ANNA’S FILET SHAWL
By: Anna Wolfrey
Submitted by: Cindy Kern
Foundation chain: Ch any odd number to give desired width.
Row 1: Ch 1, turn, sc in second chain from hook and each chain across. Total number of sc should be same as foundation chain count.
Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as first dc), turn. Ch 1, skip turning sc and next sc, dc in next sc. Repeat across ending dc in last sc.
Rows 3 and 4: Ch 3, turn. Ch1, dc in next dc. Repeat across ending dc in top of ch3 turning chain.
Row 5: Ch1, turn, sc in ch1 space, sc in top of dc. Repeat across ending sc in top of ch3 turning chain.
Repeat Rows 2, 3, 4, and 5 until desired length is reached. End with pattern row 5. Do not break yarn unless you are doing contrasting end panels as shown in the photo.
Edging: When working the edging be careful to ease the sc down the sides so that the edging gives a firm shape to the shawl. Ch1, 2 loose sc in end space, loosely sc down the side including the space at the end of the shawl, ch1, 2 sc in same space, loosely sc in each space across the end of the shawl including the last space, ch1, 2 sc in same space, loosely sc in each space down the length of the shawl including the last space, ch1, 2 sc in same space, loosely sc in each space across the end of the shawl ending 2 sc in the last space. Join with slip stitch to chain 1. End off and darn in the ends. One of our members has vision problems and had trouble reading the crochet pattern. This is the shawl pattern that she created instead.
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