Buttercup Shawl by Elisabeth Davis de Herraiz

Buttercup Shawl

July 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in DC (tr in UK terms)
3.0 mm
601 - 656 yards (550 - 600 m)
One size: 144 cm / 56.6” wide, 59 cm / 23.2” deep
both US and UK
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The Buttercup Shawl is a semicircular shaped shawl made with sock weight yarn.

It’s a light weight, soft and lacy shawl that was inspired by bright buttercup flowers with the diamond shapes at the top of the shawl were inspired by the petals of the flower.

It’s a great pattern to use up two skeins that you’ve had in your stash for a long time or to treat yourself to two skeins in your favorite colors; chose your favorite sock yarn in your favorite color and start crocheting today!

Materials needed:

3 mm / D / 3 hook or size needed to obtain gauge

2 skeins of fingering (sock) weight yarn, each totaling approximately 100g/3.5oz, 400m/437yds

Yarn used in sample:
West Yorkshire Spinners Signature 4 ply, 75% Wool, 25% Nylon, 400 metres / 100 grams / 437 yards, 2 balls of:
Butterscotch #240

Total yarn used:
140g / 4,93 oz,
560 m / 613 yds

Other Notions
Tapestry needle to weave in ends

22 stitches and 10 rows to measure 10 cm / 4” using 3mm hook, or size needed to obtain tension.

Finished Measurements
144 cm / 56.6” wide
59 cm / 23.2” deep

Happy Crocheting!