What is a crochet prayer shawl?

What is a crochet prayer shawl?

Prayer shawl, peace shawl, comfort shawl. Although there are many names for this item, the meaning is all the same. At its root, crochet prayers shawls are wearable hugs. They provide a cozy wrap that you make with pure intention and share with someone you’ve had in mind as you crafted the piece.

How long is a pocket shawl?

This varies depending upon the person it is made for, but a typical width is 60-65 inches. It is very easy to adjust the length of a pocket shawl by crocheting more or fewer rows. You want the shawl to be the length from fingertip to fingertip, so keep the wearer’s size in mind when making a pocket shawl.

Can you make your own prayer shawl?

You Can Make a Prayer Shawl for Yourself If you’re going through a tough time, making your own prayer shawl is a great way to practice self-love, self-compassion and gentleness with yourself.

How many yards of yarn do I need for a pocket shawl?

1000-1500 yards
This really depends on the yardage in your skein, but on average you will need 4-5 skeins (3.5oz) of yarn for a crochet pocket shawl. This is between 1000-1500 yards of yarn for an adult pocket shawl.

Is there a free crochet pattern for Ana Lucia shawl?

A free version is also available. Crochet your own ‘Ana Lucia Shawl’ using this crochet pattern in PDF format. This pattern contains explained written instructions in US crochet terminology. The finished dimensions are 60cm/23.5” height and 145cm/57” wide when lying flat.

Is there a free crochet shawl pattern?

I’m happy to share a new free crochet shawl pattern: the Ana Lucia Shawl. This elegant shawl has some beautiful details and has matching tassels on all ends.

What kind of stitches are used to make a shawl?

We wanted to design an elegant shawl with beautiful details, based on her beautiful name ‘Ana Lucia’ and her girly feminine style. We came up with a shawl that is mainly made out of double crochet stitches and variations of this stitch, like back post, front post, worked in back loops only and of course normal double crochet stitches.