Thursday, July 23, 2015

Schultertuch / Dreieckstuch: The Behemoth Shawl


Here's the scoop:
Free Pattern: Schultertuch / Dreieckstuch


There is a link on the pattern's Ravelry page for an authorized English translation with chart.


I used almost all of three skeins of Noro Tayio Sport in colorway 11.  Size H hook.


There was a border I did not do.  It had points... and they just didn't look right with my scallops, so I just did a row of single crochet for my last row.


This is a very fast project and easy to memorize the four row repeat.


Of course, I'm smitten with the colors of Noro. 


And, I love the feel of this mostly cotton yarn. 
My Ravelry page:  here.

Because there can never be too many beautiful colors in the world...

blessings ~ tanna

31 comments:

Pammy Sue said...

What a beautiful sight! So nice to see my blog friends right where I knew they'd be with their beautiful projects and posts. I'm glad to be back! Your shawl is stunning in that Noro yarn! Wow, wow, wow! Thanks for the link to the pattern.

TexWisGirl said...

it is really beautiful! looks like major comfort. :)

carol fun said...

Very pretty! I have a healthy stash of Noro and would like to play with this pattern. Thanks for the inspiration!

Coastal Cottage Dreams said...

Oh my gosh, I want it! BEAUTIFUL!

Dewena said...

Just stunning! It certainly doesn't look as if it was a quick project. It does look like a statement piece, a classic item that will catch admiring glances when you wear it casual or formal.

And yes, there can never ever be too many beautiful colors in the word!

Dewena

Christine said...

Do you have an esty shop?
I would be a customer, for sure!

Stephanie said...

Wow, it's stunning and took my breath away! You do such lovely and perfect work. I agree with Pam...if you had an Etsy shop I would be a customer too :) Hugs!

Annette T. said...

Hi Tanna, you never cease to amaze me with your projects. This is beautiful!

Wanda said...

It's gorgeous, and I have a white duvet on my bed, and a shawl like that would look lovely on it. Do you every display your shawls like that?

I love the way it looks on the stair railing. Beautiful.

Judy S. said...

Very pretty!

Mereknits said...

Tanna, this is so gorgeous, really like a piece of fiber art. I love the color and the pattern, you made it perfectly.
Hugs,
Meredith

Laura at Beehive Rugs said...

Perfection, love everything about it!!!

Margaret Adamson said...

it is absolutely stuning and beautifully photographed

Lynne said...

Oh my girl . . . you are gifted . .
The SHAWL is so beautiful . . .
It doesn't look easy to me . . .
The Nora . . . the colors . . . lovely . . .

Susan Sevig said...

That is so beautiful, Tanna. What a treasure to wear. Love it. Wish I had the confidence to try crochet, but then, I really don't need another avenue to go down.

handmade by amalia said...

Tanna, this is gorgeous! The colors, the design, just beautiful.
Amalia
xo

steph said...

What a treasure!!! This is GORGEOUS!!! My crocheting skills are so meagre I could never create such a masterpiece...whatever I crochet ends up looking like a big granny square! I really love this!!

Stitchy Mc Floss said...

So very beautiful! This is going to look awesome on you. :)

Amy at love made my home said...

Stunning!!! I am sure that you will love wearing this and that it will be beautiful on you!! xx

Tricia Buice said...

Gosh Tanna - you make me wish I could do this! So beautiful :) Have a great rest of your weekend!

Amanda said...

I know two little munchkins who would like to curl up with you under the behemoth. ;-) XOXO

podso said...

Wondering how your fern is doing. I would be tempted to. It's so delicate (I hope not too much so) and pretty. You choose the best colors for your shawls. This one is amazing! And your photography shows it off so well.

Handmade in Israel said...

Beautiful! Enjoy it!

karen said...

gorgeous!! you have a way with color pairing that I wish I had. I bet you will wear that for many many months to come!

Catherine said...

Dear Tanna, Strolling through your posts I am glad to see you are enjoying the summer. The vacation looked relaxing and fun.
The shawl is simply beautiful.
Blessings dear. xo Catherine

Mary Bergfeld said...

How very beautiful, Tanna. Your work always amazes me. You are something else, girl :-). Hugs and blessings...Mary

Deb said...

Beautiful!

Nonna Rose said...

Gorgeous, crochet shawl; I love the colors!

Kerin said...

One word : beautiful.

You are so talented and you always make the most beautiful things :)

Enjoy the rest of summer, my friend.

~K.

CathieJ said...

Oh that is beautiful. The colors are stunning as is the pattern.

Andi G said...

My oh my...how did I miss this? This shawl is out of this world stunning!

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