This pattern is designed for use with 1 of our Luster Worsted Mini Gradient Kits, in colorway: Sea Glass Hues. Choose any colorway you like, though, or any worsted weight yarn. If ordering full size skeins of our worsted weight yarn (and not the mini gradient kits), you'll need 8.7 oz of worsted weight yarn. Most of our skeins are 4 oz, so you could get 2 skeins and have a shawl nearly this size. Or get 3 skeins if you want to make it slightly larger than shown.
A Gorgeous Gradient!
•An intermediate pattern for those comfortable with crochet. If you're familiar with following patterns, you'll be fine.
•A beautiful triangle shape, ideal for wearing in multiple styles.
•No worries about running out of yarn. The pattern repeats so you can finish off early if need be.
•A fairly quick project!
•Make in a beautiful gradient like shown, or use a solid or variegated yarn. The pattern is simple enough to handle it.
•You'll need a size H (5.00 mm) hook. You'll want to be comfortable with basic crochet stitches.
Designed by Helen Meissner, Edited 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.
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Posted by Miss Bee on 10th Jan 2017
Stunning pattern, I made this with a much thinner yarn with the 5.00mm hook so it came out with a super drape.
Posted by AnneEstelle on 27th Dec 2016
My yarn group is helping me take my meager crochet skills to make this shawl. I am so excited tomake something in crochet other than a ripple baby blanket. Thank you Chandi forofferring this quite doable pattern.
Posted by Aly R. on 25th Dec 2016
This pattern is wonderfully written, and is very easy to read and follow.
I'm looking forward to making it in several colors for friends and family!
I'm glad I was able to get this pattern. :)
Thank you for sharing this beautiful "Teal Tenacity Crochet Shawl " pattern with us Chandi (Expression Fiber Arts)!
Posted by Karen on 20th Dec 2016
This pattern is just lovely - the stitch pattern is quite nice. The pattern is also well-written and easy to follow.
Posted by Karla on 18th Dec 2016
The instructions are very concise and easy to follow. Thank you, Chandi, for creating this lovely shawl. I am working it in a dewy DK yarn and it looks nice.
Posted by Joyce Lambert on 18th Dec 2016
As always the pattern is so well written and easy to follow.
Posted by Sherry on 18th Dec 2016
I haven't completed this pattern yet, but it is well written and it isn't too hard to work on it while visiting with friends, and/or watching TV.
Posted by Toni on 18th Dec 2016
I used an I hook because I crochet a little too tight, and used a hand spun merino yarn to crochet with. I made this shawl in a couple days and blocked it. I was shocked at how much it grew when I blocked it. This pattern is great when you really want the yarn to be the focus, without the pattern being boring. I gave it to my aunt as a prayer shawl and she loved it. I can't wait to make another.
Posted by Melissa Stone on 17th Dec 2016
The pattern was easy to understand and the end result is amazing, thank you
Posted by Cathye Johnson on 17th Dec 2016
Lacy shawl that will look wonderful at any event.
Posted by Lori on 17th Dec 2016
This worked up really quick and my grand daughter just loves it.
Posted by Rev. Marcia Urban on 16th Dec 2016
This pattern, as with all of those from Chandi, is so perfectly written and pictured. Haven't made it yet, but I know it will be wonderful when I do.
Posted by Karen on 16th Dec 2016
This pattern works up quickly and is so lovely when completed. I was very pleased with the end result of the first shawl I made!
Posted by Jan Marie Paulus on 16th Dec 2016
Haven't had a chance to try it but will soon !! It looks to be quick and easy pattern for a beautiful shawl!!!!
Posted by Unknown on 16th Dec 2016
Simple yet beautiful
Posted by Catharine Poulin on 16th Dec 2016
I have just finished reading the pattern but it seems to be fairly well written and I'm not expecting any problems with it. I just hope I have a suitable yarn for it as I'm definitely overspending this month lol