The Duplexity pattern has no backside, and the cables, that gives this design character and warmth, runs on both sides. The Duplexity pattern suits very well for a warm shawl, throw, blanket, scarf or wrap. Since this pattern is quite compact, I recommend using a bigger hook than recommended on the yarn label, and to choose a light yarn such as an acrylic or wool mix.
The Duplexity Pattern gives you instructions how to make both a triangular Shawl and a rectangular wrap/blanket/scarf.
- Written pattern in English (US and UK terminology), Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish and Swedish.
- Photo tutorials to show the neccesary steps of the pattern.
- Directions how to customize the size.
- Directions how to make a Triangular shawl.
- Directions how to make a Rectangular wrap/throw/blanket/scarf.
- Stitch count.
- At the end of this page is a video that shows how to crochet the “Merge Stitch” that you use at the end of this pattern.
Stitches used in this pattern (US terms):
Chain, slip stitch, single crochet, front post double crochet* and front post treble*.
Stitches marked with an * are described in my Stitch Guide, always available on my blog,
To make the triangular shawl in the pictures:
2 x Cotton Kings Sultan Deluxe (100 % cotton; 250 g/1000 m), 25, Edcora Red.
The measurements of this shawl is approx. 165 x 130 x 90 cm before blocking.
Hook: 4.0 mm
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This is how you crochet the “Merge Stitch” when making the final rows of this pattern: