Reminiscent of the scales of a dragon, this lace pattern is bold enough to stand out, even when worked in a self-striping yarn. Tassels and semi-precious stone beads dress up this shawl, adding weight to the ends to create a beautiful drape and keep the shawl in place. Make sure to download the free Firedrake Lace Shawl pattern.
It’s looks beautiful can’t wait to Crochett one ❤️
The difference in Stitch Count referred to in my previous comment may be due to the “turning chain” that you count as one stitch and I may have counted it as three. Sorry for the confusion.
In written instructions, I think you may be missing the very last CH 7 before the final TR stitch at the END of ROW 8 (It is correct on row 4) and I’m not sure if the stitch count for that row is correct; I get 136 stitches, not 134 – but I’m not 100% sure. I tend to start out with the written instructions then go to the chart as I get more comfortable with the pattern. I made the shawl with a self-striping cake in purples and pinks and it is gorgeous!! Great for our southern weather. Thank you for this pattern!