Crochet Shawl Finished

crochet shawl plum Some projects seem to be finished much quicker than others!

I started this crochet shawl only last week after writing about projects I wanted to make for next Winter, and here’s the finished product. It beautiful, soft and snuggly – I love it! Maybe we’ll get another cold snap so I can use it before we really get into Spring.

crochet shawl plumI used this free pattern with Moda Vera Shiver yarn in a lovely plum colour from Spotlight.  I used a size 15 hook. As I explained in my previous post, the pattern says to do single crochet but I did trebles. The pattern is just rows of the same stitch with an extra stitch at the ends of each row to gradually create a big triangle. My finished shawl has 86 stitches in the last row, and I didn’t do the final edging in the pattern.

I would definitely recommend this pattern for a beginner so if you want to get started check out my tips and tutorials for beginners.

crochet shawl plum

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  1. Gorgeous! And I love the colour, one of my favorites. x

  2. Absolutely gorgeous colour. Shawl looks great

  3. Wow – what a quick finish! Love the colour and it looks so soft!

  4. Was it cold enough this past weekend to use it? It looks lovely.

  5. Linda Bechtold says:

    I would really love this pattern. It is so beautiful and the color is gorgeous. It’ January and it is quite cold Thank you

  6. Brenda Marie says:

    Your shawl came out MUCH nicer than the one in the picture in the pattern (and the color is BEAUTIFUL)! Thank you for sharing! <3

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