Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Zahra shawl

Welcome back and here is the pattern of the Zahra shawl.




Measurements after blocking, approx ; 200 cm / 80” wide and 90 cm/36”  long
Materials;
Scheepjes;
Invicta Colour (959) 2 skeins
Invicta Extra (1421) Red, 1 skein
Invicta Extra (1428) Blue, 1 skein
Crochethook ; 4 mm / G US
Gauge; 19 tr. – 10 rows = 4” – 4”
Stitches; I used UK terms for this pattern, but you can confert it to US terms.


Chart 1.


Chain 203 with Invicta Colour (959). Then follow chart 2 or;
Row 1; tc3 in 7th ch from hook, *skip 3ch, tc3 in next ch*, repeat from * to * across, turn
Row 2; ss to space between 2 groups of 3tc, ch3, tc2 on same space, *skip 3tc, tc3 on next space*, repeat from * to * across, tc2 on last space, turn
Row 3; ch3, skip 1tc, * tc3 on space, skip 3tc*, repeat from * to * across, tc3 on last space, turn
Repeat row 2 -3 until you have 3 chains left and one group of 3tc. Break thread.

 Chart 2.

Return to the start of your shawl. Cast on color 1428.
ch2 (= first dc), dc on each stitch (= 200 dc.)

Next, ch2 (= first dc), dc on each dc, but dc2 on every sixth dc (31 times, = 231 dc) Then crochet row 1 – 6 of Chart 3. OR;

Row 1; ch3, tc on each dc, turn
Row 2; ch4, skip 2tc, * tcc in next tc, ch2, skip next 2tc*, repeat from * to * across to turning ch, tcc in 3rd ch of turning ch, turn

Row 3; ch3, *tc2 in next ch2-space, tc in next tcc*, repeat from * to * across to turning ch, tc in ch1-space of turning ch, tc in 3rd ch of turning ch, turn
Row 4; ch2, skip first dc, dc1 in next tc, * ch1, skip next 3 tc, [dtc1, ch4, dtc1] in next tc, ch1, skip next 3 tc, dc in each of next 4 tc*, repeat from * to * 19 more times, ch1, skip next 3 tc, [dtc1, ch4, dtc1] in next tc, ch1, skip next 3 tc, dc in each of next 2 tc, turn
Row 5; ch5, skip first dc, ttc in next sc, *ch1, [dtc1, ch1] 6 times in next ch4-space, skip next ch1-space, ttc in each of next dc*, repeat from * to * 19 more times, ch1, [dtc1, ch1] 6 times in next ch4-space, skip next ch1-space, ttc in each of next dc, turn
Row 6; ch3, skip first ttc, tc in next ttc, *skip next ch1-space, [tc1, P] in each of next 4 ch1-spaces, tc in next ch1-space, skip next ch1-space, tc in each next 4 ttc*, repeat from * to * 19  more times, skip next ch1-space, [tc1, P] in each of next 4 ch1-spaces, tc in next ch1-space, skip next ch1-space, tc in each next 2 ttc.
Break of thread.


 Chart 3.

Take color 1421 and cast on as shown in Chart 1. You work in the sides of the rows.Starting with 3dc in the first row. Then crochet in each row 2dc, but in every third row 3dc  (See Chart 4. blue signs) Along the blue part you crochet in row 1; 3dc, row2; 2dc, row 3; 3dc, row 4; 1dc, row 5; 4dc, row 6; 3dc (See Chart 5, blue signs) ( = 248 dc. total)

 Chart 4.

 Chart 5.


Row 2; 3ch, tc on each dc, tc3 on last dc, turn Row 3; ch2 (counts as first dc), dc on each tc, turn
Repeat row 2 – 3 four more timesLast row; ch1, dc1 on first dc, * Picot, dc on next 5 dc *, repeat from * to * across until last 3 stitches and end the row with a picot, dc2, picot, dc1.

Weave in your ends. Soak shawl for 20 minutes in cool water. Roll in towel to get rid of excess moisture. Pin out on blocking board. Leave to dry and unpin, only when dry. 

I hope you enjoyed making it.




This pattern remains the property of Bernioliesdesigns and is intended only for personal use. You may not distribute the pattern or sell the made item of this pattern.






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Examples of other color combinations

2 bollen Invicta colour 974, 1 bol Invicta Extra 1421, 1 bol Invicta Extra 1419




2 bollen Invicta colour 960, 1 bol Invicta Extra 1428, 1 bol Invicta Extra 1461


4 bol Invicta Extra 1344, 1 bol Invicta Extra 1314, 1 bol Invicta Extra 1342

20 comments:

  1. Magnifique .... j'adore , merci pour le partage

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  2. Heel erg mooi, mijn verlanglijstje van dingen die ik wil maken is weer langer geworden

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  3. dank je voor je prachtige patroon.

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  4. Dank voor dit mooie patroon, ik ga m vast een keer maken!

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  5. Wat een prachtige shawl heb je weer ontworpen!! Ik vind jouw patronen sowieso erg mooi en heb al eens de Izumi sjaal gehaakt.
    Van de uitvoeringen van de Zahra vind ik vooral de effen uitvoering bijzonder mooi. Hoewel ik nu meer brei dan haak, vind ik deze bijzonder verleidelijk ;-).

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    1. Dank je Nelleke en ik vind het zelf heel fijn om breien en haken af te wisselen. Zoveel prettiger voor de handen.

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  6. Prachtige sjaal, dankjewel voor het delen van het patroon.

    Groetjes Inge

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  8. Bedankt, voor het patroon, Bernadette, het is een mooie sjaal, ik foto's van mijn gemaakte versie op Ravelry gezet

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    1. Harstikke leuk. Ik ga gelijk kijken :)

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  9. Heb net het haken en breien weer opgepakt en heb je prachtige ontwerpen ontdekt. Je haalt ze er zo uit, geweldig !!

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