Sari Shawl FREE Pattern | KT and the Squid
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This shawl can be done in any size with any yarn and appropriate size hook. Use a lighter weight yarn for a delicate shawl or use a yarn like I used for a real statement piece.
By Katy Petersen
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This Pattern has NOT been tested.
Any weight yarn: My sample was done with 2 hanks of Red Heart Boutique Silk Sari in Ravishing. You can read more about it HERE.
Any size hook: I used a K/6.5mm hook
Ch = chain
Eesc = extra extended single crochet
T-ch: turning chain
- Read all instructions before beginning.
- This shawl is worked flat.
Extra extended single crochet (eesc): Insert hook into stitch indicated, pull up a loop, (yarn over, pull through 1 loop) 2 times, yarn over, pull through 2 loops.
Row 1 – (eesc, ch 2, eesc) in the 8th ch from hook.
Row 2 – Ch 5 (counts as a eesc, ch 2 from here on), turn, eesc in the same eesc, ch 2, eesc in the next eesc, leave the t-ch unworked.
Row 3 – Ch 5, turn, skip the 1st eesc, eesc in the next eesc, ch 2, (eesc, ch 2, eesc) in the 3rd ch of the t-ch.
Row 4 – Ch 5, turn, eesc in the same eesc, *ch 2, eesc in the next eesc; repeat from * across, leave the t-ch unworked.
Row 5 – Ch 5, turn, skip 1st eesc, *dc in the next eesc, ch 2; repeat from * to the tch, (eesc, ch 2, eesc) in the 3rd ch of the t-ch.
Repeat rows 4 and 5 until desired length is reached, fasten off, weave in ends.
Hi, which colour of Red Heart Sari Silk did you use please?
Beautiful, love the mix of color!
The eesc sounds like a double crochet Howe is it different? Can you explain?
For double crochet you yarn over before inserting your hook into the stitch, pull up a loop, yarn over pull through TWO loops, yarn over, pull through TWO loops…It’s very different.
Yep I tried it and you are right. I am sorry I have to actually do the work and not just try to picture it in my head. Thank you
Lol, no worries. It feels a lot like a double crochet as you do it just with out the yarn over at the beginning but looks a lot different.
This is GORGEOUS!