger hook it creates a very draping and “squishy” fabric.

For my sample I used Our Tribe yarn by Scheepjes in two shades: 880 Silver Birch (3 skeins) and 882 Blue Flower Haze (1 skein), and 4mm crochet hook which is slightly bigger for this yarn.

Our Tribe yarn is available for purchase via local Scheepjes shops and online retailers:

Wool Warehouse*, Deramores*, Black Sheep Wools* (all three in UK, international shipping)
Caro’s Atelier* (NL and Europe)
Taemombo (US and Canada)
Knotty House* (Canada)

Laura Jackson was helping me with testing, and she chose Blue Flower Haze in combination with Iris Garden.

And Astrid Keijser went for bright orange in combination with cream.

Shells and Stones pattern can be easily adapted for a rectangular shape, and I’ve included both written row-by-row instructions and another chart to help you. If you decide to make a blanket, please tag me, or share a picture with me. I would like to see, and I bet it will feel great!

I used single color for a cabled stitch pattern, but it can also be made with two colors at the same time. Here is the effect you can achieve with 2 yarns.

In case you would like to recreate it either with triangular or rectangular shape – please, check a detailed tutorial in the end of the pattern explaining how to use two yarns and how to change color in the end of the rows.

Shells and Stones Shawl is available with 30% discount HERE on Ravelry and HERE on Etsy through Monday, January 28, 2019. The price you see is final and no codes are needed. After that day the pattern will be listed at a regular price.

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