Friday, June 26, 2015

Catona Flower Shawl Pattern/Tutorial


For more pictures click here.
For dutch version click here/voor nederlandse versie klik hier.

The shawl measures 275x75 cm.
I used Catona by Scheepjes. (25gr)
100,101,113,128,157,164,173,179,189,205,208,212,222,226,240,
242,244,245,246,247,249,251,252,253,254,256,257,258,261,263, 264,281,282,383,385,386,387,388,391,392,393,394,396,397,398,
399,401.
And 9x 248

You can by this wonderfull 100% mercerized cotton in lovely 25 gr balls
and 82 colors at Deramores ( UKUSAAUCA,) and here at Wool Warehouse, they both
send worldwide.

Hook: 3,5mm

91 flowers
12 half flowers

Yarn usage per flower:

Centre of each flower (centre chain circle and round 1) : 1,5 meters
Petals (round 2) 5,25 meters
Basic color around the flowers (round 3 & 4) 5,5 meters






So this is how you crochet the flowers and how you join them.Take a look at the top picture, to see how I placed the flowers. Or look at this sheme:

To make a straight edge you have to crochet half flowers like
this:



Now crochet around the shawl like this:



For the fringes I cut 30cm strings, 8 strings through corners.

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37 comments:

  1. Dank je Atty.
    Wat heerlijk duidelijk uitgelegd, super!

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  2. Wat een gaaf patroon is dit, en wat een werk heb je hier aan gehad. Dank je wel voor het delen...

    Lieve groet,dinah

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    1. Ja viel nog niet mee! Hahaha! Maar graag gedaan...

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  3. It's absolutely stunning Atty! X

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  4. This is a beautiful shawl pattern! Thank you for sharing and teaching! I make Prayer Shawls to give away, and this will make a lovely shawl for someone who is hurting. Blessings to you!

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  5. Wow Atty, wonderfull ! So many ladies asked about the pattern today (at the meet). I am sure they are all so happy now ! Wish you a wonderfull weekend.

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  6. Wat een mooie sjaal. Bedankt voor het delen van het patroon, het uitschrijven daarvan was vast ook een hele klus. Ik ga hem zeker een keer ...ooit haken.
    Grtz,
    Chris

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  7. Schitterende shawl. Bedankt voor de SUPER gave uitleg en foto's. Catona is al in huis ... nu nog tijd om te beginnen!!
    fijn weekend, groetjes Else Boompies

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  8. Wat mooi. Is dit patroon er alleen in het Engels?

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    1. Nee hoor boven in de blogpost kan je naar de nederlandse versie klikken.

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  9. Wat mooooooooooooooi en wat een preachitge uitleg weer, het kriebelt om meteen te beginnen

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  10. Prachtig! Bedankt voor het patroon.
    Groetjes, Wendy

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  11. Atty, one more brilliant work from you! It is stunning! And thank you sooooooooooooooo much for sharing. You are the best!
    Groetjes Moni

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  12. Wat een fantastisch mooie sjaal, dank je wel voor de uitgebreide beschrijving!
    Groetjes, Marijke

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  13. Che dire, è stupendo!
    bravissima ciao

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  14. Love the pattern and colors. What is your background/connecting color? I can't quite tell. Thank you!

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  15. Geweldig bedankt voor de duidelijke beschrijving van het patroon van deze prachtige shawl.
    Ik weet hoeveel werk het is om alles op "papier" te zetten.
    Marja

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  16. Prachtige sjaal! En wat een werk om de sjaal te maken en ook alle foto's te maken tijdens dat werk! Petje af! Heel erg informatief en mooi!

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  17. How many Catona 25 g in total will I need to make this beautiful shawl?

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    1. 9 x basic color and I think about 15x other colors

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  18. Thats great und beautiful pattern and so a good explaining, every Beginner can do this now. Wonderful <3

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  19. That's beautiful Atty! And thankyou so much for sharing your pattern.
    Best wishes
    Tina :-)

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  20. Hi! I love this pattern and would love to make one using winter colours for the upcoming season. Is there a soft wool yarn that you could recommend? Thanks!

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    1. I haven't try this shawl in wool yet.

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  21. Hi I saw a post of a scarf I think you said made of scraps from this one, did you get a chance to make pattern yet...? I will gladly pay thank you

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  23. Hi Atty, thank you for sharing your lovely shawl pattern and for your great tutorials. You really have a gift. take care, God bless, Megan.

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  24. J'adore !
    Bonjour et merci pour ce partage de qualité.
    Félicitations pour ce bel ouvrage.
    It is very beautifull.a Poétic crochet flower garden ! And what a intelligent tuto photos!!!
    I feel so happy to recieve such a perfectionist tuto pictures, that will really help me.
    Merci beaucoup!!!
    FlerBelge

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  25. This is fantastic! Thank you so much for posting your detailed instructions! I have crocheted and knitted for years but never learned how to link flowers together. But now, with your help, I am going to try it. This means a lot to me. Many thanks & best wished, Brita

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    1. Oh, I just noticed the 'donate' link. Does the money go to you?

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  26. I have just started making this beautiful shawl. All the flower middles are done - I am now doing the petals. When all done, I will put together.

    Thank you so much for sharing - I love your blog - the very best in my opinion. Lovely clear instructions

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