Pattern for a cozy and fluffy Tunisian crochet shawl
"Zuckerwatte" is German for cotton candy. This shawl is light, soft and airy, just like cotton candy.
With delicate yarn, a big crochet hook and a lacy stitch pattern you’ll create a cozy and fluffy shawl that caresses your soul. The pattern is now available on Ravelry.
Zuckerwatte is worked sideways and can be finished at any size.
Advanced beginner, basic knowledge of Tunisian crochet techniques is required.
- approx. 500 – 600 m (550 – 650 yds) voluminous yarn like mohair
- Tunisian crochet hook with cable size 8 mm (US 11/L, UK 0) or suitable for your yarn to achieve a nice drape. Gauge is not important.
You can use 1 cake of gradient worsted weight mohair yarn, e.g. Woolly Hugs Bobbel Mohair (500 m / 150 gr., 546 yds / 5.29 oz).
The measurements of this shawl are approx. 166 x 73 cm (65 x 29 in).
Or you can use lace weight mohair yarn and crochet with two strands held together. This offers you endless possibilities in combining your favourite colours.
I made this green shawl with 6 balls mohair silk yarn (210 m / 25 gr., 230 yds / 0.88 oz).
I used a medium green for the entire shawl and combined it with darker, medium and light shades of green. This shawl measures approx. 206 x 77 cm (81 x 30 in).
These two shawls are made from 8 balls Woll Butt Primo Sophie (155 m /25 gr., 170 yds / 0.88 oz) each. They are approx. 217 x 90 cm (85 x 35 in).
The pattern is available here: