Jaali is Hindi for Mesh. The word has various applications including architecture, textiles, utensils etc. I designed the knitted version of this shawl as a gift for my bossÃÆÃÂ¢ÃÂ¢Ã¢â¬Å¡ÃÂ¬ÃÂ¢Ã¢â¬Å¾ÃÂ¢ wedding. She is a very important person in my life and I wanted to make something truly special for her. I decided to take the plunge and design my first shawl. Once I did that, I didnÃÆÃÂ¢ÃÂ¢Ã¢â¬Å¡ÃÂ¬ÃÂ¢Ã¢â¬Å¾ÃÂ¢t want the crocheter in me to be left craving. So I decided to make a crocheted version of Jaali. The construction and techniques are almost the same. I even tried to find a motif that would emulate the same kind of lacy effect in the border. I think I did well. I can do better, but that is for another attempt.
Depending on your preferences you can work up a scarf or a shawl in triangular, trapezoidal, or full-square shape, all from the same pattern.
The 5 page pdf consists of written instructions and charts to help you work up a scarf/ shawlette/ or a full-sized shawl.
Thanks to the following for making this pattern
Triangle: merripurdy, pixie56;
Trapezoid: amerz, madinina, Bizyhands;
Full-Square: yarnedaround, lynetteack
Technical Editor: Chaitanya Muralidhara
DK: 21 sts/10 rows = 4ÃÆÃÂ¢ÃÂ¢Ã¢â¬Å¡ÃÂ¬ÃâÃÂ x 4ÃÆÃÂ¢ÃÂ¢Ã¢â¬Å¡ÃÂ¬ÃâÃÂ in body pattern before blocking.
Fingering: 27 sts/12 rows = 4ÃÆÃÂ¢ÃÂ¢Ã¢â¬Å¡ÃÂ¬ÃâÃÂ x 4ÃÆÃÂ¢ÃÂ¢Ã¢â¬Å¡ÃÂ¬ÃâÃÂ in body pattern before blocking.
"DesiLoop", pronounced "They See" loop, was created by SSK in 2011 to make her original designs and handmade accessories available to interested clients. She is originally from India and likes to ...
"DesiLoop", pronounced "They See" loop, was created by SSK in 2011 to make her original designs and handmade accessories available to interested clients. She is originally from India and likes to call herself “A Student of Life”. She is a self-taught designer who is constantly on the lookout for new techniques, ideas, and inspirations. She has been creating stuff for as long as she can remember. Her designs have also been featured in newsstand and online magazines like Knitty, Tangled, YarnForward, & Inside Crochet. Off late she is growing more and more obsessed with seamless projects and doesn't need an excuse to start one.View all patterns by designer (39) »