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Crochet shawl

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Yarn - Lion Brand Yarns Baby Soft (color: Bluebell) / light 3 / 5 oz (140 g) / 459 yd (420 m) / about 2.5 balls needed
Hook - E/4 – 3.50 mm or other size hook needed for the gauge
Gauge - One shell/repeat go into about 3 inches (7.6 cm)
Shawl Measurements - Width 62 inches (157.5 cm) and Length 32 inches (81 cm)
Complexity - Beginner friendly stitch

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Shawl crochet pattern – great project to learn how to crochet

Row-by-row crochet instructions


Make a foundation chain of 10 chs and join it into a ring with the slip stich.
1st row (right side) – ch4, trc15 into a ring + RC4
2nd row (wrong side) – h6ch, dc1, [ch1, dc1] to end + RC3
3rd row – h5ch, dc to end + RC8
4th row – h12ch, sc1, (ch3, sk2, sc1) x 3, (ch5, sk2, sc1) x 2, (ch3, sk2, sc1) x 3, ch5, sk2, dc1 + RC4
5th row – trc7 under arch of 5 chs, sc1 under arch of 3 chs, (ch3, sc1 under arch of 3 chs) x 2, (trc8 under arch of 5 chs) x 2, sc1 under arch of 3 chs, (ch3, sc1 under arch of 3 chs) x 2, trc7 under arch of 8 chs, trc1 into last ch* + RC4
*3rd ch from the end of the arch of 8chs
6th row – h6ch, dc1, (ch1, dc1) x 6, sc1 under arch of 3 chs, ch3, sc1 under arch of 3 chs, dc1 above 1st trc of prev.row, (ch1, dc1) x 15, sc1 under arch of 3 chs, ch3, sc1 under arch of 3 chs, dc1 above 1st trc of prev.row, (ch1, dc1) x 7 + RC3
7th row – h5ch, dc14, sc1 under arch of 3 chs, dc1 above 1st dc of prev.row, dc30, sc1 under arch of 3chs, dc1 above 1st dc of prev.row, dc14 + RC8
8th row - h12ch, sc1, (ch3, sk2, sc1) x 3, ch5, sk6, sc1, (ch3, sk2, sc1) x 3, (ch5, sk2, sc1) x 2, (ch3, sk2, sc1) x 3, ch5, sk6, sc1, (ch3, sk2, sc1) x 3, ch5, sk2, dc1 + RC4
9th row – trc7 under arch of 5 chs, [sc1 under arch of 3 chs, (ch3, sc1 under arch of 3 chs) x 2, trc8 under arch of 5 chs] x 2, [trc8 under arch of 5chs, sc1 under arch of 3 chs, (ch3, sc1 under arch of 3 chs) x 2] x 2, trc7 under arch of 8 chs, trc1 into last ch* + RC4
10th row – h6ch, dc1, (ch1, dc1) x 6, [sc1 under arch of 3 chs, ch3, sc1 under arch of 3 chs, dc1 above 1st trc of prev.row, (ch1, dc1) x 7] x 2, (ch1, dc1) x 8, [sc1 under arch of 3 chs, ch3, sc1 under arch of 3 chs, dc1 above 1st trc of prev.row, (ch1, dc1) x 7] x 2 + RC3
11th row – h5ch, [dc14, sc1 under arch of 3 chs, dc1 above 1st dc of prev.row] x 2, dc30, [sc1 under arch of 3chs, dc1 above 1st dc of prev.row, dc14] x 2 + RC8
Repeat the pattern starting from the 8th row working more repeats until you crochet the desired length of the shall.
12th row – h12ch, sc1, (ch3, sk2, sc1) x 3, [ch5, sk6, sc1, (ch3, sk2, sc1) x 3] x 2, (ch5, sk2, sc1) x 2, (ch3, sk2, sc1) x 3, [ch5, sk6, sc1, (ch3, sk2, sc1) x 3] x 2, ch5, sk2, dc1 + RC4

Edge

Single crochet the front edge of the shall (straight side) and attach tassels to arches.
To make one tassel, *take 2 pieces of yarn about 10 inches long. Insert a hook into a chain from the wrong side of the garment, grab the yarns, and pull it trough. Then draw the end of the yarns through the just created loop, and pull it tight. You should have a tassel of 4 strands. Skip 7 chs from the first tassel and repeat from *. After that **take two strands of each of 2 neighboring tassels and tie it into a knot. Repeat from **.

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Abbreviations
[ ] – repeat
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
h#ch – insert a hook into the # chain from the hook
RC – returning chain
sc – single crochet
sk – skip a chain
sl.st. – slip stitch
trc – triple crochet

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Shawl crochet pattern

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Comments

Hi Sana,

Hi Sana,
I Just wanted to thank you so much for teaching us how to design this beautiful pattern. My daughter will be so happy when I give her this gift!

Thank You So Much

Hi Sana,

Hi Sana,
If I made 2 of these shawls and sewed them together would it become a blanket?

I did not try that, but I

I did not try that, but I believe you may make it as a blanket. The shawl has a shape of an isosceles right triangle. When I measured my 2 shorter sides, they are about 44 inches. So, 44 x √2 (or 1.414) = 62.23 inches. Happy crochet!

Hello Sana,

Hello Sana,

I have crocheted a super easy blanket
and I would like you to make a video on your channel of my pattern so you can share my pattern with other crocheters. Please tell me if you will make this tutorial.

Yarn: light 3
Hook: 4 mm
Complexity: Beginner

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Hi Kira,

Hi Kira,
I love your blanket pattern. It is very beautiful and easy indeed. Thank you for the suggestion. I'll do it as my next crochet project. Happy crochet!

Thank you So Much! May god

Thank you So Much! May god bless you and your entire family with eternal happiness. May you have the brightest future filled with joy and laughter. We are so lucky to have such a kind teacher of crochet.

Ты потрясающий вязальщица. Я не могу дождаться, чтобы посмотреть, какие проекты вы будете делать в будущем

Much love from Russia

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