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Secret Paths

Denna Secret Paths är gjord i Scheepjes Whirl, 789, Tasty Nom Nom. Mer information om just denna sjal, så som virkfasthet, storlek, nål etc, hittar du här.

This Secret Paths is made with Scheepjes Whirl, 789, Tasty Nom Nom. You can find more information about this shawl, such as gauge, size and hook size here.


 

Till denna vita-rosa sjal använde jag garnet Cotton Flower 200 g från Favoritgarner och virknål 4.0 mm. Du kan använda vilket garn du vill och addera eller ta bort varv, tex varv 5-18 som upprepas, för att få rätt storlek. Se bara till att avsluta med ett popkorn-varv innan du börjar med kanten.

For this white and pink shawl I used the yarn Cotton Flower 200 g from Favoritgarner and hook 4.0 mm. You could use any yarn and just add or exclude rows, for example row 5-18 that is repeated, to make it the right size. Just make sure to end with a popcorn-row before making the edge.

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English (US terms): Secret Paths
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I spend alot of time and love in creating and writing down my patterns, so please, if you use my patterns and post pictures in social medias link or refer to my blog http://www.mijocrochet.wordpress.com and use #mijocrochet  ❤

© COPYRIGHT Mijo Crochet, all rights reserved. This patterns is for personal use only.

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244 thoughts on “Secret Paths

  1. Hej,
    Jeg fant dette sjalet på PInterest og fant frem til deg. Kan ikke hekle i det hele tatt, men fikk en venninne til å hekle det for meg.
    Jeg har tagget deg på Instragram hvor jeg har lagt ut bildet og det ligger også på facebook, under navnet mitt der. (Marianne Johansson)

    Det ble så nydelig! Tusen takk for oppskriften!

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    1. Hi. Have you thought about adding a stitch count to each row? I have attempted this several times and I can’t keep the edge straight. I’m thinking my stitch count may be off but I’m not certain. I have tried to figure it myself, but I am not sure it’s correct. Thank you so much 🙂

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      1. Hi! At the moment I wont add the stitch count since its a free pattern. Every row increases with 4 stitches/side. So if you have 5 stitches/side, next row should have 9/side. Dont forget to count the ch-1 sp to as stitches 🙂

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      2. Row 8 is an easy place to make a mistake.
        As it reads …..1 DC in every DC and every CH 1 space up until last CH1 space, there is an extra space in the last loop because the row 7 before was a Ch4 not a CH3. Meaning you will do a DC in that last CH4 and then do the 3DC in the top of Chain. Then count both sides, I bet it works out. 😎

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    1. Hi! I have decided to not let anyone make videos of my patterns at the moment. This is because I might do this myself so that I can control my patterns. Right now (sadly) they have been spread against my copyright and it takes me alot of time to try to catch these. I hope you understand 💗 Johanna

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      1. Hi I really need your help with the secret path Shawl. I only finished up to row 18 and the ends are curling up and the shawl is really ruffling. Doesn’t lay flat or straight. I followed the instructions to the letter. Are there any corrections that were made?
        I made the Lost In Time Shawl and that was fine, no problems with that one. Your help will be greatly appreciated.
        Thank you,
        Linda Piperata

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      2. Hi Linda! There have not been any corrections to the Secret Paths pattern. Each row increases with 4 stitches on each side of the shawl. I hope this helps 🙂

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  2. Thank you very much for this Shawwal. Can I explain to him how to do it on my own YouTube channel, mentioning your name and the name of the site and thank you, wait for your response and ask your permission to explain any designs to you and be free, wait for your reply

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    1. Hi Am! At the monent I dont want any videos due to copyright issues and my patterns being spread without my permission. I need to figure out how to publish my patterns in the best way for me and you out there. I hope you understand 🙂
      All the best / Johanna

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  3. Would you be able to tell me the number of stitches there should be for each row (and side)? I’m trying to make it and can’t get the stitches right!

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  4. You have some beautiful works and patterns you have created and I am anxious to try Lost in Time and Secret paths shawls. I will post you some pictures when I get time to do these. Absolutely beautiful , Thanks, Faye

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  5. This is one of my favorites witch i have crocheted twice now, and I got it in my crochet map, since i think it won’t be the last time 😉 Love this pattern! Thank you ever so much!
    X

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  6. I would like to make this shawl in a less angular version -so I’d like to have the width at the top but a slightly shorter “point” for the triangle (if that makes sense ;-)). Any ideas how to achieve this?

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      1. Thanks anyway 😊 I actually managed to change it by increasing twice in the centerpoint and 3 times in the ends. It takes a bit of fiddling here and there but it works 😀

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      1. Thank you I am able to see it now! I downloaded the pattern as PDF on my phone and somehow that part did not come through.

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  7. It doesn’t say anywhere that I can find how much yarn is needed. I understand it varies depending on weight and hook, but for the one you made with light fingering, hook size and approximate yardage used would be so helpful. Thank you for this gorgeous pattern!

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  8. I find the patter written in english prints in red. The red is difficult to read. How can I get the pattern to download to print in black.

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  9. This is absolutely gorgeous! I have printed the pattern to make this BUT I haven’t started because your pattern doesn’t include any instructions for the popcorn or puff stitches, there are different types of each and no indication of what your pattern requires. Could you reply with directions please?? and maybe consider adding a description of how to do any fancy stitches in your patterns and not just write in “puff stitch” because some people may not have a clue what to do, I even googled how to do those stitches and there are so many different options I have no idea which to do.

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  10. Oh my goodness this is beautiful you are so clever. I was looking for a project for some wool I recieved as a Christmas gift. One of the ladies in a facebook crochet group I’m a member of shared this pattern. It’s beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing, I’m looking forward to seeing your new posts this year xx

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  11. Per favore si. Possono avere spiegazioni in ITALIANO???….VI RINGRAZIO.
    .I VOSTRI MODELLI SONO MOLTO ELEGANTI E BRLLI ANCHE I COLORO

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  12. Is there anyway to convert this pattern into a square? I’m not much of a shawl person but I love this pattern and would love to make a blanket or table covering with this pattern.

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  13. Hi, I’m just working on that gorgious shawl.
    To make it easy for me, I downlowded the German pattern and found, there is a mistake in row 6. Acc. to the German pattern, this row should end with a bpdc in the 3rd chain from the beginning of the previous row.
    This is obviously wrong. Maybe you want to correct this.
    Any beginner in crocheting will be very greatful for it.
    Anyhow, thank you for all your wonderful pattern. Only problem is, to decide, which one to work. They are all too beautiful…….

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      1. Hi, it’s me again. Saw today you corrected the German pattern. Sorry to say it is still wrong😟
        Following the original pattern you have to work 3 dc into the 3rd chain of the previous row. The German translation says: 1dc into 3rd chain.

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  14. Just curious if you can put an edge in the top of the shawl and if so what stitch would you use. The top edge seems like it needs cleaning up. Thank you for the use of this beautiful pattern.

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  15. What a treasure this site is! I am having a hard time finding the pattern for lost in time. I click a link and I keep going in circles.

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  16. Hi,
    I want to make this, but it would help if I had the type and names of the colors for Secret Paths shawl, specifically for the photo I found of it called Jess the Hooker and the lengths required for each color. Thanks so much.

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  17. This is a beautiful pattern? If i crochet less rows could i make a triangular scarf size or would the length be too short to drape around? I was thinking of using Bernat Pop, which i think is aran weight. Thanks x

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  18. Hi, I’m very stuck on rows 16-17. Until now, every row has increased by 8 stitches. But I can’t get 16 and 17 to increase by 8.
    Which stitches should I be counting on row 16? Do I count the two chains at the top of the triangle? My count for row 16 is 124 including all chains.
    In row 17 there are only 4 extra stitches. 1 at the bottom of each side and 2 at the top.
    I know why you don’t want to include all the stitch counts but I’m just so stuck. I’ve stitched this and ripped it back out multiple times and I don’t want to try again because my yarn will get damaged.
    Thank you

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    1. Hi Laura,
      You increase with 4 stitches/side (= 8/row) always. You make row 16 almost in the same way as row 15, just alter every other dc for a popcorn. The 2 stitches increased in the beginning is ch 1 + 1 dc. When you start with ch 4 it equals 1 dc + ch 1. Then you make a dc in the same stitch and you have increased with 2 stitches. Never count the ch 2 in the tip as stitches. I dont have a shawl with me so I cant count the specific stitches for you. I hope this helps 🙂

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  19. Such a beautiful pattern! And beautiful work. Thank you for sharing. I am making a prayer shawl for a beloved friend using your pattern.

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  20. Question… I just started crocheting in January and I am making my first shawl out of scheepjes whirl yarn. I was doing great until I realized I got off on my row count and frogged the section I messed up on. I have started again and now it will not lay flat. Maybe my popcorn stitch is too tight. What do I need to do? Thanks in advance!

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  21. I succeeded until row 19 then I started with row 5 at the front side of my work but what happened is that I see the path on the other backside of my sjaal instead of the front side can you explain what I do wrong

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  22. Hi Johanna,
    I just want to complement you with this really beautiful shawl. I’m working on something else now, but this one is definitely my next project.
    Oh and by the way, I see you are from Sweden, I love that country. Been there a few years ago with our mobile home 🙂
    Tack så mycket for the pattern

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  23. I am on row 16 and so far np, looks great, no curling so think I am on a roll. This is my first scarf of this size had a hard time choosing but it’s so beautiful and your generosity is so appreciated. I have never shared either but will def let you see how it comes out of course giving all credit you deserve and want ppl yo see your incredible talent. Thanks

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    1. It depends on what yarn you will use and what wheight it is. This pattern can be made with any yarn since its repeatable. When I used scheepjes whirl one cake (200g) was enough 🙂

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