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Curio Shawl Crochet Pattern

January 13, 2019

This pattern took me roughly 4 months to put together, test and proof-read, but today it’s finally out there!

Initially I designed the Curio Shawl as an experiment for myself, as I rarely see crochet patterns for clothing that I’d like to wear.

The design process started with some graph paper and a skull, but then I put wings on, and added a long tail which reminded me a bit of a dragonfly or a key. Next I added tendrils as I couldn’t resist. It took me about two weeks to turn the graph paper into a completed crochet shawl, and I wasn’t really sure how my graph would translate to something wearable, but once I saw it finished I was so pleased that I decided that I’d push myself through the process of writing the pattern out in detail.

This is my first attempt selling a pattern on Ravelry ( click here to buy ) and I honestly don’t know what sort of expectations I have, however I am very much looking forward to seeing how it is received and I hope to create another few patterns this year going forward!

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