Scalloped Triangle Shawl (Crochet) Photo Tutorial—virustuch2sts2

(^See that link^ the English written version is there)

I found this wonderful crochet pattern on Ravelry.  It is easy and quick.  The pattern uses fingering/sock weight yarn and a small hook, but I used worsted weight yarn and an H hook.  I posted a photo of the completed shawl on Facebook and encouraged several of my friends to try the pattern.

I decided to do a photo tutorial in case they had questions on the instructions.   This is where I found the pattern:—dreieckstuch

Scroll down the page until you see “Click here for authorized English translation.” Click on the word “here”.

Or you can click on the first link provided above for a video presentation of  how to work the shawl.

Now for the photo tutorial:


Chain 10 and join with a slip stitch.

Chain  3, make 19 dc in chain 10 space, but do not join. (20 dc) Chain 3 counts as first dc.

Chain 3 and turn.  1 dc in EACH dc  for a total of 20 (chain 3 counts as 1 dc). Your last dc will go in the top of the chain 3.

Chain 4 and turn. 1 dc AND ch 1 in each dc for a total of 20 dc.

Chain 13 and skip 1 space and sc in next space. Chain 5, skip 1 space and sc in next space. repeat for a total of 3 chain 5 sections.

I wanted to add this graph for those of you who find following a graph easier:

scalloped shawl graph

This should get you started. Follow the photographs.

T 1 T 2

Row 1:

T 3

Row 2:

T 4 T 5

Row 3:

T 6 T 7

Row 4:

T 8 T 9 T 10 T 11 T 12

Row 5:

T 13 T 14 T 15 T 16 T 17 T 18

Row 6:

T 19 T 20 T 21 T 22 T 23 T 24

Row 7:

T 25 T 26 T 27

Row 8:

T 28 T 29

Rows 9 – 12 repeat previous rows. Hope these photos help you understand the this pattern and make it easier for you to do.

P.S.    If you have specific questions that this tutorial does not answer for you, please check out the link above.

Here are photos of my first one and the second one (in progress):

STShawl 1

Project photo

ETA: here are some sites that may help you on how to block a shawl either knitted or crocheted.

Thank you for following my blog. I am glad you like this particular post. However, since all possible questions regarding the pattern are already answered in the body of this post or the comments, no further questions will be entertained on this post.


Another Pincushion Tutorial

I found this site on YouTube with a fabulous pincushion tutorial. You can use up some of those pieces of fabric you have and not feel guilty about saving them. That empty tuna can or cat food can makes a great base. Just make sure you clean it well to get the fishy smell out.

You will need a glue gun, some scrap lace, a bit of felt, a decorative button and some feathers or other decoration. You will also need something to add weight to the can, some fiberfill, and some rubber bands.

Here’s the site for your viewing pleasure:

And this is the one I made this morning. My lace is a little wide, so I had to add a base to the can. I used an old rubber stamp base and glued it to the bottom.

Miss Emma Jean, a Soft Sculpture Doll

For the last few weeks I have been doing a tutorial on one of my groups. From design to finish I showed them how to make a simple soft sculpture doll. It was a lot of work, beginning with the design, taking pictures, writing a little bit. Then sewing a little, taking pictures and writing some more.

I finally completed my doll and now I am waiting on the group members to catch up. I can hardly wait to see what they have done and how they have embellished their dolls.

Now for a little background on Emma Jean. She is, in her own mind, a fashion diva. I don’t have the heart to tell her differently. But she is a loveable character with a heart of gold. One can’t help but love her.