SIZE: 40” x 90” Blocked
MATERIALS: 4 skeins (3.5 oz, 230 yards each) Expression Fiber Arts Alpaca Silk DK yarn. You can use one, two, or more colors. Be creative!
Shown here in two colors: Mystic Topaz (3 skeins - Color A) and Restless (1 skein - Color B).
HOOK: US Size H (5.00 mm)
Notes From the Designer:
•An asymmetric right leaning triangle that grows as you go!
•Shawl is crocheted with a 2 row repeating pattern making it a perfect project for binge watching your favorite tv series episodes.
•Sample is worked with alternating stripes of two colors, but you can use solids or keep it simple with just one color, whatever you wish. Just be sure to alternate skeins if using hand-dyed yarn to keep your colors from pooling.
•Click the Video tab to watch a demonstration of this pattern.
My inspiration for this design (and name) is a character from the book I am currently reading. The character, Lilith, starts off in the background as a small character, but grows bolder and more confident as her story develops. Like the character, this shawl grows as you crochet and continue adding more yarn. Have a ton of fun with your shawl and be sure to link your finished shawls to the pattern Ravelry page so we can enjoy them too!
Designed by Kristina Smiley.
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Love it.....soo glad I found Chandi on YouTube. The pattern and Chandis tutorial has made this a joy to work on, I've not completed the design but know it will turn out beautifully. I purchased the Pearlescent Worsted to do this project and have fallen in love with the yarn.
Love it....soo glad I found Chandi on YouTube. I've been crocheting for many years very basic patterns and when I saw the scarf it looked more difficult then it was. The pattern and charts were easy to follow. I used the Pearlescent Worsted yarn and it is beautiful.
Wonderful pattern and instruction. So want to buy your yarn but at $52 Australian, not happening. Went with an initial block of yarn and will add stripes as I go. But love the pattern - all other asymetrical triangles were banana shaped. Thanks for your pattern so easy to follow along with video.
Chandi! I love the Adeline shawl and really enjoyed making it! Great pattern and such beautiful result!
This pattern allowed me to get back to crochet. The directions are clear and tutorials helpful. It is a beautiful piece of clothing with every stitch.......A successful first crochet project!, I used solid for main and variegated for stripes...a very flexible pattern!
I found this to be an easy project to make. The results are delightful. I will most likely make this one again.
I like to have a straightforward, easy-to-remember pattern for when I travel. This is perfect. Repeating rows make it easy to find my groove mid-flight without constant counting or checking complex motifs.
Love the shape of this shawl and marvel at all the design ideas Chandi posts for us! Keeps one hoping and maybe I can make another of this one since the first one I made for me walked off with my granddaughter!
The asymmetrical design is fun and the simplicity of the pattern will make the yarn choice pop.
I love the beautiful simplicity of this pattern. The video instruction was fun and easy to follow.
I bought this to make a gift for a friend who travels a lot. I thought this would be perfect when flying, something attractive and easy to keep drafts off. I have not settled on colors yet but I will be working on it in the next week or so.
Love all the great patterns. Helps me create such wonderful gifts for family and friends.
Beautiful easy pattern. Loved working on it. It worked up very fast. Such a beautiful design.
I love the videos and find them fun to watch and instructive. I taught myself how to purl using the continental stitch watching one of your videos. Now I can easily complete my latest protect knitting with two yars! It was clear and easy to follow. And I love you energy and enthusiasm.