Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Double Hug Prayer Shawl

This is the Double Hug Prayer Shawl made using the pattern found in Crocheted Prayer Shawl Companion, The: 37 Patterns to Embrace, Inspire, and Celebrate Life that I recently purchased after borrowing from the library.

I made this one using Hobby Lobby's I Love This Yarn that I had in my stash. I found the Granny style pattern easy to work on and quite relaxing. Having a pattern that I didn't have to check constantly was great when went got to crochet/knitting group meetings. My doll patterns tend to be too complicated to share socially and get anything productive finished.

My pictures are still not quite where I want them, but I think hanging the shawl is an improvement over my first attempt to photograph a shawl.

I have my third shawl over half done. I am enjoying exploring this new type of crochet project. I already have yarn lined up to work on some additional projects.

If you arrived here looking for free Prayer Shawl Patterns please check out the following Blog Page:

Free Prayer Shawl Patterns

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Dominique Goh said...

That's a really pretty shawl that you have knitted :)

Sheltie Times said...

Thank you for visiting. Sadly, I can't knit much more than a dishcloth. I am grateful that I can crochet.

An Apel a Day said...

That's a pretty shawl! I wish I could knit, and sew. My sister sometimes works with me to get a few things done that I have ideas for.

Sheltie Times said...

Thanks for visiting. I am not much of a knitter. I just got a friend to use her sewing machine to hem some items for me. I think for now crocheting is my best bet for completing projects.

Laurie Collett said...

Lovely! Thanks so much for visiting and commenting on Saved by Grace!
Your blog is a blessing and I am now following it by GFC, and I invite you to follow Saved by Grace also:
Love in Him,
Laurie Collett

Dee Dee said...

It looks like you did a good job with the crocheting! Thanks for dropping by my blog!

Unknown said...

Ooh this is lovely! That reminds me... I really need a shawl haha ;)

StarTraci said...

Wow! You are quite talented. I have always wanted to learn to crochet or knit. I am very impressed.

Kaz @ Melting Moments said...

The colour of this is gorgeous. I just love it.. so much hat I may have to drop hints to my crocheting mum :)

Susan Demeter said...

That is a beautiful shawl :)

ngpaloma said...

wish i know how to make stuff like this. pretty

Christina Morley said...

Well done with the shawl! Thanks for linking and commenting on both my blogs. Following on GFC. Take care and God bless! Tina from Amanda's Books and More

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