Pineapple Peacock Shawl

Pineapple Peacock Shawl

Pineapple Peacock Shawl 

Pattern by Amy Gunderson

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My most recent three part tutorial the Pineapple Peacock shawl was a request by a subscriber and I am so happy I was able to create it!  Another big thank you to Amy Gunderson for providing this free pattern and giving me permission to make the video.

Here I wanted to share some links, more info and also more photos of my shawl.

First off link to the pattern is HERE

Video number ONE

Video number TWO

Video number THREE

So you are probably wondering why in the world I made a 30 something row pattern into three parts. Well I was hearing a few saying I was just going a bit too quickly so I tried to slow it down. The result was more footage but so far a very good views response.

Thank you so all who have watched and left me comments!




So to start my shawl I printed off the pattern and picked out some yarn. I did not have what the pattern called for so I chose a couple Caron cakes from my yarns. The color Faerie seemed the perfect fit for something like a peacock.

I ended up using about 1.5 cakes. 300g or so……

I also used my steal J10/6.00MM hook

I love the soft feel of the wool blend yarn, and I could see this done in lots of colors! ↓

Bumbleberry

Blueberry Kiwi

Funfetti

Buttercream

are just a few colors I love!

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I did block my shawl. I used Kids foam puzzles and they were a bit small for this project, But you can also use crochet blocking boards! 

I also used this spray starch after it was all pinned out. 🙂




I really enjoyed using this yarn. It was my first project of many.

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Thank you so much for stopping in! Have a lovely crochet day. ~Jonna

Disclaimer: I use affiliate links. Which means that if you click on one of the product links I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting this Blog and YouTube channel!




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