Peacock Ribbon Shawl Pattern

Peacock Ribbon Shawl Pattern

The ribbon shawl is one of the most versatile accessories ever. It can be worn as a scarf and won’t be too bulky around the neck, it can be worn as a shawl or it can be tied around the hip for summer beach wear. No matter how you choose to wear this piece it adds flair and a touch of whimsy and fantasy to your wardrobe! Enjoy!

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Materials: Size 6.5 or K hook, 2 -50 g balls of Ice “Ladder” Yarn or equivalent.

Shawl:

loosely…

With 1 strand of ladder ribbon yarn ch 8 with size 6.5 (K) crochet hook. Sl st in first ch.

Row 1: 8 ch, 1 dc in ch ring, 4 ch, 1 dc in same ch ring

Row 2: 8 ch, 1 dc in ch loop below, 4 ch, 1 dc in next ch loop, 4 ch, 1 dc in same loop, turn

Row 3: 8 ch, 1 dc in ch loop below, 4 ch, 1 dc in next ch loop, 4 ch, 1 dc in next ch loop, 4 ch, 1 dc in same ch loop.

Continue increasing at beginning of each row until desired depth and width of shawl is achieved. (Forty dc loops on top row).

Tassels: With ribbon remaining on 2nd ball of ladder yarn cut 6” lengths of ribbon (I used a one foot knitting noddy) fold ribbon in half and put looped end from the back to the front side of shawl through edge chain loops. Pull loose ends up and through the loop and pull down. 1-3 strands depending on how heavy you want your fringe to be. If you want a lot of fringe a 3rd ball of ladder yarn will be necessary. 2 balls will do the shawl with 3 strand of fringe on each side loop.

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©Adrienne Jones McLeod for Ariadne’s Muses Spinning Yarn and More – 2012

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About Adrienne M

I am Canadian born, for those of you needing clarification. I was raised in Minnesota, The Land of 10,000 Lakes, Multiple Musical Geniuses,Lake Wobegon, and really really cold winters. I now reside in rural Ontario, Canada with my husband and four beautiful children. I love to write, ponder and give back what I have learned in my journey with the hope that it will benefit others! www.spiritualitythinkaboutit.org www.12stepsthinkaboutit.org

2 comments

  1. Ricki Thaw

    I have 6 balls of ice yarn ladder. I would like to make a scarf. Your instructions are for crocheting. I want to knit the pattern Could you please give me instructions so i can knit. THANK YOU THANK YOU Ricki

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