Crochet Lacy Shawl
Absolutely gorgeous is the new Crochet Lacy Shawl from Yarnspirations. It just screams WOW from the minute you see the photo to the time you are crocheting your way through it.
The pattern has the rows 1 – 12 on the diagram and once you really understand how this is being made, you can understand how to grow it. There are only 36 rows. So the first 1-12, essentially 1/3 is in diagram format with you.
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The tutorial below slowly takes you through 1 – 12 and I have done my best to break up the steps so you can see how things connect together, meaning, how the pattern is strategic in growth.
Use the tutorial below to get started. I would recommend a bit of knowledge of pattern reading or diagram understanding will take this from merely a picture to a finished project in your hands. I do try my best to break it all up for your easier understanding.
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Hi Mike I am in the midst of working on this lacy shawl and as I am using two strand of cotton yarn hence it seems to be pretty short, am already at second round of repeating 15 to 22, and am at 22 now. Is there any way that I am able to go one more round of repeating 15 to 22 again before I head on to repeat only 23 and 24 and then the final row? I understand that I will need to repeat  7 times instead of 5 times when I hit on the second repeat of 15 to 22 and I am worry that it might not work. Can advice me on the third round of repeating 15 to 22 possibility? Thanks and I love all your work piece as your tutorial is so detailed and I never miss any stitches.
Love your helpful tutorials! I’m in love my lacy shawl but was curious as to how to make pattern into a poncho style without making two panels and joining…. thanks for you time! Marie
that’s a great question. I don’t know a quick answer without research and testing samples. I’m sorry. Terrific question but needs a lot of time for research.
Hey there, Mike.
I just wanted to thank you, sincerely, for the companion video tutorial for the Lacey Shawl. I have to admit, this pattern had me pulling my hair out on more than one occasion, haha. But your video helped immensely. I honestly don’t know if I’d have stuck with it, otherwise. I’m a big fan of all the videos/written patterns here at The Crochet Crowd. Love your work, and I so appreciate your helpful explanations of the written patterns.
Looking forward to any and all new pieces.
That one is a tough pattern. I had trouble filming it myself. There’s a lot to think about. So you are not alone in the struggle! Enjoy.
I love to watch your videos and I have learned a lot from you. Having said that, I am left questioning of you actually (using the pattern as written) completed this shawl. Starting in row 11, the errors start throwing off the count. Watching your tutorial and the diagram helped me figure out that row and complete twelve. I have seen comments on how to correct rows 23 on. However, I haven’t been able to get past 13. I am mystified as to how, following the instructions exactly, I still have two extra stitches coming into the chain 2. Hopefully, I will figure it out. It is a beautiful shawl, but leaves me Leary of using any other patterns from this company.
I have been struggling with this beautiful pattern for some time now. I’ve frogged to the beginning of Row 23 several times, determined not to give up. Upon checking with some other crocheters on YouTube, there is a suggestion – oops, a flat out statement – that in odd Rows 23 to 31, the [ ] repeat is 5 times, not 4. So far, that seems to work out and lines up with the picture of the shawl laid out flat. In addition, I’m told the [ ] repeat in Row 33 is 7 times. Again, that seems to be in line with the flat view pictured. Needless to say, I have run out of yarn following that rationale and now see that Yarnspirations has changed the number of balls required from 3 to 4. My source in this small town is limited to Walmart and my colour selection is no longer available. They have also removed the last line that says to “sew foundation ch together”. Stuff happens – for sure and I’d hate to see your good reputation sullied over an error that was not yours. Whew – a bit long winded! Sorry. Comments and guidance, please and thanks.
I’m Maria from Germany and did Start to crochet tis year again. Awww I’m so dizzy to See all crochet exemples. I prom that I will make something about your site or youtube. You make a great Job. I’m in Facebook maybe you too. Well, finalie I wish you a great day.
P.S. I hope you can understand me and sorry for my bad english.
Using RH Ombre 482 yds x 2 balls (964) vs 3 balls Bernat Big Stripes at 252 yds (756). I’m on row 33 and out of yarn…why? There are 5 waves at r31 so pattern matches.
Can you help?
What is your gauge of your project. Yarn isn’t equal though may be in the same category. Some yarns are slightly thinner or thicker. So the yardage is wrapped around the hook will vary depending on thickness. Do a gauge swatch and that will help you determine if the yarn is thicker or thinner and why you ran out of yarn early for your substituted product.
This ist an absolutely gorgeous shawl!!!
Ich have one question. How many yarn you have used toll make it?
The yardage is provided on the pattern. 😀
Thanks to you so many people love to crochet. Keep sharing and loving what you do.
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