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Pineapple Lace Shawl Crochet Pattern

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Crochet an elegant Pineapple Lace Shawl Crochet Pattern with a unique design. This crochet shawl pattern is a great way to create an evening cover-up. This is a great accessory to carry with you on a chilly night. Light and lacy patterns are ideal during the summer because they look great and don't feel too heavy. This crochet lace pattern may seem difficult or complicated, but it's actually pretty easy. If you're looking for a pattern that combines old world glamor and modern elegance, this is a great pattern to try.


Pineapple Lace Shawl

 

Materials:

  • Yarn: Caron International's Simply Soft Eco (80% Acrylic, 20% NatureSpun™ Polyester): 10 oz #0034 Black
  • Crochet Hook: One size US J-10 (6 mm) crochet hook, or size to obtain gauge.
  • Yarn needle

 

Finished Size:  approximately 48"/122 cm wide x 24"/61 cm long


Gauge: In pattern stitch, 23 sts and 3 rows = 4"/10 cm. Exact gauge is not critical for this project.

 

Sitches:

Chain (ch), single crochet (sc), slip stitch (slip st), treble crochet (tr)

 

Special Terms:

Beg-trCl: Beginning treble cluster—Ch 4, yarn over twice, insert hook in indicated stitch and draw up a loop, [yarn over and draw through 2 loops on hook] twice (2 loops on hook); yarn over twice, insert hook in same stitch and draw up a loop, [yarn over and draw through 2 loops on hook] twice (3 loops on hook); yarn over and draw through all 3 loops on hook.

trCl: Treble cluster—Yarn over twice, insert hook in indicated stitch and draw up a loop, [yarn over and draw through 2 loops on hook] twice (2 loops on hook); *yarn over twice, insert hook in same stitch and draw up a loop, [yarn over and draw through 2 loops on hook] twice; repeat from * once more; yarn over and draw through all 4 loops on hook.

Beg-trCl shell: Beginning treble cluster shell—(Beg-trCl, ch 3, trCl) in indicated stitch.

trCl shell: Treble cluster shell—(trCl, ch 3, trCl) in indicated stitch.

trCl shell-inc: Treble cluster shell increase—([trCl, ch 3] twice, trCl) in indicated stitch.

picot: Ch 6, sl st in top of last st made.

 

 

Instructions:
 

Ch 10; taking care not to twist ch, join with slip st in first ch to form a ring.

Row 1: Ch 4 (counts as first tr), work 22 tr in ring, turn—23 tr.

Row 2: Beg-trCl in first tr, *ch 3, skip next tr, trCl in next tr; repeat from * across, working last trCl in top of turning ch, turn—12 clusters.

Row 3: Beg-trCl in first trCl, *ch 2, tr in next ch-3 space, ch 2, trCl in next trCl; repeat from * across, turn—12 clusters and 11 tr.

Row 4: Beg-trCl in first trCl, *ch 3, tr in next tr, ch 3, trCl in next trCl; repeat from * across, turn.

Row 5: Beg-trCl in first trCl, *ch 4, tr in next tr, ch 4, trCl in next trCl; repeat from * across, turn.

Row 6: Beg-trCl in first trCl, *ch 5, tr in next tr, ch 5, trCl in next trCl; repeat from * across, turn.

Row 7: Beg-trCl shell in first trCl, *ch 4, tr in next tr, ch 4, trCl shell in next trCl; repeat from * across, turn—12 shells and 11 tr.

Row 8: Beg-trCl in first trCl, ch 5, trCl in next trCl, *ch 3, tr in next tr, ch 3, trCl in next trCl, ch 5, trCl in next trCl; repeat from * across, turn—24 clusters and 11 tr.

Row 9: Beg-trCl in first trCl, ch 9, trCl in next trCl, *ch 3, tr in next tr, ch 3, trCl in next trCl, ch 9, trCl in next trCl; repeat from * across, turn.

Row 10: Beg-trCl in first trCl, ch 5, sc in 5th ch of next ch-9 space, picot, ch 5, trCl in next trCl, *picot, trCl in next trCl, ch 5, sc in 5th ch of next ch-9 space, picot, ch 5, trCl in next trCl; repeat from * across, turn—24 clusters.

Row 11: Beg-trCl in first trCl, ch 5, 6 tr in next picot, ch 5, *trCl shell in next picot, ch 5, 6 tr in next picot, ch 5; repeat from * across to last trCl, trCl in last trCl, turn—11 shells, 2 clusters and 12 6-tr groups.

Row 12: Beg-trCl in first trCl, ch 5, sc in next tr, [ch 6, sc in next tr] 5 times (beginning of pineapple), ch 5, *trCl shell in ch-3 space of next trCl shell, ch 5, sc in next tr, [ch 6, sc in next tr] 5 times, ch 5; repeat from * across to last trCl, trCl in last trCl, turn—11 shells, 2 clusters, and 12 pineapple beginnings.

Row 13: Beg-trCl in first trCl, ch 6, [sc in next ch-6 space, ch 6] 5 times, *trCl shell in ch-3 space of next trCl shell, ch 6, [sc in next ch-6 space, ch 6] 5 times; repeat from * across to last trCl, trCl in last trCl, turn.

Row 14: Beg-trCl in first trCl, ch 6, skip next ch-6 space, [sc in next ch-6 space of pineapple, ch 6] 4 times, *trCl shell in ch-3 space of next trCl shell, ch 6, skip next ch-6 space, [sc in next ch-6 space of pineapple, ch 6] 4 times; repeat from * across to last trCl, trCl in last trCl, turn.

Row 15 (trCl shell increase row): Beg-trCl shell in first trCl, ch 6, skip next ch-6 space, [sc in next ch-6 space of pineapple, ch 6] 3 times, *trCl shell-inc in ch-3 space of next trCl shell, ch 6, skip next ch-6 space, [sc in next ch-6 space of pineapple, ch 6] 3 times; repeat from * across to last trCl, trCl shell in last trCl, turn—11 shell increases, 2 shells, and 12 pineapples.

Row 16: Beg-trCl in first trCl, ch 3, sc in next ch-3 space, ch 3, trCl in next trCl, ch 6, skip next ch-6 space, [sc in next ch-6 space of pineapple, ch 6] twice, *[trCl in next trCl, ch 3, sc in next ch-3 space, ch 3] twice, trCl in next trCl, ch 6, skip next ch-6 space, [sc in next ch-6 space of pineapple, ch 6] twice; repeat from * across to last shell, trCl in next trCl, ch 3, sc in next ch-3 space, ch 3, trCl in last trCl, turn—37 clusters, and 12 pineapples.

Row 17: Beg-trCl in first trCl, [ch 3, sc in next ch-3 space] twice, ch 3, trCl in next trCl, ch 3, sc in next ch-6 space, ch 3, (sc, ch 3, sc) in next ch-6 space (pineapple point), ch 3, sc in next ch-6 space, ch 3, **trCl in next trCl, *[ch 3, sc in next ch-3 space] twice, ch 3, trCl in next trCl; repeat from * once more, ch 3, sc in next ch-6 space, ch 3, (sc, ch 3, sc) in next ch-6 space (pineapple point), ch 3, sc in next ch-6 space, ch 3; repeat from ** to last 2 trCl, trCl in next trCl, [ch 3, sc in next ch-3 space] twice, ch 3, trCl in last trCl, turn.

Row 18: Ch 5, sc in next ch-space, *ch 3, sc in next ch-space; repeat from * across skipping all trCl  to last trCl, ch 3, slip st in last trCl, turn.

Do not fasten off.

Edging

Note: Work edging around entire shawl as follows:

Row 1: Ch 5, sc in next ch-3 space, *ch 3, sc in next ch-space; repeat from * across, ch 3, sc in same (last) ch-space again (for corner); pivot to work along top edge,  **ch 3, sc in end of next row; repeat from ** across working (sc, ch 3, sc) in center of beginning ring; ch 3, join with slip st in 2nd ch of beginning ch-5, do not turn.

Row 2: Beg-trCl in same st as join; *ch 3, slip st in next ch-3 space, ch 3, trCl in next ch-3 space; repeat from * across to opposite top corner, ending with ch 3, sl st in corner ch-space; working along top edge, work 3 sc in each ch-space across; join with slip st in Beg-trCl. Fasten off.

 

Finishing

Using yarn needle, weave in ends. If desired, block lightly.

 


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I'm having difficulties transitioning from row 15 to row 16. row 16 indicates I'm using check 3 space in the beginning but the first ch3 space is a trcl. Can someone please help me.

I love this shawl, it it so beautiful. Have made several..... very dressy, really makes an outfit.

4 ppl stating they had trouble with Row 10 and not one with an explanation on how they solved it. ><

The instructions are correct, but could be clearer - cluster in cluster, SKIP NEXT (CH3 TC CH 3), picot (in the cluster you just made), cluster in next cluster

I am in love with the black pineapple shawl and cant wait to crochet it but I am am having a hard time downloading the black pineapple lace shawl for weeks now. I do not own a printer I have to save the pattern on a usb stick and take it to a friends to print for me. Please tell me how to download it. Thank you

Have you tried "copy all" and then pasting into a Word document which you can then save on your hard drive. You will have to work from your computer screen but at least you will be able to read it.

I have made this shawl six times. It is beautiful. I admit that row 10 stumped me until I studied the picture and saw where the picot was actually merging the clusters from row 9. Had to,frog it a few times but once I did it I remember. It is a beautiful pattern. Karen Drouin is a good designer.

I also am having trouble with Row 10!!!! Confused where the * is stating picot.....is anyone going to answer us back?

I figured out row ten. You picot in the chain 9 spaces, but in the spaces where the previous row is ch 3 tr chain 3, you do that again. So it's trCl, chain 5, picot, chain 5, trCl, chain 3, tr, ch 3 and repeat. You should end with 12 picots )

I found what I did wrong in row 10, when I got to row 11. Then I had to undo the whole row 10. Unfortunately, that's often the way I have to learn.

I am also having trouble with row 10. It says to picot and TrCl in the next TrCl. are they supposed to be together? I searched the comments and nobody had that problem figuring out the pattern. Help! I'd give it a better rating if i could figure it out!

I figured out how to adjust the pattern so that I can make it look as it's supposed to.

Instructions for Row 16 doesn't make any sense. My teacher and I couldn't figure it out. If you follow the direction you will skip the first pineapple which can't be. Please correct the error. Thanks.

help row 10! it does not say what to do with the with the 11 treb from row 8 and 9 or am I missing something? helpppppp! I am going crazy can't get off ten and it was going so well can anyone help?????

You have a chain 9 space right after you have done beg trCL. So put sc about in middle of that ( or 5th chain link). Then you do your first picot. See directions for the picot. it's just a circle created from a chain. I am actually doing the Goddess shawl which appears to be the same pattern, but it's in beige. You create the picot by chaining 6 then join with slipstitch. The goddess shawl pattern has more detailed pictures , but the final part of edging appears to be longer. The picot will hold the top of the pineapple in the next row #11. If you look at that picture it may help.You do the picot in alternating sc from row 9 and trCL.

Has anyone had trouble with the total number of clusters in Row 10? Pattern says 24 but I only have 22. Arrrrrggh!

ooops - found it on row 8. You really have to pay attention with your count, as it will mess the pattern up.

I wish there was a way to print/save a pattern

Copy it to a word document.

Why when I print your patterns, some of the information in the middle of the print job, does not print. I have printed 23 patterns and this has happened to me.

Hi ptcornish, I suggest copy and pasting the project into Microsoft Word. That way, you can see exactly what you are printing. Thanks!

I made this last year and it turned out nice and I am a beginner crocheter.

Do you have the diagram for the Pineapple Lace Shawl crochet?

If you are having trouble with Row 8, re-read and check how you did row 7 - see the term cluster SHELL (that works out as two clusters when you follow the pattern in row 8

How much yarn do I need to buy?

Try as I might I cannot figure how to get 24 clusters on Row 8. I see others have had the same problem but I have yet to see a solution. Please help. rosie

Did you follow Row 7 and start with a tr cluster shell? That adds another cluster to the beginning of the row.

My problem started in row 8. by following the directions, there is no way to get 24 clusters. there is no place it says to make additional clusters. When you follow the directions, there are still 12 clusters?????

Can someone please help me. I don't know what to do at the beginning of row 16 where it says to ch 3, sc in next ch-3 space, ch3 etc. There is no ch 3 space except after the pineapple. Do I skip the pineapple? I've tried several things but can't get it right. Frustrated!!

I had the same problem when creating this shawl. The problem is in row 15. Each row begins with a beginning treble cluster (Beg-trCl), but row 15 actually begins with a beginning treble cluster SHELL, which is the beginning treble cluster, chain 3, and another treble cluster. I missed the SHELL the first time around and when I got to row 16 couldn't figure out where the chain 3 space was. When I re-read the row 15 directions again (OK - three times), I finally found that one little word that made a HUGE difference!

Any one that wants enlarge the pattern. Here is what I did I clicked on "print", then I clicked on "Print Preview". At the top of my print preview I could enlarge it as big as I wanted.

Love this. Made 2 of them. Want to put a button on it and make the sleeves like it looks in picture. Works up fast, but you really have to pay attention to the directions.

How did you get 24 clusters in row 8??? I do not see where it doubled the clusters??

Nevermind. The lightbulb came on, but thanks anyway!

I have always loved pineapple crochet. I've only just now had the confidence to try one. This is beautiful! However I am having trouble with the edging, particulary in row 1 where you come to the beginning of the center ring. Am I supposed to continue with "ch3, sc in end of next row?" Can someone please help me?

I don't understand row 10 (Beg-trCl in first trCl, ch 5, sc in 5th ch of next ch-9 space, picot, ch 5, trCl in next trCl, *picot,) Am I doing a picot right in the top of the trCl I just did?

The definition of picot is wrong; sl st in the first st of chain.

BEAUTIFUL!!

I love the pattern but am stuck on row 13 which seems wrong as written. Anyone have some tips? I don't see how I can sc in next ch6 space 5 times when I only have 5 loops. (it seems like it should be 4 times) Thanks!

Tricky I know, but the wrinkle is that the sc in the ch6 space... comes BEFORE the ch6. So the single crochets go into each loop, and then six chains, such that the last ch6 is actually not leading to another loop, but to the ch3 between the prior row's shell, where the next shell goes. :)

I love this pattern But I would like to print this so I can read it. All the patterns I print are so small I can't read them

@jmalvarado 5762602, We suggest you contact the pattern designer directly for help. The designer is specified in the byline. You can also try posting our question on our site's Facebook page; here is the link: http://www.facebook.com/FaveCrafts --Editors of FaveCrafts

I'm stuck on round 8. doesn't make sense how they come up with 24 Clusters? please help me! thank you.

could you please lay the shawl out flat where everyone could see the hold thing not just the back it is hard to see the sides when you need to see the pattern when you need to see it. our could you send me a picture of the shawl out flat. beachgoers1358@hotmail.com

This pattern is exactly the same as the Spa Aphrodite Shawl from Michaels.com . I believe the original belongs to caronyarn.com as both patterns use the same yarn from Caron Yarn. And, Fave Crafts states at the top of page that it is from Caron Yarn. Michael's makes no such claim. Simply lists pattern under their name. Even the same model is used in picture. The colors are different. If you read the instructions there is very little difference in the wording. I did find however, that Michael's pattern is four rows longer (rows 19-22) worked in 'fish net' stitches. This does not change the pattern enough to be able to claim it as their pattern. I will be making the Pineapple Lace Shawl from Caron Yarn as printed from Fave Crafts. The pattern is wonderful.

I Copy the picture, then paste it on Wordperfect then copy and paste the instructions under the picture.

i have tried to print this and other projects on this site. all i get are the pictures and title no instructions. i have a conversion program to change from html to pdf but that doesn't work either. any suggestions??? thank you.

For Elaine Adams question. I would suggest trying using smaller gauge yarn and smaller hook. A pineapple pattern may be a bit too adult looking, but you could try looking for other doily patterns. Play around with it. It sounds like fun and you could end up with something good enough to share with the rest of us!. Zhizara

How can I make this pattern or any other shawl or coverup work for a 6 year old child?

Pineapples are my favorite personally. So little time, so many treasures !

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