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CAL Summer Freshness – Part 5

As you see Part 4 was a cool part, now you guess that Part 5 will be a little bit more intense.

Prepare a good mug of coffee / tea and let’s go!

So for starters, I will remind you of some tips:

  • My first advice is to place a marker (PM) in the middle stitch so that it will be easier to find the middle, plus I add PM in the instructions to guide you.
  • To make this shawl, you need to know the basic stitches but also the front and back post double crochet (FPdc and BPdc).
  • If needed you can see this article to know how to make FPdc and BPdc. « Apprendre le crochet : Les mailles en relief »
  • This shawl is crocheted in rows going back and forth.

Here we are, ready to start! If you need general informations, please read this article CAL Summer Freshness Shawl – General information. The Abbreviations used and special stitches are explained here: Abbreviations and Stitch guide

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Instructions:

In fact 😁 part 5 is in the same spirit as part 3. You will quickly realize it! Have fun! 😉.

Reminder:

fanb et b2 fanC etC2

Part 5:

Row 65 : Ch1-2sc, ch 5, skip 3 sts, (1 sc on next st, ch 5, skip 3 sts) x 54, [1 sc, ch 5, 1 sc] in ch2-sp PM, (ch 5, skip 3 sts, 1 sc on next st) x 54, ch 5, skip 3 sts, [3sc] on top of ch-3. (116 sc, 111 ch5-sp)

Row 66 : Ch 7 (counts as 1 dc + ch 4), (1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5) x 2, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, {FanB on next ch5-sp, (1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5) x 2, 1 sc on next ch5-sp} x 13, FanC in center ch5-sp PM, { (1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5) x 2, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, FanB on next ch5-sp} x 13, (1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5) x 2, 1 sc on next ch5-sp,  ch 4, 1 dc on top of ch-1. (26 FanB, 1 FanC, 2 dc, 84 sc, 56 ch5-sp, 2 arc-4ch)

Row 67 : Ch 7 (counts as 1 dc + ch 4), (1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5) x 2, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, {FanB2 on next FanB, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5, 1 sc on next ch5-sp} x 13, FanC2 on FanC PM, {1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, FanB2 on next FanB } x 13, (1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5) x 2, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 4, 1 dc on 3rd ch of ch-7. (26 FanB2, 1 FanC2, 2 dc, 58 sc, 30 ch5-sp, 2 arc-4ch)

Row 68 : Ch1 (counts as 1 sc), [(1 sc, ch 2) x3, 1sc] on next ch4-sp, [(1 sc, ch 2) x4, 1 sc] on the next 2 ch5-sps, { [(2 sc on next ch1-sp, ch 2) x 5, 2 sc on next ch1-sp] on FanB2, [ (1 sc, ch 2) x4, 1sc] on next ch5-sp } x 13, { (2 sc on next ch1-sp, ch 2) x 7, 2 sc on next ch1-sp} on FanC2 PM, { [ (1 sc, ch 2) x4, 1sc] on next ch5-sp, [(2 sc on next ch1-sp, ch 2) x 5, 2 sc on next ch1-sp] on FanB2} x 13, [(1 sc, ch 2) x4, 1sc] on the next 2 ch5-sps, [(1 sc, ch 2) x3, 1sc] on next ch7-sp, 1 sc on 3rd ch of ch-7. (481 sc, 241 ch2-sp)

Fasten Off, Weave in ends.

partie 5 version normale complet

END of Part 5

Part 5 – Variant A:

  • Expand part 3 and make adapted (to variant A) part 4 and 5.
  • Please note, I have not tested this variation, so I cannot guarantee that you have enough thread with 1 Whirl.
  • If you lack thread, to complete the Whirls there are the Whirlettes, I invite you to consult the article on the combinations  => “Guide de combinaisons: Whirl et Whirlette” , skeins are here : “Whirlette

Make Part 3A and 4A then:

Row 69A: Ch1-1sc, ch 5, skip 3 sts, (1 sc on next st, ch 5, skip 3 sts) x 57, [1 sc, ch 5, 1 sc] in ch2-sp PM, (ch 5, skip 3 sts, 1 sc on next st) x 57, ch 5, skip 3 sts, [2sc] on top of ch-3. (120 sc, 117 ch5-sp)

Row 70A: Ch 5 (counts as 1 dc + ch 2), 1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, {FanB on next ch5-sp, (1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5) x 2, 1 sc on next ch5-sp} x 14, FanC in center ch5-sp PM, { (1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5) x 2, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, FanB on next ch5-sp} x 14, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 2, 1 dc on top of ch-1. (28 FanB, 1 FanC, 2 dc, 88 sc, 58 ch5-sp, 2 ch2-sp)

Row 71A: Ch1-1sc, 1 sc on next ch2-sp, ch 5, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, {FanB2 on next FanB, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5, 1 sc on next ch5-sp} x 14, FanC2 on FanC PM, {1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, FanB2 on next FanB } x 14, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5, 1 sc on next ch2-sp, [2sc] on 3rd ch of ch-5. (28 FanB2, 1 FanC2, 64 sc, 30 ch5-sp)

Row 72A: Ch1 (counts as 1 sc), (1 sc, ch 2) on next sc, [(1 sc, ch 2) x4, 1 sc] on next ch5-sp, { [(2 sc on next ch1-sp, ch 2) x 5, 2 sc on next ch1-sp] on FanB2, [ (1 sc, ch 2) x4, 1sc] on next ch5-sp } x 14, { (2 sc on next ch1-sp, ch 2) x 7, 2 sc on next ch1-sp} on FanC2 PM, { [ (1 sc, ch 2) x4, 1sc] on next ch5-sp, [(2 sc on next ch1-sp, ch 2) x 5, 2 sc on next ch1-sp] on FanB2} x 14, [(1 sc, ch 2) x4, 1sc] on next ch5-sp, (1 sc, ch 2) on next sc, 1 slst on next st. (504 sc, 269 ch2-sp)

Fasten Off, weave in ends.

END of Part 5A

Part 5 – Variant B:

  • following extended part 4, make adapted part 5.
  • Please note, I have not tested this variation, so I cannot guarantee that you have enough thread.
  • If you lack thread, to complete the Whirls there are the Whirlettes, I invite you to consult the article on the combinations  => “Guide de combinaisons: Whirl et Whirlette” , skeins are here : “Whirlette

Row 67B : Ch1-1sc, ch 2, skip 2 sts, (1 sc on next st, ch 5, skip 3 sts) x 56, [1 sc, ch 5, 1 sc] in ch2-sp PM, (ch 5, skip 3 sts, 1 sc on next st) x 56, ch 2, skip 2 sts, [2sc] on top of ch-3. (118 sc, 113 ch5-sp, 1 ch2-sp)

Row 68B : Ch 5 (counts as 1 dc + ch 2), 1 sc on ch2-sp, {FanB on next ch5-sp, (1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5) x 2, 1 sc on next ch5-sp} x 14, FanC in center ch5-sp PM, { (1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5) x 2, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, FanB on next ch5-sp} x 14, 1 sc in ch2-sp, ch 2, 1 dc on top of ch-1. (28 FanB, 1 FanC, 2 dc, 86 sc, 56 ch5-sp, 2 ch2-sp)

Row 69B : Ch1-1sc, 1 sc on ch2-sp, {FanB2 on next FanB, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5, 1 sc on next ch5-sp} x 14, FanC2 on FanC PM, {1 sc on next ch5-sp, ch 5, 1 sc on next ch5-sp, FanB2 on next FanB } x 14, 1 sc on ch2-sp, [2sc] on 3rd ch of ch-5 (28 FanB2, 1 FanC2, 62 sc, 28 ch5-sp)

Row 70B : Ch1 (doesn’t count as a st), 1 sc on next sc, ch 2, { [(2 sc on next ch1-sp, ch 2) x 5, 2 sc on next ch1-sp] on FanB2, [ (1 sc, ch 2) x4, 1 sc] on next ch5-sp } x 14, { (2 sc on next ch1-sp, ch 2) x 7, 2 sc on next ch1-sp} on FanC2 PM, { [ (1 sc, ch 2) x4, 1 sc] on next ch5-sp, [(2 sc on next ch1-sp, ch 2) x 5, 2 sc on next ch1-sp] on FanB2} x 14, ch 2, 1 sc on next sc, slst on next st. (494 sc, 261 ch2-sp)

Fasten off weave in ends.

 

END of Part 5B

 

I hope you enjoyed this step. This was the last written step, now it’s your turn!

I look forward to your publications 😍, your photos 😍of your WIPs on the group !!!

You have until August 7 included to post the finished shawl and thus participate in the draws.

To publish your wonderful shawls and thus participate in the drawing to win a gift card usable on the entire Mignon Crochet website, you must:

  • or publish the photo on Facebook: in the group “Mignon Crochet: Le groupe”, there is a dedicated album,
  • or publish the photo by leaving your testimony on my website: leave my opinion/testimony,
  • or publish the photo in a project on Ravelry (project connected to my model called “Summer Freshness Shawl“)
  • either publish on the 3 😁😊💕

and whatever your choice, please also note:

  • the name and brand of the ball used,
  • the name and color code,
  • the amount of ball,
  • the hook size used
  • and the dimensions of the finished shawl.

These elements will make a great database to help everyone 😊

Feel free to ask any questions here in the comments or on the Facebook support group: Mignon Crochet : Le groupe.


Usually that’s where I write: “We’ll meet again next Wednesday for the next part!”

Today I can’t … because we have reached the last part. This means that we are also approaching the end of this superb adventure.

Our next step will be August 8 which will be the day of the 2 draws. I am thinking of putting my daughter to work 😁😊💕

As always, I remain at your disposal to help you, to inform you. 🥰😘

… and don’t forget … There will be:

  • 1 draw for a wonderful surprise pack of yarns. (among those being active on the group)
  • 1 draw for a gift card for mignoncrochet.com (among the people who post a photo of their finished shawl in the group or on a related project on ravelry or on my website.)

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