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Poster: Gabby
November 25, 2015

Hello! I saw the chart right at the time I'm worrying what i should do with my yarns! however, the yardage I have are 400 per row, I have 1200 meters, which are 3 rows. What size would you suggest me to make? Thank you!
Poster: Pam
January 31, 2015

Susan, I haven't worked this pattern, but, it looks to me you would start at the end of the last roll you crocheted and continue completely around to the other corner. Hope this helps.
Poster: Linda
February 1, 2015

There are 14 stitches in the fan. I would count the number of stitches from the corner to the center at the bottom. Divide by 14. You will need a multiple of 14 plus 7 to get the center point to be at the bottom of the shawl. I hope this helps.
Poster: Carol Ann Speight
February 14, 2015

Glenna.."tr" indicates treble crochet.
Poster: Terri
February 15, 2015

Tr stands for a treble stitch. It is like a double crochet stitch but you wrap yarn on hook three times instead of two. I am sure you can google it to get help.
Poster: Vida
February 15, 2015

tr stands for treble crochet. Or triple crochet if that makes it easier to remember.
Poster: Kendra Lasee
February 15, 2015

I just downloaded this very interesting pattern and read your question. I think "tr" means triple crochet. That's what I going to do. Isn't this a beautiful idea?
Poster: Jean
February 15, 2015

"tr" means "treble crochet"
Poster: Evelyn Hertzel
February 15, 2015

tr stands for triple!!!
Poster: Pamela Bailey
February 16, 2015

TRIPLE
Poster: Terry
February 19, 2015

Dear Glenna
I hope someone already answered your question, and that you're already on your way to making this shawl. In case you still don't know, tr is the abbrevistion for the treble (or triple) crochet stitch. You can do an internet search for tr and get directed to many sites with photo & video tutorials. If this stitch seems unwieldy to you, try working double crochet stitches (dc) in place of each tr st (stitch). Best of luck to you!
Poster: debbie swanson
February 19, 2015

tr means treble crochet Just like a double but wrap one more time You will then pull the yarn through two loops on hook 3x :-)
Poster: angela
April 13, 2015

"tr: means trebble - where you yarn over 2 times.
Poster: glori civitello
April 8, 2015

Is the answer triple?
Poster: Patricia
April 29, 2015

Yes, "tr" means triple crochet
Poster: Sandra
July 28, 2015

I am making the Small fan shawl at the moment and the wool I am using is really lovely, I was surprised to see the measurement of length 44" and he length 77" to make it to a RTS scarf how long would you make it please.
Poster: Sandra
July 16, 2015

I am having difficulty starting this pattern Row 2 ch 1, sc 6, right got that, Row 3 ch4 tr7 into 1st sc tr y in the last sc, Rows 4-5 ch 1 sc 13, Now the problem Row ch4, tr 7, skip 6, tr 7 skip 6 tr 7 that row should have 15 stitches and I have 13. where have I gone wrong or am I reading the pattern wrong please.
Poster: mia germ
March 5, 2015

mag ik vragen : zijn het gewoon stkjes of dubbele?
Poster: mia germ
March 5, 2015

ben zeker dat ik van dit patroon ga genieten, hij is héél mooi !!! dank je !
Poster: Rita
February 18, 2015

How many stitches do you do at the beg of the edging would love to be able to do iit do you have any videos. I am new crocheting and I need to see it being demonstrated. It is just gorgeous
Poster: Marilyn Moore
February 17, 2015

Thank you for such a nice pattern
Poster: Pam
February 2, 2015

I love this shawl I can't wait to make it
Poster: Glenna
January 31, 2015

I plan to make this one for myself. It looks fantastic, and I really like the drawings with symbols representing stitches, etc., but I have one (dumb) question. What does "tr" mean in the pattern directions?
Poster: Sandra
July 28, 2015

If you are in the UK the tr for us would be triple tr you would wrap the wool around the hook twice.
It really is a lovely pattern
Poster: Sandra
August 8, 2015

thanks for your reply, I have done the Shawl now I am on the border. I have done it in Angora and it is so soft. I love it, going to make another one when I have finished this one.
Poster: susan haines
November 15, 2014

i absolutely love this pattern. I completed the shawl with no problem but I do not know where to begin the edge. it doesn't say how many stitches in and the beginning edge did not turn out correct. in order for the point to be correct I would need to know where to begin the first stitch. I have tried several times and just can not get it. HELP!!!! I want to use this border, not something else. thank you.
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