Crochet Love Triangle Shawl – Pattern Review

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I first saw this beautiful design in Hookers Anonymous  and noticed that a very talented designer was looking for a few crocheters to test her video tutorial for this stunning piece.
Love Triangle Shawl
So naturally I was super excited when the designer, Dearest Debi, asked if I still was interested.
Heart Love Triangle
This video is amazing, and so easy to follow.  This was actually my first time working a crochet pattern from a video and Dearest Debi made it so easy (and may have spoiled me)!  Debi speaks very clearly and is easily understood and is careful not to crochet so quickly that you cant follow her stitch placement.  She also provides a graph if you prefer to work patterns that way.
Love Triangle Shawl

You can view this beautiful pattern Crochet Love Triangle Shawl by Dearest Debi Here!

Materials I used:
Red Heart Unforgettable – Just over 1 skein
5.5mm Hook
Straight Pins

Gauge: Not really that important but if your curious
1Heart – 2 x 2 1/2 inches

Blocking:
I used lots of straight pins for this! and put 2 pins in almost every heart.  This way I made sure that they dried in the correct Heart shape

I did a total of 14 hearts for the first row which gave me a finished size approximately of 57×30 once it was fully stretched and blocked.  It was only 47wide prior to blocking.

If you only have 1skein to work with then I would recommend only doing 12 for your starting row and you should be able to finish the project with a bit of yarn left over.  Would make your shawl approximately 40 inches wide, prior to blocking.

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This is a Lacy Crochet pattern review

I first saw this Infinity Scarf pattern by Lacy Crochet on Pintrest and fell in love!Lacy Cowl

This is a really quick pattern to work up as you repeat 2 rows for most of the entire pattern.  The pattern is originally designed to be an infinity scarf, however; at the time I found this my mom had been requesting a cowl!  So after reading over the pattern, I figured out that the stitch pattern was a 12 stitch repeat.  So as I added width to the pattern I made sure that I added in increments of 12 stitches.  I used Loops and Thread Impeccable for my daughters cowl with a K hook, used less than one skein.  Where for my mom’s I use Loops and Thread Charisma with a K hook, but it required 3 skeins.Lacy Cowl

Don’t forget, you can use whatever type of yarn suits you in whatever color you like best…. and whatever hook you prefer and make it as wide or narrow (simply + or -12) as you want!!SONY DSC

To close the cowl did not join the two ends together as instructed in the original pattern, but instead I picked out 4 buttons that were small enough to fit through the holes, but large enough to keep secure.  Sewed them to one size of the project and simply closed it by pushing the buttons through the opposite CH spaces to secure.  Lacy Cowl
So anyway, I love this pattern from Lacy Crochet and will definitely be keeping it in my to-go-to arsenal of patterns that work up quickly!, just in case (to date I have made 6 so far) 🙂Lacy Cowl
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