Spring and Summer Triangle Shawl (CAL) from Crochet For You.
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Last week in part 4 we finished our shawl 90%. Part 5 for all the things including blocking, adding fringes and this is the last part of the CAL with all of these.
Don’t forget to add this CAL to Ravelry queue
First I did blocking the shawl. There are few different methods for blocking crochet pieces. Steam blocking, wet blocking, dry blocking, etc.
I did wet blocking.
I found these helpful links about blocking crochet/knitting pieces.
- I found this link and it has very detailed advice, helpful tips and how to block your shawl step by step. How to block a knitted or crocheted shawl by expression fiber arts.
- How to Block from Annie’s is another great tutorial as well. If you want to know more about blocking you should read this too.
So I started. I soaked my shawl in warm water about 20-30 minutes. After removing the water by squeezing gently and gently and again gently (you should do it a few times) I laid the shawl on the bed and pinned two sides of the corner first, then kept pinning all ch-9 sp pointers.
It was a sunny day so my shawl dried in a few hours. Quick and simple.
This was one of my favorite parts. Adding fringes to the shawl was fun and I was excited to see my finished shawl at last.
How to add fringe?. Click here to see the tutorial Fringe How-to by Just Be Happy Life.
You will need a few more yards of additional yarns to make these fringes. I made 4” inches long fringes in white color and wrapped 3 times. So each fringe has 6 strands and added them in each ch-9 pointers.
Okay… Now it’s time to see the final result!
I hope you enjoy the CAL. Me as well. This was my very first Crochet-A-Long and me really happy and enjoyed. Thank you very much for participating with me. Share your WIP, finished projects on Fb page >> Crochet For You.and Ravelry.
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