Lynæs shawl by Sidsel Sangild

Lynæs shawl

March 2021
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
27 stitches and 13 rows = 4 inches
in Hdc in back loop only
3.5 mm (E)
962 yards (880 m)
210 cm long, 57 cm high
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The Lynæs shawl is fun to make and beautiful to wear.
It is named after a small fishing town in Denmark with a beautiful harbour.
The shawl is crocheted from tip to tip. The first half of the shawl has sail shaped sections made using short rows.
I used 3 colours but you could also make each “sail” in a different color to use up your leftovers and get a colourful shawl.

The yarn used is Fnug from Cleo Garn (handcolored superwash merino wool, 366 m/100 g), color A: Hedelyng (bordeaux) approx. 70 g, color B: Patina (green) approx. 50 g, color C: Orangekantarel (golden) approx. 120 g.