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Although first published in 2006, this pattern is still one of my most requested. The Blessed Mother Prayer Shawl, Our Lady of Guadalupe, was my first magazine-published filet crochet pattern, picked up by then editor Brenda Stratton of Annie’s Favorite Crochet (no longer published). Because this pattern is requested so often, I was thrilled when it was finally made available online.
You can download the PDF here, but be sure to download the chart as well! The direct link to the chart is here. You’ll need both the chart and the written instructions. If you feel like you would like to make this item, please be certain to download it as soon as possible. I hate to be worrisome, but patterns are rotated about every two or three years at Annie’s. This one is long overdue to be rotated.
Here are some projects made from this pattern. The images are copyright-protected by the individual owners and I have received permission to post them.
Karin (Wollekuenstlerin on Ravelry) made this one out of Aunt Lydia’s Size 10 Bamboo.
Karin also made this one, changing the fringe to a lovely border, using recycled yarn of unknown fiber content, possibly a merino/cashmere/silk blend. Pretty awesome to have something so pretty from recycled yarn!
Emma (EmJuarez of Ravelry) made this one in a beautiful aqua/turquoise for her cousin.
And, here is one by Mary (VegasAngelBrat on Ravelry).
All of the projects are just beautiful and there are several more examples on Ravelry. You can visit them here.