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Crochet Hugs & Kisses Shawl by Jeanne Steinhilber
Crochet Hugs & Kisses Shawl by Jeanne Steinhilber

Crochet Hugs & Kisses Shawl

My friends at The Crochet Crowd Stitch Social have challenged and inspired me to crochet more and more Hugs & Kisses designs.  It’s my pleasure to introduce you to my latest design of the Hugs & Kisses Shawl.  This is one of the easier of the series so far to crochet.

I started and restarted this one a few times before I decided to use the Caron Big Cakes in Afternoon Tea.  I had 2 of these cakes on hand, but just wasn’t sure if I enjoyed the colors.  It wasn’t until I started hooking and watching these beautiful colors start to blend that I watched this blossom into a lovely project.

Of course, you can use your favorite cakes or even try it in a solid color.  And this would make an awesome prayer shawl for a special person that needs comfort.

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19 thoughts on “Crochet Hugs & Kisses Shawl

  1. Please help! I’ve got this started and was doing fine until row/rnd 22 where the pattern gets confusing. Between the verbiage change (row vs. rnd), the row/rnd counts being off, no indication of stitches at the end of each row/rnd, and the instruction being unclear, I’m really stuck! Can you please provide an updated pattern?

  2. Please help! I’ve got this started and was doing fine until row/rnd 22 where the pattern gets confusing. Between the verbiage change (row vs. rnd), the row/rnd counts being off, no indication of stitches at the end of each row/rnd, and the instruction being unclear, I’m really stuck! Can you please provide an updated pattern?

  3. Please help! I’ve got this started and was doing fine until row/rnd 22 where the pattern gets confusing. Between the verbiage change (row vs. rnd), the row/rnd counts being off, no indication of stitches at the end of each row/rnd, and the instruction being unclear, I’m really stuck! Can you please provide an updated pattern?

  4. I’ve also juz started on tis shawl n hv frogged so many times juz couldn’t get it right…almost giving up…definitely helpful if number of counts is given after each row..

  5. I have started this shawl three times and I just can’t get it right. I think I’m messing on on the bobble row. A stitch count for each row would be so helpful . Love the pattern. Don’t know if I have the patience to start again.

  6. Mikey has a great tutorial on YouTube for the x-stitch. He calls it the Cross Stitch. The title of the tute is: How to Crochet Criss Cross: Lesson 11. There is a Left Handed version as well.

  7. My previous comment seems to have disappeared. Love what you do and love this pattern but can you update the second half? Oopsies with the numbering and pc vs bobble. Thanks again!

  8. Love your stuff! Can you revise the second half of the pattern? Row 21 before row 15? It would be super helpful if you could give the counts of the bobbles for each bobble row. I’m on the fourth bobble row and don’t know if there are extra hdc before and after like before. Thanks again!

  9. What is the difference between a “row” and a “round” in this pattern? I’m also confused with “pc” …see below.

    Rnd 21: Pc round. Rep of round 5 with this exception. Ch 2, hdc in same sp as join, hdc [*hdc, pc, hdc] extra hdc before corner, 3 hdc in corner. – 72 pc, 164 hdc. I’m not a beginner but this pattern has thrown me a curve. Any help/explanation would be greatly appreciated as I love the design. Thanks!

  10. LOVE, LOVE your stitchwork on this shawl Jeanne Steinhilber….can I somehow convert this into an afghan or blanket? Is there a video somewhere that I’ve overlooked? I’m just crazy in love with the stitches you’ve put together!

  11. I don’t understand what “continue working in pattern of sc, X-st, sc” means when rows 10-12 aren’t listed. Does that mean I do 3 rows of that pattern?

  12. Jeanne, Love all your new patterns. I want to stay STOP because I cannot keep up. But don’t stop. You are on a roll. And I just returned from the Caribbean cruise with TONS of yarn. So thanks to #handmadewithjoann Joann Fabrics and Crafts I have plenty of yarn waiting to become something.

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