"Through the Clouds" by Rachy Newin
The "Through the Clouds" crochet shawl is perfect for when the gloom seems never ending - it’s designed to explode with color and is all kinds of cozy.
Simple stitching and clever striping combine to make a totally unique accessory. The pattern uses just single crochet and chain stitches, but combines them in unusual ways to make an eye-catching shawl that’s a delight to work up and to wear.
We have two specially curated color combinations for this shawl in Spun Right Round Tough Sock:
- "Dirty Taffy" + "Pavement" + "Reaper's Rags" (as shown in model)
- "Labyrinth" + "Spaced Out" + "Pavement"
Find "Through The Clouds" by Rachy Newin on Ravelry.
When gauge is met, 860 yds (786m) of fingering weight will net a shawl that has a wingspan of 43.5” (110cm) and measures 21.5” (55cm) down the back.
1,640 yds (1,500m) of fingering weight will net a shawl that has a wingspan of 72” (183cm) and measures 34” (86cm) down the back.
Size can easily be customized by working extra/fewer repeats.
Yarn: 1 (2) skeins of Spun Right Round Tough Sock in colors "Dirty Taffy" plus 1 (1) skein each of contrast colors "Pavement" and "Reaper's Rags"
Gauge: 26 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches (10cm) in stitch pattern
Hook Size: 3.25 mm (D)