“And I don’t even know the time of day; I guess it doesn’t matter any way…
On da Hook: ?
Off da Hook: January 9, 2016
Pattern: Wingspan by maylin Tri’Coterie Designs
Yarn A: Unknown (Fiber Content: [unnatural fiber]; Yarn Color: [Red]; Yarn Weight: [3, Double Knitting (DK)])
Yarn B: Unknown (Fiber Content: [unnatural fiber]; Yarn Color: [Blue]; Yarn Weight: [3, Double Knitting (DK)])
Hook: US F/5 – 3.75 mm
Dimensions: Neck Width: 11 inches x Cape Width: 66 inches x Cape Wedge Height: 18 inches
Price: USD $ 75.00
I finally got around to converting Maylin’s Wingspan into single crochet. As it turned out I did have my counts right, thought they could always be adjusted to one’s liking; I used the guidelines set forth by Maylin.
A feature that occurred in crochet, which does not present when knitted, is the spines that are created when crocheting the shorted rows. This may make blocking a bit more difficult considering the man-made fibers used to test the conversion. I was just so excited to have finished a long overdue project.
I had to insert the blue wing because I did not have enough of the red to complete the project in one color. Fortunately, I had a duplicate yarn – at least I think they are the same yarn – in a different color, but the same hue. These two colors remind me of bluejays and robins, hence the name of the shawl – Fly, Robin, Fly – by Silver Convention.