Tunisian Crochet Shawl With Pockets | Easy Boho Wrap | Scarf for Women | PDF pattern | Instant Download | US Terms | Modern Design
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I have been seeing a lot of lovely crocheted pocket shawls lately. I wanted to make one using Tunisian crochet and here it is! This shawl is made using two Tunisian crochet stitches - the Honeycomb Stitch and the Mori Lace Pattern. The border is incorporated in the shawl by using the color change method and is not added separately.
WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE PATTERN
1. Complete list of materials
2. Written Instructions
3. Video tutorials for all stitches and techniques used in this pattern.
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PATTERN LANGUAGE AND CROCHET TERMS
Shawl without the fringe: 17” (43 cms) x 60” (152 cms).
Shawl with the fringe: 17” (43 cms) x 76” (194 cms). I added a 8” (20 cms) fringe on both sides.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Tunisian Honeycomb Stitch and Tunisian Simple Stitch
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19 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
This shawl turned out absolutely beautifully and it was a great pattern!
Very easy to follow pattern. For my likings I felt the finished product made the ghost look short and chubby so I made a few changes.
I do like it. It’s not coming out the same but could be the yarn I’m using. Same weight and such but still not like the photo. It’s an easy pattern overall. But I feel there are just a couple mistakes. I can anticipate the pattern sequence so it’s ok, but definitely worth getting. My suggestion would be to use another skein, or other end, of C1 for the passes without design. I’m eating through C2 for no reason. That’s why I did a star less. That needs to change.
A beautiful design from one of my favourite Tunisian crochet designers. Knitter-Knotter has good back-up Tunisian tutorials on YouTube which have proven to be very helpful.