Monday, September 8, 2014

The Everyday Shawl Crochet Pattern Picture Tutorial

The Easiest and  Quickest Shawl Pattern 
you will ever make!

Do you have some
laying around and can not figure
 out what to make with it?
This yarn can be a little 
tricky to work with, 
but this pattern is a snap!
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Everyday Shawl Crochet Pattern
 By Sara Sach

Skill - Easy

Materials-
Hook- N- 9.00MM
Yarn - Homespun  Lion Brand Bulky(5) 1.5 skeins (9 oz.)
I used Homespun color -Bourbon
Any (5) Bulky yarn can be used for this pattern.
Yarn needle to weave in ends.

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Double Crochet ( dc)
Picot ( pt st)

Notes:
When working with this type of yarn, it is best to crochet loosely.

Ch4 at ends of rows counts a dc, ch1 on the next row.

R: 1 - Ch5,  dc, ch1, dc in the 5th ch from the hook, ch4, turn (3dc)
(The first 4 chs of the beginning chain count as your 1st double crochet , chain 1.)


R : 2 - 1 dc in the same st as the Ch4, ch1 dc in the next dc,
ch 1, dc, ch1, dc in the last dc, ch 4 , turn ( 5 dc)



R : 3 - 1 dc in the same st as the Ch4, ch1 dc in the next dc, 3 times,
dc, ch1, dc in the last dc, ch 4 , turn ( 7 dc)



R : 4 - 1 dc in the same st as the Ch4, *ch1, dc in the next dc*,
Repeat From * to *  across row,  ch1, dc, ch1, dc, in the last dc,
ch4, turn ( 9 dc)



R : 5- R: 30 -- Repeat R:4
You should have 2 increases for each row.

If you want your Shawl to be bigger, continue to repeat R: 4 until you have the desired size.

60 X 30 inches


R : 31 - 1 dc in the 1st dc, 1 dc in the 1st ch1 space, *1 dc in the next dc, 1 dc in the next ch1 space* Repeat From * to * across row,


We will be working down the side of the shawl toward the point, *evenly space 5 dc, 1 pc st* Repeat down the side of the shawl to the point, then work up the other side of the shawl till you reach the 1st dc, join and tie off. Weave in your ends. 

All Done!




I really love this style of yarn.
I know many do not.
And Struggle crocheting with it.
 But I really like a challenge.
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