Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Groovy Granny Shawl

This was such a joy to make!  I'm kind of disappointed that it's finished.  I smiled the whole time I made her because of the colors.  I started it yesterday late morning and crocheted on it for 9 hours (I have no life).  Then I got up today and spent about three hours on the last two rows, sewing in the tails, and crocheting the border.  So it's not bad for a 12-hour shawl.

Here's all the info on it:

Free pattern:  HERE  (made 33 rows)
Hook Size:  J
Yarn:  Hobby Lobby ILTY, Vanna's, Paton's Decor, Deborah Norville Everyday (all variegated colors)
Border Neck:  1 row of (sc in ch space, ch 2) across
Border Sides:  1 row of (sc in ch space, ch 4) across both sides, then 1 row of (sc, 4 dc, sc) in each ch space across both sides.


  1. Now that's nice! I see you've used ILTY and Vanna's and I've decided that I gonna buy some of these when I hop (not literally mind - it's too bloody far for that!) across the pond on Monday. First trip to the US and really excited!!!

  2. Oh wow! This is gorgeous, luv it! Hugs suex

  3. Wow, it´s amazing, beautiful and wonderful. I think, i will an Granny Shawl... ;o)

    Have a beautiful day.

    Lovely greets,

  4. Pammy Sue: Wow your right its totally groovy! I love the yarn, I have never used that yarn before...Gunna have to get some! Thanks for sharing!

  5. makes my heart all skippy jumpy!

  6. I love it! Great colors, they go well together.

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    (¸..•´ .•´ ¸¸.•¨¯`-: † :- Anita

  7. Gorgeous! Alla loved it too!
    You are really good at this. I think I'd have been smiling too because of the color combo.

  8. Groovy Baby....and waaaaay cool too. All of the colors are great together. Spectacular job PS!

  9. It's so groovy! I love it. I bet your hands are sore from all that crocheting without a break. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Love The Shawl!!!


  11. Just beautiful, Pam. I think you should have modeled it though. It would look lovely on you. All those colors -- mmmmmmm. No wonder you smiled the entire time you were making it.

  12. That's gorgeous. Good job, and only 12 hours. Awesome.

  13. Hey Kiddo-

    OK, this is my favorite of all your lastest projects. I LOVE it and LOVE all the great bright colors. So, not really your. This is a keeper forsure. Been putting 80 circles together, shopping for groceries and yes, a little cooking. On the mends. But, off to the dentist tomorrow. So, I'll probably get back in the swing Friday.

    But, I had to see what you were up too and BOY oh, Boy am I glad I stopped in for a visit tonight.



  14. Absolutely love this - what gorgeous colors!

    I've never been able to find a simple shawl pattern I like, and this just may be it. Thanks for sharing!

  15. 12 hours?! I have GOT to try one!.. I have never made a shawl yet.. I made a WRAP once, but gave it to the church, as a prayer shawl donation. I'm SURE I've mentioned I've ALWAYS wanted to make a shawl, and there are just so many pretty ones out there to choose from too! I love how yours came out, and the quick time it took to make it, so it would be a great pattern to start with, and I like that maybe I can use up some scrap yarns! (They're getting a little out of control again.).. Once again, beautiful work Pammy, and thanks for sharing your pattern for the edging too! ~tina

  16. This is really nice! I think I will grab up some of my scraps and make one, at least one =) This would make a great gift too! I found you on the Grannies and Ripples blog and am adding you to my google reader =)


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