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Make an easy crochet pattern from Red Heart Yarn. This shawl is not only easy to make but it will look fabulous on you. Make it as a gift for anyone.

Shawl measures 64” x 17”.

Materials:

  • RED HEART® “Soft Yarn™”: 3 balls 4608 Wine.
  • Crochet Hook: 5.5 mm [US H-8].
  • Yarn needle.
  • GAUGE: One repeat = 3”; 8 rows = 3” in pattern. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.

SHAWL
Ch 190.
Row 1 (Wrong Side): Sc in 2nd ch from hook, [ch 3, skip next 2 ch, sc in next 3 ch] 37 times, ch 3, skip next 2 ch, sc in last ch; turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first sc, [ch 3, dc in center sc of next 3 sc, ch 3, sc in next ch-3 space, sc in next 3 sc, sc in next ch-3 space] 18 times, ch 3, dc in center sc of next 3 sc, ch 3, sc in last sc; turn.
Row 3: Ch 1, sc in first sc, [ch 3, sc in next ch-3 space, sc in next dc, sc in next ch-3 space, ch 3, skip next sc, sc in next 3 sc] 18 times, ch 3, sc in next ch-3 space, sc in next dc, sc in next ch-3 space, ch 3, sc in last sc; turn.
Row 4: Ch 6 (counts as dc, ch 3), [sc in next ch-3 space, sc in next 3 sc, sc in next ch-3 space, ch 3, skip next sc, dc in next sc, ch 3] 18 times, sc in next ch-3 space, sc in next 3 sc, sc in next ch-3 space, ch 3, dc in last sc; turn.
Row 5: Ch 1, sc in first dc, [ch 3, skip next sc, sc in next 3 sc, ch 3, sc in next ch-3 space, sc in next dc, sc in next ch-3 space] 18 times, ch 3, skip next sc, sc in next 3 sc, ch 3, sc in 3rd ch of ch-6; turn.
Rows 6-43: Repeat Rows 2-5 nine more times, then repeat Rows 2 and 3 once more. Do not fasten off.
Border
Rnd 1: Ch 1, sc in each sc and 2 sc in each ch-3 space across long edge to last sc, 3 sc in last sc; ** working along short edge: [sc in next 3 sc row ends, 2 sc in next dc row end] 10 times, sc in next 3 sc row ends (53 sc) **; working in opposite side of starting ch: 3 sc in first ch, * 2 sc in next ch-space, sc in next 3 ch; repeat from * to last ch; 3 sc in last ch; repeat from ** to **; 2 sc in same st as first sc of round; TURN.
Short Edge Trim
Row 1: Ch 1, sc in 57 sc across short side; turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first sc, [skip next 3 sc, 7 dc in next sc, skip next 3 sc, sc in next sc] 7 times; turn.
Row 3: Ch 4 (counts as dc, ch 1), dc in first sc, * ch 3, skip next 3 dc, sc in next dc, ch 3, (dc, ch 1, dc) all in next sc; repeat from * across; turn.
Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first ch-1 space, * 9 dc in next sc, sc in next ch-1 space; repeat from * across; turn
Row 5: Ch 4, dc in first sc, * ch 4, skip next 4 dc, sc in next dc, ch 4, (dc, ch 1, dc) all in next sc; repeat from * across; turn.
Row 6: Ch 1, sc in first ch-1 space, * 11 dc in next sc, sc in next c-h 1 space; repeat from * across; turn.
Row 7: Ch 1, sc in first sc, [ch 4, skip next st, sc in next st] 42 times. Fasten off. Weave in ends.
Opposite Short Edge Trim
Row 1: With wrong side facing, join yarn in center sc of corner 3 sc; ch 1, sc in same sc as joining and next 56 sc; turn – 57 sc.
Rows 2-7: Repeat Rows 2-7 of short edge trim.
 

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can anyone help? I'm not familiar with American yarn weights, would this shawl work up well in a lace weight yarn? thanks, Tas

Is there a chart pattern for this?

As someone who is currently working this pattern, it is easy to make and looks beautiful in any solid color. I have not tried a varigated yarn yet. Good luck to all who try this pattern.

I have a friend who is a nurse and likes to sit and read -- beautiful shawl! It looks great with a broach as a clasp. I found the pattern to be challenging at first. The shawl turned out lovely.

This comment is directed towards crocheter nanam. Thank you for pointing out my mistake. However, the day that I misread the discription of this piece, my eyes went blind, lol as did my fingers did when I was commenting on the piece. I put in Crocher-In-Fl. Everybody has faults. However, when I posted that comment, I helped 3 crocheters and that I feel good about. I hope you have a good time making this piece let us all know how it turns out. Your fellow crocheter, Crocheter-In-Fl

This comment is directed to "Crocherinfl" on your May 23rd comment. You obviously read the notice WRONG. The notice said "It is not ONLY easy to make, but it will look fabulous on you." Missing one word in a sentence can change the whole meaning. I hope you don't misread crocheting instructions the same way! I frankly, can't wait to make this beautiful shawl.

I like your website for many reasons, however, when I read that this shawl isn't "easy" to make. It got me to thinking. So I had to comment on this particular item. Please, allow the crocheters decide easy or hard a pattern can or can not be. I think that perhaps even a beginner, can try the harder patterns, if they have learned the basic stitches, learned the abrievations for them, and practiced making these basic stitches. It's all in the way the patterns are explained. If they are very clear and basic, anybody that knows the "lingo" of crochet, can and will be able to do it. I have been crocheting for well over 20 yrs. and until I stumbled over this website, by way of a search on crocheting, I learned so much more in the last 3-4 weeks. Also, I would make up my own patterns, but in my own opinion, they by far are not as good as yours. Well, some of mine are down right awesome. I have designed things that are not on your website. I have not even seen them on the web at all. Which is unique if you were to ask me. Thank you, so very much for having this website up and running. I think it's helped a lot of crocheters like myself. Also, if somebody is having problems with a particular pattern they can go back to that pattern and get help from there or just simply contact you by way of e-mail and get direct answers to their e-mail. It's that easy. Crocher-in-Fl.

Could you substitute RH worsted weight for the soft?

Looks beautiful. Might have to try it sometime

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