Original Version: 51” W x 28” H (130 cm x 71 cm)
Updated Version: 71” W x 45” H (180 cm x 114 cm)
Updated Version: Expression Fiber Arts Buttery Worsted
Shown in Dark Alexandrite Hues: A) Light Purple, B) Dark Purple, C) Blue, D) Blue Green, and E) Green.
Original Version: Luster Worsted Minis
The original shawl was made with our Luster Worsted Minis in our Sea Glass Hues Kit. It used the colors from lightest to darkest.
If those colors aren’t available, any from this category will work.
Adventurous Beginner: This pattern is for those who feel comfortable with crocheting and have made a few projects, using various skills and techniques. Skills/concepts include changing colors, v-stitches, and adding fringe (optional).
Notes From the Designer:This beautiful and simple design is a classic triangle shape. Wear it in multiple styles! Crochet it in a solid color, opt for stripes, or go for a gradient effect as shown here. Let the name remind you that no matter what happens today, you can handle it! You are stronger than you know and more capable than you can imagine.
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- The updated sample shown used approximately 998 yds/913 m total: Color A: 197 yds/180 m, Color B: 202 yds/185 m, Color C: 202 yds/185 m, Color D: 202 yds/185 m, and Color E: 195 yds/ 178 m.
- The original shawl was made with our Luster Worsted Minis in our Sea Glass Hues Kit. It used the colors from lightest to darkest.
- The shawl is worked from the top down starting with Color A and ending with Color E.
- The best way to transition from color to color is to use the Russian Join or a braided yarn join.
- The chain 3 at the beginning of the row counts as the first stitch throughout, unless otherwise stated.
Originally designed by Helen Meissner and updated by the EFA Design Team.
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OMG!!! This pattern is absolutely stunning when it's made with a nice 3 weight. I've made one had no issues and plan on making more as gifts. The pattern is easy to read and follow once you learn the quick repeat...Awesome!!!
I love the yarn I bought. I tested knitting with it and it works up beautifully. I expected the color to be lighter but it will be good for my project.
Looks easy, and cute.
I love this pattern. The repeat was was easy to do and the finished product came out beautiful! It was super fast to work up. I started it Wednesday when I got my yarn and finished it Saturday while I was at camp. Thank you for all the beautiful yarns and patterns!
I had a lot of fun with this pattern using some mini skeins I had in my stash. In fact, it won an Honorable Mention at the State Fair of Texas!
I found this pattern pretty easy and turned out great. If you need a quick accessory or gift, this would be perfect.
Stunning pattern, I made this with a much thinner yarn with the 5.00mm hook so it came out with a super drape.
My yarn group is helping me take my meager crochet skills to make this shawl. I am so excited tomake something in crochet other than a ripple baby blanket. Thank you Chandi forofferring this quite doable pattern.
This pattern is wonderfully written, and is very easy to read and follow. I'm looking forward to making it in several colors for friends and family! I'm glad I was able to get this pattern. :) Thank you for sharing this beautiful "Teal Tenacity Crochet Shawl " pattern with us Chandi (Expression Fiber Arts)!
This pattern is just lovely - the stitch pattern is quite nice. The pattern is also well-written and easy to follow.
The instructions are very concise and easy to follow. Thank you, Chandi, for creating this lovely shawl. I am working it in a dewy DK yarn and it looks nice.
As always the pattern is so well written and easy to follow.
I haven't completed this pattern yet, but it is well written and it isn't too hard to work on it while visiting with friends, and/or watching TV.
I used an I hook because I crochet a little too tight, and used a hand spun merino yarn to crochet with. I made this shawl in a couple days and blocked it. I was shocked at how much it grew when I blocked it. This pattern is great when you really want the yarn to be the focus, without the pattern being boring. I gave it to my aunt as a prayer shawl and she loved it. I can't wait to make another.
The pattern was easy to understand and the end result is amazing, thank you
Lacy shawl that will look wonderful at any event.
This worked up really quick and my grand daughter just loves it.
This pattern, as with all of those from Chandi, is so perfectly written and pictured. Haven't made it yet, but I know it will be wonderful when I do.
This pattern works up quickly and is so lovely when completed. I was very pleased with the end result of the first shawl I made!
Haven't had a chance to try it but will soon !! It looks to be quick and easy pattern for a beautiful shawl!!!!
Simple yet beautiful
I have just finished reading the pattern but it seems to be fairly well written and I'm not expecting any problems with it. I just hope I have a suitable yarn for it as I'm definitely overspending this month lol