This pattern uses Tunisian crochet techniques and was designed to be made with a regular, short crochet hook.
Yarn used in sample:
Hillview Farm Sock
(Wool, Nylon blend)
“Burgundy” – 3 skeins (800 m)
Wingspan: 170cm / 67 inches
Hook: 5.5 mm (I Hook)
Finola is a series of wedge-shaped panels that are worked one on top of the other, and at a slight offset.
Extra panels can be added with little fuss to make the shawl as long as you wish.
Once you are satisfied, a band is added along the top edge for strength and squishiness.
(Just be aware you’ll need more yarn if you make it bigger!)
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.
Ginger Larsen –
I made this with a merino alpaca blend. I love it! This pattern is easy to follow. Aoibhe, do you have a place for people to post pics of what we make from your patterns? ❤
Aoibhe Ni –
Ginger, I’m so glad you enjoyed making Finola!
Right now, I’ve nowhere specific for sharing, but using #AoibheNi on Instagram or Twitter will see your photos linked to everyone else’s.
Maybe in the New Year I’ll start work on a forum or other group-type place for everyone to hang out and show their WIPs and FOs, though. I do like that idea a lot!
Tine Mono –
This was such a fun and addictive pattern to make.
I thought the pattern was too difficult for me and then Voila! I just made it ❤️