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Secret Paths – Tasty Nom Nom

English below ↓

Mitt inlägg Lost in Time – Key Lime Pi blev så himla uppskattat att jag nu gör en favorit i repris fast med Secret Paths i Tasty Nom Nom.
Många undrar hur många repetitioner av mönstret ett nystan Whirl räcker till och hur stor sjalen blir. Här kommer lite fakta om min Secret Paths virkad i Whirl.

Jag valde färgen 789, Tasty Nom Nom.

Efter varv 18 upprepade jag varv 5 – 18 ytterligare två gånger. Därefter upprepade jag varv 9 – 16 en gång (varv 16 är ett popkorn-varv) innan jag virkade kanten.

Virknål: 3.5 mm (jag virkar ganska löst)

Virkfastighet: Efter varv 16 (popkorn-varvet) har sjalen följande mått: överkant 44 cm, sidorna 27 cm och djup 16 cm (efter blockning).

Storlek: Måtten på den färdiga sjalen, efter blockning, är följande: överkant 164 cm, sidorna 120 cm, djup 70 cm (tofsarna ej medräknade).

Scheepjes Whirl finns att köpa hos Favoritgarner.

Mönstret till Secret Paths finns här.

Jag rekommenderar att blocka dina virkade sjalar för att framhäva maskdefinitionen, få en snyggare form och bättre fall. Känner du dig osäker på hur man gör finns det beskrivet på Stitchbloggers.com.


My post Lost in Time – Key Lime Pi was so popular that I thought I would make the same kind of post about my Secret Paths made with Tasty Nom Nom.
Many ask about how many repetitions of the pattern you can make with one Whirl cake and how big the shawl will turn out. So I decided to share some facts about my Secret Paths made with Whirl.

I used the colour 789, Tasty Nom Nom.
After row 18 I repeated row 5 – 18 two more times. Then I repeated row 9 – 16 one more time (row 16 is a popcorn row) before making the border.

Hook: 3.5 mm (I crochet quite loose)

Gauge: After row 16 (a popcorn row) my shawl had the following measurement: upper edge 44 cm, sides 27 cm and spine 16 cm (after blocking).

Size: The measurement of the finished shawl, after blocking, is: Upper edge 164 cm, sides 120 cm and spine 70 cm (tassels not included).

You can buy Scheepjes Whirl at Favoritgarner who has worlwide shipping, information about that here.

You can find the pattern for Secret Paths here.

I recommend to block your crocheted shawls to increase the stitch definition, get a better shape and a more beautiful drape. If you like to read about blocking there is information about it at Stitchbloggers.com, click on the “Translate bar” in the lower right corner and choose your language.

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26 thoughts on “Secret Paths – Tasty Nom Nom

  1. This shawl is GORGEOUS!!! Thank you!!!

    On Sun, Nov 26, 2017 at 12:09 PM, WordPress.com wrote:

    > mijocrochet posted: ” English below ↓ Mitt inlägg Lost in Time – Key Lime > Pi blev så himla uppskattat att jag nu gör en favorit i repris fast med > Secret Paths i Tasty Nom Nom. Många undrar hur många repetitioner av > mönstret ett nystan Whirl räcker till och hur stor sjalen b” >

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  2. Thank you for a lovely pattern.Wondering what to give my daughter-in law for her birthday—we were perusing pinterest and she exclaimed how much she liked the shawl- we looked at others but kept coming back to”secret paths”.As we have difficulties with getting the exact wool here I will have to experiment to get a nice effect.Sadly our terrible exchange rate makes it unaffordable to import.Glad to hear I am not the only one who crochets loosely.

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  3. Is the edging on the purple/wine colored one different than the pink one? I like the less lacy look on the purple one and am wondering if it has instructions for it? Also I can’t seem to access English to order that beautiful purple ombré color on the webpage for the whirl balls. Any advice? I am loving this pattern (on my second set of the repeated pattern). Thank you very much! Jessica

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  4. Johanna, I absolutely agree with other commentators: It is a wonderful pattern! First time, I bought Scheepjes Whirl (789) and it´s pure joy to work with it and to follow your clear-cut instructions. Thank you so much for your generosity to share your work!

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  5. Hi there! I love the border on this version of your shawl, but it is different than the one written in the PDF download pattern. Have you written how you did this border anywhere? Thank you!

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