Cosy Crochet Shawlette!



I designed this crochet round shawl a little while ago when my mother asked me to make something warm and cozy to wrap around her neck and arms.


It's an easy project that takes a little getting used to at first , then after 3 or 4 row your hands will crochet blindly , you will just need to count your stitches once a while just to check its the right number.




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WHAT YOU WILL NEED
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Materials

50gr=100m= 109yds

Crochet hook
6mm ( J/10)

Finished dimensions
Around   24,40 inches( 62 cm) neck perimeter and 50cm height.
Gauge: not very important as long as you are using similar yarn weight and hook stated above.

Abbreviations:
Sts=stitches
Ch=chain
Sk=skip
Sl st=slip stitch
Dc= double crochet
Rnd=round
Rep=repeat
inc=increase
prev=previous

Special sts

cluster= 3dc, ch2, 3dc


In this pattern you will have to work in back loops only as in photo



CROCHET PATTERN


Note
  • This pattern is worked in back loops.
  • We begin crocheting from the neck line and below.

Make a slip knot and  chain 57

Rnd 1:dc in the 4rth chain (3 chains count as dc)from the hook, dc in next 5 chains, 2 dc in neχt ch,(=increase) *dc in next 7 chains,2 dc in next ch,* rep from * to *  4 more times, end by crocheting dc in each of last 7 chains (61 dc, )  turn
You should have 6 increases in this round,  6 pairs of 2 dc in same st.
From now on you will be working in back loops only

Rnd 2: ch3(counts as dc), dc in 2nd dc of previous rnd in back loop,  dc in next 6 dc of prev rnd in back loops only, 2 dc in in back loop of next st (that is the second dc of the pair of dc of the first rnd), * dc in next 8 sts in back loops, 2 dc in next st in back loop,rep from * rep from * to *  4 more times, end by crocheting dc in last 6 sts in back loops,  2 dc in  top of ch3, so in total you have 8 dc in this last space  (68 sts) turn

In the next rnds you are working as in rnd 2, you just add 1 dc in every space between the increases, so in rnd 3 you will have 9 dc”s in spaces between increases, , in rnd 4 you will have 10 dc”s, in rnd 5 you will have 11 dc”s…….
*Don’t forget to work in back loops only, I will not write this down in next rows .

Rnd 3: ch3(counts as dc), dc in 2nd dc of previous rnd, dc in next 7  dc of prev rnd, 2 dc in next st( that is the second dc of the pair of dc of the first rnd), * dc in next 9  sts, 2 dc in next st rep from * rep from* to *  4 more times, end by crocheting dc in last 7 sts,, 2 dc in   top of ch3, so in total you have 9 dc in this last space ( 75 sts)   turn

Rnd 4: ch3( counts as dc), dc in 2nd dc of previous rnd, dc in next 8  dc of prev rnd, 2 dc in next st( that is the second dc of the pair of dc of the first rnd), * dc in next  10  sts, 2 dc in next st rep from * x 4 more times, end by crocheting dc in last  8 sts, 2 dc on top of ch3,  ( 82 sts)   turn

Repeat  the pattern until rnd 19, ,you  should have now 187 sts
You can crochet more or less rnds, it depends on how long you want your shawlette to be.









TUTORIAL PHOTOS





























EDGING


  
Rnd 1:ch3(counts as dc),sk 2 sts, * cluster(3dc, ch2, 3dc) in next st, skip 2 sts, dc in next st, sk 2 sts,*  rep from * to * until you have 4 sts left, cluster in next st, sk next 2 st, dc in  top of ch3, turn
Rnd 2: ch3(counts as dc), sk 2 sts * cluster in ch2 sp of cluster of prev rnd, sk 2 sts, dc in dc of prev rnd,sk 2 sts* rep from * to *  until you have 4 sts left, cluster in next ch2 sp, sk 2 sts, dc in top of ch3, turn
Rep rnd 2 two more times or more if you want your shawlette longer.









Fasten off, weave in ends.

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Mary


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