Faded Flowers Shawl Crochet pattern

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Materials:

You can use any kind of yarn with matching hook size. 

I used 12 balls of Cosy fine faded by Durableyarn,  58%cotton/42%polyacryl, 50gr/105m. (227,269, 2190, 2134, 2135 2156, 352, 2168, 2205, 371, 289, 321)

Hook 4,5mm.

You can buy this yarn here at Caro’s atelier, it’s a dutch website but they do send worldwide. You can see the costs here.

Measurements:

Made in Cosy fine faded this shawl measures about: 190x60cm.

1 flower measures about 12cm

Abbreviations US terms:


beg beginning

ch chain
dc double crochet

slst slipstitch

st stitch/stitches

ch-sp chain space 

Full motif 1:

Make a magic ring or ch 3 and close with ss in first ch to form ring
Round 1: ch 2 (=1dc), 11dc in ring. Close with slst in 2nd ch from beg, cut yarn and fasten off.

Round 2: join new color in any st, ch 2 (=1dc), 1dc in same st, (1dc, 5ch, 1dc) in next st, *2dc in next st, (1dc, 5ch, 1dc) in next st, repeat from * 4

more times, close with slst in 2nd ch from beg. Cut yarn and fasten off. 

Round 3: join new color in between the 2dc with a slst, *(5dc, 1ch, 5dc) in 5ch-sp, slst between the next 2dc, repeat from * 4 more times, (5dc, 1ch, 5dc) in 5ch-sp, close with slst in slst from beg. Cut yarn and fasten off, work away end.

Motifs 2 – 55 and joining all motifs together: 

Rounds 1 – 2: as for Motif 1. 

Round 3: 

All motifs are joined together as-you-go in every 1ch-sp while crocheting the 3rd and last round, as follows:

Photo tutorial:

remove hook from loop and insert hook in any 1 ch-sp of a finished motif
pick up loop again and pull through
work the 1ch (= forming a slst now), continue working in pattern and work the 5dc in the 5ch-sp and slst between the 2dc
remove hook after working 5dc in 5ch-sp and insert in 1ch-sp from finished motif
pick up loop again and pull through
work the 1ch (=forming slst now), continue working in pattern.

Use this schematic below and join 55 full motifs.

Finishing the upper row with ½ motifs: 

½ motif: make a magic ring, or work 3 ch and slst in first ch to form a ring. 

Round 1: 2ch (=1 dc), 6dc in ring, cut yarn and fasten off.

Round 2: join new color in 2nd ch from beg round 1, 7ch, 1dc in same st, *2dc in next st, (1dc, 5ch 1dc) in next st, repeat from * 4 more times, cut yarn and fasten off.


Join ½ motif in the 3rd and last round to the upper row with complete motifs as follows:

join new color in 7ch-sp, 2ch, remove hook from loop and insert hook in 1ch-sp in upper corner of a finished motif, pick up loop again 
pull through, work 1ch (= forming a slst now), 5dc in 7ch-sp, *slst in between the 2 dc, 5dc in 5ch-sp, remove hook from loop and insert hook in 1ch-sp of finished motif
pick up loop again and pull through, work 1ch (= forming a slst now), 5dc in 5ch-sp, repeat from * 1 more time, slst in between the 2 dc, 5dc in 5ch-sp, remove hook from loop and insert hook in 1ch-sp of finished motif, pick up loop again and pull through, work 1ch (= forming a slst now),  1dc in same space. Cut yarn, fasten off and work away ends.

(Note: the half motif on the left you start joining in the second 1ch-sp)

Repeat until all 11 half motifs are joined to the upper row.

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