Monday, June 22, 2015

Briar Rose Shawl Crochet Pattern - Photo Tutorial | Posh Pooch Designs


I purchased some yummy yarns 
when we were on an Alaskan Cruise From
 in Skagwag, Alaska.
I made several things for my sisters for Christmas, 
But I  had 1 4oz shank I was saving for something for me.
So I designed TheBriar Rose Shawl.
The Bottom Yarn in the pic.

A Good Alternative for this yarn color is 
Cherry Chip From Red Heart Yarn.
But to get the lusious yarn you have to order from 
the yarn shop in Alaska.

So I designed a simple and Sweet shawl that reminded
 me of a Briar Rose growing wild in the mountains.

Briar Rose Shawl Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach

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Skill: Easy
Materials –
Crochet Hook – H
Yarn Needle
Yarn – Worsted Weight (4) - 4 oz Variegated, 2 oz Solid
              I used – Alaska bought yarn –Variegated,
                 Red Heart Super Saver Brown
  **A Good alternative for the Variegated is Red Heart Super Saver Chery Chip
Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Double Crochet (dc)
Slip Stitch ( sl st)
Skip (sk)
Single Crochet (sc)

Size – 26 x 48 inches, Easily adjusted to larger sizes.


Pattern :
Note: ch3 at ends of rows, counts as 1st dc in the next row.

R : 1- With Variegated yarn, Ch5, join in a circle, in the circle 3 dc, ch2, 3 dc,
 turn. ( 2 3dc clusters)
I chose to do the Photo tutorial in blue, so it would be easier to see.

R : 2 - Ch3, 2 dc in the 1st dc, ch2, (3dc, ch2 3dc) in the next ch2 space, ch2, 3dc in the last dc, turn
(4 3dc Clusters)
R : 3 - Ch3, 2 dc in the 1st dc, ch2,
3dc, ch2 in the next ch2 space,
3dc, ch2 3dc) in the next ch2 space, ch2,
(3dc, ch2 in the next ch2 space
3dc in the last dc, turn (6 3dc clusters)

R : 4 - Ch3, 2 dc in the 1st dc, ch2,
3dc, ch2 in the next 2 ch2 spaces,
3dc, ch2 3dc) in the next ch2 space, ch2,
3dc, ch2 in the next 2 ch2 spaces,
3dc in the last dc, turn (8 3dc clusters)

R : 5 - Ch3, 2 dc in the 1st dc, ch2,
3dc, ch2 in the next 3 ch2 spaces,
3dc, ch2 3dc) in the next ch2 space, ch2,
3dc, ch2 in the next 3 ch2 spaces,
3dc in the last dc, turn (10 3dc clusters)

R : 6 - Ch3, 2 dc in the 1st dc, ch2,
3dc, ch 2 in each ch2 space across,
3dc, ch2 3dc) in the center ch2 space,
3dc, ch2 in each ch2 space across,
3dc in the last dc, turn (12 3dc clusters)

R : 7 – 10  - Repeat R : 6, Increasing 2 3dc clusters per row,
             R : 10  - 22 3dc clusters

R : 11 – Chain Ripple Row – *Ch 4, sk 3 sts, sl in the next st*
Repeat From * to * across row, join with a sl st to the last dc,
  
R : 12- 16 – Repeat R : 6
                     R : 21 ( 32 3 dc clusters)
 Front
Back
I did the Ripple row in yellow so you can see it in the photos.
You will be stitching behind the Ripple Row,
and will have to fit your clusters around the sc from R : 11.
R : 17 – Repeat R : 11

R : 18 - 22 – Repeat R : 6
                     (42 3dc clusters)

R : 23- Repeat R : 11

R : 24 - 28 -- Repeat R : 6
                       (52 3dc clusters)

R : 29 – Repeat R : 11

R : 30 – 35 – Repeat R : 6
                        (62 3dc clusters)


To Make This Shawl larger – Continue to Repeat R : 6 and R: 11 until desired size.

Trim: R : 36 – Change to Brown yarn, Repeat R : 6 ( 56 3dc clusters)

R : 37 – ch3, 4 dc in the 1st dc, 1sc in the 1st ch2 space,
*5 dc in the next ch2 space, 1 sc in next ch2 space*
Repeat on both sides of the shawl,
sc evenly across the top of the shawl, join to top of the 1st ch3,
ch1, turn


R : 38 – 1 sc in each sc across, join, and tie off.

Briar Rose - 


R : 1 -  ch 2, 12 dc in the 2nd ch from the hook,
 join to the 1st dc.

R : 2 – Working in the Front Loops,*Ch 3, 3 tr, in 1st dc, ch3, sl st in the next dc*,
 Repeat 5 more times for 6 petals.
R : 3 – Repeat R : 2 Working in the Back Loops
Tie off leaving a long tail, use that tail to sew on the right front corner of Shawl.


The Briar Rose Shawl Crochet Pattern 
and Photo Tutorial is also Available
in a  PDF file  $1.50 in my Craftsy Shop.

 I Love The colors on this shawl, 
but you can use any colors of Worsted weight yarn.
And Can make it as large as you want to.
It stitches up really fast, and would be a perfect gift.
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