Crochet and knitted pistachio shawl model has been added to our site as a narrative. Those who are curious about how to make a pistachio shawl can take a look at our article.
For ladies who understand crochet, we share the way they make peanut wraps. You can make knitted shawls with this model made with crochet. The example of pistachio shawls, which are among the models most sought by those who want to make shawls, is a really great example.
For those who want to do this, we have shared the narrative of many examples in the category before. From there, you can check out the other models. In simple narratives, you won’t have too much trouble making shawls.
First of all, we’re pulling as many chains as we want. We sink the head of the shack on the chain without encircling it, and we extend the rope by making frequent injections. That’s how we make three, we make one peanut in the together, jump three chains, sink it, and fix our peanuts to the ground. After we make peanuts, we pull six long stitches. We do this this way until the end of the queue by making 1 peanuts in between (PICTURE 1). At the end of the queue, we end with three long stitches.
Then we go up the hill with 5 or 6 chains and combine 3 long nooses with frequent needles. On the other hand, 1 peanut will remain in the middle of the 3 long stitches joining 6 chains by combining 3 long noose 3-by-3 long noose joining the queue continue until the end.
These two rows will be finished by continuing until the paint we want.