Buttercups Shawl – Crochet Pattern

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The Buttercups shawl is an asymmetrical crochet shawl that is suitable for the advanced beginner. It has one side that increases on every row. You’ll begin at the point and work it until it grows larger.

I’ve made a photo and video tutorial of the most difficult stitch of the pattern, the Fpdc2tog (Two front post double crochet together). The only other two stitches you’ll need to make are a double crochet and a chain. You’ll make a lot of textured flower petals! The pattern also includes a chart and other instruction photos.

Skill level: Advanced beginner

Materials needed:
Yarn
Crochet hook 4mm
Scissors
Yarn needle
Measuring tape
Stitch markers

Yarn used: Hobbii Dream colour (100g/400m, 100% wool)
Bright rainbow (15) 3 skeins Note:Some of my testers, although they met the gauge, needed 4 skeins.

Finished Measurements:Length: 140 cm Width: 80cm

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