Wednesday, April 12
Boot Scootin’ Boogie is a crocheted asymmetrical triangle shawl named after the Brooks & Dunn song. This is a country cousin shawl to Happy Trails to You. It features the same stitch pattern and has the same twisted fringe edging but has a different shape.
This shawl features an easy 4 row repeat that finishes with a crocheted twisted fringe worked in a different color than the body of the shawl.
I made the red shawl with Kraemer Little Lehigh (DK/500 yards) and Yarn Bee Mimosa (99 yards) for the fringe with a size I (5.5 mm) crochet hook. The blocked shawl measures 70” neckline x 31” deep along the last row x 65” along the bottom edge.
You can make it any size from a scarf to a large shawl by changing the amount of yarn you use. Or substitute a different weight of yarn by using a hook size to suit the yarn you choose.
The 4 page patterns has written instructions and a crochet chart for $4.00. Find it in my Ravelry pattern store.
Monday, April 10
Happy Trails to You is a crocheted asymmetrical shawl with a unique, but wearable, shape. It is worked sideways in an easy two row repeat that is finished with a twisted fringe edging.
The pattern is written for 328 yards of sport weight for the body and 75 yards for the fringe in a different color with a size H crochet hook.
Finished size: 40” neckline x 30” deep x 69.5” bottom edge for the blocked shawl.
It can be made with any weight of yarn with a hook size to suit that yarn. Make it any size from a scarf to a larger shawl. A scarf size should take about 150-200 yards of yarn.
The four page pattern includes written instructions, a crochet chart, and instructions for making crocheted twisted fringe. It sells for $4.00 in my Ravelry pattern store.
Tuesday, February 28
Touch the Sky is a generous, crescent shaped shawl that is fast and easy to crochet in an easy two row repeat. Make it in one color, pair a neutral with scraps for stripes, or use a yarn with a long color run. Work the edging in a contrasting or complimentary color.
This shawl can be made with any weight of yarn you like by changing the hook size to suit the yarn. It’s easy to make it the size you desire. My testers worked this shawl in a sport, worsted and fingering/sock weight yarns.
The pictured shawl was made with 445 yards of DK weight yarn for the body and 62 yards for the edging. I used Yarn Bee Urban Chic in gray. (I removed all the brightly colored section and magic knotted the yarn together.) The edging yarn was Yarn Bee Mimosa in tuquoise.
Blocked this shawl measures 69” neckline x 21.5” deep. I wet blocked it for the cotton in the yarn and steam blocked it to control the acrylic yarn.
Regular price is $4.00. The 4 page pattern includes written instructions and crochet charts.
You can find the pattern for sale in my Ravelry pattern store.
Friday, February 10
It can easily be made smaller or larger depending on how much yarn you have. It can be made in any weight of yarn by changing the hook size to suit the yarn.
With fingering weight yarn and a size G hook, you’ll need 500 yards for the body and 67 yards for the border to make a blocked shawl that measured 76” neckline x 49.5” last row x 64” lower edge.
The 4 page pattern includes written instructions and crochet charts.
All proceeds from this pattern will be donated to the Mercy Corp.
Tuesday, November 8
My testers liked this pattern so much that most of them made both sizes and were talking about making more for gifts.
This scarf is easy to adapt to any weight of yarn by changing the hook size to suit your yarn and changing the number of stitches that you start with for a longer or shorter scarf/cowl.
The 3 page patterns features written instructions and a crochet chart. Instructions are given for joining to work in a spiral round (and not joined rounds). Pattern price is $4.00 in my Ravelry store.
Monday, October 24
Flaming Feathers Shawl is a crescent shaped shawl that is quick-to-hook with one 400 yard skein of sock yarn and a size G (4 mm) crochet hook. The pictured shawl was made from one skein of Sweet Georgia Cashluxe Fine in the evergreen colorway. Blocked, my shawl measured 60” neckline x 18” deep at center back.
I designed this as a challenge to see if I could get a decent sized shawl out of a 400 yards skein of sock yarn. :-) How many of us have this size skein of yarn sitting in our stash! It worked!
The shawl is very easy to make larger. Simply work the body until you use up 50% of your yarn before you begin the flame and feather border. If you have more yarn you can also make the body wider and the border deeper.
Use any weight of yarn you like by changing the hook size to suit your yarn. The size of your shawl depends on how many yards you have, the fiber you use, and how severely you block your shawl.
The pattern is featured in Yarn Crush’s Holiday Gift Box. You can read more about it and how to order a box on Ravelry. http://www.ravelry.com/discuss/yarn-crush/3516904/1-25#6 or here
Yarn Crush Holiday Box
The four page pattern includes line-by-line written instructions, crochet charts, and tips for making the shawl larger. Pattern price is $5.00.