Campanilla Shawl by Elisabeth Davis de Herraiz

Campanilla Shawl

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May 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 12 rows = 4 inches
in Double crochet (treble UK terms)
3.5 mm (E)
601 - 711 yards (550 - 650 m)
One size: Width: 128 cm / 50 inches, Length: 69 cm / 27 inches
both US and UK
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The Campanilla Shawl is a top down, triangular shawl made with fingering weight yarn and is the perfect shawl to use two of those special skeins of yarn in your stash!

It was inspired by the beautiful Campanula or Bell Flower Plant. Campanilla is the Spanish name for this plant and is also the translated name for Tinkerbell!

You can easily adapt the pattern to make a larger or smaller shawl by using a lighter or heavier weight yarn, just remember to change your hook accordingly.

Materials needed:

3.5mm / E / 4 crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge

Approximately 150 g / 600m of fingering weight yarn

The sample shown used:
MC 64g / 256m
CC 86g / 344m

Yarn used in sample:
Cascade Yarns Heritage Silk, 85% Merino Superwash Wool, 15% Mulberry Silk (100g / 3.5 oz, 400m / 437 yds):

1 skein # Heather Rose 5730 (MC)

1 skein # Lilac 5673 (CC)

Other Notions
Tapestry needle to weave in ends
One removable stitch marker

Using 3.5 mm hook, or size needed to obtain gauge:
12 rows (dc) measures 10 cm / 4”
22 sts (dc) measures 10cm / 4”

Finished Measurements
Width: 128 cm / 50 inches
Length: 69 cm / 27 inches

Happy Crocheting!