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The Egmont Shawl is an easy asymmetrical shawl that starts with just a few stitches. I love that it’s the perfect project to take on the go
Stauffer Shawl Tunisian Crochet Pattern
This shawl is perfect if you’re new to Tunsian crochet and want to try it out!
I designed this shawl for those beautiful striped yarns out there. The Doty Shawl is asymmetrical and starts with just s few stitches. I love how the stripes get thinner as the shawl gets wider. The great thing is you can use any yarn and any appropriate size needles.
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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 is copyrighted by KT and the Squid. You may NOT copy, share, change or sell the pattern itself.
If you’d like to sell finished items from this pattern please do! Finished items belong to you and you may do what you wish with them. If you choose to sell them on Etsy please credit me (KT and the Squid) as the designer.
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.