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Crocheted Tess D’Urbervilles Sontag/Shawl

Finished Size: Back neck to front sides


29”(each side), neck to back point 21”.
This size will fit a small petite woman, add 6
more rows to make next size up.

Note: This shawl can be made in any weight of


yarn. You must work a multiple of 6+3 rows or
the Edging Rnd multiple will not work out.

Materials
Finger or sock weight wool yarn (see Note
above), approximately 685 yards
Crochet hook, size G or size needed to obtain
gauge

Gauge: 16 dc and 10 rows = 4”


Note: Shawl is worked from the back of neck to
the back point.

BODY
Chain 4, dc in 4th ch from hook (mark dc just worked).
Row 1 (Right side): Ch 6 (counts as first tr and ch 2, now and throughout), turn;
working over post of marked dc and into space between the very first ch 4 and marked
dc, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in space, ch 2, tr in same ch as marked dc: 4 dc and 2 tr.
Note: Mark Row 1 as right side.
Row 2: Ch 6, turn; 3 dc in first ch-2 sp, dc in each dc across to center ch-2 sp, (2 dc, ch
2, 2 dc) in center ch-2 sp, dc in each dc across to last ch-2 sp, 3 dc in last ch 2 sp, ch 2, tr
in last tr: 14 dc and 2 tr.
Repeat Row 2, 31 times more for a total of 33 rows: 324 dc and 2 tr.
Next Row: Turn; slip st in first ch-2 sp, (ch 4, skip next 2 dc, sc in next dc) across to
center ch-2 sp, ch 4, (sc, ch 4) twice in center ch-2 sp, sc in next dc, (ch 4, skip next 2 dc,
sc in next dc) across to last 2 dc, skip last 2 dc, ch 1, dc in last ch-2 sp to form last ch-4
sp.
Note: There must be an odd number of ch-4 sp along the outer edge of the shawl for the
Edging Rnd to work. The Edging Rnd will be worked across the outer edges of the shawl
and then into the spaces created along the inside edges of the beginning and end of each
row.
Edging Rnd: Ch 1, turn; sc in same sp, (3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc) in next ch-4 sp, sc in next ch-4
sp; repeat from * around entire shawl; join with slip st to beginning sc, finish off.
These instructions are intended for the beginning crocheter. Every effort has been made
to insure that these instructions are accurate.
©2009, Kay Meadors/Naturalstateknits, ckmeadors@sbcglobal.net.
Visit me at http://naturalstateknitter.blogspot.com/As long as the copyright is included,
this pattern may be freely shared. This pattern may not be sold.