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"I started this and as people say it's confusing, then I saw qa on another site with the same pattern. Actually, you start connecting the flowers during the 2nd round, therefore when speaking of the 1st r the following must be deleted "Current motif is now completed and joined to the previous motif when working the last two petals.""
"Hello,br /My flowers are quite curly. I connected the last (6th and 7th petal) of first round by ch 2sl st in corresponding ch-4 sp of the previous motifch 1. Then second round I followed the instructions, they're now curly. It's true no good instruction how to join when first round - I invented it but not satisfied."
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Apple Blossom Petals Crochet Shawl
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Look like a woodland princess at your wedding with this Apple Blossom Petals Crochet Shawl. This lovely white crochet shawl pattern is the perfect accent piece for your bridal attire. The feminine design is reminiscent of fallen petals, or even scales, and the cute loops on the edges give a delicate twist to the pattern. This DIY wedding shawl also makes a lovely gift for the bride, or a perfect "something new" as she walks down the aisle. Shawls just don't get any more perfect for weddings.
Time to CompleteLonger than a weekend
Project TypeMake a Project
- 861-100 Lion Brand Vanna's Glamour: Diamond - 8 Balls
- Lion Brand Crochet Hook - Size G-6 (4mm)
- Lion Brand Large-Eye Blunt Needles (Set of 6)
- Sewing needle and white thread
- Small silver heart charm or button
About 23 x 58 in. (58.5 x 147.5 cm), at widest points, not including edging.
- beg = begin(s)(ning)
- ch(s) = chain(s)
- ch-space = space previously made
- rep = repeat(s)(ing)
- RS = right side
- sc = single crochet
- sk = skip
- sl st = slip stitch
- sp(s) = space(s)
- st(s) = stitch(es)
2 Crocodile sts (see pattern for explanation) = about 4 in. (10 cm). BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR GAUGE. When you match the gauge in a pattern, your project will be the size specified in the pattern and the materials specified in the pattern will be sufficient. If it takes you fewer stitches and rows to make a 4 in. [10 cm] square, try using a smaller size hook or needles; if more stitches and rows, try a larger size hook or needles.
Edc (extended double crochet)
Yarn over, insert hook in indicated st, yarn over and draw up a loop (3 loops on hook), yarn over and draw through 1 loop on hook, (yarn over and draw through 2 loops on hook) twice.
(Edc, ch 1, Edc) in indicated st.
Note: Each Crocodile st is worked over 2 Edc sts.
Rotate piece so that you can work around the post of the last Edc made (this is the 2nd Edc of a V-st), work 6 Edc around the post of the last Edc made, ch 1, rotate piece so that you can work around the post of the next Edc (this is the 1st Edc of the same V-st), work 6 Edc around the post of the next Edc.
- Shawl is worked from lower back point upwards in Crocodile and V-sts. Sts are increased on each to create a triangle.
- Rows of V-sts are alternated with rows of Crocodile sts.
- Crocodile sts are made by working sts around the post of sts in the previous row.
- The piece is NOT turned at the beg of rows. Instead, at the beginning of EACH row, rotate the piece, keeping the RS facing you, so that you work back and forth across the RS of the piece.
- A charm or button is sewed to the Shawl and can be pulled through the sts to fasten the Shawl.
Instructions for Shawl
Beg at lower back point of Shawl, ch 6; join with sl st in first ch to form a ring.
Row 1 (RS): Ch 3 (counts as first Edc), (5 Edc, ch 1, 6 Edc) in ring (Crocodile st made); do not join. Push the Edc sts together at the bottom of the ring, leaving a straight top edge formed by the sides of the first and last Edc. Row 2 will be worked across this straight edge.
Row 2: Ch 4 (counts as Edc, ch 1 in this row and in all following rows), do not turn, Edc in top of last Edc made (first V-st completed), ch 3, Edc in center ring, ch 3, V-st in top of beg ch- 2 V-sts, 1 Edc, and 2 ch-3 sps at the end of this row.
Row 3 (Crocodile st row): Ch 1, do not turn, rotate the piece, keeping the RS facing so that you can work around the Edcs of the V-sts on the previous row, Crocodile st around first V-st, sl st in next Edc (this is the center Edc of Row 2), Crocodile st around last V-st -2 Crocodile sts at the end of this row.
Row 4 (V-st row): Ch 4, do not turn, rotate the piece, keeping the RS facing, so that you can work across the top of the previous row, Edc in top of last Edc made (first V-st completed), ch 3, Edc in sp at center of next Crocodile st, ch 3, V-st in next sl st (between the Crocodile sts), ch 3, Edc in sp at center of next Crocodile st, ch 3, V-st in beg ch - 3 V-sts, 2 Edc, and 4 ch-3 sps.
Row 5 (Crocodile st row): Ch 1, do not turn, rotate piece, Crocodile st around first V-st, *sl st in next Edc between Crocodile sts, Crocodile st around next V-st; rep from * across - 3 Crocodile sts.
Row 6 (V-st row): Ch 4, do not turn, rotate piece, Edc in top of last Edc made (first V-st completed), ch 3, Edc in sp at center of next Crocodile st, *ch 3, V-st in next sl st (between the Crocodile sts), ch 3, Edc in sp at center of next Crocodile st; rep from * across, ch 3, V-st in beg ch - 4 V-sts, 3 Edc, and 6 ch-3 sps.
Rows 7-58: Rep Rows 5 and 6 twenty-six times - 30 V-sts, 29 Edc, and 58 ch-3 sps at the end of Row 58.
Row 59: Rep Row 5 - 30 Crocodile sts.
Do not fasten off, continue on to work top edging as follows:
Instructions Top Edging
Row 1: Working across top edge, working into ch3-sps behind Crocodile sts, the sp in the center of each Crocodile st and the sps between Crocodile sts, ch 3 (counts as first Edc), work 3 Edc into first ch3-sp behind first Crocodile st, 2 Edc into sp at center of Crocodile st, 4 Edc into second ch3-sp behind same Crocodile st, *4 Edc into sp between Crocodile sts, 4 Edc into first ch3-sp behind next Crocodile st, 2 Edc into sp at center of Crocodile st, 4 Edc into second ch3-sp behind same Crocodile st; rep from * across. Fasten off.
Instructions for Finishing
From RS, join yarn with sc in first Edc of Crocodile st at top corner of Shawl to work down a diagonal side edge.
Row 1: Ch 30, sc in top of 3rd Edc of next Crocodile st, *ch 30, sk next Crocodile st, sc in first Edc of next Crocodile st; rep from * working last sc in first Edc of Crocodile st at lower back point of Shawl, ch 15, sc in ch-1 sp at lower tip of Shawl, ch 15, sc in last Edc of same Crocodile st, ch 30, working up other diagonal side edge, sk next Crocodile st, sc in last Edc of next Crocodile st, **ch 30, sk next Crocodile st, sc in last Edc of next Crocodile st; rep from ** twelve more times, ch 30, sk next Crocodile st, sc in 3rd from last Edc of next Crocodile st, ch 30, sc in last Edc of last Crocodile st at top edge of Shawl.
Do not fasten off, turn to work back down same edge of Shawl, working behind previous ch-loops.
Row 2: *Ch 30, sk next Crocodile st across side edge, sc in first Edc of next Crocodile st; rep from * working last sc in Crocodile st before Crocodile st at lower back point of Shawl, ch 30, sc in sc at lower tip of Shawl, ch 30, working up other diagonal side edge, sc in last Edc of next Crocodile st, **ch 30, sk next Crocodile st, sc in last Edc of nextCrocodile st; rep from ** working last sc in last Crocodile st at top edge of Shawl. Fasten off.
Weave in ends.
With sewing needle and thread, sew heart charm or button to top edge of Shawl, about 16 in. (40.5 cm) from one side point. Charm can be pulled through any open space on opposite side to close the Shawl.
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Mar 30, 2018
If you're looking for a challenge, this crochet shawl is truly stunning. Once it's complete, it will definitely become a prized possession.
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