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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.

Mönster / Pattern: 

Vill du stötta mitt arbete som virkdesigner, bjud mig på en kopp kaffe 🙂
If you like to support my work as a crochet designer, buy me a cup of coffee 🙂 


Svenska: Secret Paths
English (US terms): Secret Paths
Dutch: Secret Paths
German: Secret Paths
French: Secret Paths
Suomeksi / Finnish:  Secret Paths
Dansk: Secret Paths
Russian: Secret Paths
Spanish: Secret Paths
Spanish Stitch tutorials: Tutoriales de puntos
Slovak: Secret Paths


Jag lägger ner mycket tid och kärlek både på att arbeta fram och skriva mina mönster, så om du använder mina mönster och lägger ut på sociala medier önskar jag att du länkar eller hänvisar till min blogg och använder #mijocrochet  ❤

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 and use #mijocrochet  ❤

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

Secret Paths av andra / by others:


Av / By: @crochetwithme
Av / By @pippasliv

283 thoughts on “Secret Paths

  1. Love the pattern and can’t wait to make it. I am in the USA. Could you tell me how many skeins of yarn you used to make the shawl? Also, I am not familiar with the yarn you used – is it a light weight yarn? Thank you for your help.

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    1. Hi and thank you! In the blog post all information about yarn amounts is provided. I used yarn that is suitable for hook 3.5 – 4.0 mm. You can use any wheight yarn since the pattern is repeatable 🙂

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  2. My mother is making the secret paths sjawl, and its turning out amazing! She had 1 question though: the edge of the sjawl is coming out a Little bit different. The gaps in the photo of your plum/purple sjawl look larger then the edge of the pattern she is following. Did you use a different pattern for that one? Because we love how that one looks!

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  3. Muy bellas tus creaciones, los puntos, la combinación de colores 😍 y para mi sorpresa esta el patron en español!!! 😀 muchas gracias x compartirlo y en nota variedad de idioma, eres muy generosa! Estoy ansiosa por tejerlo😄
    Un saludo desde Chile!!😘


  4. Hi Johanna, just a note that I came right and are very excited. Will comnent after completion. I stuggled in the beginning but then downloaded the Dutch pattern and it had a diagram which I understood clearly.


  5. I am currently working your pattern in English. I can’t seem to find the instructions for the popkorn stitch. I can’t follow the link in the pattern because it is a .pdf. Would you, please, help me?


  6. Thank you so much for your lovely patterns I have made Lost in Time for my daughter and two special friends also Secret Paths and Tranquility I have also just started your beautiful shrug also for my daughter can’t wait to see it finished I have made others as well but keep going back to your patterns I just love them so once again thank you very much
    King regards Suzanne


  7. OK. Must be losing my mind completely. When I looked at it the second time, Row 3 was there! Please disregard previous post. Thank you for the totally lovely pattern. You have a great talent.


  8. Hi Mojo,

    I really love your patterns :-), and recommend to any fellow crochet addict I might meet on my way.
    For this shawl, the secret paths, is there a diagram , like the one you have made for the lost in time.
    I am not very strong on reading an instruction, and find it so much more effort less to crochet from a diagram/picture, than from a text, with pattern written out in words.

    I wish you a great day.


    1. Hi Tanja,
      Im so glad you like my designs and even recommend them to your friends ❤
      Im sory to say that I dont have any charts. I dont make them anymore since they got abused and shared/posted on pinterest, FB-groups and other websites without my knowledge.
      Take care,


  9. i really am struggling to undrtstand the beginning. as you begin with the circle and just move in the round to 2 ch space and repeat to 3 ch HOW do I turn the work? I pulled out 3 times already as the fp dc and bp dc is at front and back not on one side? Sorry I am so confused but I reaaaaally want to master this?


  10. I cannot seem to get this pattern to work. One side is perfectly straight, on the other I seem to be adding more stitches so it is not level. Can you help??


      1. Just finished row21 and I have 77 one side 78 the other. Also, are the 4 chains at start of row 7 counted as one double and one chain space? Cannot get this right at all! I’m going to have to give up!


  11. I have been trying to do this beautiful pattern for days now. I would like to know the following answers to these questions please
    could you explain what you mean on row 7 thin?
    row 8 thick?
    row 15 thin 3 bfpc?
    row 17 thin 4 aft pc
    I am assuming bfpc means before popcorn
    I am assuming aft pc is after popcorn

    but I do not understand thick and thin. I hope you reply as I love ALL your patterns very much
    sincerely wendy klein


    1. Hi,
      I really dont know where you got these “thick”, “thin” and “aft” words from, its nothing I use in my patterns. I also use pop instead of pc.
      Are you refering to any of the translations and not the english/US pattern? Or maybe someone posted another (not mine) version of this pattern somewhere?
      Please let me know so that we can clear things out 🙂
      Kind regards,


  12. I truly wish this amazing pattern had a tutorial video for those of us who struggle with written patterns or have recently picked up the craft ! Please consider it !


  13. Hello,
    I fell in love with your work
    You are the goddess of the hook.
    I knit this bactus now and enjoy the process, thank you!


      1. She just said “it’s so beautiful. It’s a shame that it’s explained in may different languages but Italian.congratulations and keep up the good job”
        Would you consider some help in translating your pattern into Italian?


  14. Hello,

    Sorry I am stuck on the instructions on row 3: where it says: 3 dc in 3:rd ch in the beginning of previous row
    what does the rd stand for or what am i supposed to be doing on this part. Thank you so much for your help!


  15. Hi, really loved your shawl and trying it in my way but i was wondering if you could help and tell me whats the perfect length for this shawl to suit a large size lady.
    Thanks you..


    1. Hi and thank you! I think that depends on how she would like to wear it. Around her neck like a scarf or over her shoulders. If over her shoulders it needs to be bigger. I think the safest way to be sure is to ask someone to try it on if that is possible.


  16. I’d love to make this as a gift for my sister. I’m wondering about the amount of yarn. In the pattern it calls for 200 g of yarn. The yarn I’d like to use is 141 g per skein and they are 215 meters. Would two skeins be enough for this pattern? I don’t quite understand the conversion of grams to meters. Thanks in advance!


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