There’s only one thing to say about this shawl…

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Okay, maybe there’s more than just one thing to share about this shawl. For starters, it’s absolutely breathtakingly gorgeous. Don’t believe me? Check out these photos:

To make this shawl, I’ve used Tahki Alden yarn in dark teal. It’s not a very adventurous name for a yarn color, but trust me when I say that this is the prettiest color of yarn I have ever used. The deep blue and green tones remind me of the ocean, and the rich darkness of the color is perfect for the kraken!

The stitch used for the main part of the shawl is filet crochet. It may look intimidating, but it’s incredibly easy to learn! In this pattern, I’ve included all kinds of notes, charts/diagrams, and even a link to a video tutorial on the filet crochet technique. If you can do a chain stitch and a double crochet stitch, then you can make this shawl!

At this time, the Kraken Shawl pattern will not be released as a free pattern on this website. However, it is available for purchase from my Etsy shop. Each pattern purchase you make helps keep Two Hearts Crochet stay up and active on the web. If you choose to purchase this pattern, please know that your support means so much to me! I know you’re going to love this Kraken Shawl pattern. So thank you for your purchase! And of course, please contact me if you have any questions.

Click here to purchase the Kraken Shawl pattern.

The pattern comes in a handy PDF download format, and it includes everything you’ll need to know in order to make this pattern, including:

  • materials list
  • stitch abbreviations guide
  • gauge information
  • how to do filet crochet (diagrams included!)
  • information on decreasing (diagrams included!)
  • tips on how to read the graphs
  • border instructions
  • instructions for the finishing touches

And here’s something nifty: you can now add this pattern to your Ravelry queue and save it for later! Click here to add it to your queue. Alternatively, you can add it to your Ravelry favorites or library, whichever floats your boat (assuming of course that the kraken hasn’t found it first…)

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Kraken Shawl Pin

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