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Tea In The Parlor Shawl
Pattern Number: L30133
Rating: *****
5.0 (based on 5 reviews)
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Tea In The Parlor Shawl Reviewed by Pat McGrady on 2014-10-13 *****
I didn't think I would like this item until I finished it. It is just as pretty as the picture. Might make some more.

Tea In The Parlor Shawl Reviewed by Veronica Barrera on 2014-01-22 *****
Beatiful! I made this in two days, easy And cozy, perfect for a present!

Tea In The Parlor Shawl Reviewed by Jill Simms on 2013-10-21 *****
I love this pattern. It is so simple yet
every one loves it. I have made six of them to give away. The lacy edge is

Tea In The Parlor Shawl Reviewed by Helen Ashenfelter on 2013-11-01 *****
The pattern was easy to do and worked up beautifully. The first time I made it, I used the needles called for and added an extra set of rows 5-12 to make it longer. The second time I made it, I used size 15 needles and that worked out much better for the size. I made them as prayer shawls.

Tea In The Parlor Shawl Reviewed by barb swart on 2013-10-20 *****
In the picture this looks like it hangs well below the waist, but in all reality, if you were to end with the finish size shown (48" x 27"), It will end about your waist. The 2nd & 3rd wrap, I just continued the pattern, until I had the desired length. It is a nice, easy to follow pattern and looks very nice when finished. I am making these for charity shawls. And of course one for myself.

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