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.

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