Yes, You Can Crochet That! Shawl
May 31, 2010
July 31, 2010

Yes, You Can Crochet That! Shawl

Project info
Garden Path Shawl by Lily Go
Neck / TorsoShawl / Wrap
somewhere between scarf and shawl
Hooks & yarn
3.0 mm
Mountain Colors Winter Lace
1 skein = 1200.0 yards (1097.3 meters), 113 grams
The Yarn Shop and Fiber Place in Bozeman, Montana

This is easily one of the nicest things I’ve ever crocheted. Love it, Love it, Love it. Officially ended up with 5g of yarn left.

7-31-10 Finished! The shawl is blocking and grew lots, so I’m glad I only did 2 repeats of the diamond section. This sucker is too big for my 4 x 4 foot blocking board so I’m doing my best. Ended up with just a bit of yarn left. Perfect. Pics soon.

7-2-10 Still working on this between projects- I’m on my first edging repeat and think I may only do 2 repeats so that it stays a manageable size for actual use. I love following the chart, it makes it SO easy and I haven’t referred to the written directions once. You might want to blow it up on a copy machine, however--sometimes the ch-sps can be hard to read. Also, this shawl has made me realize I need new glasses. I’m not kidding! :)

6-5-10 Slowly toiling away at this and I seem to make a mistake every time I work on it and have to rip back a row or so to correct it (that’s ok, more time crocheting!). This definitely fatigues my hands, probably partially because of all of the picots, but I will soldier on like a turtle. It is going to be gorgeous (it already is!). I may do 3 repeats of the first section to make up for my smaller hook, as I prefer a bigger middle and less repeats of the edging (to make it more dramatic…cause I love drama). We’ll see.

6-1-10 This pattern is addictive, but I have to be careful because the thin yarn is definitely harder on my hands. I was happily crocheting when I realized I skipped a dc 6 or 7 rows back and had to rip (I’ve become much less lazy about fixing things, and it kind of sucks! haha).

5-31-10 I bought this gorgeous yarn last summer in Bozeman and have been saving it for something special. I knew when I found the pattern for this crocheted shawl that it was the one! I admit it, this is another one of my efforts to show people what you can do with crochet.

I started it tonight and got through about 15 rows-- it’s very enjoyable and intuitive and I LOVE the included chart. I’m using a sticky note along each diagonal row to help me keep track of where I am. I’m holding the yarn single and switched to a smaller hook to accomodate that.

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by Mountain Colors
50% Wool, 50% Silk
1200 yards / 100 grams

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  • Project created: June 1, 2010
  • Finished: July 31, 2010
  • Updated: August 8, 2010
  • Progress updates: 5 updates