An­niver­sary Wrap

Crochet World - - Content - De­sign adapted by Emily Carter

FIN­ISHED MEA­SURE­MENTS

74 inches wide x 29 inches long, ex­clud­ing fringe

MA­TE­RI­ALS

• Red Heart Un­for­get­table medium (worsted) weight acrylic yarn (3½oz/ 270 yds/100g per ball): 2 balls #3943 stained glass

• Size L/11/8mm cro­chet hook or size needed to ob­tain gauge

• Ta­pes­try nee­dle

• Stitch mark­ers: 6

GAUGE

6 ch-6 sps = 5 inches; 5 rows = 5 inches Fan mo­tif rows 1 and 2 = ap­prox­i­mately 21/2 inches long

PAT­TERN NOTES

Weave in loose ends as work pro­gresses. Chain-9 at be­gin­ning of row counts as dou­ble cro­chet and chain-6 space. Be­fore work­ing row 1 of fan mo­tif, count ahead and place stitch mark­ers in chain-6 spa­ces where fan mo­tif is to be worked to avoid mis­count­ing and mis­place­ment of mo­tifs.

PAT­TERN STITCH

Fan mo­tif Row 1: Ch 1, 6 tr in in­di­cated sp, ch 1.

Row 2: Ch 1, 2 tr in each tr, ch 1.

Row 3: Sc be­tween 3rd and 4th tr, ch 6, sc be­tween 6th and 7th tr, ch 6, sc be­tween 9th and 10th tr.

WRAP

Ch 17. Row 1 (WS): Sc in 2nd ch from the hook (ch 6, sk 4 chs, sc in next ch) across. (4 sc, 3 ch-4 sps) Row 2: Ch 9 (see Pat­tern Notes), (sc in next ch-6 sp, ch 6) across, end­ing with dc in last sc. (3 sc, 4 ch-6 sps, 2 dc) Row 3: Rep row 2, end­ing with dc in 7th ch of beg ch-9. (4 sc, 5 ch-6 sps, 2 dc)

Row 4: Ch 9, sc in first ch-6 sp, ch 6, sc in next ch-6 sp, work row 1 of fan mo­tif (see Pat­tern

Stitch) in next ch-6 sp, (sc in next ch-6 sp, ch 6) across, dc in 7th ch of beg ch-9. (4 sc, 4 ch-6 sps, 2 dc, 6 tr, 2 ch-1 sps) Row 5: Ch 9, sc in first ch-6 sp, ch 6, sc in next ch-6 sp, work

row 2 of fan mo­tif, (sc in next ch-6 sp, ch 6) across, dc in 7th ch of beg ch-9. (4 sc, 4 ch-6 sps, 2 dc, 12 tr, 2 ch-1 sps)

Row 6: Ch 9, (sc in next ch-6 sp, ch 6) across to fan mo­tif, work row 3 of fan mo­tif, ch 6, (sc in next ch-6 sp, ch 6) across, dc in 7th ch of beg ch-9. (7 sc, 8 ch-6 sps, 2 dc) Rows 7–9: Rep row 3. At end of last row, place marker (see Pat­tern Notes) on 3rd and 9th ch-6 sps. (10 sc, 11 ch-6 sps, 2 dc at end of row 9) Row 10: Ch 9, sc in first ch-6 sp, ch 6, sc in next ch-6 sp, *work row 1 of fan mo­tif, sc in next ch-6 sp, (ch 6, sc in next ch-6 sp) across** to next marked ch-6 sp, rep from * across, end­ing last rep at **, ch 6, dc in 7th ch of beg ch-9. (9 sc, 8 ch-6 sps, 2 dc, 12 tr, 4 ch-1 sps) Row 11: Ch 9, sc in first ch-6 sp, ch 6, sc in next ch-6 sp, *work row 2 of fan mo­tif, sc in next ch-6 sp, (ch 6, sc in next ch-6 sp) across** to next fan mo­tif, rep from * across, end­ing last rep at **, ch 6, dc in 7th ch of beg ch-9. (8 sc, 7 ch-6 sps, 2 dc, 24 tr, 4 ch-1 sps) Row 12: Ch 9, (sc in next ch-6 sp, ch 6) across to next fan mo­tif, *work row 3 of fan mo­tif, ch 6, (sc in next ch-6 sp, ch 6) across** to next fan mo­tif, rep from * across, end­ing last rep at **, dc in 7th ch of beg ch-9. (13 sc, 14 ch-6 sps, 2 dc) Rows 13–15: Rep row 3. At end of last row, place marker on 3rd, 9th and 15th ch-6 sps. (16 sc, 17 ch-6 sps, 2 dc at end of row 15) Rows 16–21: Rep rows 10–15, work­ing row 1 of fan mo­tif in 3rd, 9th and 15th ch-6 sps of row 15. (22 sc, 23 ch-6 sps, 2 dc at end of row 21)

Rows 22–27: Rep rows 10–15, work­ing row 1 of fan mo­tif in 3rd, 9th, 15th and 21st ch-6 sps of row 22. (28 sc, 29 ch-6 sps, 2 dc at end of row 27) Rows 28–33: Rep rows 10–15, work­ing row 1 of fan mo­tif in 3rd, 9th, 15th, 21st and 27th ch-6 sps of row 28. (34 sc, 35 ch-6 sps, 2 dc at end of row 33)

Row 34–39: Rep rows 10–15, work­ing row 1 of fan mo­tif in 3rd, 9th, 15th, 21st, 27th and 33rd ch-6 sps of row 34. Fas­ten off. (40 sc, 41 ch-6 sps, 2 dc at end of row 39)

FRINGE

Cut 164 12-inch lengths of yarn. With 4 strands held tog, fold strands in half and draw through cen­ter ch-4 sp of row 1. Rep in rem ch-4 sps. At­tach fringe in same man­ner in each end of odd-num­bered rows, match­ing color to end of row as de­sired.

Just as pretty as it was 40 years ago! This open­work mesh shawl with a scat­tered shell mo­tifs looks es­pe­cially el­e­gant in a pretty var­ie­gated yarn. Wear this quickto-make pro­ject as a scarf on cool days or as an ac­cent with a pretty spring dress.

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