Hello hello hello, My crafty crafters.
In this post, I will have a step by step tutorial on how to create your very own Crochet Pattern- Granny shawl/scarf.
It’s my Birthday and I’ll CRY if I want to CRY if I want to.
A few days ago, it was my birthday. I am officially 28, but going on 30 (Insert laughing).
Being a mom of 3 can wear you out and make you feel older than you are. But the mom life is great, and I wouldn’t be where I am without them.
In my family, it’s a tradition to go out to dinner on our special day. With that said I had to buy a special Birthday outfit, and that birthday outfit needed an accessory.
So, I pulled out my hand dandy crochet hook and grabbed this beautiful tweed yarn and got to work.
Now on to the Pattern
I have created an easy, fashionable wearable item for you to stay warm during the cold months or to add it as an accessory to your fabulous outfit.
The best thing about this piece is that you can wear it as a scarf, or you can even use it as a shawl. The best thing about this pattern is that it only takes a few hours to whip up and it looks great after you are done.
I hope you all enjoy, Below is the instructions and happy crocheting.
|ch(s) = Chain(s)
sp(s) = space(s)
st(s) = stitch(es)
sl st = Slip Stitch
sk = Skip
Dc(dec )= Double crochet decrees
Mc = Magic circle
|sc = Single Crochet
hdc = Half Double Crochet
RS = Right Side
WS = Wrong Side
FO = Finish Off
Hdc(dec) = Half double crochet decrees
FPDC = Front post double crochet
|Yarn – Hobby Lobby I love this yarn in tweed. (378 yards used.)||tapestry needle
Row 1: Creating a magic circle add 3 dc, ch 2 3dc. Ch 2 and turn your work. (6)
Row 2: In the same st as the ch add 2 dc (Note your ch 2 for the starting row counts as a dc.) Ch 1 working in the ch space from the previous row work 3 dc, ch 2 and add 3 more dc in the same ch space. Ch 1 sk 2 and add 3 dc in the last st. ch 2 and turn. (12)
Row 3: in the same st as the ch add 2 dc (Note your ch 2 for the starting row counts as a dc.) ch 1 working in the ch space from the previous row work 3 dc, ch 1 add 3 dc in the next ch space, ch 2 and add 3 more dc in the same ch space. Ch 1 working in the next ch space add 3 dc, ch 1 Now sk 1 and add 3 dc in the last st. ch 2 and turn (18)
(Keep repeating these steps till you have worked it up to the size you would like.) (Note mine has 29 rows total.)
Create 3 Tassels:
To create the tassels cut 24 strands about 12 inches’ long
fold in half and add a piece of string to tie off to create the puff. Then sew on.
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