Here is a pattern that I wrote up last Spring. I call it my Fall Shawl because of the colors I used in it. All of the yarn isRed Heart Supersaver. I had gone out to the store one afternoon and stopped at a yard sale on my way home. The woman running it has several large totes full of yarn. She told me that she used to do plastic canvas work, but due to an injury she could no longer work at her craft. Needless to say, I took a large quantity of yarn off her hands at a bargain price! Who doesn't love a bargain? And a yarn bargain? It's a win, win.
Skill Level Easy
Materials Four (4) 7 oz skeins Red Heart Supersaver Worsted Weight Yarn (#4)
(A) Warm Brown, (B) Carrot, (C) Ecru and (D) Tea Leaf
J/6 mm Hook ~ or size need to obtain gauge
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
You can choose any four colors that you like or use one solid color, it is up to you.
Stitches Used Chain (ch)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Special Stitches Picot Edging ~ single crochet, chain 3, single crochet in 2nd chain from
hook, single crochet
Gauge 9 double crochet x 3 rows double crochet = approximately 2 inches
Finished Shawl 68 inches across, 34.75 inches from center point to neck edge
Row 1 With color A (warm brown) Chain 3, 2 dc, chain 2, 3 dc in 3rd chain from
hook. Chain 3, turn Chain 3 counts as first double crochet here and
Row 2 2 dc, ch 1 in first dc of previous row, skip 2 dc, 3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc, ch 1
in center, skip 2 dc, 3 dc in top of chain 3, ch 3, turn
Row 3 2 dc, ch 1 in first dc of previous row, *skip 3 stitches, 3 dc, ch 1,
in chain 1 space, (3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc, ch 1) in center space, repeat from
*, end with 3 dc on top of chain 3, ch 3, turn.
Rows 4 - 45 Repeat row 3, changing color as follows:
Rows 1 - 4 Warm Brown (A)
Rows 5 - 8 Carrot (B)
Rows 9 - 12 Ecru (C)
Rows 13 - 16 Tea Leaf (D)
Rows 17 - 20 Warm Brown
Rows 21 - 24 Carrot
Rows 25 - 29 Ecru
Rows 30 - 33 Tea Leaf
Rows 34 - 35 Warm Brown
Rows 36 - 37 Carrot
Rows 38 - 41 Ecru
Row 42 Tea Leaf
Row 43 Warm Brown
Row 44 Carrot
Row 45 Ecru
Picot Edging With Color D (Tea Leaf) join with slip stitch in first dc of front edge, *ch
3, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next dc, (Picot, sc made) repeat from *
to center, skipping ch 1 spaces, center picot, sc, picot, sc, (2 picot, 2 sc
in center space) picot, sc across to edge. (272 ch 3 picots, 274 sc).
When you reach opposite edge DO NOT FASTEN OFF ~
Neck Edging ch 2, sc, ch 2 across neck edge, working single crochets in ends of rows. (91 sc, 90
Fasten off, with tapestry needle weave in and trim off excess ends.
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8/9/2017 05:12:43 am
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