Crochet Beachy Keen Shawl – DIY Tutorial (It’s Peachy Keen too!)


Hi I’m Donna Wolfe from naztazia.com
today I’m going to show you how to crochet my beachy keen shawl. The written pattern is on naztazia.com I’m using two skeins of Red Heart’s Ombre yarn for my
shawl. And have you seen my new hook holder yet? I received this beautiful
organizer as a gift from my friends at chetnanigans.com We’ll use a size H hook for this shawl, scissors, and a yarn needle. And be sure to click on the subscribe
button to get notified of new videos from me each week. To begin make a
slipknot and chain 4. Slip stitch into the first chain. If you need help with
the basics of crochet, please see my beginner crochet videos on YouTube. Chain 4 – that
counts as 1 treble crochet. We’re going to make 6 more treble crochet stitches
in this ring. We want these stitches a bit loose so if H is too tight be sure
to go up to an I or J hook. Chain 3. Make 1 double crochet in each
stitch across. Your initial chain will count as 1 double crochet, so you will
need to make 6 more for a total of 7 on this row. For the next row begin with a chain 4.
That will count as 1 treble crochet. Make 6 treble crochet stitches in the same
stitch. Find the middle of the previous shell.
Make one double crochet stitch in the middle in this last chain stitch. Make
seven treble crochet stitches in it. …and seven. Chain 3, make 1 double crochet in each
stitch across. Remember that first chain 3 counts as your first double crochet
stitch. Next row, Chain four. We’re going to make
6 treble crochet stitches in that same stitch for a total of seven treble
crochet. Find the middle of the next shell. Make
1 double crochet in it. In that double crochet separating the
shells, we’ll make seven treble crochet stitches in it to create another shell. …and seven. Make one double crochet in the middle of the next shell. And in that very last stitch make seven treble
crochet stitches. This creates another shell. Chain 3. Make 1 double crochet in each
stitch across. Double crochet over all the shells as well as those double
crochet stitches in between the shells. Chain 4 and begin your normal shell at
the end. Then double crochet in the middle. Do another shell here. Double
crochet. Shell. Double crochet. And another shell at the end. Chain 3 and make 1
double crochet in each stitch across. You’ll continue doing this for every row
for a total of 20 rows. If you’re on social media you can also find me on
Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter. If you want to add fringe onto your
shell I like to cut 3 strands of yarn each about 15 inches long and knot them
like this. And here is my finished shawl. To view
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