I’m so excited to share this triangle shawl crochet pattern with you!
Spring is a beautiful season, when the ice & snow melt, you get increasing hours of daylight & slowly you see the blooms appearing.
To capture this change from snow to bloom, this triangle shawl uses a yarn off colors from blue as ice, brown as the soil, green as the budding flower to the flower in full bloom.
But you can make it in any color, for any season.
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To design this triangle shawl crochet pattern I used Cupcake® by Lion Brand Yarn.
It’s a cake yarn with gradient color changes.
To create the color changes from Ice to Bloom I used two different colored cakes.
You could use any colors or two of the same color to create the shawl.
THE PERFECT EASY TRIANGLE SHAWL FOR SPRING
This crochet triangle shawl crochet pattern is the perfect shawl crochet project for spring.
This crochet shawl is made using DK weight yarn, which makes a rather thin, not bulky shawl.
It’s perfect to wear as a wrap around your shoulders with a cardigan as the season change from winter to spring. It’s definitely a great way to keep warm while leaving the winter coat at home.
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TRIANGLE SHAWL CROCHET PATTERN
About The Pattern
This triangle shawl crochet pattern is a great crochet shawl for spring. It’s skill level easy and works up quickly.
You’ll use mostly basic crochet stitches, such as half double crochet and chains.
To crochet this triangle shawl you’ll need 2 skeins of gradient cake yarn.
This triangle shawl is the perfect wrap to wear when the seasons change from winter to spring.
Hook I used: Symphonie Rose Crochet Hooks from Knitpro
Lion Brand Yarn – Cupcake® in color Mint Chip & Tundra.
Yarn amount used:
2 skeins / 10.6 oz / 300 g / 1080 m / 1180 yards
- 3 light yarn, DK yarn.
- 100 % Acrylic
Other Materials Needed
Measured on hdc stitches crocheted in rows:
17 stitches & 15 rows per 10 cm / 4”.
- This crochet pattern is written in US terms.
- All measurements given are unblocked.
- Note that measurements are given as exact as possible. But crochet tension & technique might give variations in the result, that changes from person to person.
- Read pattern instructions carefully before beginning to make sure you understand everything. It might save you hours!
- Make a swatch that measure at least 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4 inches using the stitch the gauge is given for. If your swatch matches the gauge, you’re good to go. If the gauge is wrong, you might need to change your hook. Go up in crochet hook size if your stitches are smaller & go down in crochet hook size if your stitches are bigger. Learn more about testing gauge.
- Check yarn info if you want to find an alternative or test your yarn against the gauge. Learn more about substituting yarn.
- This pattern is written for 1 size, however size adjustments are suggested under the heading “Size & Measurements”.
- At the end of each row, the stitch count is given in parenthesis.
- Color changes: Each skein is used from start to end, starting with the Mint Chip colorway, then Tundra.
Size & Measurements
Width: 178 cm / 70 inches.
Length: 91 cm / 36 inches
- Make the shawl smaller by decreasing the number of rows you crochet. Consider adding less repeats of row 2 in between rows repeating row 6 earlier.
- Make the shawl bigger by increasing the number of rows you crochet. Consider adding more repeats of row 2 in between rows repeating row 6 as you start the shawl.
- ch = chain(s)
- FCS = foundation single crochet
- Hdc = half double crochet (tutorial)
- PM = place marker
- prev = previous
- Rep = repeat
- sk = skip
- st = stitch (es)
- yo = yarn over
Stitches You Will Need
Foundation Single Crochet (FSC)
Step 1: Ch 2 st.
Step 2: Insert hook into 2nd ch from hook, pull up a loop. Yo and pull through first loop (making “chain”). Yo and pull through both loops on hook.
Step 3: Insert hook into prev “chain” you made (It should look like you go through a resemblance of a “normal” st, with 2 strands of yarn), pull up a loop, yo and pull through first loop (making “chain”). Yo and pull through both loops on hook. Repeat step 3 until you’ve made enough stitches.
*2nd ch in step 1 makes 1 st, step 2 makes 1 st & every time step 3 is repeated you make 1 st.
Make 3 stitches using the FSC method.
Row 1: Hdc 2 in 1st st (no ch), hdc 3 in next st and PM in middle stitch of 3, hdc 2 in next st, turn (=7 st).
Row 2: Hdc 2 in 1st st (no ch), hdc 1 in each st until you reach PM, hdc 3 in marked st, hdc 1 in each st until you have 1 st left, hdc 2 in last st, turn (=11 st).
Row 3-5: Rep row 2.
Each repeat of row 2 will increase 4 stitches.
Row 6: Hdc 1 in 1st st (no ch), ch 1, *hdc 1 in next st, ch 1, sk 1 st*, repeat from *to* until you reach pm, (hdc 1, ch 1, hdc 1) in marked stitch and PM in ch, **ch 1, sk 1 st, hdc 1 in next st**, repeat from **to** until you have 1 stitch left, ch 1, hdc 1 in last st, turn (=27 st).
Each repeat of row 6 will increase 4 stitches.
On the row following row 6 or a repeat of row 6: Crochet in the chain spaces instead of in the chains.
Row 7-11: Rep row 2.
Row 12: Rep row 6.
Row 13-17: Rep row 2.
Row 18: Rep row 6.
Row 19-23: Rep row 2.
Row 24: Rep row 6.
Row 25-29: Rep row 2.
Row 30: Rep row 6.
Row 31-35: Rep row 2.
Row 36: Rep row 6.
Row 37-40: Rep row 2.
Row 41: Rep row 6.
Row 42-45: Rep row 2.
Row 46: Rep row 6.
Row 47-50: Rep row 2.
Row 51: Rep row 6.
Row 52-55: Rep row 2.
Row 56: Rep row 6.
Row 57-60: Rep row 2.
Row 61: Rep row 6.
Row 62-64: Rep row 2.
Row 65: Rep row 6.
Row 66-68: Rep row 2.
Row 69: Rep row 6.
Row 70-72: Rep row 2.
Row 73: Rep row 6.
Row 74-76: Rep row 2.
Row 77: Rep row 6.
Row 78-79: Rep row 2.
Row 80: Rep row 6.
Row 81-82: Rep row 2.
Row 83: Rep row 6.
Row 84-85: Rep row 2.
Row 86: Rep row 6.
Row 87: Rep row 2.
Row 88: Rep row 6.
Row 89: Rep row 2.
Row 90: Rep row 6.
Fasten off & cut yarn.
Fasten threads & weave in ends.
Block the finished crochet triangle shawl.
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