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Virus Meets Granny Shawl

© Miss Jinty

Hello everyone! Here is the written pattern for this beautiful


shawl I made, a combination of the virus Shawl and granny
stitch.

Now it is unknown who the designer of the virus shawl actually


is, if anyone knows please let me know so I can give credit for
the virus pattern used in this project. There are a few graphs
going around on the internet that take inspiration but again the
origin is not known
The graph you see above you is what inspired my design!

There are a few online tutorials of the virus shawl so if you


need visual aid, please do look them up!

Materials needed:
500g of medium worsted yarn (DK) This will make a shawl with fringe
to the same length as mine, you can go bigger or smaller if you wish
to

3.5mm hook

Yarn needle

Abbreviations:

Ch= chain

Ss = slip stitch

Sc = single crochet

Dc = double crochet

Let’s get started!

(ch3 counts as a stitch!)

R1: C10 and ss to the last ch from the hook to form a loop, now ch3
and dc 19 into the loop, turn your work

R2: Ch3, dc in to the next 18 stitches and dc into the top of ch3
from previous row, turn your work

R3: Ch4 (this is your first dc + ch1) *dc in to the next dc, ch1* to
last dc, dc in to the top of ch3 from previous row, turn your work

R4: Ch10, skip the first ch1 space and sc into the next ch1 space,
*ch4, skip the next ch1 space and sc in to the next ch1 space* do for
a total of 3 times, giving you 3 ch4 loops. Ch7,skip the next ch1
space and sc in to the next ch1 space, ch7, skip the next ch1 space
and sc in to the next ch1 space, *ch4, skip the next ch1 space and sc
in to the next ch1 space* do for a total of 3 times, giving you 3 ch4
loops, ch7 and dc in to ch3 on ch4 from previous row, turn your work

R5: Ch3 and do 9 dc into ch7 loop, sc in to c4 loop, ch4 and sc in to


next ch4 loop, ch4 and sc in to next ch4 loop, 10 dc in to ch7 loop, 10
dc in to next ch7 loop, sc in to next ch4 loop, ch4 and sc in to next
ch4 loop, ch4 and sc in to next ch4 loop, 10 dc in to ch10 loop, turn
your work

R6: ch3, dc in to next 9 stitches, sc in to next ch4 loop, ch4 and sc


in to next ch4 loop, dc in next 20 stitches (be sure to start on the
first dc from previous row and not the sc!) sc in to next ch4 loop,
ch4 and sc in to the next ch4 loop, dc in to last 10 stitches
(remember your last dc goes in to 3 rd ch )

R7: Ch4, dc in next stitch, ch1, do this along the 10 stitches but do
not ch1 on the last stitch, skip the ch4 loop and dc into the next
stitch, ch1 and dc in to next stitch repeat a long this middle section
(which is 20 stitches but again do not ch1 on the last stitch) skip the
next ch4 loop, dc in to the next stitch, ch1 and repeat along to the
last stitch (remember do not ch1 on your last stitch) Turn your work

R8: Ch10 skip the ch1 space and sc in to the next ch1 space, *ch4,
skip the next ch1 space and sc in to the next ch1 space* do for a
total of 3 times, giving you 3 ch4 loops. Ch7 skip the next 3 spaces
and sc in to 4th space *ch4, skip the next ch1 space and sc in to the
next ch1 space* do for a total of 3 times, giving you 3 ch4 loops.
Ch7,skip the next ch1 space and sc in to the next ch1 space, ch7,
skip the next ch1 space and sc in to the next ch1 space, *ch4, skip
the next ch1 space and sc in to the next ch1 space* do for a total of
3 times, giving you 3 ch4 loops. Ch7 skip the next 3 spaces and sc in
to 4th space *ch4, skip the next ch1 space and sc in to the next ch1
space* do for a total of 3 times, giving you 3 ch4 loops. ch7 and dc in
to ch3 on ch4 from previous row, turn your work

Now you will continue to work instructions from R5-7 just remember
you have been increasing so there will be more loops and stitches to
make, but remember the pattern, big loop, 3 small loops big loop,
3small loops.....then in the middle it’s 2 big loops then back to 3 small
loops etc

Once done we are now moving on to the granny stitch section

Granny Stitch Section

R1: Ch3 and 2 dc in to first ch1 space, skip next ch1 space, 3dc in to
next ch1 space and you are going to continue doing that a long until
you have 15 3dc clusters, do 3dc, ch2, 3dc in to next ch1 space (this
is your middle point) 3dc in to next ch1 space, skip next ch1 space,
continue this along to the end ending with 3dc in the final space

R2: Ch3, 2dc in the same stitch (this counts as your first 3dc
cluster) now do your 3dc cluster in between clusters from the
previous row until you get to the middle point where you will do 3dc,
ch2, 3dc in to the ch2 space, then back to doing the 3dc clusters in
between clusters from the previous row, after you work 3dc into
final space you then want to do 3dc in to top of ch3, this is an
increase!

Repeat R2 until you have 6 rows of the granny stitch

Now we are switching back to the Virus pattern

Ch10 and sc in between the 1st cluster, *ch4, sc in to space of next


cluster, do this for a total of 3 times giving you 3 ch4 loops, ch7 and
skip 2 clusters, sc in to next cluster space* repeat a long to middle
point this is where we place the 2 ch7 loops, *ch4, sc in to space of
next cluster, do this for a total of 3 times giving you 3 ch4 loops,
ch7 and skip 2 clusters, sc in to next cluster space* repeat to end,
turn your work

Now repeat R5-8 until you have 3 full virus sections completed, you
will then go on to repeat the granny stitch section for a total of 6
rows and then again switch back to the virus pattern see the
underlined instructions above to get you started again and then
repeat R5-8 until you have 3 full virus sections, which will end on R7

To finish off, sc evenly along the top of the shawl, fasten off and
weave in ends.

To fringe or not to fringe is entirely up to you, but I’ve fringed in


every ch1 space using 3 strands of yarn

As usual I don’t mind you selling your finished projects but please
don’t copy this pattern and pass off as your own, give the designer
credit when it’s due. It takes a lot of effort to design, test and
write these patterns out.
Please do share your finished makes by tagging the pattern on
Ravelry posts, I’d love to see them!!
© Miss Jinty

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