A Prison for Flowers Crochet Shawl

Where do flowers go when they misbehave? You will find them locked away in a prison made of diamonds.

Locked away inside a Prison of Diamonds the Flowers look to each other but cannot touch. They see beyond the filet fencing (filet holes) to the garden outside. Nestled in the centre of this garden (border), locked in their own triangle prisons are individual Tulips. Together but forever apart!

A Prison for Flowers Shawl. Woltraum My Melody.

A Prison for Flowers is a delicate shawl with a lovely lace edging. This shawl works up beautifully in many different yarns.

This was a lock down project for me and I used 2 different cakes of Woltraum My Melody with a total yarn usage of 1100 metres.

The pattern is also available formatted for use with Bendigo Woollen Mill 4ply Cotton. This wil be available soon at Bendigo woollen mill.

The pattern is available on Ravelry (click here)Etsy (click here), Bendigo Woollen Mills (click here) and Lovecrafts (click here).

Materials:

3.5mm hook

1x Woltraum My Melody 4ply.  Approx amount used 1000m/1093yd to 1100m/1202yd.

Tapestry Needle.

Scissors.

Woltraum My Melody

Yarn Substitutes:

Scheepjes Whirl (click here)

Scheepjes Whirl Fine Art (click here)

Lana Grossa Twisted Summer Shades (click here) 

Rico Creative Cotton Degrade Print (click)

I had some very capable pattern testers for this project and their work is just beautiful. These testers are what makes my patterns what they are. They find all my silly errors and show just how different a project can be in their chosen yarns and colour choices. They chose varied yarns to work in and have produced some stunning shawls.

I was also extremely fortunate to have Kerri Nosworthy in my test team working in Bendigo Woollen Mill yarn. This has meant I can also offer the pattern for sale through Bendigo Mill. So a massive huge thank you to Kerri.

Test Shawl. By Kerri Nosworthy. Gorgeous in Bendigo Woollen Mill 4 Ply cotton. Parchement and Teal.
Test Shawl by MJ Rose. Made using Yarn Bee Wrapsody in Crimson Poppies.
Test Shawl by Amy Elizabeth Peterson. Made using Rea Favourites Little Club Yarn.
Test Shawl by Sallyanne Fisher. Made using Yarn Bee Rainbow Wrapsody in The Slate Divide. Background is embroidery done by my Grandmother. She gifted this to me when I was very young and I have treasured it ever since. It hangs in a frame on my wall.
Test Shawl by Nikki Barker. Made using Red Heart It’s a Wrap Rainbow yarn. I have never been a fan of the colour green but this work of Nikki’s is bending my thoughts towards green, as this is gorgeous.
More photos of Nikki’s shawl.
Test Shawl by Ruth Tipping. Made using Scheepjes Whirl in Turkish Delight.

Now to the boring stuff!

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Many hours of work has gone into the designing and producing of this pattern.

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