Shells & Trebles Pattern Release
I’m so excited to share my latest pattern for sale with you! The Shells & Trebles Shawlette is a great late summer/early fall accessory to have. You can wear this shawlette over your shoulders for coverage without getting too hot. It’s also small enough to wear it as a scarf if you need more comfort and warmth. The entire piece is made using the treble (triple) crochet stitch making the stitches taller and more open for a lace-like quality.
For your convenience, the Shells & Trebles Shawlette pattern will be on sale (via Ravelry PDF download) for its release at 25 % off the original price of $4.
The Shells & Trebles Shawlette sale will run from
07/28/2016 (9:00 AM EST) to 07/30/2016 (11:59 PM EST).
Click HERE to purchase your discounted PDF pattern or click the “buy now” button below.
For this pattern, I used KnitPicks Lindy Chain (KnitPicks affiliate link) yarn, which is a #1 fingering weight yarn. Each ball has 180 yards and I used 2 balls. Lindy Chain is 70% linen and 30% pima cotton. When working with this yarn, it has a crisp feel to it making it feel a little bit tough. However, I found that when continuously working with it, the yarn softened. Since Lindy Chain is a mixture of natural fibers, it will respond really well to blocking. If you use a natural fiber to make your Shells & Trebles Shawlette, be sure to block it once your finished to open up the stitches and show off your beautiful handiwork. One of my testers, Holly C., decided to make her shawlette with Lion Brand Landscapes yarn which is 100% acrylic and a #4 worsted weight. As you can see (the colorful picture on the bottom left) the shawlette responds well to a thicker sized yarn. This will undoubtedly yield a bigger shawl. This is one of the beauties of this shawlette. Even though I made the original in natural fiber it also works well with any other fiber type.
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As you can also see, this pattern can be easily customized to your need by adding an accent accessory to it (bottom left picture). Another tester, Margaret of Blitzing Cazza’s Crafty Creations, decided to add a unique touch to hers with the addition of a button. You can also do this if you’d like though instructions aren’t included since this was an addition by the tester.
I want to give a huge thank you to the ladies who tested this pattern, Holly C. and Margaret. They were valuable in getting this pattern released. And for that I appreciate them.
What do you think? Let me know your thoughts on this beautiful design. As always, much love and happy hooking!