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Tyra Triangle Shawl, Free Lacy Scarf Pattern

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Make a lovely Mother’s Day gift with this Triangle Shawl crochet pattern. The shawl turned out lovely but my photographs don’t do justice to it.

When  I first made it, the shawl turned out small and wouldn’t wrap around my shoulder well. I  made another 10 rows and stitched them together, but it still wasn’t big enough. I added another 9 rows and luckily ended up with the ideal size. Third time’s a charm, right?

I am generally impatient with big items but this one worked up effortlessly. After the first row, there isn’t much counting required.

It is a versatile design that can be worn in many different ways. Wrap it around your shoulder, around your neck or even around your head. The shawl is bigger than you see in the first picture as part of it has been tucked into the dresser.

Materials

1. DK weight yarn

2. Hook F(3.75mm)

3. Yarn needle to weave in the tails

Pattern for Gauge Swatch


Row 1: Ch 38, 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, *(ch 5, sk 5 chs, 1 sc in next), repeat from * to end, turn.—6 ch loops

Row 2: Ch 5 (counts as a dc+ ch 2), sk 2 chs, 1 sc in next ch, *( ch 5, 1 sc into the third chain of next ch-5 loop), repeat from * to last ch-5 loop, ch 2, sk 2 chs, 1 dc in last st, turn. ——7 ch loops.

Row 3: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st as ch 1, *( shell in next sc between ch loops, 1 sc in 3rd ch of next ch-5 loop, ch 5, 1 sc into 3rd ch of next ch-5 loop), repeat from * until you work a sc in 3rd ch of last ch-5 loop, ch 5, 1 sc on top of beginning ch-3, turn.—–3 shells and 3 ch-5 loops

Row 4: Ch 5(counts as dc+ 2ch), sk next 2 chs, 1 sc in next ch, *(ch 5, 1 sc in 3rd dc of next shell, ch 5, 1 sc into the the 3rd ch of next ch-5 loop) , repeat from * until you work a sc on top of last shell, ch 2, sk 2 dc, 1 dc in last st, turn.—7 ch loops

Row 5: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st as ch 1, ch 5, 1 sc into 3rd ch of next ch-5 loop, *(shell in next sc, 1 sc into 3rd ch of next ch-5 loop, ch 5, 1 sc into 3rd ch of next ch-5 loop), repeat from * until you work a shell in last sc, 1 sc on top of beginning ch 3, turn.———3 shells and 3 ch-5 loops

Row 6: Ch 5 (counts as dc + ch2), 1 sc on 3rd dc of next shell, *(ch 5, 1 sc in 3rd ch of next ch-5 loop, ch 5, 1 sc in 3rd dc of next shell), repeat from * until you work a sc on top of the last ch-5 loop, ch 2, sk 2 chs, 1 dc in last st, turn.

Row 7: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st as ch 1, *(shell in next sc, 1 sc in 3rd ch of next ch-5 loop, ch 5, 1 sc in 3rd ch of next ch-5 loop), repeat from * and after sc in 3rd ch of last ch-5 loop, ch 5, 1 sc on top of beginning ch-3, turn.

Repeat Rows 4-7 one more time and measure for gauge.

Gauge
8 Rows = 4 inches
3 shells = 4 inches long

Finished Measurements
64 inches wide and 24 inches deep.

Yardage
Takes around 530 to 540 yards. You can reduce up to 80 yards from the total yardage if you do not intend to add the tassels.

Stitch Abbreviations
The pattern is in standard American terms.
dc- double crochet
sc- single crochet
sl st- slip stitch
ch- chain
sk- skip
st- stitch

Stitch Explanations
Shell: 5 dc worked into the same st.

Pattern

Chain 302 (multiple of 6+2)

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, *( ch 5, sk 5 chains, sc in next), repeat from * to the end. Turn.——–50 Ch-5 loops

Row2: Sl st in the first two chains, sc in next, *( ch 5, 1 sc into the third chain of next ch-5 loop), repeat from * till you end with a sc on top of last ch-5 loop. Turn. ——49 Ch-5 loops.

Row 3: Sl st to the first two chains, 1 sc in next ch, *( 5 dc in next sc between two ch-5 loops , 1 sc in 3rd ch of next ch-5 loop, ch 5, 1 sc into 3rd ch of next ch-5 loop), repeat from * till you end with a sc on top of last ch-5 loop. Turn. ———24 shells and 24 ch-5 loops.

Row 4: Sl st into first two chains, 1 sc in next ch, *(ch 5, 1 sc into the the 3rd dc of next shell, ch 5, 1 sc in to 3rd chain of next ch-5 loop) , repeat from * till you end with a sc on top of the last shell. Turn.———47 Ch-5 loops

Row 5: Repeat Row 2———46 Ch-5 loops

Row 6: Repeat Row 3————23 shells and 22 ch-5 loops

Row 7: Sl st into first two dc of the shell, 1 sc in next dc, *(ch 5, 1 sc into the 3rd ch of the next ch-5 loop, ch 5, 1 sc into 3rd dc of next shell) , repeat from * till you end with a sc on top of the last shell. Turn.————–44 Ch-5 loops

Repeat rows 2-7 until you get a row with 2 ch- 5 loops.

Last Row: Sl st into the first 2 chains, 5 dc in next sc, 1 sc into the third chain of next the ch-5 loop. Fasten off.

Tassels And Finishing


Weave in any tails left. For tassels, cut 10 strands  9 ½ inches long. Fold at the middle of the strands and pull through the scarf to get a loop, grab all the strands and pull through the loop. Tighten the knot and trim as needed.

I attached the first tassel through the middle of the shell at the vertex of the triangle. I skipped first 4 rows and attached the second tassel to the 5th Row. Starting from this second tassel, skip two rows and attach the tassel to the third row.


A Closer look at the stitch pattern

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Ashley

Friday 22nd of March 2019

Im wanting to make this but in the pattern...what is the stiches of a (shell) stich?

Shehnaaz

Friday 22nd of March 2019

5 double crochet worked into the same st.

Crochet_Dreamz

Thursday 2nd of August 2018

Hi Janet,

The pattern for gauge swatch will help you make a small piece of crochet fabric in the stitch pattern. You can measure that and see if your end product will be the same size as mine. You can go up or down a hook size to match the gauge.

Janet Kontros

Thursday 2nd of August 2018

Looks beautiful. What is; Pattern for Gauge Swatch?

Crochet_Dreamz

Friday 3rd of August 2018

The pattern for gauge swatch will help you make a small piece of crochet fabric in the stitch pattern. You can measure that and see if your end product will be the same size as mine. You can go up or down a hook size to match the gauge.

Anonymous

Monday 2nd of April 2018

i made it according to pattern and it ended up being really small. any ideas where i went wrong?

Crochet_Dreamz

Monday 2nd of April 2018

Did you check your gauge? It could be your gauge or your yarn. Some DK weight yarns are thinner than others. Try switching to a bigger hook.

Unknown

Friday 22nd of September 2017

Great pattern! After the first one, I couldn't stop making them. I'm on my fourth one now!

Crochet_Dreamz

Friday 22nd of September 2017

Wow, 4th one! Thank you for visiting my blog.