Dent de lion Shawlette
This lacy shawl is deceptively easy, working up in just 30 rows of single and double crochet stitches, and requiring just 500m of worsted yarn, making it a great last-minute gift or quickie project. You could also use a lacier yarn and/or larger hook to make a more delicate shawl.
Worked from the top down, it starts as a triangle before widening to form long curved points which mean the shawlette stays put despite its small size. Suitable for adventurous/advanced beginners.
measures approx 70cm neck-to-hem and 130cm tip-to-tip, lightly blocked.
A larger shawl can be made by repeating rows 12-15 (central pattern) and/or rows 21-26 (border pattern).
Pattern includes written line-by-line instructions. Revised edition May 26th 2014 has cleared up some ambiguous instructions and added hand-drawn illustrative charts. Pattern is not *fully* charted.
jlgarde has made an extensive set of notes and errata that can be found here http://www.ravelry.com/projects/jlgarde/dent-de-lion-s