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Anyone know what this pattern I used a few yrs ago is?

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Hi everyone! I made this shawl a few years ago now, and it's worked as a triangle, and as you can see there are some shells. I was almost 100% sure this was lion brand but have been back through all their patterns time and again and can't find it but I know it's something common because it had a lot of reviews at the time. 

Anyone know? thanks so much!! 

 

 

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It's hard to tell by the picture. Do you have one of the finished shawl?

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Maybe this one

 

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I know I've seen this pattern, but for the life of me I'm not finding it. At first I thought it was the Blue Jean Shawl, but, it looks like there are 4-dc on your fans and 3-dc on the referred to pattern. Maybe it was a Caron or Bernat pattern that was eliminated from the pattern lists when Yarnspirations new website came online. If I do see it anywhere, I'll be sure to post it for you.

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I found the name of the stitch, but not the pattern for the shawl.  It is called Fans Lacy Stitch.  Go to www.crochetpatterncentral.com and go to the category "Stitches".  Good luck!

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thank you all!! it's one of the most frustrating things that I didn't save it because it was a good one!! 

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Did you go to the one I pointed out?  You might be able to figure out the pattern from there.

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You say it' a triangle but do you remember how it started like from the point or otherwise?

I think the fans one is a little different though.

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