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Girasole Shawl Pattern

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Pattern: Girasole Shawl

The Girasole Shawl by Karen Whooley is a side-to-side crescent shawl that looks complicated but actually is very easy to construct. Working from one end you will create all the fabric – including the edging – all at once. With a simple-to-memorize, six-row repeat, Girasole (which means sunflower in Italian) will be a go-to shawl when you need something lightweight to wear but want to keep your shoulders warm.

This intermediate pattern calls for 900 yards of fingering weight yarn and a 3.0 mm crochet hook.

This pattern is delivered as a 6-page Downloadable PDF, which you can view and/or print.

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