I am so excited to introduce you to a young, up-and-coming crochet designer and her new shawl crochet pattern!
When I got Lisa’s request to guest blog a pattern I can’t tell you how thrilled I was! It was the same feeling I get when my nine year old son tells me he wants to do something entrepreneurial and creative. I jumped at the opportunity to be a part of her journey!
Enjoy the Bobbles & BoHo Shawl Crochet Pattern and be sure to visit Lisa over at Geekly Chic Crochet, let her know you heard about her on Yarn by Yarn Obsession.
Back a few weeks ago when I decided to make this shawl, I started with JaydaInStitches’ Vintage Lace Shawl (inspiration goes to Jayda). As I made mine; I encountered problems, things to tweak, etc. It then evolved into my custom shawl. The one you see here today. ENJOY!!
- 3 Balls Charisma (approx. 327 yds) (or comparable yarn)
- 8mm or 9mm Crochet Hook
- Tapestry/Darning needle
- Ruler for tassels (optional)
Pattern Level: Beginner
Row 1: Ch 6, tr into 5th ch from hook, ch 2, tr 2 more times in same ch, turn (3)
Row 2: Ch 5, tr in 1st st, ch 2, 2 tr into same st Ch 1, tr2tog in ch-2 space, ch 1, 2 tr in last st, ch 2, 2 tr in same st, turn
Row 3: Ch 5, tr in 1st st, ch 2, 2 tr in same st, *Ch 1, tr2tog in next ch-1 sp, Rep from * into all ch-1 sps, ending [2 tr, ch 2, tr 2] in last st
Rep Row 3 for pattern. (16 rows and 10 tassels used all 3 skeins)
NOTE: Using more yarn will make a larger shawl so work accordingly.
Pull up yarn in smallest tip of shawl. Ch 1, 5 tr in same space. Insert hook in the next ch 5 along the the sides. Sc one. Go on to next row along the side, tr 5. Rep this until you reach the 1st corner, sc, 5 tr, sc, 5 tr in corner. Repeat this until you reach the tip once again!!
Cut 10-12 in strands of yarn. You will need 2 strands for each individual tassel. (For example: If you want 10 tassels, you’ll need 20 strands of yarn). Insert your hook in the ch5/final stitch and pull your 2 strands through to your side. Now take your ends and pull them all the way through; just like fastening off.
Lisa Komprs is a young , avid crocheter. She enjoys her blog; Geekly Chic Crochet. You can find her wading in the ocean working on her latest project!
Lisa wrote another guest post article for Yarn Obsession talking about what she’s learned in her first year of blogging. You can find that post HERE.
When you have the opportunity, please so visit and support Lisa along with all our other younger generation crocheters who are keeping the artistry alive.
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Thank you so much for your interest!