Summerhill shawl is light and airy, a perfect accessory to your summer outfit. It’s very easy to make, plus it’s a yarn saver. You only need 2 skeins of yarn! It’s made of very thin cotton yarn. I used 1-2 size bigger crochet hook than recommended for this yarn weight, because I wanted it to be as delicate as a spider web. And I really love how it turned out!
The design is very simple, and only decoration is a row of little roses on the border. At first I wanted to add a bunch of colorful crochet flowers on the border, but then my desire to make a shawl as simple and minimal as possible prevailed, and I decided on adding just a row of solid colored roses.
Yarn: I used 100% cotton yarn “Anna 16”, it’s 100g/530m. You can use any super fine, light fingering yarn, or crochet thread for doilies, instead. You’ll need 2 skeins of 100g.
The pattern is written in English using US crochet terms. It has a written pattern, step-by-step picture tutorial and 6 crochet charts.
The pattern for the Summerhill shawl is now available in Dada’s place shop (payment options: credit cards and PayPal).
As always, I’m eager to see all your versions of Summerhill shawl! So, please share your creations on social media and don’t forget to tag me and to use #summerhillshawl hash tag. You can also send the pictures of the shawl to my email. I will share the best ones in my Insta stories and on Pinterest.
Click here to get the Summerhill Shawl Pattern.