Large Wrapping Shawl

 For a while now I'm a soprano in a classic choir and in the last months we did a couple of recitals. Because of corona restrictions it wasn't always easy to sing, due to keeping distance, a reduced orchestra because just a certain amount of people was allowed, choir members that do not want to take any risks and postpone singing together until corona will be finally disappaered (if ever) et cetera, so every recital we could do under such circumstances was a real gift. 

A couple of recitals were sung in churches and as time went on, it became colder, but because we are expected to wear a sort of festive clothes we are not supposed to cover in winter coats to keep warm of course. So I crocheted this two meters long shawl, that I can wrap around me. 

The original pattern was written for a cardigan by Lakeside Loops, which was not very difficult to alter to a shawl. I love how it turned out! 





Pattern: Eva Crochet Cardigan (free pattern) by Lakeside Loops

Yarn: Royal Grey by Zeeman

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  1. Beautiful. Thanks for posting at Funtastic Friday Link Party

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  2. Beautiful! Pinning!

    Michelle
    https://mybijoulifeonline.com

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  3. That was a great way to get around a cold situation Liz... ad it is lovely.
    Thank you for sharing your large wrapping shawl at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I'm delighted to be featuring it at the party tonight and pinning too.
    Happy New Year,
    Kerryanne

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