Berry Bubblegum Fling

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Berry Bubblegum Fling
designed by Kim Guzman © April 2016
Email to kim@crochetkim.com
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Technique: Regular Crochet

Finished size

17″ x 72″

If you prefer about a 19″ height, start with a chain of 57 and the completed length will be approximately 64″ with a single ball of yarn.

If you prefer about a 22″ height, start with a chain of 64 and the completed length will be approximately 56″ with a single ball of yarn.

Materials

  • Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball, 518 yds per 150g, aran weight, cotton/acrylic blend, one ball, shown in color Community Coral
  • Suggested hook size: L-11 [8mm]
  • Needle (for weaving ends)

Buy Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball online HERE where I purchased mine.

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Notes

This is a rectangular wrap, worked from short end to short end.

Gauge

In stitch pattern, 11 sts for 5 rows measures 4″ square. (Each 7-stitch repeat is just shy of 2.5″)

Special Stitches

Fan (fan): [Dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc] in same indicated st or ch.

Shell (sh): [Sc, ch 3, sc] in same indicated st or ch.

Stitch Multiple

Any multiple of 7, then add 8.

Instructions

Row 1: Ch 50, sc in second ch from hook, *sk 2 ch, fan in next ch, sk 2 ch, sh in next ch, rep from * to last 6 ch, sk 2 ch, fan in next ch, sk 2 ch, sc in last ch, turn: 7 fans.

Row 2: Ch 7, *sh in second dc of fan, ch 3, dc in ch-3 sp of sh, ch 3, rep from * to last fan, sh in second dc of fan, ch 3, tr in last sc, turn.

Row 3: Ch 1, sc in tr, *fan in ch-3 sp of sh, sk remainder of sh, sh in dc, rep from * to last sh, fan in ch-3 sp of sh, sc in beg ch-7 sp, turn.

Rows 4-89: Rep rows 2-3, fasten off.

Finishing

With yarn needle, sew in ends carefully. Block, if desired.

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