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Topic: ~Looking for Kate Middleton green shawl pattern in crochet~  (Read 6024 times)
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« on: May 06, 2011 03:30:46 PM »

I really would like to make this shawl for my daughter in crochet (I don't know how to knit).
I know there must be a crochet pattern some where for this ruffled shawl, help!, anyone?

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« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2011 03:37:33 PM »

Looks like it's just a plain triangle with a ruffled edge.  So, make a solid triangle and add a wide edging that has too many stitches. ^_^

« Reply #2 on: May 06, 2011 03:56:34 PM »

Hi fantasticmio,
I have the general idea, but I am not an expert crocheter. I would like to follow a pattern.Thank you for answering my post.

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« Reply #3 on: May 07, 2011 05:28:01 AM »

Lion Brand has a plain solid shawl done in hdc. Here is the pattern(it's free but you might have to sign up)

Then as fantasicmio suggested, the edging is somewhat hyperbolic. I would do 3 dc in each stitch around, then the next round 2 dc in each stitch around. If that is nice and ruffly, then do the 1 dc in each st around until the edging is deep enough.


« Reply #4 on: May 12, 2011 09:28:25 AM »

Hi Maria,
Thank you so much for the link. I saved it along with your suggestion for the edging of the shawl.
I really appreciated your help; I am not a very experienced crocheter, but I like to crochet fun projects for my family.
Thanks again for taking the time to respond my post.

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