This pattern is designed for use with 5 skeins of our Pearlescent Superwash Merino Wool Silk Worsted Weight yarn in colorway: Sterling Silver. Choose any colorway you like, though!
Elegant. Shimmering. Versatile.
•An intermediate pattern for those comfortable with crochet. If you're familiar with following patterns, you'll be fine.
•This is a large rectangle wrap you can wear while out to dinner with friends or while taking a stroll through the park.
•Guessing at the exact amount of yardage isn't necessary because the pattern repeats. So you can stop at multiple points and be fine.
•Turn this into a scarf by working fewer repeats. Great for gifts!
•Fairly quick to work up!
•You'll need a size J (6.00 mm) hook. You'll want to be comfortable with single, double, and half double crochets, as well as chaining.
Designed by Kristina Smiley
You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.
Enjoy feeling sensational in your Hoover Dam Shawl.
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Posted by Gwen Bundy-Nielsen on 5th Dec 2016
many times with new patterns I have any hesitation with, I work them up in a less expensive yarn, so that if I make a mistake , I am not possibly destroying a lovely yarn. I started this pattern out using a Sweet Roll in peanut butter pop... I just finished the first set of pattern rows and I think this is just wonderful ... I find the pattern easy to read and follow. I know this is going to turn out great and can hardly wait to finish so I can start on another one with a more luxurious yarn.. I will post a pic when this first draft is complete. The only improvement or addition would be a diagram section for the pattern, for those that find that a good reference with the written pattern . This is already so pretty I can hardly put the project down.
Posted by Sarah on 27th Sep 2016
This pattern was a dream to make. I finished my shawl in a week, just in time to give to my mom for her to wear at my sister's wedding. The repeats are easy to memorize and I brought my yarn everywhere because I wanted to keep working on the shawl! Love, love, love the finished product!
Posted by Ida on 24th Sep 2016
This pattern is easy to follow. I am working on it now and I can't wait to see the results.
Posted by dana on 23rd Sep 2016
I have not worked it up yet, but reading it, im excited! I know it will be lovely like all your others.
Posted by Gerry on 22nd Sep 2016
Can't wait to get started!!!
Posted by Antoinette Boynton on 22nd Sep 2016
Was searching for a unique pattern to make as my next project....I am an avid knitter so finding things that are a little edgy is sometimes difficult. This pattern came along just at the right time for me...Once i finish my baby wear order...it is next on the list...cant wait to get started!!!
Posted by Susan Clark-Taylor on 18th Sep 2016
I do plan on making this lovely shawl in the near future. Love how it looks on the model.
Posted by Sheila Kemp on 18th Sep 2016
I am making the Hoover Dam stole for my daughter. It is such an easy pattern to follow - great instructions - and looks really modern with lovely clear lines. I'm really enjoying making this!
Thank you Chandi
Posted by Donna Hamilton on 17th Sep 2016
Posted by Jms on 17th Sep 2016
Technical in its work. Well worth it.
Posted by Deborah Armstrong on 17th Sep 2016
While I have yet to make the wrap I have read and re-read the pattern. It is well written, detailed and I believe once started by a slightly seasoned crocheter would be veey easy. Love it and it is on my listl
Posted by MONICA MORRIS on 16th Sep 2016
I'm still working on it but it's coming along beautifully. Thank you Chandi for another amazing shawl pattern!
Posted by Karen on 16th Sep 2016
Beautiful shawl. I can't wait to make it.
Posted by Sue Woodruff on 16th Sep 2016
I haven't started this pattern yet but have read through it and think it will be a easy pattern to follow. Just trying to figure out what yarn color to use...and get it ordered.
Posted by Rev. Marcia Urban on 16th Sep 2016
This is a wonderful pattern, but then all of Chandi's patterns have a special appeal for me because the yarns are so beautiful. All of them are clearly written and picturesd as well.