Interweve Crochet Moss Fern Wrap

Feb 17, 2010
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This delicate lace is created using an easy two-row repeat. A great introduction to lace, this shawl is worked from the long edge downward into a trapezoid shape. The pattern can easily be continued to create a triangle, or done on a smaller scale altogether for an elegant shawlette, scarf, or neckwarmer.

Moss Fern Wrap
Kimberly K. McAlindin

Finished Size: 88" wide at neck and 26" long from neck to bottom of shawl.

Yarn: Alchemy Haiku (60% mohair, 40% silk; 325 yd [295 m]/ ¾ oz [25 g]): #64C hidden place (green multi), 3 skeins.

Hook: Size G/6 (4 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

Notions: Stitch markers; yarn needle.

Gauge: 19 sts and 8 rows = 4" in patt after blocking. Gauge is not critical in this pattern.


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manybass wrote
on May 7, 2010 3:17 PM

It is adrobale.

johabli wrote
on May 7, 2010 10:06 PM

I am a big longhaired bearded 60 year old man who looks like he should be a member of ZZTOP, except first thing in the morning when my beard is askew and my hair in disarray, when I resemble an image of an angry Zeus. When I first learned to crochet people looked at me and told me I wouldn’t want to, nor would I like having anything to do with lace! Period. End of sentence. There is just no way they could have been more wrong. I’m not likely to be making gossamer scarves for my brothers or my nephew, they all received scarves last year but they were pretty much utilitarian and I used RHSS camo yarn. But they aren’t the only people for whom I wish to make gifts. I have a few lady friends and aunts and nieces and they probably would not be overly enthused by camo scarves. The Moss Fern Wrap I find very attractive, and at least one “somebody” will probably get one for Christmas. I love crochet lace, and I don’t care who knows it. John Hablinski

on May 8, 2010 7:47 AM

Well, I absolutely love it... and I am trying to figure out a way to get myself near the top of Johabli's Christmas list, since I've hurt my elbow and am banned from knitting or crochet for a while (John. fushia or copper would be wonderful, thank you so very much!) 

Carmelle48 wrote
on May 8, 2010 10:15 AM

This is absolutely beautiful and so delicate.  I could see my daughter enjoying this for her 30th birthday.

crochetrenee wrote
on May 9, 2010 1:32 PM

Good for you, Johabli, and to all your lady friends fortunate enough to get the Moss Fern Wrap (or anything else, for that matter...) as a gift from your hook! I have some Cherry Tree Hill in my stash that has been waiting for the right shawl pattern....I may have found it!

HeleneM@4 wrote
on May 11, 2010 1:10 PM


D.B wrote
on May 20, 2010 1:42 PM

Plesae, please , please PPPPPPLLLLLEEEEAAAASSSSEEE make this a free pattern so many of us are in love with it.


The Docduchess

trishklara wrote
on May 27, 2010 4:21 PM

I can't down load this can you please, someone just send me the two row pattern or intructions.



trishklara wrote
on May 30, 2010 1:23 PM

I have tried to download this pattern as my first free pattern, can anyone give me tips to downloading. I have written the designer/creator and other on the website and no one is answering.

Tripti wrote
on Jun 10, 2010 12:20 PM

I wish this was a free pattern and I could use it.....I live in India and it is tough to buy anything in dollars, specially since I do not have a credit card and cannot pay on net. Can you come up with some easier solution for Indians?


ddcarlos wrote
on Jul 12, 2010 6:17 PM
Lolly C. wrote
on Jul 14, 2010 8:32 AM

This is a beautiful pattern! Wish these patterns were more easy to obtain. I will have to go out & try to purchase this edition.

dearose wrote
on Aug 20, 2010 12:13 PM

this pattern is so delicious! i'm currently working on it for my first shawl. Im using a very fine laceweight lambswool yarn (cause i couldn't afford that ammount of mohair!), and so far it's looking really good :) i can't wait to get it finished and blocked! (it'll be my first time blocking, too). i saw this while browsing through the wesite, and i immediatly fell in love. i was so feverish to get this pattern, but luckily one of my friends is subscribed to the magazine, and she was able to share it with me. it really is a very simple pattern, and felt so silly for not being able to get it from just looking at it, haha!!

but i do agree that this should be made a free pattern. it's just way too yummy to have to pay for it (plus the mohair is expensive enough as it is!).