Bel is named after a Celtic sun god.
The radiating lines coming out from the centre of this shawl represent Bel’s rays of sunshine.
This shawl uses a combination of relief work and Tunisian crochet. All the techniques used are explained in full in the pattern.
The wingspan of this shawl is 155cm / 61 inches
This pattern uses Tunisian crochet techniques and was designed to be made with a regular, short crochet hook.
Yarn used in sample:
Alpaca 70%, Silk 20%, Cashmere Goat 10% (14 wpi)
“Teal Green” – 3 skeins (1100 m)
“Canopy Green” – (30 m)
Wingspan: 155cm / 61 inches
Hook: 5 mm (H Hook)
Bel is worked from the centre out. Starting with a magic loop each row of Tunisian Simple stitch columns grows in number using a clever combination of relief stitches and hidden increases.
The textures edge is worked in similar fashion, with the cheery bobbly cnupps added as the last row of Tunsian Simple Stitch columns is worked.
This pattern comes with easy-to-follow charts and text instruction and links to helpful technique videos.
The pattern pdf will be available to download immediately after purchase.
You’ll also be emailed a download link.