The Scarlett Shawl - Free Crochet Pattern

***The AD FREE printable PDF for this pattern can be found HERE.***

Hey Guy’s!

Today I have a quick and simple shawl pattern for you all! The Scarlett Shawl was designed with drape and minimalism in mind. I am SO happy to be sharing this design today!

The shape of this shawl is one I personally have never seen before. It began as a simple triangle design but after a few failed attempts I went ahead and added an extra “point” to my triangle, which in turn created a squared bottom and pointed edges, I LOVE how it worked up!

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The yarn I used for this pattern was found at my local Joann’s. I used Lion Brand’s Cupcake yarn in Coffee Break. Using Lion Brand’s Cupcake yarn made total sense for two reasons;

  1. It’s variegated which means less ends to weave in.

  2. This cake comes with 590 yards!

Let’s get into the pattern!


Notes:

Shawl is worked from the to center out, creating the width and length at once.

Chain 3 counts as a double crochet.

Finished Measurement:

Widest Width - 52'“

Bottom Width - 23”

Length - 18”

Materials:

5.00mm Crochet Hook

Approx. 500 yards light weight (3) yarn (I love to use Lion Brand Cupcake in Coffee Break)

Scissors

Measuring Tape

Yarn Needle

Gauge:

Using a 5.00mm Crochet Hook

13 Double Crochet Stitches = 4”

7 Double Crochet Rows = 4”



Abbreviations:

Ch – Chain

DC - Double Crochet

Pattern:

Notes -

  1. Chain 3 counts as a double crochet.

  2. Each repeating row should increase by 8 stitches.

  3. The printable PDF for this pattern can be found HERE.

Begin with a magic circle

R1 - Ch3, 2DC into circle, Ch2, 3DC into circle, Ch2, 3DC into circle (9)

R2 - Ch3, 2DC into same stitch, *DC into each stitch up to chain space, (DC, Ch2, DC) into chain space, Repeat from * once more, DC into each stitch until once stitch remains, 3DC into last stitch (17)

R3 - Ch3, 2DC into same stitch, *DC into each stitch up to chain space, (DC, Ch2, DC) into chain space, Repeat from * once more, DC into each stitch until once stitch remains, 3DC into last stitch (25)

Repeat row 3 for a total of 32 rows.

Fasten off, weave in all ends.

Tassels (Make 4):

Step 1 - Cut approx. 32 strands of yarn measuring 6” long (or desired amount for tassel thickness).

Step 2 - Save 2 strands for later, Lay the rest of the strands evenly together in a bunch. Tie 1 extra strand around the center of the bunch. Fold in half, take 1 extra strand and tie it approx. 1” from the top of the folded portion.

Step 3 - Tie tassel to one point of the shawl.