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Saturday, February 06, 2010

FO: Garden Path Crocheted Shawl

This is actually 2009 project (read my previous post about this project) but I just finished writing the pattern today. I am really exciting about this project. It had a very difficult start but in the end it is really worth all the trouble. I made 2 versions, one is larger than the other. This is the smaller or scarf version.



Pattern: Garden Path Crocheted Shawl
Source: It will be ready next month (I hope)
Materials: Miami Four Season 100% Cotto. Color 18 (blue) dyelot 203
Qty: 2 x 50 gram (110 m/120 yards per ball) I split the yarn into 3, so total I have 720 yards
Needles: Clover Hook size 3.5 (E)
Start Date: 2 December 2009
Finish Date: 17 December 2009

As usual I need testers for this. I need tester for the scarf version and also for the shawl version. I need tester that able to follow the written instruction only. Although the final pattern will have the nice diagram as always, I want to make sure that people can understand my written instruction. To tell you the truth, I actually can not understand my own written instruction, so I really need testers that ready to have headache.

Anybody????

Update:
I forgot to tell you the finished size.
Scarf: 47" across top edge, 23" long from centre top to point
Shawl: 84" across top edge, 40" long from centre top to point

And please let me know your email address so I can contact you.

Update:
I have enough testers.

16 comments:

Heidi Leeck said...

I'd like to test the scarf size, if you haven't found anyone else!

Lily said...

Hi Heidi! Let me know your email address

Mia said...

I really wish I could crochet! But I can only do basic crochet and am test knitting another pattern right now too. Will mention this a friend though.

dseda893 said...

I would love to test either. Ihave done conrtact crochet!

Tam said...

Let me let me. It is so pretty and if you only need a small one I could get that done pretty quick

Tina said...

I would love to test the shawl size.

Deneen said...

It's beautiful-I would love to test it, but if time is of the essence, I can't, but look forward to the pattern.

What is the "weight" of the yarn used (eg, fingering, sport)

Cathy said...

Lily, I would be happy to test either size... let me know. also what weight cotton did you use?
Cathy
ccrome53@yahoo.com

anja said...

If you still need someone to test-crochet, I'd love to! I love you designs. :)
rivera(DOT)angela(AT)gmail(DOT)com

Barbara said...

I would love to be a tester on your patterns. I've only been crocheting for a year but I believe that I'm pretty good at it but maybe not the fastest in the world. However, I'm a disabled stay at home woman who has a lot of time. LOL

Rosalía said...

It's very elegant. The colour is bright. I love it.

Lily said...

Sorry for everybody that is not selected as a tester as I have enough.

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Annalea said...

Soooo . . . when will the pattern be available? This is so lovely!

suzysmile said...

When the pattern is ready, please let me know !! It's fabulous, it's exactly THE shawl I'm looking for, I can't wait to get started :-))))
Soizic
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