Crochet Garden Flowers Shawl
Introducing the Garden Flowers Shawl by Yarnspirations. This bright cheerful shawl is easy to make as it consists of 39 flower motifs that are connected together.
Firstly, the flower motifs are relatively easy and quick to make. I can see this shawl is done in 2 – 3 days for someone that has a bit of time on their hands.
Secondly, I really liked how the motifs are connecting to each other. Leave that darning needle in the bag as you won’t need it. You simply complete the final round with the trim and connect it with the neighbour. For this project, you need to make all 39 motifs first before doing the final border/connection round.
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For this pattern, there are written instructions and crochet diagrams available to follow. In the tutorial I have provided, this is Part 1 of 2 of doing this shawl. I show you how to make 1 flower without the joining border as I need to make more before I get there.
This Garden Flowers Shawl would make an excellent gift.
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When is the second part to this video tutorial coming? I tried putting it together myself…totally failed! Ugh! Please help Mickey!
Hi Mikey have you made second part of video? thank you for all you do. :_
Mikey, I am currently making the Motifs for the Garden Flower Shawl and am trying to get them all done before Mother’s Day. Will you have the Part 2 Tutorial up before then? I know you injured yourself and no pressure – Being a Leftie, it helps so much to have your tutorials when I’m not a strong pattern reader. Thanks for all you do!!
LOVE this shawl! After I see how to make it… I was thinking of trying to make it into a table runner too! *new furniture in the living room, so time to re-decorate!*
Thank you so much, Mikey! I am making several shawls for my niece’s wedding (bride + bridemaids + mother) and I was just thinking the other day…I need some fast, but gorgeous patterns…and wouldn’t it be great if I could crochet the motifs together, but at the END…WOW…my wish has been granted. I am currently crocheting a join-as-you-go motif shawl, and let me tell you…I wish the joining could all be done after the motifs are done. This pattern is EXACTLY what I wanted. I didn’t have to hunt for my next pattern…you sent it right to me! Thank you for including it in your newsletter. By the way, I look forward to each of your newsletters. They are a day brightener!
I agree with Linda E. the best tutorials, Mikey is the best.
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