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Helping our users. ​Thick Crochet Shawl.

Susan
Oct 20, 2021 07:38 PM

You’ll need:

675 yards of I Love this Chunky yarn in Heathered Brown color;

Crochet hook 8 mm.

Size: Small/Medium – starting chain of 44 chains

For larger sizes: Large/Extra Large – starting chain of 50

19” wide x 57” long.

Instructions

Main Panel

Ch 44

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across. 43 sc’s. Ch 1. Turn.

Row 2: sc in 1st sp and ea sp across. Ch 1. Turn. 43 sc’s

Row 3: repeat Row 2. At end of row ch 3. Turn

Row 4: sk 1st sp; hdc in next sp; *ch 1; sk next sp; hdc in next sp*. Repeat from * to * to end. Work the last ch, enter last hdc in turning ch. You will have 22 “windows”. Ch 3. Turn

Row 5: hdc into top of 1st hdc post below; ch 1;* hdc into top of next hdc; ch 1*. Repeat from * to * to end, entering last hdc into turning ch. You will have 22 “windows”. Ch 1. Turn

Row 6: sc into 1st sp (the “window”); 2 sc in next sp and ea sp to last sp. 1 sc in last sp; sc in turning ch. 43 sc’s. Ch 1 Turn

Row 7: Repeat Row 2

Row 8: Repeat Row 3

Continue in pattern repeating rows 4 – 8 for 3 rows of sc’s and 2 rows of hdc’s for a total of 113 rows ending with the sc rows. You will end with the right side facing you. At end of last row tie off yarn.


Border

Row 1: Working with wrong side facing you, attach yarn with a chain at the bottom corner of the panel (the long edge). Sc in same sp. Enter sc’s evenly spaced along the edge. Avoid entering sc’s in the larger sp’s by entering the hook into two strands of the edge.

Row 2: sc in 1st sp and ea sp across. Tie off yarn.

Repeat for the other long edge.

You may add sc rows if you prefer a wider border.


Pockets

Make 2.

Ch 28

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and ea ch across for 27 sc’s. Ch 2. Turn

Row 2: hdc in 1st sp and ea sp across. 27 hdc’s. Ch 2. Turn

Row 3 – 11: Repeat Row 2. At end of Row 11, ch 3. Turn

Row 12: sk 1st sp; hdc in next sp; *ch 1; sk next sp; hdc in next sp*. Repeat from * to * to end. Work the last ch, enter last hdc in turning ch. Ch 3. Turn

Row 13: hdc into top of 1st hdc post below; ch 1;* hdc into top of next hdc; ch 1*. Repeat from * to * to end, entering last hdc into turning ch. Ch 2. Turn

Row 14: hdc in 1st sp; 2 hdc in next sp and ea sp across to last sp. Hdc in last sp; hdc in turning ch. 27 hdc Ch 2. Turn

Row 15: hdc in 1st sp and ea sp across. 27 hdc. Tie off yarn.


Assembly

With right side of panel facing up and right side of pocket facing up, position pocket about one inch from the bottom and evenly positioned from both edges.

Using a yarn needle and length of yarn, attach using a whip stitch, beginning at top left of pocket and stitching down the left edge of pocket, along the bottom and up the right edge of pocket. Tie off yarn.

Weave in tails.

Helping our users. ​Thick Crochet Shawl.
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