4 January 2020

Lunation Shawl: Crochet Shawl Pattern

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The Lunation Shawl is an asymmetrical triangle shawl or wrap with a large edging at the top end. It's generously sized - height 185cm and widest part 122cm - so that you can wear it in a variety of ways. It's also a really rhythmic make that is very relaxing, but with a more engaging part at the end: a lovely edging consisting of 10 large points.

Below you'll find the pattern in US crochet terms, with the UK equivalents in the table (also below).
You can find the Dutch pattern here. Je vindt het Nederlandse patroon hier.

In my Ravelry and Etsy shops you can purchase a PDF version of this pattern at a discounted price.
The advantages of the PDF version are:
  • Clear layout with instructions in bullet-point format
  • Chart
  • Step-by-step photos to support the edging instructions
  • Similar graphic design as all of my other PDF patterns
  • You support my work so that I can continue to publish free patterns and offer discount codes
Thank you!


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PATTERN

Skill level: Beginners
Materials
Yarn:
Scheepjes Whirl (60% Cotton, 40% Acrylic; 215g/1000m)
Colour + Amount: 751 Liquorice Yumyum x 1 yarn cake
Scheepjes Whirlette (60% Cotton, 40% Acrylic; 100g/455m)
Colour + Amount: 851 Liquorice x 1 ball, of which there will be approx. 25g left
Crochet hook: 3.5mm
Tapestry needle


Where to buy Scheepjes Whirl & Whirlette 

These links will take you to the shops' main page where you can do a search for the yarns you'd like*.


Measurements
Straight edge 150cm/59in, diagonal edge 185cm/72.8in, edge with edging 122cm/48in

Gauge/Tension
Gauge and tension are not critical for this project, but using a larger crochet hook than recommended may result in needing more yarn than listed.

Stitches & Abbreviations
Crochet Terms used in this pattern: US
Stitches used in this pattern:

US Crochet Terms
UK Crochet Terms
[  ]
total number of sts on a row
[  ]
total number of sts on a row
beg
beginning
beg
beginning
ch
chain
ch
chain
ch-1 sp
chain 1 space (or number as indicated)
ch-1 sp
chain 1 space (or number as indicated)
hdc
half double crochet
htr
half treble crochet
dc
double crochet
tr
treble crochet
rep
repeat
rep
repeat
sc
single crochet
dc
double crochet
slst
slip stitch
ss
slip stitch
st(s)
stitch(es)
st(s)
stitch(es)
V-st(s)
V stitch(es)
V-st(s)
V stitch(es)
yoh
yarn over hook
yoh
yarn over hook

Stitch Instructions
beg V-st beginning V-stitch: (ch4 (counts as 1 dc and 1 ch), 1dc) in same stitch or space
V-st V-stitch: (1dc, ch1, 1dc) in same stitch or space

Pattern Notes
For this shawl you start with the Whirl yarn (751 Liquorice Yumym) from the outside (white). Towards the end of the 175 rows that make up the asymmetrical triangle, you will probably run out of Whirl yarn so then you simply continue with the Whirlette yarn (851 Liquorice). The edging is also worked in this Whirlette yarn and colour.

Instructions                                                                             

Base
Start with a magic ring.
Row 1 (RS) Ch2 on top of magic ring ch (= first dc), ch1, 1dc in ring, turn, pull ring tight.
Row 2 (WS) Ch3 (counts as 1dc and ch-1 sp here and throughout), V-st in top of 3 ch, turn.
Row 3 Beg V-st in first st, ch1, V-st in ch-1 sp (which is in effect the ch3 at beginning of previous row), turn.
Row 4 Ch3, V-st in next ch-1 sp, ch1, V-st in top of 3 ch, turn.
Row 5 Beg V-st in first st, ch1, V-st in next ch-1 sp, ch1, V-st in next ch-1 sp (which is in effect the ch3 at beginning of previous row), turn.
Row 6 Ch3, V-st in next ch-1 sp, ch1, V-st in next ch-1 sp, ch1, V-st in top of 3 ch, turn.
I think by now you will have found your rhythm and it is simply a matter of repeating Rows 5 and 6 until you have a total of 175 rows:
Row 175 is a RS row.
You’ll now have a total of 88 V-sts, 87 ch-1 sps.
Fasten off.

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Edging with 10 points
With RS facing, join yarn on right-hand side/diagonal side of shawl and work towards straight edge.
Row 1 (RS) 2hdc in top of 3 ch, 1hdc in ch-1 sp of first V-st, 1hdc in dc of first V-st, *skip ch-1 sp, 1hdc in each part of V-st (= 1hdc in dc, 1hdc in ch-1 sp, 1hdc in dc); rep from * to end, turn. [265 hdc]
Row 2 (WS) Note: Do not start with a turning chain but immediately work first sc in last hdc of previous row.
1sc in each of the first 9 hdc, *ch6, skip 6 hdc, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in next hdc, ch6, skip 6 hdc, 1sc in each of the next 13 hdc; rep from * 8 more times, ch6, skip 6 hdc, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in next hdc, ch6, skip 6 hdc, 1sc in each of the next 9 hdc, turn. [10 (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in Rows 2-9]
Row 3 (RS) Note: Do not start with a turning chain but immediately work first sc in last sc of previous row.
1sc in each of the first 8 sc, ch4, *1dc in first dc of group of 3 dc, ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, ch4, skip next sc, 1sc in each of the next 11 sc, ch4, skip next sc; rep from * 8 more times, 1dc in first dc of group of 3 dc, ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, ch4, 1sc in each of the next 8 sc, turn.
Row 4 (WS) Note: Do not start with a turning chain but immediately work first sc in last sc of previous row.
1sc in each of the first 7 sc, ch4, *1dc in next dc, ch2, 1dc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3), ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of group of 3, ch2, 1dc in next dc, ch4, skip next sc, 1sc in each of the next 9 sc, ch4, skip next sc; rep from * 8 more times, 1dc in next dc, ch2, 1dc in first dc of group of 3 dc, ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, ch4, 1sc in each of the next 7 sc, turn.


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Row 5 (RS) Note: Do not start with a turning chain but immediately work first sc in last sc of previous row.
1sc in each of the first 6 sc, ch4, *(1dc in next dc, ch2) twice, 1dc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3 dc), ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, (ch2, 1dc in next dc) twice, ch4, skip next sc, 1sc in each of the next 7 sc, ch4, skip next sc; rep from * 8 more times, (1dc in next dc, ch2) twice, 1dc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3 dc), ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, (ch2, 1dc in next dc) twice, ch4, skip next sc, 1sc in each of the next 6 sc, turn.
Row 6 (WS) Note: Do not start with a turning chain but immediately work first sc in last sc of previous row.
1sc in each of the first 5 sc, ch4, *(1dc in next dc, ch2) 3 times, 1dc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3 dc), ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, (ch2, 1dc in next dc) 3 times, ch4, skip next sc, 1sc in each of the next 5 sc, ch4, skip next sc; rep from * 8 more times, (1dc in next dc, ch2) 3 times, 1dc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3 dc), ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, (ch2, 1dc in next dc) 3 times, ch4, skip next sc, 1sc in each of the next 5 sc, turn.
Row 7 (RS) Note: Do not start with a turning chain but immediately work first sc in last sc of previous row.
1sc in each of the first 4 sc, ch4, *(1dc in next dc, ch2) 4 times, 1dc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3 dc), ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, (ch2, 1dc in next dc) 4 times, ch4, skip next sc, 1sc in each of the next 3 sc, ch4, skip next sc; rep from * 8 more times, (1dc in next dc, ch2) 4 times, 1dc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3 dc), ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, (ch2, 1dc in next dc) 4 times, ch4, skip next sc, 1sc in each of the next 4 sc, turn.
Row 8 (WS) Note: Do not start with a turning chain but immediately work first sc in last sc of previous row.
1sc in first sc, ch4, *(1dc in next dc, ch2) 5 times, 1dc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3 dc), ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, (ch2, 1dc in next dc) 5 times, ch3, skip next sc, 1sc in next sc, ch3, skip next sc; rep from * 8 more times, (1dc in next dc, ch2) 5 times, 1dc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3 dc), ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, (ch2, 1dc in next dc) 5 times, ch4, 2sc in last sc, turn.
Row 9 (RS) Ch4, (1dc in next dc, ch2) 6 times, 1dc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3 dc), ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, (ch2, 1dc in next dc) 6 times, *1dc in next dc (= first dc at beginning of next point, bringing the 2 points together), (ch2, 1dc in next dc) 5 times, ch2, 1dc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3 dc), ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, (ch2, 1dc in next dc) 6 times; rep from * 8 more times, 1dc in next dc (= first dc at beginning of next point, bringing the 2 points together), (ch2, 1dc in next dc) 5 times, ch2, 1dc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3 dc), ch2, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1dc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, (ch2, 1dc in next dc) 6 times, ch4, 2sc in final sc, fasten off.
Row 10 (RS)
With RS facing, join yarn on right-hand side/diagonal side of shawl and work towards straight edge.
1sc in same sc you worked the final 2 sc of Row 8 in, ch4, (1sc in next dc, ch2) 7 times, *1sc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3 dc), ch2, (2sc, ch3, 2sc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1sc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, (ch2, 1sc in next dc) 6 times, ch2, (2sc, ch3, 2sc) in space in between 2 dc that bridge 2 points, leaving these 2 dc unworked, ch2, (1sc in next dc, ch2) 6 times; rep from * 8 more times, 1sc in next dc (= first dc of group of 3 dc), ch2, (2sc, ch3, 2sc) in ch-2 sp, ch2, 1sc in last dc of next group of 3 dc, (ch2, 1sc in next dc) 7 times, ch4, 1sc in same sc you worked the final 2 sc of Row 9 in, fasten off and weave in all ends.

Blocking
To get the most beautiful result, the shawl needs blocking. For blocking you can use blocking mats or Styrofoam. Spray with some water and let it dry naturally.

Whirl and Whirlette yarn 
the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom crochet pattern lunation shawl


Where to shop for Whirl and Whirlette*

These links will take you to the shops' main page where you can do a search for the yarns you'd like.

UK Wool Warehouse (international shipping)
UK Deramores (international shipping)
UK Black Sheep Wools (international shipping)
CA Knotty House (US + CA)
NL Caro's Atelier (The Netherlands)

Both yarns are made from a blend of 60% cotton and 40% acrylic, which makes for lightweight and breathable shawls (or any other garments for that matter). Whirl is a gradient yarn with a very generous twist so that it works up really quickly and it helps prevent splitting. Each colour change (and there are many, which I love because it makes the gradient so subtle) is carefully tied to ensure the knot can be discretely hidden within your stitches. So don’t worry if you come across quite a few ”knots” or rather “fluffy bits” because that means one colour thread is replaced by another colour thread that needs to be worked into the yarn.
The Whirlette yarn, which I already used for my Moonwish Wrap, has the same blend but only comes in single colours, matching some of the Whirl shades. Another difference is that the Whirl yarn cakes hold no less than 1000 metres and the Whirlette balls 455 metres.
Both yarns have a beautiful drape and that is definitely something I’d want for my shawl designs.

the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom crochet pattern lunation shawl
 

My previous two shawl designs

Moonwish Wrap in Whirlette

free crochet pattern shawl wrap the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom moonwish wrap


Star Beam Shawl in Our Tribe

free crochet pattern shawl wrap the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom star beam shawl

*Affiliate links.
The affiliate links in this post support giveaways, free patterns, discounts and the running of this blog. By purchasing yarn through these affiliate links, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you!
Thank you to Scheepjes for providing the yarn for this project.

28 December 2019

Lunation Shawl Reveal: Crochet Pattern Out Next Week

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This is a 'Ta-dah!' post :-) I've finished my third shawl design and it's called the Lunation Shawl. Lunation means lunar month and is the average time from one New Moon to the next. It ties in nicely with the names of the other two shawls I designed: the Moonwish Wrap and the Star Beam Shawl.
The Lunation Shawl is an asymmetrical triangle with an edging at the end consisting of 10 large points. The size is generous, measuring 150cm/59in along the straight edge, 185cm/72.8in along the diagonal edge and 122cm/48in along the top edging. Because of its size, you can wear it in a variety of ways, as you can see in the photos below.

the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom Lunation Shawl crochet pattern wrap

As you may have read in my previous post about this shawl, I have a certain philosophy when it comes to designing shawls. I want to create a joyful and relaxing experience for myself and for you when working on larger pieces. I want to see the fabric grow without a lot of counting or making difficult stitches - that's for other projects. So the main part of the shawl is a meditative repetition of V-stitches, but to give it a little pizzaz, I've added a lovely edging.


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I'll publish the Lunation Shawl pattern here on my blog next week and in case you need some extra visualisation of the pattern, a PDF with a chart plus step-by-step photos of the edging will also be available in my Ravelry and Etsy shops.

Whirl and Whirlette yarn 
the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom Lunation Shawl crochet pattern wrap


Where to shop for Whirl and Whirlette*

These links will take you to the shops' main page where you can do a search for the yarns you'd like.

UK Wool Warehouse (international shipping)

UK Deramores (international shipping)


UK Black Sheep Wools (international shipping)


CA Knotty House (US + CA)


NL Caro's Atelier (The Netherlands) 

And available from various other Scheepjes stockists

Both yarns are made from a blend of 60% cotton and 40% acrylic, which makes for lightweight and breathable shawls (or any other garments for that matter). Whirl is a gradient yarn with a very generous twist so that it works up really quickly and it helps prevent splitting. Each colour change (and there are many, which I love because it makes the gradient so subtle) is carefully tied to ensure the knot can be discretely hidden within your stitches. So don’t worry if you come across quite a few ”knots” or rather “fluffy bits” because that means one colour thread is replaced by another colour thread that needs to be worked into the yarn.
The Whirlette yarn, which I already used for my Moonwish Wrap, has the same blend but only comes in single colours, matching some of the Whirl shades. Another difference is that the Whirl yarn cakes hold no less than 1000 metres and the Whirlette balls 455 metres.
Both yarns have a beautiful drape and that is definitely something I’d want for my shawl designs.

the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom Lunation Shawl crochet pattern wrap
 

My previous two shawl designs

Moonwish Wrap in Whirlette

the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom Moonwish Wrap crochet pattern shawl


Star Beam Shawl in Our Tribe

the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom Star Beam Shawl crochet pattern wrap

*Thank you to Scheepjes for providing the yarn for this project. The affiliate links in this post support giveaways, free patterns, discounts and the running of this blog. By purchasing yarn through these affiliate links, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you!

21 December 2019

WIP Report on Crochet Shawl Design Number 3

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For the last few days I've been crocheting away on my third shawl design of the year. I'm making great progress as I love working on it and can't put it away. Why is that? Well, first of all, it's very relaxing. For my shawl designs I find it really important that they are relaxing and soothing. Making a shawl means sitting down for many hours working your hands and seeing your work grow and I want to make that process as joyful as possible. For me that means minimal counting and just moving my hands watching the stitches create a soft fabric and being in that moment. I also like more complex and complicated designs, but that's a totally different kind of experience for me bringing a different kind of joy and fulfilment. Having said all this, I will add a nice edging at the end that requires some counting because I like to give each shawl a special kind of flair or detail. 

The yarn I'm using also makes me want to crochet for hours on end. Perhaps you've already used it yourself: Scheepjes Whirl and Whirlette. The gradient Whirl really makes you want to get to the next colour change as fast as possible and because of its generous twist, it does not split and works up really quickly. You can read more about these yarns below.

the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom crochet pattern Earthshine shawl wrap
Whirl colour 751 Liquorice Yumyum with Tingsha bells used to signal the beginning of a meditation session.

Perhaps you can already guess the shape of the shawl from the photos: it's going to be an asymmetrical triangle shawl (with a nice edging as I mentioned earlier) and I plan to finish it just before we head into 2020. I don't know if I have the pattern ready for you by then as well, but if not, it will definitely be available early January, both here on my blog and as a premium PDF for a small fee. 'Premium' means that the PDF will contain a chart, some tutorial photos and written instructions in bullet point format, which makes for easy reading.

See you soon with photos of the finished shawl!

the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom crochet pattern Earthshine shawl wrap

Whirl and Whirlette yarn 
the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom crochet pattern Earthshine shawl wrap


Where to shop for Whirl and Whirlette*

These links will take you to the shops' main page where you can do a search for the yarns you'd like:
UK Wool Warehouse (international shipping)
UK Deramores (international shipping)
UK Black Sheep Wools (international shipping)
CA Knotty House (US + CA)

Both yarns are made from a blend of 60% cotton and 40% acrylic, which makes for lightweight and breathable shawls (or any other garments for that matter). Whirl is a gradient yarn with a very generous twist so that it works up really quickly and it helps prevent splitting. Each colour change (and there are many, which I love because it makes the gradient so subtle) is carefully tied to ensure the knot can be discretely hidden within your stitches. So don’t worry if you come across quite a few ”knots” or rather “fluffy bits” because that means one colour thread is replaced by another colour thread that needs to be worked into the yarn.
The Whirlette yarn, which I already used for my Moonwish Wrap, has the same blend but only comes in single colours, matching some of the Whirl shades. Another difference is that the Whirl yarn cakes hold no less than 1000 metres and the Whirlette balls 455 metres.
Both yarns have a beautiful drape and that is definitely something I’d want for my shawl designs.

the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom crochet pattern Earthshine shawl wrap
 

My previous two shawl designs

Moonwish Wrap in Whirlette

the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom crochet pattern shawl Moonwish wrap


Star Beam Shawl in Our Tribe

the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom crochet pattern Star Beam shawl wrap

*Thank you to Scheepjes for providing the yarn for this project. The affiliate links in this post support giveaways, free patterns, discounts and the running of this blog. By purchasing yarn through these affiliate links, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you!

14 December 2019

Another Shawl Design in the Making: Pattern Coming Soon

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I can’t believe I’m already set to start my third shawl design in about two-and-a-half months’ time. As you may now by now, I’ve planned a series of at least four shawls, each one with a different shape.
The first one, the Moonwish Wrap, has a half-circle/crescent shape and comes in Sizes S and L; the second one, the Star Beam Shawl, has a dragon tail shape with a quirky edging (see photos below). For this third shawl I have an asymmetrical triangle shape in mind. It’s a rather tradition shape I guess, but I’m always looking to add something unexpected and a little different, so let’s see…..

The yarn I’ve selected is Scheepjes Whirl and Whirlette. It’s the first time I’m going to use a Whirl cake and I’m very excited about that. In case you’re not yet familiar with these variegated yarn cakes and their single colour counterparts, the Whirlette, let me show you the great variety in colours available and tell you why these yarns are extremely suitable for shawls.

Whirl and Whirlette yarn 
the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom crochet pattern shawl wrap
Both yarns are made from a blend of 60% cotton and 40% acrylic, which makes for lightweight and breathable shawls (or any other garments for that matter). Whirl is a gradient yarn with a very generous twist so that it works up really quickly and it helps prevent splitting. Each colour change (and there are many, which I love because it makes the gradient so subtle) is carefully tied to ensure the knot can be discretely hidden within your stitches. So don’t worry if you come across quite a few ”knots” or rather “fluffy bits” because that means one colour thread is replaced by another colour thread that needs to be worked into the yarn.
The Whirlette yarn, which I already used for my Moonwish Wrap, has the same blend but only comes in single colours, matching some of the Whirl shades. Another difference is that the Whirl yarn cakes hold no less than 1000 metres and the Whirlette balls 455 metres.
Both yarns have a beautiful drape and that is definitely something I’d want for my shawl designs.

the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom crochet pattern shawl wrap

I plan on using one Whirl plus one Whirlette, as I want a generously sized shawl. As you can see from the shade cards, there are soooo many colours to choose from: 54 Whirls and 19 Whirlettes no less. I went for simple and elegant black/grey/white, but I'm thinking I'd also like to select a more summery combination. But that's something for spring...one shawl at a time please.....

I want to make this a relaxing project – again! That's why there are Tingsha bells in the photo above; Tingsha bells are bells that signal the beginning of a meditation and help focus your attention in the present moment. I want my larger projects to be as relaxing as possible as I know the benefits of mindful crafting are huge. For me, shawl projects calm my mind (most of the time it feels my brain is spinning out of control with lots of creative ideas but also with worry and unhelpful thoughts) and I sincerely hope that working on one of my designs will also benefit you in whatever way possible.

Alright, I’d better crack on so that I can show you some WIP pictures next week and publish the pattern around New Year’s Day!
 
Where to shop for Whirl and Whirlette*
These links will take you to the shops' main page where you can then do a search for the yarns you'd like.

UK Wool Warehouse (international shipping)
UK Deramores (international shipping)
UK Black Sheep Wools (international shipping)
CA Knotty House (US + CA)


Moonwish Wrap in Whirlette
the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom crochet pattern shawl wrap



Star Beam Shawl in Our Tribe

the curio crafts room thecuriocraftsroom crochet pattern shawl wrap



*Thank you to Scheepjes for providing the yarn for this project. The affiliate links in this post support giveaways, free patterns, discounts and the running of this blog. By purchasing yarn through these affiliate links, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you!

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