Crochet a lightweight shawl for year-round use.

Technique: Crochet
Skill Level: Intermediate
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Item # AC01163
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Named for a quaint little town in County Clare on the West Coast of Ireland, this beautiful shawl incorporates several elements of Irish crochet in the body pattern and elegant borders. Model is made using 6 hanks of Berroco« Vintage« DK Lightweight yarn. Finished measurements: stole: 17" x 77"; back: 21" x 25". Previously published in Crochet! Winter 2013.


Overall rating:
4 out of 5
(12 reviews)

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Lisdoonvarna Shawl Crochet Pattern

February 7, 2020

This works up very beautifully. I made it as a gift for my sister. Her daughter-in -law was there when she opened the package and immediately wanted to try it on. They both loved it and the daughter wanted to keep it for herself she liked it so well. My sister said definitely not. This was hers. Since I wanted this for cold weather use I added a fleece lining to it. So happy I got this pattern and so happy with the way it turned out. I highly recommend.

Lisdoonvarna Shawl Crochet Pattern

July 9, 2018

Beautiful pattern. It would have been more helpful if drawn diagram was provided with it .

Lisdoonvarna Shawl Crochet Pattern

December 22, 2016

This is a beautiful garment. The other reviews have been so helpful. I was considering making it as a gift. Ha! No way, I will be keeping this one. And, as an experienced crocheted, know I am up for the challenge.

Lisdoonvarna Shawl Crochet Pattern

December 13, 2016

This is a beautiful pattern, but not for faint of heart. Make a practice and write out the notes to keep track of the rows. I love the look.

Lisdoonvarna Shawl Crochet Pattern

October 18, 2016

First, let me say I fell in love with the pattern picture and bought the kit with the PDF pattern. The first finished piece is a gift, but I'm going to have to make it for myself, too. While waiting for the recommended yarn to arrive, I've been practicing the pattern stitches. I have found a couple of places where I've had to make adjustments in order to maintain the X4 multiples in the stole sec the pattern itself. I make them at the end of the row so I don't mess up the pattern. I've also found that if I do row 3 (the slip stitch in the front loop) with a larger hook, I don't have the tension problem that pulls that row tight. Never have been able to do slip stitches in the same tension as the rest of my work, don't know why. Anyway, my yarn won't be here for another week or so, so I'll keep practicing and making notes. The lace edging will have to wait until I'm working in the actual stitch counts required.

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