Crescent Shawlette Knit Pattern
Item 930047
Design by Amy Gunderson. The deep lacy edge holds your interest and our Rustic™ wool yarn keeps you warm wherever you wear this wonderful shawl.
Skill Level: Easy
Size: Depth in center: 14¾" (37.5cm)
Width from end to end: 54" (137cm)
Materials: Willow Yarns™ Rustic
• 732241-0013 Clove (4 balls)
• US size 9 (5.5mm) 32" circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge
• US size 10 (6mm) 32" circular needle (used for casting on only)
Extras: Yarn needle
CAD 6.74
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(based on 2 reviews)

September 09, 2014
"Perfect for a First time fair isle project This was my first fair isle and had fun knitting. Colors were true to screen photos. I think slouchy turned a little too big for me. In DK weight it will come out just perfect. I did have difficulty finishing but received great and fast assistance from personnel via email. Will continue w/fair isle Willow projects."
March 02, 2013
"Too hard for me! I had to give up on this pattern, because it was too hard for me. I think it should be rated "intermediate" or "difficult " instead of "easy." I had not attempted a pattern that was worked on both sides before, and I found it very hard to keep track of. I couldn't get through the first 8 rows of the pattern one time. I started over three times...... It's so cute, I may try it again some day."