Apennine Shawl




Pattern: Apennine Shawl

The Apennine Shawl by Corrina Ferguson features two colors of beautiful fingering weight yarn. Soft lavender gives way to a subtle silver as simple twisted stitch columns race toward the lace edge. Scallops of silver bloom into a delicate applied lace border.

Worked from tip to edge, this asymmetrical sideways shawl has both written and charted instructions provided. With minimal openwork, Appennine will keep you warm well into the winter months. Blocking to 60” wide and 27” deep, this is a shawl you can get wrapped up in.

The Apennine Shawl Pattern includes:

  • Complete materials and yarn requirements list
  • Detailed written pattern instructions
  • Written instructions included for chart
  • Full color photos
  • Notes page for keeping track of your progress and/or modifications
  • This pattern is a 7-page downloadable and printable digital PDF.

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