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Urban Reflection CAL Week 4: Border and Blocking

Sassy Girl Triangle Shawl


So I know what you're thinking. WHAT??? ANOTHER free pattern this month?!!! I know!!! Awesome right? I actually worked up the Sassy Girl Triangle Shawl in the car when my husband was able to go with me to run errands this month. A 40 min drive to and from town is such wasted crochet time! I have been wanting to design a shawl for a long time I love layers in spring and fall, easy to take off if it warms up or put on if it gets chilly. Plus, because it is a shawl you can make it as big or small as you want and you don't really have to worry about gauge so much. I was able to let both of my adorable girls model the same shawl for you because it is so versatile!

Why "Sassy Girl Triangle Shawl" you ask? There's not a whole lot that's sassy about stripes. Well when I was taking quick pics for my testers so that they could see what it looked like I got this face:



Then when I took pics for realsies outside I got the same face again! {This shot. ^} Look, even her sister thinks she's hilarious! ;) One of my testers said I should name it the "Sassy Shawl" because of that face. She was right. It was way too perfect. Especially since it happened again without me prompting her so Sassy Girl Triangle Shawl it is!


Sassy Girl Triangle Shawl
This pattern has been sold to All Free Crochet. You can find the pattern HERE.

Another fun spring and fall pattern:
The Danielle Leg Warmers and Boot Cuffs

Comments

  1. Love this, can't wait to make it for my granddaughter. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Thanks so much Breeanna for this great pattern and your generosity in offering it as free. As soon as I get caught up with a bunch of Wip's I intend on making this, especially for camping season.....gets cold in Ireland even in the summer so layers are great. Love your cute little models - so sweet and definitely a sassy look.
    Jennifer x

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  3. Thank you both so much for your lovely comments! You made my evening! :)

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  4. Thank you for sharing. Been looking for easy, nice looking shawl pattern.

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    1. You are very welcome. I am so glad you like it!

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  5. this is awesome. i sent this to my sis in maine for her grandaughter, and to my sis-law for hers as well. thanks. i am making an afgan with this pattern. gorgeous.

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    1. An afghan would be soooooo pretty! Share a pic with me if you remember when you're done. I would love to see it! I'm so glad you like the design. :)

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  6. Absolutely adorable. I know that gauge and tension will vary, but do you have a rough idea of how many yards are required for the toddler/small child?

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    1. I used about half a skein of the pink and a little less then half of the green and they are each 251yrd skeins. Hope that helps you!

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  7. Thanks for sharing this very cute pattern! I'm making three shawls for the neighbor girls using dark, warm pink as the main color in all three. I have a question -- I crocheted row 5 & came up with 30 DC (not 35) -- but if row 5 is 35 DC (or in my case 30), how can row 6 be 23 DC? I'm confused. Help!

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    1. You need to have 35. Make sure that you have a dc in each ch 1 sp and that you are counting the ch 4's as a ch 1 sp and a dc. Please read all the notes. I have included them to help with this. This is the area that some of my testers got off as well. Row 6 has less dcs because you go back to the dc, ch 1 pattern so there are less dcs then row 5 because row 5 is worked with straight dcs all the way across. Let me know if you have more questions. I hope they turn out lovely!!!

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    2. Thanks very much! Will keep trying. Stay tuned.

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  8. I got it! Made it through Row 6 & have the correct # of DCs -- with your help -- thanks again!

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    1. Hooray!!!! I am so glad it worked out for you. Yay!!!!!

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  9. Really cute pattern! Thanks!

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  10. I just posted pix of three shawls -- three! -- on my blog -- susakaysquilts.blogspot.com. Thanks again for your help. I did mention String with Style -- wanted to give you credit for the pattern.

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    1. I LOVE THEM!!!! All of them are totally darling and the colors are so bright and fun. Thanks for sharing and mentioning my blog. I appreciate it.

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  11. Great pattern. My great neice was playing with an old baby blanket as a shawl the other day, so this will be perfect for her. Thanks Nannie She

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  12. Once I start repeating rows 3-6, what is the dc count supposed to be?

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    1. I am so sorry, I don't have that. It wasn't an even multiple I could just calculate when I created the pattern because of the solid row that is dc all around with no ch spaces. I no longer have this shawl either, it was donated long ago. The best thing I can advise would be to go back over the row and double check the stitch pattern to make sure it is correct. That in each repeat you have the correct number of stitches and you should come out ok.

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