The Where We Meet Shawl is a triangular shawl that is crocheted from side to side in slanted rows. The shawl have both solid and lace parts.
This pattern can be purchased in my Ravelry Store or Etsy Store !
The shawl is made out of 1 cake of Scheepjes Whirl. The double gradient effect comes from alternating between the inner and outer end of the yarn cake.
Pattern is available in English (US Terms) and Swedish!
The pattern includes:
- full written description
- crochet charts for all pattern parts
- close up images
Size: Around 215 cm wide and around 60 cm long. Perfect to wear around your neck or to wrap around your shoulders.
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Boe can I make the change color? Do I cut the yarn or crochet togheter in the side?
Unfortunately you need to cut the yarn. At least there is not too many yarn changes 🙂
Do you have any tips on changing colors for this shawl?
Hi Amanda! Sorry for the late reply. I did not see your comment until now. I’m doing the color changes on the last pull through of the last stitch of the row before the new color. That means instead of finishing that stitch with the first color, I will pull through and complete that stitch using the new yarn color. Then I go on with the beginning chains of the next row in the new color. Did that answer your question? Cheers,
Hi. Help please on Where We Meet Shawl.
I’m on the lace rows and the end of 2nd row isn’t working out for me. I had correct stitch count for row 1. I’ve counted and checked both rows numerous times but can’t find where I’m going wrong. I’m left with 2 stitches at the end of the row, instead of the 1 stitch stated.
Can you help please. Many thanks.
Hi Anne! Sorry to hear that you have got a problem with the pattern. I will try to help you. It would help to see some pictures and to know exactly which row you’re working on. Perhaps you could send me an e-mail to email@example.com ?
Very many thanks. I’ve just sent you an email. Regards. Anne