Shawl Pattern (Crochet)

SKU: 40515

This crochet shawl pattern is made with bulky weight yarn and has a beginner level of difficulty.

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Skill Level
Level 1 - Beginner
Project Type
Shawl
Yarn Used
Lion Suede - 210
Pattern Gauge
5 (half­double crochet, chain 2) spaces + 8 rows = 4 inches [10 cm].
Pattern Size Options
One Size
Pattern Yarn Weight
5 Bulky
Dimensions Detail
55 inches x 32 inches [140 x 81.5 cm].
Pattern Craft
Crochet
Made For
Adult

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Debra Creech
Not Understanding Shawl Crochet Pattern

The pattern isn't complete, or I am not understanding it. Do I make two 60 inch rows and then weave the two together. The pattern doesn't tell me how to start decreasing my rows after I finish crocheting row 60. Your help would be greatly appreciated as I am looking forward to making this shawl. Also I found out that you need to chain 4 then turn, not turn then chain 4. Please confirm this as well for me. Again thank you for your help with this pattern,

Hello Debra - this shawl is worked from the top down with increases on each row to make the triangular shape - there are no decrease rows needed. Once you've worked Row 4 a total of 61 times the shawl will be finished. Regarding the turning chains - some crocheters prefer to do them at the end of the row, like yourself, whereas others do them at the beginning of the row, as stated in the pattern - they produce the same result so you can do them however you like best!

For more detailed help with this pattern, please email us at support@lionbrand.com.

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Debra Creech
Not Understanding Shawl Crochet Pattern

The pattern isn't complete, or I am not understanding it. Do I make two 60 inch rows and then weave the two together. The pattern doesn't tell me how to start decreasing my rows after I finish crocheting row 60. Your help would be greatly appreciated as I am looking forward to making this shawl. Also I found out that you need to chain 4 then turn, not turn then chain 4. Please confirm this as well for me. Again thank you for your help with this pattern,

Hello Debra - this shawl is worked from the top down with increases on each row to make the triangular shape - there are no decrease rows needed. Once you've worked Row 4 a total of 61 times the shawl will be finished. Regarding the turning chains - some crocheters prefer to do them at the end of the row, like yourself, whereas others do them at the beginning of the row, as stated in the pattern - they produce the same result so you can do them however you like best!

For more detailed help with this pattern, please email us at support@lionbrand.com.