Tea With Lady Grantham, weeks 4 & 5

Tea with Lady Grantham pattern collage2

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ALSO AVAILABLE ON RAVELRY

Crochet a versatile Downton Abbey inspired shawl! The pattern is now available as a paid pdf download.  The pattern is no longer free in a week-by-week format.  More crochet/knit-with-me-while-I-design patterns will be coming soon.  They are free only while I design the pattern, and once finished they become paid patterns.  They will be announced first on my Facebook Page, G+, Twitter, & Pinterest.

tea with lady grantham and Lady edith

Tea With Lady Grantham is the same shape and size as the “Lady Edith’s London Nights” shawl/wrap.

Are you a knitter, as well as crocheter?  If so, you will want to make the knitted Downton Abbey Mystery KAL 2014, the design by Kristen Ashbaugh-Helmreich that inspired the shape and textures of this crocheted shawl.  Check out all the projects and the Jimmy Beans Wool Group on Ravelry, where there are lots of photos to inspire your yarn choices if you knit one!  Ravelry is free to join, and you’ll find thousands of patterns, groups for help and company, and inspiration for your next project.

Don’t forget, though, that the knitted Downton Abbey Mystery KAL 2014 shawl uses worsted weight yarn.  I did  not use worsted weight for my crochet shawls–crochet stitches are much denser and larger than knit stitches, and to get the same size as my shawls (Lady Grantham and the Lady Edith’s London Nights) you must use a sock/fingering weight yarn.  As I have learned, the stitch definition tends to be ‘lost’ in the multi-coloured yarn I used for Lady Edith, so when you are choosing a yarn remember that a lighter coloured, solid-coloured yarn will show the stitch textures more than a hand-painted or multi-colour yarn.  Your LYS is a great place to ask for help in choosing yarns!

IF YOU MAKE THIS SHAWL, PLEASE MARK IT AS A FAVOURITE IN RAVELRY AND LINK IT TO MY DESIGN PAGE–THANKS!  YOU CAN ALSO POST PHOTOS AND COMMENTS ON MY FACEBOOK PAGE IF YOU’D LIKE TO SHARE OR IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS.

FOR GAUGE, YARN WEIGHT SUGGESTION AND HOOK INFORMATION SEE EARLIER POST.  IF YOU FIND AN ERROR, PLEASE SEND A MESSAGE ON THE CONTACT FORM HERE, OR ON RAVELRY, OR ON FACEBOOK.  IF YOU NEED HELP, PLEASE ASK ME.

ABREVIATIONS & NOTES

*****CANADIAN/US CROCHET TERMS USED*****

sc = single crochet; hdc = half double crochet; dc = double crochet;  ch = chain;  inc = increase; dec = decrease; * to * = repeat the instructions between the * – *; ( to ) = repeat the instructions between the (-)

sc4 = make 1 single crochet in each  of the next 4 (or other number given; and of course ‘dc4′ would mean ‘double crochet 4,’ etc.)

fpdc = front post double crochet; bpdc = back post double crochet

scfl = single crochet in the front loop only; scbl = single crochet in the back loop only

v-stitch = (dc, ch1, dc) all in the same stitch or in a ch 1 space–often in the centre ch1 of v-stitch the previous row, when I will say “v-stitch in v-stitch.”

 

Lady Grantham Week 5 closeup

THE SHAWL DESIGN AND PHOTOS OF MY OWN SHAWLS ARE 2014 COPYRIGHT WENDY M. ANDERSON ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.  THEY MAY NOT BE SHARED ONLINE OR IN ANY OTHER WAY. TO SHARE, LINK TO MY PAGE–THANKS!

 The Downton Abbey tv set photos are not my copyright; they were found on the internet but clearly Copyright is held by the TV studio, Carnival Film & Television Ltd.  I am using them only demonstrate fashion and social norms of the era.

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