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I am a Jill of all trades , SAHM and lover of all crafts. I think my middle name is Creating :) Each day I try to invision some new detail or put together some stiches I have never done before for a new look. I can`t wait to see what tomorrow will bring . Feel free to leave a comment and let me know how I am doing.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

MOM`S SHAWL


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This shawl was started in the center of the neck and done with treble stitch . I then added the collar to it. You can change colors where you like to give it your unique touch .


row 1 crochet 3 chain stitches and trebble in second stitch from hook for a total of 8 stitches in the same stitch , chain 3 and turn

row 2... ***trebble in 1st stitch twice and 2 trebble stitches in the next and continue making 2 trebble stitches in each stitch across (16 stitches) chain 3 and turn

row 3( increase every other stitch ) .. ***trebble in 1st stitch , 2 trebble stitches in next stitch .....*** follow till the end of row chain 3 and turn

row 4(increase every 3rd stitch ) .. ***treble in 1st stitch , trebble in 2nd stitch , 2 trebble in 3rd stitch ....*** follow to the end of row chain 3 and turn

trebble is used for the entire shawl ...

row 5 .... your increase is every 4th stitch ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 6...your increase is every 5th stitch ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 7...your increase is every 6th stitch ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 8 ...your increase is every 7th stitch ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 9 ... your increase is every 8th stitch ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 10 ...your increase is every 9th stitch ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 11 ...your increase is every 10th stitch ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 12 ...your increase is every 11th stitch ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 13 ...your increase is every 12 stitches ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 14 ...your increase is every 13 stitches ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 15 ...your increase is every 14 stitches ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 16 ...your increase is every 15 stitches ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 17 ...your increase is every 16 stitches ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 18 ...your increase is every 17 stitches ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 19 ...your increase is every 18 stitches ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 20 ...your increase is every 19 stitches ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 21 ...your increase is every 20 stitches ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 22 ...your increase is every 21 stitches ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 23 ...your increase is every 22 stitches ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 24 ...your increase is every 23 stitches ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 25 ...your increase is every 24 stitches ...chain 3 at the end and turn

row 26 ...your increase is every 25 stitches ..slip stitch

depending on what yarn you are using , you may want to add a scalloped edging at the bottom ...I didn`t do that with this because I used this textured yarn at the bottom and therefore did not need it.....you can also use fringe to the bottom .

A simple scallop is doing *single crochet in your 1st 3 stitches then do 3 double crochet in the next stitch * follow that pattern to the end and just slip stich and sew in your yarn end

For the collar , I just crochetted it on ...My collar is a total of 60 stitches ...count back from your center 30 stitches and start trebble stitches for a total of 60 stitches ..chain 3 and turn ...trebble every stitch making sure you do not miss your last stitch and your very 1st stitch because that is what will form your collar shape .I made 8 rows ...you can make more if you like a larger collar.

I also added ties right where the collar starts by doing a chain as long as I wanted it and then single crochet it so its thicker .
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This pattern may be used for personal use only but is not to be photocopied for any other purpose ...please just link to this page for references . You are welcome to pass this link to anyone that is interested in making it.

Thank you :)

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