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Wow, take a look at this Crochet Light Shawl Pattern! it is so easy and works up so fast that you will have it done by noon!
And, It uses only one skein of the most lightweight yarn in these amazing colors.
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The Light Shall is a great pattern because:
Requires just a single skein of yarn
Features an incredible spider-stitch pattern
Incredibly soft and lightweight, making it ideal for the Spring season
Delightful color variations for a vibrant touch
Easily adjustable to different sizes with clear instructions
Crafted with high-quality yarn for a luxurious feel
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The Light Shawl Pattern is a weekend project
How to use the Crochet light, Shawl?
Oh, and guess what? This versatile piece isn’t just limited to being a stylish accessory for yourself! You can totally use it in multiple ways. It makes for a perfect cover-up when you need a little extra warmth, or even as a mini blanket to snuggle up with on chilly evenings. Want to add a touch of elegance to your outfit? Simply drape it around your shoulders like a wrap, and you’re good to go!
And here’s a wonderful idea: why not gift it as a thoughtful prayer shawl to someone special? It’s a beautiful gesture that will surely bring comfort and warmth to their heart. So whether it’s for yourself or someone dear, this piece is more than just a pattern – it’s a heartfelt creation that can be cherished and enjoyed in so many meaningful ways!
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What yarn to use for this crochet light shawl pattern?
For this sample, I used the Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball Fab! It has sparkles and the color combination is one of my favorites!
Unfortunately, this yarn is discontinued, but any lightweight yarn will do the magic!
Let’s get to the pattern, shall we?
60” long X 12” wide
Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball Fab! Color #300. 150gr, 459yd /420m
Cotton (40%), Polyester (30%), Acrylic (20%), Superwash Wool (10%)
Substitutions can be Fluffy Day by Hobii, Grace by Stylecraft, or any #4 weight soft yarn you love.
HOOK & OTHER MATERIALS
- US Size H 8 (5 mm) crochet hook
- Yarn Needle
- Measuring Tape
4” X 4” = 9 rows X 12 st (Spider pattern)
Ch = Chain,
Dc = Double Crochet
Sc = Single Crochet
Tr = Treble Crochet
- The pattern is worked in Rows
- Beginning ch1 does not count as 1st st
- You can decide the length and width of this Shawl by adding chains and repeats of the pattern
- This pattern is worked on multiples of 19+1
- Each row starts and finishes with 3 double crochets
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Now to the Instructions:
Starting chain: 171 +1
Row 1: hdc1 in 2nd ch from hook, hdc1 in next ch and in every ch across to end of row. ch1 and turn
Row 2: hdc1 in 1st st from hook, hdc1 in next st, hdc1 in every st across to end of row, ch1 and turn
Here we begin the pattern repeat
Start with Row 3: dc1 in 1st st from hook, dc1 in next st, dc1 in next st,*[ ch4, skip 1st, tr1 in next st, skip 1, tr1 in next st, skip 1 st, tr 1 in next st, skip 1st, tr in next st, ch 4, skip 1st , dc1 in next 3 stitches]* repeat from * to * for a total of 14 times. Make sure you end the row with 3 double crochets as the beginning, ch1 and turn
Row 4: dc1 in 1st st from hook, dc1 in next st, dc1 in next st,*[ ch4, skip 1st, sc1 in next st, skip 1,sc1 in next st, skip 1 st,sc 1 in next st, skip 1st, sc in next st, ch 4, skip 1st, dc1 in next 3 stitches]* repeat from * to * for a total of 14 times. Ch 1 and turn
Row 5: repeat Row 4
Next is Row 6: dc1 in 1st st from hook, dc1 in next st, dc1 in next st,*[ ch1, tr1 on top of 1st sc from prev row, , ch1, tr1 on top of next sc from prev row, ch1 ,tr 1 on top of next sc from prev row, ch1, tr on top of last sc from prev row, ch 1, dc1 in next 3 stitches]* repeat from * to * for a total of 14 times. ch1 and turn
Row 7: dc1 in 1st st from hook, dc1 in next and in every st to end of row. Make sure you have 171 stitches, ch1 and turn
Row 8+9 repeat row7
This is the end of the pattern repeat.
I used only one skein of yarn, so I made 3 repeats of the pattern.
At the last repeat instead of 3 rows of double crochet stitches, I worked two rows of half doubles like at the beginning.
If you decide to make this shawl wider and keep working pattern repeats, make sure to end with two rows of half dobles.
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