Crochet Shawl On A Plane
Designed with texture and 4 unique rows in the pattern to keep your mind busy instead of getting stuck in the boredom of a plane journey.
The pattern is a 4-row repeat which is easy to count. Every time the pattern repeats, the bean stitches and treble back post cross stitches will have expanded by 5. So you can double check your counts at those rows fairly easily.
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I took off from Halifax and it took me an hour to keep restarting to get the counts and look I wanted. By the time I was flying over Quebec, I had my pattern in my head and began to make the sample.
Landing in Toronto and continuing to make my shawl as I waited for the next plane, I boarded again for another 5 hours to San Francisco. By the time I got to San Francisco, we had a 3-hour layover and again another 1-hour flight to Reno, Nevada! It was a long day to put it in family-friendly terms.