Hi there! I’m so excited to share this easy Lacy crochet shawl pattern with you. This shawl is perfect for beginners or experienced crocheters alike. It uses a simple 2-row repeat that’s easy to memorize, and it works up quickly. The unique stitch pattern gives the shawl lots of personality, and it’s the perfect way to add a touch of elegance to your wardrobe.
I love the way this shawl drapes, and it’s so soft and cozy to wear. I’ve been wearing it all fall, and it’s the perfect way to stay warm on chilly days. I know you’ll love making and wearing this shawl as much as I do!
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Here are six reasons why you’ll love this lacy crochet shawl pattern: ( The Saffron Shawl)
- Beginners-friendly: This shawl uses a simple 2-row repeat that’s easy to memorize, making it perfect for even the most novice crocheters.
- Quick and easy: This shawl works up quickly, so you can have it finished in no time.
- Unique stitch pattern: The unique stitch pattern gives the shawl lots of personality and makes it the perfect way to add a touch of elegance to your wardrobe.
- Soft and cozy: This shawl is soft and cozy to wear, making it the perfect accessory for chilly days.
- Perfect for any occasion: This shawl is perfect for any occasion, from a day at the park to a night out on the town.
- Easy to customize: You can customize this shawl to your liking by choosing different colors and yarns.
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Let’s get to the Lacy Crochet Shawl Pattern, shall we?
Alize Burcum Klasik 100 gr, 100 % Acrylic, 210 m, 100gr, 230 yards ( 2.5 Skeins)
Hook: US Size L-11(8 mm)
- Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape
- 10 st X 6 rows = 4” X 4” of pattern repeat
- This sample is: 20” wide and 60” long
- Ch = Chain
- Sc = Single Crochet
- St = Stitch
- Dc = Double Crochet
- Sl st = Slip stitch
- The pattern is worked in rows
- Ch1 does not count as st at the beginning of the row
- This pattern uses pattern repeats.
- You can work this pattern with one color or multiple as you wish- I used one solid color
- If changing colors make sure to have a changing technique and weave your ends in.
- You can decide on the width and length of the Shawl by adding chains and rows
- This pattern calls for chain multiples of 12 + 4
Did you know?
Lace crochet patterns typically use a combination of chains, single crochets, double crochets, and treble crochets to create openwork designs.
This technique allows for a great deal of creativity and customization, making it perfect for both beginners and experienced crocheters.
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Row 1: Sc1 in 2nd Ch from hook, *[Ch4, skip next 3 Ch, Sc1 in next Ch]* repeat from *to* to end of the row, finish with Sc in last st, Turn work
Row 2: Ch5 (counts as Dc + Ch2), Sc1 in next Ch4 loop,*[ (Dc3+Ch3+Dc3) in next Ch4 loop, Sc1 in next Ch4 loop, Ch4, Sc1 in next Ch4 loop]* repeat from * to * to the end of row. End in the last repeat with Ch2 and Dc1 in last Sc, turn work
Row 3: Ch1,Sc1 in 1st st from hook, *[Ch4, skip next Ch2 space, (Sc1+Ch4+Sc1) in next Ch3 loop, Ch4, Sc1 in next Ch4 loop]* repeat from *to* ending with last Sc in 3rd Ch of turning chain, turn work
Row: 4-80 Repeat rows 2+3
Weave in the ends and cut yarn. I suggest blocking the Shawl before using it!
Why and How to Block This Shawl
Blocking is an important step in the crocheting process, especially for lacy shawls. It helps to set the stitches and open up the lacy pattern, giving the shawl its final shape and size. Blocking can be done by hand or by machine.
To block a lacy shawl by hand, you will need to soak the shawl in lukewarm water with a small amount of wool wash or mild detergent. After soaking, gently squeeze out the excess water and lay the shawl flat on a blocking mat. Use blocking pins to hold the shawl in place, making sure to pin the shawl in the desired shape. Allow the shawl to dry completely before using it.
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