Gemaakt met ongeveer 4,5 bol (50 gram per bol) stone washed van Xenos, haaknaald 3,5mm.
Deze ga ik zeker nog wel eens maken.
Het gratis patroon ( Duits ) vindt je HIER
Mijn gratis vertaling (Engels) (met permissie van de ontwerpster) kun je HIER downloaden.
Kun je niet haken en je wilt deze shawl toch hebben ? Klik HIER
I'm happy with my latest shawl : the dragonwing.
I made it with a "stone washed" yarn by Xenos (Dutch shop). Used 4,5 skeins of 50 gram and hooksize 3,5mm.
I'm pretty sure I will make this one again.
The free pattern in German (you can follow the charts) you can find HERE
My free translation, with permission of the designer, you can download HERE
You want to buy this shawl ? Click HERE
Hou je haaks ;)
I'll keep you in the loop ;)
Prachtige sjaal,bedankt hoor,ga deze zeker haken,groetjesReplyDelete
Dankjewel Jeanne en veel plezier met haken :)Delete
Wat een mooierd! Echt heel gaaf!ReplyDelete
Thnx Karin :)Delete
O, die is heel mooi! Het model is heel vrouwelijk, het garen stoer; een mooie, verrassende combinatie.ReplyDelete
Thnx Angélique :)Delete
Lieve groetjes, Tinne
I selected the English version for the directions and was scooted to this page....umm I speak several languages but not germain....vot happened?ReplyDelete
Hi TownieCanuck, thank you for your comment but I don't know if I understand what you are saying. If you have difficulties finding the pattern in English, please scroll to the blue text. There you can find it. Or go to the page "free patterns".Delete
This is so unique; absolutely gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing!ReplyDelete
Deze is mooi! Ga het zeker maken, zelfs in onze winter kun je nog wel eens een sjaal nodig hebben in de avond (woon in de tropen, vandaar)ReplyDelete
I cant wait to get my hook into this pattern, so very lovely. Thank you so much for the English version.ReplyDelete
Thank You for the translation! Beautiful shawl!ReplyDelete
Thank you, I just need some really beautiful yarn to make it with now.ReplyDelete
Hi just curious, are all the increases on one side of the shawl? I have found by following the English pattern it is asking me in increase on each end on alternate rows. Have I got that right?ReplyDelete
Thank you for English version can not wait to startReplyDelete
Hi I love this pattern, how much yarn should I buy using an I hook, thank youReplyDelete
Thank you so much for this beautiful written English pattern. I am grateful that you shared freely and in a format that I can follow (written) Kudos to you for your hard work and creativityReplyDelete
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I love this pattern, and would very much like to feature this pattern in an instructional crochet class. would I be able to get permission to make copies for my students only? You will receive full credit on our advertising page and in class, and I would steer them to check out your blog for more wonderful crochet patterns. I teach at a yarn shop in Cuyahoga Falls, OH.ReplyDelete
Hi Marissa, thnx for your lovely comment.Delete
About your question : I am not the original designer, as you can read in the pattern.
You should ask Jasmin. If you are on ravelry, you can contact her through her page :
Wow... thank you sooooo much for this translation and a lovely written pattern... can not wait to start it... :)ReplyDelete
zeer mooie sjaal!!! zou hem ook willen maken maar helaas is men engels maar zeer beperkt. Komt de werkwijze er ook nog in het nederlands erij???? Geniet ervan!ReplyDelete
Beautiful pattern! I plan to use it for my next project. Can you tell me where I might find a similar shawl pin, I just love the one in the photo!ReplyDelete
Thank you Ruth :)Delete
The pin is partially made of nacre/mother of pearl and I bought it at a local woolshop. No doubt one can buy this at amazon for instance. Good luck and I wish you many happy crochet hours.