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The Nearly Solid Crochet Shawl Pattern [Free Crochet Pattern]

After not being able to find a simple shawl pattern to follow, I decided to tinker around and come up with something of my own! This is one of my classic patterns, written and released at the very beginning of my crochet business journey in 2018.


Now, fellow crocheters can make something cozy for themselves, or, get a head start on holiday makes. The finished featured product measures 43 rows, with a "wing span" of 45 inches (150 cm)!


This pattern has been re-evaluated and updated as of Jan 2023. You can find the premium version of this pattern in the Handmade Shop if you'd like to purchase it


and support future crochet content. In the paid version, all 42 rows of math are written out for you in a streamlined PDF file AND there is a full length exclusive tutorial to help with the making of this project. I hope you'll consider it but regardless, Happy Making!





Disclaimer: Many links provided in my patterns are affiliate links. This means that I

receive a commission off any purchases made through them at no additional cost to you!


Materials:





Scissors


Stitch markers *optional*



(Please note that the yarn weight will make the amount of required rows vary. This pattern was written using a standard 4 weight yarn [Red Heart Super Saver].)


Abbreviations:


ch = chain stitch

ch sp = chain space

dc = double crochet

hdc = half double crochet

slst = slip stitch

st(s) = stitch(es)


Pattern:

ch 6, then slpst into the first ch to form a ring


Row 1: ch 3 (counts as a dc), then place 12 dc into ring for 13 sts in total


Row 2: ch 3, dc in the same st, place 1 dc in each of the next 5 sts.In the sixth st, dc ch 3


dc, then place a dc in the next 5 st and in the last st, place 2 dc


Row 3: Ch 3 and dc in the same st, place 1 dc in the next 6 sts, skip the next dc, then in the opening, 3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc, skip the first dc then, place a single dc in the next 6 st. put two dc in the last stitch.


Row 4: Ch 3 and dc in the same st, place 1 dc in the next 9 sts, skip the next dc, then in the opening, 3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc, skip the first dc then, place a single dc in the next 9 st. put two dc in the last stitch.




Row 5: Ch 3 and dc in the same st, place 1 dc in the next 12 sts, skip the next dc, then in the opening, 3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc, skip the first dc then, place a single dc in the next 12 st. put two dc in the last stitch.


Row 6: Ch 3 and dc in the same st, place 1 dc in the next 15 sts, skip the next dc, then in the opening, 3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc, skip the first dc then, place a single dc in the next 15 st. put two dc in the last stitch.


Row 7: Ch 3 and dc in the same st, place 1 dc in the next 18 sts, skip the next dc, then in the opening, 3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc, skip the first dc then, place a single dc in the next 15 st. put two dc in the last stitch.




You will notice that we are increasing each side of our shawl by three sts with each row. Continue this pattern until you've reached a satisfactory size. For this pattern, I worked up 42 rows in the original sample before finishing off.



Finishing Row: Ch 1, sc into the base of that ch 1. Sc into every st up to the ch sp at the peak. Make 5 sc into that ch sp, then place 1 sc into each st to the end of the row.


Fasten off & weave all ends.



Thanks for making! Don't forget to tag me on IG @infiniticraftingco #infiniticraftingco


You can also get the math for all 42 rows plus a video tutorial when you purchase the paid pattern below 💖





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