I love a good triangle shawl and I love an oversized wrap – so I made both with this Pentapoint Wrap! The pentapoint refers to the points of the five granny triangles that make up this design. It’s a good project to use up yarn scraps! I’d love to see this with some prints and patterned yarn mixed in with solid colors some day.
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-Loops and Threads Impeccable Yarn (White, Golden Beige, Putty, Soft Rose, Teal)
Abbreviations (US terms):
CH – chain
DC – double crochet
SS – slip stitch
Easy – must be familiar with basic stitches
13 stitches x 7 rows of DC = 4in x 4in (I crochet loosely, so check your gauge!)
CH 2 does not count as a stitch.
Model is 5’8 for reference.
<PANEL> (Make 5)
SS to first CH form a circle.
Row 1: Working into the circle, CH 2, 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC into ring.
Row 2: CH 2, turn, 2 DC in first stitch, DC across to center, (2 DC, CH 2, 2 DC) into CH 2 space, DC across to last stitch, 2 DC in last stitch.
Repeat Row 2 until row 17.
Take five triangles (after blocking) and lay them flat. Whip stitch along the long edges to form a polygon.
Add tassels to two ends. Weave in ends and enjoy!
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