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Farfalla is the Italian word for ‘butterfly’. This shawlette bordered with little butterfly shells shows off a beautiful hand-dyed yarn with its simple construction.
What’s this: This is the Farfalla Shawl. It was designed in collaboration with Couleurs Mouton.
Why should I make this: This pattern was created in collaboration with Danièle of Couleurs Mouton. The beauty of her hand-dyed yarn is showcased by a simple stitch & a border worked as you work the main body. The beads around all 3 sides give this shawl a nice weight & a stunning look.
Pattern includes instructions for a shawlette (1 skein) & a shawl (2 skeins). I also explain how to work with beads, so no worries if you’re new to this.
When will this get the most use: Year-round!
Who is it for: Everyone who loves to wear shawls & scarves as accessories.
Where do I start: This pattern is rated Intermediate – You’ll need to be comfortable with crochet. You will need between 115g (shawlette) or 230g (shawl) of Light Fingering weight yarn (used here: Couleurs Mouton – Kargil) & a 3,5 mm hook. Other notions: 330 or 460 6mm glass beads, a yarn needle, and some stitch markers.