Gold Shimmer Shawl

This shawl has a soft gold shimmer, catching the light every way you turn. You will be sure to receive compliments from this half-hexagonal shawl. 
I used three skeins of Vanna's Glamour in Topaz with a G hook. 
Ch 6, join with sl st to form ring
Row 1: ch 4 (counts as dc, ch1), (3dc, ch2, 3dc, ch2, 3dc, ch1) in loop, dc in loop
Row 2: ch4 (counts as dc, ch1), turn, 2dc in ch 1 sp, *sk next dc, dc in next dc, sk next dc, (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in ch 2 sp; rep from * across once more, sk next dc,dc in next dc, sk next dc, 2dc in ch 1 sp, ch 1, dc in last dc
Row 3: ch4 (counts as dc, ch1), turn, 2dc in ch 1 sp, *sk next dc, dc in each dc until last dc before ch 2 sp, sk next dc, (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in ch 2 sp; rep from * across once more, sk next dc, dc in each dc until last dc before ch 2 sp, 2 dc in ch 1 sp, ch1, dc in last dc

Repeat row 3 until shawl is desired size. I repeated row 3 35 more times. If you repeat it a different amount of times, you may have to play around with the edging, and fudge it a bit. 
For the edging: 
Shell: 2dc, ch2, 2dc 
Row 1: ch3 (counts as dc), turn, shell in ch 1 sp, (sk next 3 dc, *shell in next dc, sk 4 dc; rep from * across to last 3 dc before corner ch 2 sp, sk next 3 dc, shell, ch1, shell in ch 2 sp), rep from ( to ) once more, sk next 3 dc, rep from * across to last 3 dc before ch 1 sp, sk next 3 dc, shell in ch 1 sp, dc in last dc
Row 2: ch3, turn, shell in every ch 2 or ch 1 sp across, dc in last dc

Fasten off, and weave in any remaing ends. 
The finished shawl is 50" across the top, and 18" from the top to the bottom. 
I just love this soft color! So neutral, and will match so much!
I hope you enjoy this pattern!
Xoxo, Alyssa 

Comments

  1. I forgot what does sp stand for in this pattern? Thank you ahead for your help I can't wait to try this pattern it's so pretty.

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  2. It's beautiful. I like your lacy stitch combination. I pinned it for future reference. Thank you for the tutorial!

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  3. This is such a beautiful shawl! I love the metallic shine of the Glamour yarn. There are so many great #2 yarn alternatives for this too! I am excited to try my hand at this. Pinned.
    Would love if you shared it at our Yarn Fanatic Party - http://eyeloveknots.blogspot.com/2015/05/yarn-fanatic-party-37-string-theory.html.
    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com

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  4. Its really lovely, found you on the linky. Love the color of the shawl, Thanks for the pattern. :-)
    ~Crystal
    http://krystlewv.blogspot.com
    A Day In My Life, Crochet & Reviews

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  5. It's really a lovely shawl and a super easy pattern. Thank you for sharing.

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  6. Thanks for sharing! I think I might be able to make a successful shawl with this.

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  8. Beautiful... want to do it but I have a question as it is not clear in my head... when you say:

    Row 1: ch 4 (counts as dc, ch1), (3dc, ch2, 3dc, ch2, 3dc, ch1) in loop, dc in loop

    So, we chain 4 and then 1... up to there it is ok... now what is in between brackets, I presume that is the repetition for the row... but when you say in loop... do we stitch in the first stitch or do we have to go to the second stitch or...??? And when you say dc in loop... euh... which loop is it the last one because it is not in the brackets?

    Looking forward to read you to start knitting :D Thank you

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    1. The initial ch 6 is formed into a ring. This is the loop. You ch 4, which counts as the first dc and a ch 1. Then you dc 3 times, ch 2, dc 3 times, ch 2, dc 3 times, ch 1, and dc. All of this is in the original ch 6 loop. There is only one loop, the initial one from the joined ch 6, so the entire row is stitched into this.
      Hope this helps!

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