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.