triangular shawl with a fine mussel pattern
This cloth seems very light and supple by the relatively thin wool and the filigree mussel sample and by the design options you can let the cloth rather look noble or hippie.
Triangular scarfs are hard to crochet? Then try this! You begin at a corner and crochet the cloth in a piece, by increasing the stitches only on a side. None stitch together annoying or unnecessary stitch threads up. And thanks to the 14-sided pattern with many pictures beginners also can venture on a triangular scarf! Furthermore I also explain how you get the tassles (thick bobble) and the loose threads to the cloth. So you can experiment to heart’s content again!
- length 125 cm
- wide range: 58 cm
- wool: Wollbutt Mirco, 200 g (or wool with a similar strength: 100 g = 344 m (sport))
- Crochet hook size: Gr. 3,5 (E)
- little tapestry needle
- chain stitches (ch)
- single crochet (sc)
- slip stitch (sl st)
- treble crochet (tc)
- double crochet (dc)
What will be explained in the pattern?
- the basic pattern
- the frays
- the tassels
If you have any questions or suggestions to the pattern, please appeal to me directly. I will help you with pleasure!
I wish you a lot of fun and joy with the crocheting and of course also while wearing :-)
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