Crochet Sashay Shawl Pattern

Crochet Sashay Shawl Pattern

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Crochet Pirouette Shawl

Crochet Pirouette Shawl

Crochet Sashay Shawls

Learn to crochet Sashay Shawls. It’s a lot easier than it looks. It’s a matter of understanding the slip stitching and what to look for when doing so.

I have provided a step by step tutorial on getting started.

Yarnspirations Patterns

Free Pattern: Patons Pirouette Shawl (can also use Red Heart Sashay)

There is a total of 8 rows. Rows 1 – 6, you will skip every other top loop. This will cause the row to double itself as it means there will be 2 loops on the bottom for every 1 loop on top. This technique is what is creating the drape.

Rows 7 & 8, you will not skip any loops on the top. This will prevent the shawl from getting any wider and will suddenly start to grow straight down.

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You will need up to 4 balls of Sashay for the Adult Version of this. Up to 3 balls of Mini Sashay.

Refer to the video for step by step instructions and a quick lesson on how to make one.

Video Tutorial (Right and Left Hand)

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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

19 thoughts on “Crochet Sashay Shawl Pattern”

  1. Katarina says:

    How do you end the shawl, i.e. tuck in the end etc?

  2. Sharon garza says:

    Mikey I did the same on my shawl and I’m a size 1x and it doesn’t go around..I like the way it’s coming along.

  3. Marie says:

    I’d love a written pattern too, maybe with pictures? The video is lovely but I need quick reference to carry with my project. Found this trying to get other info to work on another sashay yarn shawl but so far no luck. Starting to look like I might just have to invent lol

  4. Nancy bentley says:

    I am on the 7th row of my shawl and I am still using the first ball of yarn am I doing something wrong?

  5. Hmmm… I’m working along just fine. But I’ve done 7 rows, with double ruffle stitches in each row (I forgot to stop after the 6th row), and I’m STILL on the first ball of yarn. I’ll never get to the third or fourth ball. Have I done something wrong?

    1. Well, I finished it, but it took me less than two balls of yarn… Not sure what to do with the other two at this point…

      1. Nancy Bentley says:

        I am having the same issue, I think I am going to make mine a little longer.

  6. Nancy says:

    I am working on my scarf for the third time and I am on row 4 and I am still on my first ball of yarn! Am I doing something wrong?

    1. no… means you are doing right… We just had to ensure the first ball got you past the 4th row to ensure you won’t see any joining of yarns. 😀 Keep on hook’n!

  7. Diva Silva says:

    Thank you so much, I am almost finishing my own!

  8. Diane Chicklo says:

    Yes luved it and decided ti make one for my grand daughter instead of a caplet. But how do you end the piece?

  9. Eugenia says:

    Hmm… great video, and pattern. As a larger, plus size lady, I guess that if I wanted to make it larger width wise I would just start with more than two stitches at the beginning… I will have to give this a try and play around with it a bit.

  10. V White says:

    Bang On! Generally, I stay away from doing anything with this type of yarn. It has been frustrating, aggravating, etc.. Having said that, after watching your video and what can be done with this yarn, I’m ready to sashay my way over to the craft store in the morning to load up on yarn to make myself a frilly, beautiful shawl. Thank you for your love and passion in this art form. It is very much appreciated.

    1. Heather says:

      Love this! I am looking forward to watching your video, but I was wondering if there was also a written pattern? I like to follow along with the written pattern when watching your videos 🙂 I can’t wait to make one of these!

      1. Jessica says:

        Like heather, I also learn by following the video with a written pattern. Is there one and I’m just not seeing it? Thanks!!!

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