This famous pattern with spiders exists already in multiple variations. Spiders can be made smaller or larger with a different number of sc in a spider. Spiders can be found in each shawl cell or in staggered order.
Most often, a shawl with a similar pattern is crochet from the bottom corner to the wide side. I wanted to start from the middle of the broad side.
In this tutorial I will show how to crochet the base pattern with spiders. In my shawl, I applied and combined different patterns, which I will describe in one of the my following posts.
Crochet with fun!
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- Yarn: 2 bullet skein of Alize Angora Gold (20% wool, 80% acrylic, 100 g, 550 m)
- Hook: #3,5 mm.
|Symbol||US Crochet term|
|ch, chain stitch|
|sc, single crochet|
|dc, double crochet|
|tr, treble crochet|