Sunny Sorbet Shawl

The Sunny Sorbet Shawl


After what feels like a very disappointing Winter this year I am ready to move onto spring. As part of the Design Create Repeat Spring Colours Blog Hop I have designed the perfect transitional wrap. This gorgeous design can double as a shawl or a scarf, making it perfect for the last of the snow and those chilly spring evenings.

With the prompt of 'Spring Colour' the idea of sunshine and daffodils jumped out at me. Using Paintbox Yarns Dk cotton yarn, I have designed this sunny palette with a very 70s vibe.

How long does it take?

Although it looks complicated this shawl uses a stitch called the side saddle cluster. It is a little time intensive but due to its repetitive nature it is a stitch which you can pick up fast and multitask while making.

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Supplies 

You will need 5 Skeins of Paintbox yarns Cotton dk yarn. Head over to Lovecrochet to get 25% off on this yarn today!

If you want the exact colour scheme of the pictured shawl the sequence is;
Colour A; Daffodil Yellow 
Colour B; Mustard Yellow, 
Colour C; Melon Sorbet, 
Colour D; Seville Orange,  
Colour E; Blood Orange

Hook: 4.5mm
Notions: Yarn needlestitch markermeasuring tapescissors.


Gauge

4x4’ = 16 stitches by 6 rows of Side Saddle Cluster repeat

Set up

Ch. Chain
Dc. Double crochet
Dc4tog. Double crochet 4 together.
Yarn over, insert hook in next st, yarn over pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops. You will repeat this 4 times (this leaves 4 loops on your hook). Yarn over, draw through all 5 loops. Ch 1 to close stitch.
St. Stitch
Notes:
·         top of dc cluster will refer to the last yarn over on your dc4tog in following rows when describing where to place your hook. This is not the ch performed following the cluster.
·         Excluding row 1 sc will always be performed in the top of dc cluster and dc4tog will always be in the ch3 space.

Start

Cast on 227 chains in Colour A.
Row 1: Sc in second ch from hook, *ch 3, dc4tog over the next 4chs, sc* Repeat from * finishing with sc in the last ch space of the row. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 5, sc in the top of the dc cluster from previous row, *ch3, dc4tog in ch3 space from previous row. Ch1, sc* Repeat from * until you perform your last dc4tog, dc in last st. Turn
Row 3: Ch 1, sc into top of dc cluster, *ch3, dc4tog in ch3 space from previous row. Ch 1, sc* Repeat * until final ch5 space. Sc in ch5. Turn.
Row 4: Repeat Row 2.
Row 5: Repeat Row 3.
Row 6: Repeat Row 2.

Row 7: Repeat Row 3.

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Row 8: Cast on in Colour B, Repeat Row 2.
Row 9: Repeat Row 3.
Row 10: Repeat Row 2.
Row 11: Repeat Row 3.
Row 12: Repeat Row 2.
Row 13: Repeat Row 3.
Row 14: Ch5, [*sc, ch3, 4dctog* repeat *2 more times. Join in colour C, sc, ch3 dc4tog, pick up colour B.] Repeat sequence between [ ] until last stitch, pick up colour B dc in final st. Turn.
Row 15: Repeat Row 3.
Row 16: Repeat Row 2.
Row 17: Repeat Row 3.
Row 18: Repeat Row 2.
Row 19: Ch1, [*sc, ch3, dc4tog* repeat 2 more times. Join in Colour D sc, ch3, dc4tog. Pick up Colour C] Repeat sequence between [ ] until ch5 space. Sc in ch5. Turn.
Row 20: Ch 5, sc ch3, dc4tog,[*sc, ch3, dc4tog* repeat. Join in Colour D sc, ch3, dc4tog. Pick up Colour C] Repeat sequence between [ ] until final st. dc in final st. Turn.


Row 21: Ch 1, sc, ch3, dc4tog. *Join in Colour D sc, ch3, dc4tog. Pick up Colour C sc, ch3, dc4tog* Repeat * two more times] Repeat sequence between [ ] until ch5 space. Sc in ch5. Turn.
Row 22: Repeat Row 2.
Row 23: Repeat Row 3.
Row 24: Ch 5, sc, ch3, dc4tog,[*sc, ch3, dc4tog* repeat * 2 more times. Join in Colour E, sc, ch3, dc4tog. Pick up Colour D] Repeat sequence between [ ] until final st. dc in final st. Turn.
Row 25: Ch 1, *sc, ch3, dc4tog* repeat * . Join in Colour E, sc, ch3, dc4tog. Pick up Colour D] Repeat sequence between [ ] until final ch5. Sc in ch5 space. Turn.
Row 26: In Colour E: Ch 5, sc, ch3, dc4tog,[ Pick up Colour D *sc, ch3, dc4tog. *Join in Colour E sc, ch 3, dc4tog* Repeat 2 more times.] Repeat sequence between [ ] until final 4sts. Sc, ch3, dc4tog, dc in final st. Turn.
Row 27: In Colour E Repeat Row 3.
Row 28: Repeat Row 2
Row 29: Repeat Row 3
Row 30: Repeat Row 2
Row 31: Repeat Row 3




End: Tie off and weave in ends. Viola you have a beautiful light weight shawl, which can double as a large folded scarf. Don’t forget to share using #bearrye and tag @bearrye so I can share your finished creations. If you would like access to free crochet patterns, head over to www.bearrye.com and join me on Facebook and Instagram @bearrye to be the first to hear about new pattern releases.

Sunny Sorbet Shawl Sunny Sorbet Shawl Reviewed by Claire Rye-Koswener on February 14, 2020 Rating: 5

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