An awesome piece!
To quote Kristi on this beauty:
"A light breezy shawl for day or evening wear, sparkling with beads throughout the body of the shawl flowing into the border and edge.
"Worn as a scarf, tied in back as a shrug or thrown over your shoulders, it's a versatile crescent shaped shawl for those chilly spring days or summer evenings."
The shawl can be made with or without beads; if using beads, you can choose to put them only in th eborder and not the body of the shawl or all over -- instructions are very complete and include all sorts of tips.
Materials: Fingering or Lace weight yarn 370-650 yds; size 6/0 seed beads & 1.15mm crochet hook for fingering, size 8/0 beads & 1.10mm crochet hook for lace weight
Size US 6/4.00mm or US5/ 3.75mm (see gauge) circular needles from 24-40”, tapestry needle
Large shawl 66”x 22”: 500-650 yds, 650 beads/40gr - That's the one in the top photo here and again as the last one on this page.
Medium shawl 64”x 21”: 450-525 yds, 600 beads/40gr - That's the Dark Shawl, in the second photograph.
Small shawl 58/60”x 19/20”: 400-475 yds, 400-500 beads/25-30gr - Shown as the Rainbow shawl third on this page.
Shawlette 54/56” x 16/18”: 370-425 yds, 300-400 beads – 20-25 gr
What we offer here is the hard copy of this pattern.
Wow! So many wonderful options! A great project indeed.