If you are New to crochet and looking for a beginner crochet triangle shawl? Try this one skein pattern using only basic stitches and chains… easy enough for a beginner with basic crochet skills – that looked pretty enough to wear just about anywhere. So I started with some basic crochet stitches: a double crochet, chain 1 pattern and loved it so much I just kept working row after row of the same pattern, until I was almost out of yarn, then I worked a border with chains, single crochet and slip stitches. I love the way it turned out! Triangle shawls are either worked from the point up, or they can be worked from the center down to the point. It depends upon the stitch pattern and the designer’s choice. This patter is worked from the center down, and then the border is worked along the edges. There are many ways to wear a crochet triangle shawl, and really no wrong way. You can drape it over your shoulders, wear it like a triangle scarf around your neck, pin it in place on one shoulder, or even fold it to look more like a shrug or cardigan. The choices are endless. Materials: scissor 5mm hook https://youtu.be/aNHOJRCdh2U Chech me more at links down below http://https//www.etsy.com/your/shops/crochetllyn/tools/listings/805142602.etsy.com http://instagram.com/https://www.instagram.com/crochetlyyn/ https://www.pinterest.com/https://www.pinterest.ph/crochetllyn/boards/ https://crochetlyn.com/about-me/ https://m.youtube.com/c/https:/www.youtube.com/channel/UCeGApeWi85U7GjqEcCUx0xA?view_as=subscriber



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