Who is ready for a lightweight triangle shawl? For the fans of the Moss Stitch, I’ve got a quick and easy project you can work up on a weekend. This pattern is ideal for intermediate crocheters with experience working with the Moss Stitch.
Here’s some quick info about the yarn and hook you’ll need in order to complete this pattern:
Yarn: For this project, I used 3 hanks of Darn Good Yarn’s “Lace Weight Silk Yarn”. The color I selected is called “Date Night”. This is a size 0 fingering lace yarn made out of recycled silk, so pay really close attention to the yarn care information on the label, as this is not a machine-washable project.
Not comfortable using a fingering yarn? No worries! You can use any yarn size you want. You will need to adjust the size of the shawl if you chose to use a heavier yarn, but it’s very simple to resize. Simply chain in odd numbers until you reach your desired shawl width and ta-da! Here are some suggested yarn weight and hook size combos you can substitute for the lace yarn:
Yarn weight Hook Size
Fingering yarn (size 0-1) 4 mm
Sport (size 2) 5.5 mm
DK (size 3) 7 mm
Worsted (size 4) 9 mm
Hook: you will definitely need a Tunisian hook in order to create this project as you will need to cast on 251 stitches….and that does not fit on a regular hook.
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