Sullivan’s Spring Shawlette by Shannon Squire

Sullivan’s Spring Shawlette

February 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
16 stitches = 4 inches
in dc
3.5 mm (E)
400 yards (366 m)
One size fits most. 40" across longest edge and 25" across smallest edge. Includes instructions to make larger or smaller.
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Sullivan’s Spring was located near Timothy and Margaret’s cabin and became a popular site for picnickers. A mural depicting this bucolic scene appears on the outside back wall of the pub at 1700 NE Broadway. This granny circle crocheted shawlette would be the perfect thing to throw on when heading for a picnic in your favorite Portland neighborhood.

Yarn - Shown in Blue Moon Fiber Arts BFL Fingering Superwash (100% Bluefaced Leicester; 405 yards/370 meters = 127 gram skein), colorway Tardis Blue.

Skill level - Advanced Beginner (crocheting in the round, granny circles).