Hello spring shawl free crochet pattern

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Let’s crochet this easy spring shawl free pattern with step by step full video tutorial.

Sprign time is a perfect time to crochet a shawl that perfect for cover up your shoulder with style.

I pick up this blue color cotton yarn that make me feel like I am spending time to crochet in the flower garden with the clear blue sky and a fresh smell of flowers all around me.

Light & lacy triangle shawl perfect for beginners.

This crochet triangle shawl made from cotton Dk weight yarn that is light weight and airy with the lacy crochet stitch. So it perfect to be your first  crochet shawl project.

This triangle scarf is make from top down with 3.5 mm crochet hook.

light and lacy crochet wrap free pattern

Let’s get start for this easy spring shawl!

– I used cotton  DK weight yarn/ 3 light 3-4 skein including tassel or 1 yarn cake about 550 yard.

– 3.50mm crochet hook

– Sewing yarn needle

light weight crochet scarf free pattern with video tutorial

Skill and abbreviations

(American crochet terms)

You will need to know how to make

-Sl st (slip stitch)

-sc which mean single crochet

-dc which mean double crochet

-hdc which mean half double crochet

-ch, Chain

-slip knot

Measurement.

-50 inches wide.

-22 inches deep.

beginner crochet  shawl
hellow spring shawl

Get the free pattern below or this pattern is also available as an inexpensive, ad-free, PDF printable instant download  in my etsy shop. Thank you so much for your love and support. I am really appreciate you.

Finished Size Approximately: one size fit all adult

This pattern is made for beginners!  There is a basic skill level required to make

easy crochet triangle scarf

Add to your ravelry queue.

Video tutorial on youtube.

Hello spring shawl crochet pattern instruction.

Start of by making a slip knot Then make 5 chains and slip stitch to join  end to form the circle.

Row1.   ch2, (count as first hdc stitch), 2 hdc into the circle, ch2, 3hdc into the circle.

Row2.  ch2 , (count as first hdc  stitch), turn. 2hdc into the first st, make 1hdc in each of the next st until  at the middle point ch space, ( in the middle ch space make 2hdc, ch2, 2hdc ), then 1hdc in each of the  next st,   Now we onto last st of  the row ( the chain2 from previous row) make 3 hdc.

Row3.  repeat row 2.

Row4.  repeat row2.

Photo tutorial1-4 below.

spring shawl photo tutorial

Row5.  ch2 , (count as first dc stitch), turn. 2dc into the first st, then *ch1, skip1,1dc in next st*   repeat * to*  until  at the middle point chain space ( in the middle point ch space make 1dc, ch2, 1dc ), then *ch1, skip1,1dc in next st*   repeat * to*  .Now we onto last st of  the row ( the chain2 from previous row) make 3dc.

Row6.  ch2 , turn. 2hdc into the first st, *make 1hdc in  next st  and 1 hdc in ch space*  repeat * to * until  at the middle point ch space, ( in the middle ch space make 2hdc, ch2, 2hdc ), then *make 1hdc in  next st  and 1 hdc in ch space*  repeat * to * . Now we onto last st of  the row ( the chain2 from previous row) make 3 hdc.

Row7 and beyond. Repeat row 2-6 for the rest of the  pattern.

Photo tutorial 5-8.

crochet triangle shawl

Finishing.

Weave in all ends with yarn needle. Then add  some pom pom or tassels for decorate.

spring shawl free crochet pattern with tassels easy tutorial

If you make one I would love to see your creation tag me on Instagram! would love to see your creation.
Happy crocheting.

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Comments

  1. Hello Jane, “triangle scarf” for spring is a really nice idea. I like this scarf, easy to handle this and snap shot is very helpful for making this. Thanks for sharing, keep posting

  2. You so sweet!!! Thanks so much Shirley you just made my day. ^^

  3. Maria Robinson says

    Love the look of your shawl. Do you have a general idea as to how much yarn you used?

  4. Hi Maria, I use about 370- 400 m about 4 skien

  5. Hello Jane! I’m just starting your lovely shawl, but have a couple of questions.
    Are rows 2, 3, and 4 exactly the same…. using hdc’s all along the stitches?
    In the first part of the row instructions of rows 1-5, it says, ch 2 counts as 1st DC (but there are no other Double Crochet stitches listed in the pattern). Just want to be sure I’m doing it as you planned.
    Thank you!!
    Louise

  6. Jane,
    Edit to my first comment….there are double crochet stitches in row 5, but just making sure All of the other rows are half double crochet stitches. Thanks so much!
    L.

  7. yes it’s double crochet in row 5 because will make the scarf airy and other row are half double crochet to make it dense.

    Thanks you for asking Louise to make sure.

  8. Hi Louise row 2,3,4 are exactly the same using hdc all long.
    In the first part of the row instructions of rows 1-5, it says, ch 2 counts as 1st DC (but there are no other Double Crochet stitches listed in the pattern). Just want to be sure I’m doing it as you planned.

    I just corrected the pattern by add double crochet in the skill you need section.
    So over all chain 2 at the start is count as a stitch.
    Ps.I will make video tutorial for this pattern in a couple day.

  9. Thank you so much, Jane, for this clarification and prompt response – that’s what I thought and I have been working on my shawl. I really like how it is turning out!. It is an easy and pretty pattern and I appreciate that you offer it for free.
    When it is completed, I will link it to you on my Ravelry projects.
    Thank you for sharing your creativity with all of us!

  10. becky bostic says

    i have a question can u use peaches and cream cotton yarn that walmart sells it cotton to just wandering if that kind yarn would work asap as possible thanks

  11. Hi Becky, It’s a good question, yes! please you can use any kind of cotton just the yarn weight is 4 worsted.

  12. becky bostic says

    thank you that work i believe

  13. Hi Jane,
    Just wanted to let you know that I just finished making a shawl from your pattern and it turned out fantastic! Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful pattern with your readers! If you want to see my shawl, check it out at: https://donnamarrin.wordpress.com/2018/03/29/my-own-hello-spring-shawl/

  14. Aww thank you so much Donna! I love to see your creation and you did a wonderful job on it well done.

  15. Laurie Lovell says

    I’ve been a rectangle crocheter for decades, and suddenly accidentally bought a bunch of cotton sock weight fingering yarn instead of worsted. I saw your article and just picked up my hook and started in on something completely different! Thanx for posting this lo, these many years ago. I’ll take pix of my Mystical Grape variegated.

  16. Thank you Laurie,.

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