The rich colors remind me of caramel delight crochet shawlette. This is an easy crochet pattern to work and it is quick to grow, which makes this highly satisfying to crochet.
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Asymmetrical Triangle Shawl
I am completely in love with shawls because of their versatility. There are a number of crochet shawls that you can make from one skein of yarn. Here are a variety of easy crochet patterns for you to try.
Shawl in a Ball Yarn
For this pattern, I used one full skein of Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball Yarn. I love this yarn so much, that I added it to my Amazon Store. This is the fifth one I have designed. All five will be given to beautiful women in my family.
Tonight actually, they will be choosing their favorite. I cannot wait to see who will end up with each beauty.
Rich Natural Colored Yarn
This yarn looks just delicious with the hints of tan, caramel, and brown. With yarn that changes as you create work the pattern, it adds just the right amount of visual delight.
Light and Airy Crochet Shawlette
Video Tutorial of first 6 Rows Further Down Below Written Pattern.
Crochet Shawl Pattern Notes
This pattern starts off with an initial 6 rows of crochet.
After that, rows 3-6 are repeated until the desired length and width is reached or the skein of yarn is gone.
This is an asymmetrical shawl; therefore, the increase is only done on one side of the shawl. Therefore, one side will have a nice straight edge, while the other will have a straight edge that will continue to slant outward.
Gauge is not critical as the shawl begins with a point and continues to grow in length and width as rows are added.
At the widest point, this shawl is approximately 40 inches wide. The length is approximately 59 inches.
Directions: Caramel Delight Crochet Shawlette
Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball – Namaste neutral. 1 Skein. 481 Yards. If you are not able to find this yarn locally, you can purchase it here.
Size G 4.25 MM Crochet Hook
BLSC – Back Loop Single Crochet
CH = Chain
DC = Double Crochet
SK = Skip
SP = Space
ST = Stitch
Begin Row 1
CH 4 and DC in the 4th CH from the hook. Turn. This row counts as DC, CH 1 SP and DC.
CH 4, SK first CH 1 SP. In the 3rd ST of the initial CH 4 in the beginning row, complete a DC, CH 1, DC. Turn. This row counts as DC, CH 1,, DC, CH 1, DC.
CH 1, 2 SC in first ST, SC in every ST and Ch 1 SP across to the end of the row. Turn. The first time you complete this row, should have 7 SC as you count the initial CH 1 as a SC.
CH 1, which does not count as a ST in this row. BLSC in the first ST and each ST across until last ST remains, 2 SC in the last ST. Turn. Total of 9 SC in this row.
CH 4, DC in first ST, [CH 1, SK 1, DC in next ST] repeat between [ ] to the end of the row. Turn Note: the initial CH 4 counts as DC and CH 1 in this row.
CH 4, SK first CH 1 SP, [DC in next ST, CH 1, SK CH 1 SP,] repeat between [ ]. In the last ST work DC, CH 1, DC. Turn. Note: the initial CH 4 counts as DC and CH 1 in this row. Total of 9 DC, and 6 CH SP in this row.
Rows 7 and Beyond
Repeat Rows 3-6
Fasten off yarn, weave in all yarn ends and cut off excess.
Video Tutorial of First 6 Rows of Triangle Shawl Pattern
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I hope that you liked this pattern. If you are looking for more ideas for crocheted blankets, here are a few other blankets you may enjoy.
You can find Victoria crocheting, quilting, and creating recipes. She has worked in restaurants for many years. Her many crochet patterns and quilt patterns are enjoyed by many. In her professional career, she has worked in management in a wide variety of businesses including higher education as a dean of a division. All the while attending college part-time to achieve her doctorate in higher education with an emphasis in e-learning.
Wednesday 30th of November 2022
Hello - Is this pattern written in American terminology?
Wednesday 30th of November 2022
yes, all the patterns on the site are in US terminology. Vicky
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Friday 25th of October 2019
Thank you so much for this pattern! It is lovely and fun to make. I did find an error in the written version: row 4 should be 2 ST in last stitch, not 3. Otherwise it makes it wonky. In your video, you say to do 2, so that's how I figured it out. Thanks for such a great shawl.
Saturday 26th of October 2019
Bless you for letting me know! I will get that changed, asap. So glad you like the pattern and made one too.