Today I have a simple crochet shrug pattern for you all.
A few years back I crochet a sample stitch piece that I never used for any projects, but for some reason it went VIRAL. I received so many messages from people asking me for the pattern to this stitch, where they could find it, and so on. The problem was I never could find the perfect pattern to use this stitch in.
Well, here we are. Years have passed and I am FINALLY using the famous “Yarnspirations shared this stitch” stitch and am so excited to be sharing it with you all.
I have the oversized Dakota shrug for you all today!
Shrug is worked as a rectangle, sleeves seamed. Ribbing is worked last.
Chain two does not count as a stitch.
One size fits most.
In Half Double Crochet Using 5.50mm Crochet Hook
12 Sts = 4”
12 Rows = 4”
5.50mm Crochet Hook
1,100-1,400 yards Worsted Weight Yarn (I used Yarnspirations Bernat Pop in Foggy Notion)
Ch - Chain
SL ST - Slip Stitch
HDC - Half Double Crochet
DC - Double Crochet
Sts - Stitches
Sk - Skip
R1 - Turn, HDC into the 2nd Ch from the hook and across the row (119)
R2-R3 - Ch1, Turn, HDC across (119)
R4 - Ch2, Turn, *DC, Ch1, Sk1, DC, Repeat from * across (119)
R5 - Ch1, Turn, *HDC, HDC around chain space, HDC, Repeat from * across (119)
R6-R7 - Ch1, Turn, HDC across (119)
Repeat R4-R7 for a total of 51 rows.
Fold corners in. Seam edges together leaving 4-4.5” open for the sleeve opening.
R1 - HDC into 2nd Ch from hook and across, Sl St into next 2 Sts (28)
R2 - Turn, HDC BLO into half double crochet stitches (28)
R3 - Ch1, Turn, HDC BLO across, Sl St into next 2 Sts (28)
Repeat rows 2 & 3 all the way around the inner opening of the shrug. Slip Stitch last row to the first row.
Fasten off, weave in ends.
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