This pattern is designed for use with 2 skeins of our Yak Silk Lace yarn in colorway: Rice Paper. Choose any colorway you like, though.
Beautiful shimmering shells
•Wear on the beach for a bit of coverage.
•Or wear as a poncho.
•Adjust the size too if you like. Make it wider, thinner, longer, shorter.
•Airy, lacy stitches are quick to work up and produce a lovely result.
•Intermediate level. You'll want to know how to work single crochets and triple crochets as well as chaining and slip stitching.
•You'll need a size G (4.00 mm) hook.
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.
You may sell the items you make using my patterns. I just ask that you link back to my shop. Thanks!
Posted by Loudel Woodhead on 6th Oct 2016
This is the very first free pattern I got from Chandi and I'm sure it would be lovely. I can't wait to start making it.
Posted by Karen Thiemermann on 17th Aug 2016
I knew I would love this pattern an soon as I read it! I wanted a good pattern to use with sme fingering weight bamboo that I have in my stash; (sorry, Chandi! ( I was on a bugdet). I'm just trying to teach myself design-I'm a crochetter, and since this is such a versatile piece for wearing, I think I'll learn a thing or 2. I plan on checking out the yaksilk very soon, though. With the holidays around the corner, I have a few new ideas to glam up my outfits, thanks to your expertise in fashion design!!
Love you, Chandi!!
Posted by Shelli on 3rd Jul 2016
I really cannot wait to make this -- it's so beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks so much, Chandi, for such stunning patterns (and yarns)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by Suzi Alexander on 2nd Jul 2016
A nice quick pattern, elegant and simple at the same time. I am thinking of making this into a shawl for a wedding rehearsal.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Jul 2016
Love this pattern
Posted by Janice on 1st Jul 2016
I have not made this yet but am sure it will be gorgeous
Posted by WJ Weese on 1st Jul 2016
As soon as I finish present project I am going to whip this up for myself. Thanks a Bunchl
Posted by dolores on 1st Jul 2016
Am using to convert to a shawl, worsted yarn and size J hock, need to use 3 skein - 6 ounces wieght. Very pretty...