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 was my first time working with Red Hearts Unforgettable yarn, and it will not be my last!  It is so soft, beautiful and I L O V E the way the variegated yarn so slowly changes colors!  There is such a loose twist in the yarn that it almost has an ‘eye lash’ look.  I love the way the finished product looks and cant wait to start my next using this yarn! Broomstick Lace Shawl
I am calling this a Shawl instead of a Scarf because of the width of the item.  That being said, this is one of those patterns that you can modify with no problem; so, if you would prefer a narrower finished project simply start out by doing fewer chains.

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Materials:
4.5mm Hook
3.0mm Hook
50mm Knitting Needle
2 skeins of Red Heart Unforgettable
Broomstick Lace Shawl

Stitches:
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
Broomstick Lace – Photo Tutorial by KatiDCreations, or Video Tutorial by MooglyBlog

Unforgettable Broomstick Lace Shawl

With 4.5 mm
Row 1: CH56, SC in 2nd from hook and in each stitch across

Row 2: Working in the back loop only, pull up loops (55loops)

Row 3: Take off a loop, pull up a loop, CH1, and SC in loop, *take off 1 loop and SC in loop*, repeat from *to* across (55SC)

Row 4: CH2, Turn, DC across

Row 5: Working in the back loop only, pull up loops

Row 6: Take off a loop, pull up a loop, CH1, and SC in loop, *take off 1 loop and SC in loop*, repeat from *to* across

Repeat rows 4 – 6 until desired length is reached. (Make sure you leave a few yards to do the Edging)

Edging: CH1, Turn, SC across (short edge), using a 3.0mm crochet hook CH2, and SC in Broomstick Lace loop, *CH3, SC in DC, CH3, SC in Broomstick Lace*, repeat from *to* across, CH2, SC in end of first row of SC, Change back to 4.5 mm hook, SC in each of the Base Chain Stitches across, using 3.0mm hook, SC in end of row, CH2, SC in Broomstick Lace loop, *CH3, SC in DC, CH3, SC in Broomstick Lace loop*, repeat from *to* across, CH2. Join with slip stitch in first SC of Edging. Finish offBroomstick Lace Shawl

This is an original copyright design of KatiDCreations, 2015.  Feel free to grab a photo and link back to this original post.  Please don’t claim any part of this post or photos as your own.  You may sell, gift or donate any items made using this pattern!

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