Logwood Shawlette

Sep 29, 2009
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Author

Sarah Margaret Crittenden

Introduction

I made this simple little shawl after looking at the Dragonfly Shawl and being too lazy to do that one!

Materials List

G hook

fingering weight or sock yarn - at least one skein, but if you want to make it bigger, you will need more yarn

yarn needle

pins and a surface for blocking - I used large push pins and did it on my wooden deck

Finished Size

it's up to you!

Gauge

not important

Notes

This pattern is written by a lazy person, so your going to have to use your noggin to work it out. It is more of a sketch than an all out pattern. Good luck! I know you can do it! (I am also a very friendly person who is more than willing to answer questions and help you along.)

 If you would like to buy the full version of this pattern - complete with charts!  I changed the name to Shawlette de Veronique and it is available in my Ravelry store http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/shawlette-de-veronique

The Pattern

Logwood Shawlette

abbreviations :

ch = chain

ch 2 sp = chain 2 space

slst = slip stitch

dc = double crochet

 

special stitches :

Shell = 2dc, ch3, 2dc

v = 1dc, ch1, 1dc

V = 1dc, ch3, 1dc

 

To begin :

ch 6, join in a circle with a slst,

ch 5, (dc in ring, ch 2) x 5

For the rest of the shawl :

start each row with the following : ch 5, 3dc in ch 2 sp, ch 3

end each row with the following : ch 3, 3dc in ch 2 sp, ch 2, dc in same ch 2 sp

the very middle of each row will always be a Shell

the main idea for this shawl is based on repeating a 5 row pattern of increase :

1. V, ch 3, shell, ch 3, V

2. v in ch 3 sp, V in V, v in ch 3 sp, ch 3, shell in shell, ch 3, v in ch 3 sp, V in V

3. v in v, ch 1, V in V, ch 1, v in v, ch 3, shell in shell, ch 3 v, ch 1, V, ch 1, v

4. v, ch 2, V, ch2, v, ch 3, shell, ch 3, v, ch 2, V, ch 2, v

5. V, ch3, shell, ch 3, V, ch 3, shell, ch 3, V, ch 3, shell, ch 3, V

 

continue on repeating this pattern and you will end up with a very ruffly shawl

I didn't want it to be so ruffly, so I started doing treble crochet instead of double after a while

block it out with pins to open up the lace and achieve the best drape

Here is a picture of the shawl before blocking

 

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Comments

little alien wrote
on Sep 29, 2009 4:59 PM

Cute!!!

Thands wrote
on Sep 30, 2009 4:57 PM

A one skein project. Love it! Thanks, Sarah!

Katybug1 wrote
on Oct 1, 2009 9:47 AM

Oh, totally WOW! I'm a sucker for shawls and this is one of the best I've seen. I ordered a dragon shawl pattern off of etsy (the only one I've ever bought) and it's beautiful but I got bogged down and gave up. Now this one, I'm putting on my list to make for ME! Thanks so much for posting it.

Hugs and blessings,

Katybug

on Oct 6, 2009 5:56 AM
Beautiful, very well done.

It's on par with it's knitted counterparts.

"Be the Change you want to see in the world."

- Mahatma Ghandi

on Oct 6, 2009 3:14 PM

mad for crochet!

Why thanks everyone for your nice comments! I am thrilled that you all like it and I hope to see some of your versions in the FO showoff in the forum. :)

ChrisS@17 wrote
on Jan 7, 2010 3:18 AM

Gday there Sarah I think this is a lovely shawl and would you mind If I wrote the pattern out,

thanks Chris

on Jan 7, 2010 5:38 AM

mad for crochet!

Hi Chris,

I am glad you like the shawl. I'm not sure what you mean about writing it out, as I thought that is what I did above. You are welcome to make a copy and share it with friends, but I ask that you give me full credit for the design. If you mean write it out row by row and then call it your own, I would not be okay with that. I am planning writing it out and making a chart for it someday so I can sell it on Ravelry. Of course you are welcome to write it out row by row, as long as you still give me credit for the design. I hope this message sounds as friendly as I mean it to. :) -Sarah

on Jan 7, 2010 2:09 PM
You simply wanted something simpler.
Beautiful and feminine and a finished project!

and on paper, too!!

Happy trails

dd

JenniferL@71 wrote
on Jan 19, 2010 10:25 AM

I love this pattern and so excited to make it ....

cdb19491 wrote
on Jan 19, 2010 11:26 AM

Very Pretty

on Feb 3, 2010 5:14 PM

Sarah

Are you using American stitch descriptions or UK/Australian? 

Its really lovely!

cC

pateiwah wrote
on Feb 25, 2010 10:50 AM

this would be a nice one to make for christmas  or have on hand for an unexpected gift.

how would you suggest to make this larger for a garger person?

I do like it

thanks

Kephra wrote
on Mar 4, 2010 7:54 PM

OMG!! This is what I've been looking for!! Thank you!! I've been wanting to do a shawl for a friend of mine and this is perfect...exactly what I was wanting!! I love it!!

lunette wrote
on Jun 3, 2010 3:24 PM

this an amazing shawl it's really cute. I like it