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The Piper ParaShawl | Premium Crochet


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Hey there Piper.

As a designer, I spend a lot of time researching stitches, garments, fashion trends, colors, etc. With this design, I didn’t have to do any of that! In a sense, this piece chose me!

On Mondays, I meet with a wonderful group of girls for a Crochet/Knit date. When my friend Torey came in a few weeks ago, I could not stop staring at the beautifully draped shawl around her neck! I immediately asked about it. I HAD to see it up close. She, being a fiber lover like myself, even let me squish it in my hands.

I needed it!

..and of course, her’s was knit.

Story of my life!

I searched the internet far and wide for something/anything similar in the crochet world and when I came up short, I went on a mission to design one. I wanted every crochet artist in the world to have this amazingness around their neck or on their shoulders.

The yarn was a no-brainer for me! Dreamers plied yarn is an amazing fingering weight yarn. It’s my go-to for lightweight designs. So with that, I put hook-to-yarn..

Alas, The Piper ParaShawl was born!



And just look at that drape!

Can you do this in heavier yarns? Sure! Go for it! In fact, I had a couple testers play around with some Lion Brand Mandala and they came out beautifully; but I have to say, there is something about the weight and the squish that is so phenomenal in a Fingering weight. So, don’t fear the light weight yarns. This is a simple/mindless/binge-worthy repeat and it is so worth it!!

This is the first in a series of ParaShawls!! I am obsessed. I hope you guys love it too!


Let me know your thoughts!!!

Until next time,

Kayla N.


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