It’s nearly shawl season here in Wisconsin. That time of year between the warm days of spring and the lingering days of winter, where we need more than a t-shirt but not a big bulky winter coat to ward off the chill of the evening. It’s the perfect time for a wrap or shawl to replace the heavy jackets we have been lugging around for months. Here is my Simple Spring Shawl to help! Simple, because it is a simple stitch throughout. This shawl can be made by anyone. Beginner to Advanced, everyone will be able to enjoy this project. Spring, because it’s the time of year where having a nice soft shawl to wrap yourself in is perfect when you need to keep yourself a little cozy when the breeze blows.
I love a versatile piece, and I love how lovely this one turned out! It can be worn not only around the shoulders, but you can wrap it around your neck as a nice scarf or even around your waist like a mini sarong. You can use my basic pattern as a starting point, but feel free to adjust or add to this pattern to make it the perfect size for YOU.
This shawl makes a great gift. Not only for yourself, but for a bride or bridesmaids, friends or family, people in a nursing home who always feel a little chilled. No matter who you make it for, it is sure to be treasured and used for a long time to come.
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Designed by Nadia Fuad
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Please do not copy, sell, and/or post this pattern and claim it as your own.
-Use a smaller hook to make these smaller
-Use a bigger hook to make these bigger
-Chain 1 before AND after your chain 3 corner. (See video tutorial for specific instructions)
YO: Yarn Over
BLO: Back Loop Only
FLO: Front Loop Only
Sl st: slip stitch
SC: Single Crochet
SC2TOG: Single Crochet Decrease
HDC: Half Double Crochet
DC: Double Crochet
If you have any confusion or difficulty with reading this pattern, please watch the video tutorial that is linked above in this blog post to have visual instructions.
Ch 3, Sl st to first Ch to form a ring.
Row 1: Ch 6 (counts as DC + Ch 3 sp), DC into the ring, Ch 1, DC into the ring, Ch 3, DC into the ring, Turn.
Row 2: Ch 4 (counts as DC + Ch 1), DC into first st, 4 DC in ch 3 sp, DC in next st, [DC, Ch 3, DC] into Ch 1 sp, DC in next st, 4 DC in Ch 3 sp, [DC, Ch 1, DC] in last st, Turn.
Row 3: Ch 4, DC in first st, Ch 1, DC in Ch 1, sp, Ch 1, DC in next st, *Ch 1, Sk next st, DC in next st, repeat from * until you get to the ch 3 sp, [DC, Ch 3, DC] into ch 3 sp, Ch 1, DC in next st, *Ch 1, Sk next st, DC in next st, repeat from ** until end, ending this row with Ch 1, DC in Ch 1, sp, Ch 1, [DC, Ch 1, DC] in last st, Turn.
Row 4: Ch 4, DC in first st, Ch 1, DC in Ch 1 sp, *Ch 1, DC in next Ch 1 sp, repeat from * until you get to the ch 3 sp, [DC, Ch 3, DC] in ch 3 sp, ** Ch 1, DC in next Ch 1 sp, repeat from ** until the last st, DC in last Ch 1 sp, Ch 1, [DC, ch 1, DC] in last st.
Rows 5-43: Repeat Row 4
You can do more rows if you want it to be larger.
Fasten off, Weave in all ends.
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The yarn provided for this pattern is courtesy of KnitCrate