Homeward Bound is a Tunisian Crochet shawl worked on a regular-length hook, and crocheted from side to side.
The pattern itself can be purchased here,
And a helpful collection of How To Videos are featured below:
Part 1: Wherein I explain the beginnign of, and the basic Short Rows used in the charted sections of the pattern. (This section of the pattern is also written in long hand on Page 3 of the pattern)
Part 2: Wherein I work you through the eyelet featured in Chart A2 of the pattern, as seeon on Page 13 of the pdf.
Part 3: Wherein I explain how to read Charts C and E, and parts of Charts E and F. The eyelets I create in this video are used for the majority of the lace patterns in Homeward Bound.
Part 4: Wherein I show you how to reverse the eyelets made in Part 3. This reverse version is easy to do, and features in both Charts D and F.
Part 5: Wherein I explore the technique used to mirror the short rows in Chart B.
Part 6: By request! How to finish off the panels in Homeward Bound, as described in the pattern.
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