I just couldn't resist making another "South Bay Shawlette". I made one a couple of weeks ago in purple and called it my "Lupine Shawlette". It turned out so pretty and friends who have seen it love it. So, I offered to make one for a local yarn shop, Daily Fiber, for use as a display.
This one is made with a size "I" crochet hook and a ball of Berocco Sox yarn. I absolutely love the colors!
When I made the "Lupine Shawlette" I didn't see the final edge row on the pattern and left it off. I left it off by choice on this one. It's a row of single crochets and slip stitches around the entire shawl. I think it would look too thick and bulky and take away from the pretty, delicate edge. I don't think I would have had enough yarn for it on either shawl anyway.
This yarn is a bit scratchy and, like many Berocco yarns I've used, I experienced knots! Ugh! There were four breaks in the yarn with knots in this one ball. Because of that and having to leave tails to weave in, I lost some yardage and this one is a bit smaller. It is long enough though...50" wide at the top.
All the blues and greens are so pretty!
I have a feeling that this won't be my last "South Bay Shawlette". The pattern is just so pretty and fun to make.