Crochet Study of Texture Shawl Pattern

Crochet Study of Texture Shawl Pattern

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Crochet Study of Texture Shawl

Crochet Study of Texture Shawl

Crochet Study of Texture Shawl

The Crochet Study of Texture Shawl is a shawl that is intended to push your limits for improving your stitchwork. The pattern is comprehensive with 59 rows of instructions to complete this masterpiece. This is 62″ across by 35″ deep.

There will not be a specific tutorial make for this shawl as many of the stitches already exist in previous tutorials. I will provide those below.

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Study of Texture Shawl Pattern

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The difference between the Study of Texture Afghan and this is pretty much everything but has to be written differently because you go back and forth in the rows.

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Tutorials

Study of Texture Original Afghan Playlist. Most stitches are shown here. However, watch what is the right side and wrong side. For example. Double Crochet Back Posts on the original afghan could be Double Crochet Front Posts.

Comfort Shawl showing Exact Scalloped Edging Used

Start at the 17:30 minute mark.

 

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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.

18 thoughts on “Crochet Study of Texture Shawl Pattern”

  1. Jennifer says:

    I am stuck on Row 24 – I do not know how to read diagram directions and the written directions aren’t making sense to me, any help would be greatly appreciated!!

  2. Linda says:

    Thank you for the tutorial. Found it a year later, but so happy that I did. Your a wonderful teacher!

  3. Jacqueline Muto says:

    Which size caron cotton cakes do we need the 100g/3.5oz cakes or the 250g/8.8oz cakes?

    1. Mikey says:

      It’s the 100 g size. I designed this prior to the big ones being on the market.

      1. Jacqueline Muto says:

        Okay thought so but wanted to double check. Also is the gauge the same as the blanket even though the hook size is a 4mm for the shawl and 5.5mm for the afghan.

      2. Mikey says:

        I cannot remember off the top of my head. I will check when I get back at my desk in about 3 weeks. Michael

    2. Sharron says:

      Where can I get a copy of
      Study in texture shawl pattern

      1. Mikey says:

        It was linked in the text but I have just added a button for you to see it easier.

  4. Sharon Donovan says:

    I am confused on Goal 1 row 2. why is there a * and **
    the row reads * 1trfp around next dc, 1 trip around dc. 1 trip around next dc **
    (2dc,ch2.2dc)in next ch2 st. repeat from *-**
    does this mean that i do the trfp and repeat or do I add the 2dc with the trfp,

  5. Paula says:

    I really love this design and want to try it, and the self-striping with the Caron Cotton Cakes is perfect, especially the lovely colors in the hollyhock. But it seems that Caron Cotton Cakes is all sold out in most colors. Do you have a substitute cake style yarn that you would recommend?

  6. Ashley Robinson says:

    im a little confused on goal 2… shouldnt goal 3 and 2 be switched? picket fences then popcorn? i looked at the picture of the completed shawl and thats what it looks like goal 3 ( picket fences ) was done before goal 2 ( popcorn )

  7. Cathy Henderson says:

    Looking forward to this!

  8. Anne says:

    hi a friend would love to have this shawl although she prefers rectangle ones, is possible to do this in a rectangle? Thanks

    1. It could be done yes. The afghan took 170 hours to design and shawl is about 140 hours to design. So I am sure a rectangle can be done but I cannot pull that much time aside as we are heading to the face of Christmas at the moment and I am really short of time. There has also been requests for ponchos for this but I am stuck for how much time I have to be able to do it.

  9. Thank you for the diagram pattern

  10. It would be nice if it had complete diagrams

    1. Yeah that would be ideal. IT would take Daniel a week or more to do that. I would have to cancel everything off his plate in order to manage that.

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