Fishing For Luck Crochet Shawl

This shawl was so much fun to make! Each time I added one of the little clovers that hang at the end, it felt like such an achievement. And they look so cute!!!

Working from a Scheepjes Whirl cake is always a blast. The excitment of reaching each colour change in the yarn cake! I just love it!!!

The pattern for this beauty is available on Ravelry (click here),

Etsy (click here) and Love Crochet (click here).

Take the Clover Challenge!!!

CLOVER CHALLENGE. We all know that a four leaf clover is a rare thing!! This shawl has three leaf clovers throughout. The challenge is to place one (JUST ONE) four leaf clover somewhere in the shawl. Show off your finished shawl on ravelry and link it to my pattern.

Fishing for Luck Shawl. Scheepjes Whirl in Scrumptious Lush!

The pattern comes in UK and USA terms. It uses a 3.5mm/E hook and one cake of Scheepjes Whirl.

The pattern has been tested by a fabulous group of crochet super heroes, with some incredible results. Below picture shows some of the test shawl results.


Top Left: Dulcy Harris Test Shawl.  Made from Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball.  Colour Feng Shui Grey. H/5mm Hook.
Top Middle: Amanda Haynes Test Shawl.
Top Right: Amy Belanger Dreffs Test Shawl. Made from Lion Brand Mandala in Centaur.  2.5 cakes used. 5mm hook
Bottom Left: Denise Cullen Test Shawl.  Made from Scheepjes Whirl in Brambleberry.
Bottom Middle: Hannah Schmuker Test Shawl. Made from Lion Brand Mandala.  E Hook.  12 pattern repeats.
Bottom Right: Amy Elizabeth Peterson Test Shawl. Made from Yarn Bee Rainbow Wrapsody in Gerbera Daisy. 3mm hook

Now for the Boring Stuff!!!

Many hours of work has gone into the designing and producing of this pattern, You are purchasing/downloading this pattern for personal use only. Please do not copy, rewrite, or redistribute this pattern as your own or otherwise. Please do not resell my patterns.

You are welcome to sell items made from this pattern, but please credit me as the designer and add a link to purchase my pattern in your sale.

Please note my patterns and my images are copyright protected, please do not use my images to sell your items. No pattern or photograph may be reproduced or distributed — mechanically, electronically, or by any other means, including photocopying, without written permission of Auburncraft Design.

This pattern has been tested by a large group of pattern testers, with varying abilities in crochet.

If you are on Ravelry, please add your finished photos as projects as I love to see your finished work.

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