Flora Shawl Tartan

Flora Shawl Tartan

Flora Shawl Tartan

“FLORA SHAWL TARTAN – CROCHET PATTERN BY HILARIA FINA

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Men and women have long been recognized in Scotland as equals. A good example of this is that female chiefs supply a goodly number of places in the listings of the Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs. They hold exactly the same responsibilities as their male counterparts. Flora Fraser, Lady Saltoun Chief of Clan Fraser is not only a female Clan Chief but is currently the only female holder of a lordship who also holds a seat in the House of Lords as an elected hereditary peer.
Flora Shawl Tartan

INSPIRATION + DESIGN


The scarf is a beautiful crochet plaid. It looks way more complicated than it really is. With just two stitches (the chain stitch and double crochet stitch), you can make this gorgeous classic tartan check. You can make it using any colour combination you may wish. While this pattern is not difficult, it is time consuming, but so worth it! Do you fancy doing it?

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STITCHES AND TECHNIQUES USED


SLIP KNOT
With about 15 cm of yarn, make a loop. Insert your hook through the center of the loop, draw the end of the yarn through the loop, and pull on the tail to tighten. 

CHAIN (ABBREVIATION ch)
YO and pull through loop on hook.

DOUBLE CROCHET (ABBREVIATION: dc)
YO, insert hook into the stitch, YO and pull the yarn through the stitch (3 loops on your hook), YO and pull through the first 2 loops on the hook in one go (2 loops remain on the hook), YO again and pull through the remaining 2 loops on the hook.

CROCHETING INTO THE BACK BUMP OF A CHAIN
Usually you crochet in the right side of the chain. When you turn your chain, you’ll see a small ‘bump’ on the wrong side of each stitch. Insert your hook under this back bump.

CHANGING TO A NEW COLOR
You will change to another colour by joining in the new colour during the final step of the last stitch in the old colour as follows: work the last stitch in the old colour until the last two loops of the stitch are on the hook, then using the new colour, YO and pull through the 2 remaining old colored loops on your hook. The next stitch you make will be the first stitch in the new colour.

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  • ABBREVIATIONS

    • ch = chain
    • dc = double crochet
    • lp (s) = loop (s)
    • YO = yarn over
    • pto (s) = punto (s)
    • Row … = At the beginning of each pattern line, you’ll find “Row” + a number to indicate which “row”. 
    • (…) = At the end of each line you will find the number of stitches you should have at end of each “row”.
    • […]  x … = When part of the instructions repeat throughout the “row”, it ́ll be placed between brackets x the number of times it should be repeated.
    • (…) = stitches between (…) are worked into the same stitch.
    • Example: Row 01. (3sc) in the same stitch, [2sc, sc-inc] x 2. (11 sts) 

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SKILL LEVEL


SKILL 2 – EASY

If you are looking for a relaxing project, this is what you want. These patterns are very repetitive. They use basic stitches and easy procedures.



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WHAT YOU NEED


  • Crochet hook 5.5 mm (I US), 4.5 mm (7 US)
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors
  • Stitch marker
  • Yarn: DK, Light Worsted.
    Katia Merino Aran (52% Merino, 48% Acrylic), 100g/3 oz. ½, 10x10cm = 16 sts x 20 rows, 155m (169 yds):
    nº 69 (medium grey); 7 skeins
    nº 51 (light maroon); 2 skeins
    nº 02 (black); 1 skein
    nº 41 (light mustard); 1 skein
    nº 82 (bottle green); 2 skeins
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SIZE


  • This pattern is one size.
  • All measurements given are unblocked; 60 cm x 180 cm approx. (excluding fringe)  if you made it with the very same indicated yarn.
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GAUGE


  • Gauge is not very important in this pattern, but for your reference, 10 x 10 cm = 8 grid stitches x 8 rows.

NOTES


  • This pattern is written in US terminology.
  • This pattern is worked side to side.
  • When you crochet in rows, each row stars by turning the piece and working some chain stitches (know as the “turning chains”) to get the right height for the following stitches.
  • Turning chains at the beginning of rows do not count as a stitch.
  • Changes in color should be made in the final YO of the previous stitch.
  • Making the shawl is a four-step process: first step is to make the grid base, 2nd step crochet the chains, 3rd step woven chains through the grid to create the plaid effect and 4th and last step is to add the fringes.

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WRITTEN PATTERNS


GRID STITCH BASE

Crochet in rows with 5.5 mm (I US) crochet hook, in medium grey yarn.

To begin: 101ch + 2 turning chain.

Row 01 (Grey). Crochet in back bumps, starting chain in 3rd back bump, dc, [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 02/05 (Grey). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 06 (Black). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 07/08 (Grey). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 09 (Green). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 10 (Grey). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 11 (Green). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 12/14 (Grey). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 15/16 (Maroon). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 17 (Grey). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)



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Row 18 (Maroon). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 19 (Grey). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 20 (Green). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 21 (Grey). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 22 (Maroon). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 23 (Grey). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 24/25 (Maroon). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 26/28 (Grey). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 29 (Green). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 30 (Grey). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 31(Green). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 32/33 (Grey). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 34 (Black). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Row 35/40 (Grey). (2ch, dc), [ch, skip the next stitch, dc] x 50, turn. (101)

Repeat color sequence for Row 02 to Row 40 three times more, until you have a total of 156 rows.

Weave in all ends before starting the woven chains.

CHECK CHART – GRID STITCH & COLOR SEQUENCE.

chart - GRID STITCH & COLOR SEQUENCE

Flora Gráfico Horizontal

CHART - GRID STITCH



CHAINS


Measure the length of your grid – ours measures 180 cm long.

When making your weaving chains, keep your tension even and don’t pull too tight when measuring them against your grid .

Using a 4.5 mm (7 US) crochet hook make 50 chains of that length, leave tails at both ends about 10 cm for the fringe, in the following colours: 25 x grey, 12 x maroon, 3 x black, 4 x mustard and 4 x green.

CHECK PIC 01.

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WOVEN


Using a yarn needle, thread a chain. Starting at one end of scarf, in the first row of spaces, weave vertically over and under each row to the other end. 

Take care as you pull through as the chain will stretch, so ease it along the length.

Continue weaving in each row of spaces in the following color sequence. 

CHECK CHART – CHAINS & COLOR SEQUENCE.



CHAINS & COLOR SEQUENCE

Flora Gráfico Vertical

FRINGES


For each chain, cut two pieces of yarn measuring 22 cm to match the chain. Fold these pieces in half and secure at the end of the chain of the matching colour, so that the tail end of the chain forms part of the same tassel. Knot these five ends together. 

Repeat along both short ends of the scarf, matching the fringing lengths to the colour of the chains. 

Trim fringe to same length evenly to approximately 9 cm.

CHECK PICS 06 & 07.

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