"Lattice shawl" Crochet Pattern
Isn't the crochet triangle shawl one of the items you'll want to crochet many times?
I also love crocheting shawls, and I've made many recipes so far, so I was wondering what to name this shawl.
Therefore, I decided to name it Lattice Shawl because it is a crocheted fabric that looks like a lattice.
The clogged, uneven crocheted fabric looks like a vertical and horizontal grid pattern when viewed from a distance.
This shawl is crocheted from the bottom of the triangle to the top, so you can finish crocheting small or make it as large as you like.
After crocheting the main body, continue as it is and crochet the border!
It is easy to understand where to put the hook in the border, so I think that you can proceed quite comfortably.
I've added a few points to the recipe so that you can crochet the border smoothly even if you arrange the size.
It is a recipe that can be crocheted at a good tempo every row, and if you get the point, you can crochet without looking at a crochet pattern, so how about crocheting as a mobile crochet or when you have a little time?
The work in the photo is crocheted with Lace/Fingering to Super Fine linen yarn.
It is a shawl that gives a volume even with fine yarn because it is a crocheted fabric with a tight and three-dimensional effect.
If you prepare the yarn with a margin, it is good because you can flexibly adjust the size.
While making a recipe, I'm excited to imagine what it would look like if I crochet it with winter yarn.
We hope that you will enjoy it regardless of the season.
Mostly basic technique: ★★★★☆
Difficult to make mistakes: ★★★★☆
Good tempo: ★★★★☆
Completed in a short time: ★★☆☆☆
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