Collaboration · Crochet Patterns


Hi friends!

It’s been a hot minute since I last posted here! I miss this! I miss sharing my projects with you, but LIFE! Oh well!

Anyway, I have a new pattern that I want to talk to you about. This new pattern is a collaboration with my good friend, Teresa from Fuzzy What Knots! If you’ve been following me here or on Instagram, then you know this isn’t my first collaboration with her. I am so happy to tell you that this is our third time working together and I’m pretty sure there will be more to come (crossing fingers!) Our first project together was Waves to the Point Shawl and the second was Flowers in the Valley Shawl.

Waves to the Point Shawl

Flowers in the Valley Shawl

This third collaboration with Teresa is a bit different in a way because it took me months to complete my sample. Life has been a little harder this time, especially with our growing baby who just turned one-year-old last month. Well, I’m still grateful that I was able to finish this project!

So, to cut a long story short, let me introduce to you my newest shawl pattern, the Teresa Shawl! As the name implies, I named it after my friend! Yes, I must admit, it is hard to think of pattern names! Since I’ve been working with Teresa for quite a while now, why not name it after her, right? This is to honor her for our friendship and partnership which is dear to me! I hope that I made her happy with this gesture!

The Teresa Shawl is made from a fingering weight yarn that Teresa hand-dyed herself. There are five sets that Teresa curated as kits for this shawl pattern. Grab your kits from Fuzzy What Knots shop. Kits are 20% off, valid until August 21st, no code is needed. See these five gorgeous sets below. I used kit 1 for my shawl.

These sets are just beautiful, so soft to the touch, and easy to work with!

The stitch pattern for this shawl creates a beautiful texture that is reversible but has different designs on each side. This pattern has two rows repeat which can be easily memorized once you get comfortable with it.

We have included two options for the border and edging pattern. One is the pompom stitch edging and the other option is the fringe. Both borders require a bit of time to work on but both give a great-looking finishing touch!


Great news! From today to Sunday, August 21st, 2022 (11:59 PM EST), you can purchase Teresa Shawl from my Ravelry shop for 25% off. using the code TERESA25. Grab your copies now! Click the button below!

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SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate


  • 4 Skeins of Fuzzy What Knots Yarn in Fuzzy Fingering (75% SW Merino Wool 25% Nylon 463 Yards/100g, 4Ply Yarn); approximately 1800 yards. I used Purple People Eater as C1 and Fairy Dust Explosion as C2
  • Crochet Hook Size 4 mm or size to obtain gauge
  • Scissors
  • Stitch Markers
  • Tape Measure
  • Tapestry Needle

GAUGE: 21 sts x 18 rows = 4 x 4 inches

`FINISHED MEASUREMENT: Approximately80 (width) x 36 (height) inches


  • C1 – Color 1
  • C2 – Color 2
  • Ch(s) – Chain(s)
  • DC – Double Crochet
  • BPDC – Back Post Double Crochet
  • FPDC – Front Post Double Crochet
  • MR – Magic Ring
  • R – Row/Round
  • Rep – Repeat
  • RS – Right Side
  • SC – Single Crochet
  • Sk – Skip
  • Sl st(s) – Slip Stitch(es)
  • Sp – Space
  • St(s) – Stitch(es)
  • WS – Wrong Side


3DC-CL – 3 Double Crochet Cluster – Yarn over, insert hook in a st/sp, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops on hook, (yarn over, insert hook in the same st/sp, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops on hook) 2 times, yarn over, pull through all 4 loops on hook.

Pompom Edging Stitch (Pom St) – Ch 3, 3DC-cl in the 3rd ch from the hook (1st cluster just made), ch 3, 3DC-cl in the 3rd ch from the hook (2nd cluster just made). To form the pompom, fold the clusters and sl st to where the 1st cluster begins. Helpful video (not mine).


  1. Read the pattern carefully before starting.
  2. The beginning ch 3 counts as 1 DC, while ch 1 does not count as a st.
  3. Stitch markers are optional but recommended. Use a stitch marker to mark the beginning of the row and move as work progresses.
  4. Asterisks * indicate pattern repeats. You need to repeat instructions between asterisks as many times as directed or repeat at specified locations.
  5. Parentheses ( ) are used to work instructions within parentheses as many times as directed or work a group of stitches all in the same stitch or space.

To download the PDF copy of TERESA SHAWL and my other patterns, please visit my Ravelry shop.

Now, time to check out the beautiful versions of my amazing testers!

1. Teresa of Fuzzy What Knots

2. Elke | handmadebyelke

3. Rebecca | lpwritesandstuff

4. Teresa | tgpurls

5. Alejandra | madebymontoya

6. Harini | a_crochet_machine

I would love to see your Teresa Shawl. Please don’t forget to tag @stringsandcuddles when sharing and use these hashtags, #stringsandcuddles, #stringsandcuddlesdesigns, and #TeresaShawl so I can see and share it!

Please don’t hesitate to reach out for questions regarding this pattern.

As always, stay safe and happy crocheting!

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