When you slip this shawl over your shoulders, you’re saying “I’m ready for anything.” Really, though, because this pattern gets you a shawl that you’re going to want to wear everywhere.
We can see this making a great addition to any outfit at a picnic, a brunch, or just an outing where you want to wear something flirty and fun. Pick a yarn color that’s going to compliment your outfit, and you’ll be the most fashion-forward of your friends.
This pattern should only take about two to three hours to make, and you can modify how long or wide you want it to be. Choose a medium to light yarn so you can feel easy and breezy when donning your shawl.
You know the kind of dress that makes you want to spin around in circles in a big field of flowers? This is the shawl equivalent of that dress.
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Flirty Shawl Crochet Pattern
1 ball of I Love This Yarn or Red Heart With Love – 4 medium – 6 ounces
Q-hook 19/ 15.75mm
fsc – foundation single crochet
sc – single crochet
dc- double crochet
yo- yarn over
Fsc – chain 3, insert hook into 2nd chain from hook, *yo, pull up loop, yo, pull loop through 1st loop (2 loops on hook), yo, pull loop through both loops on hook*. 1 fsc complete. To continue insert hook into “chain” from previous fsc (bottom loop), repeat from * to * until all fscs are completed.
Gauge – not crucial for this pattern
Pattern is worked back and forth without seams. Work in multiples of 2+4. The turning chain counts as a stitch. All double crochets are worked in the front loop only with the exception of the last double crochet of the row being worked in both loops of the 3rd ch of the turning ch.
Row 1: Fsc 34, chain 4, turn
Row 2-29: Skip 1, dc, *chain 1, skip 1, dc, repeat from * 15 times, chain 4, turn – 18sts
Row 30: Skip 1, dc, *chain 1, skip 1, dc, repeat from * 15 times, chain 1, turn – 18sts
Row 31: Sc across using both loops in each st across, fasten off, sew in the ends
Let us know the details! Where did you wear your shawl? How many compliments did you get on it? Send us along a picture with your stories. We want to hear them and we want to see them! Once you’ve got your shawl all crocheted up, it’s time to move on to your next project. Craft a hooded poncho for when it gets a little chillier outside.