I’m excited to bring back Sandra from SandraStitches as a guest designer. Sandra is sharing the third of three guest posts today with the Lavender Shawl Wrap pattern. This lacy rectangular shawl pattern is crocheted with just chains, single crochet, and double crochet stitches.
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About Sandra Stitches
Sandra Regev lives in the beautiful town of Haifa in the northern part of Israel with her husband. She is a mother of three amazing ladies and a grandma of one little man. She learned to crochet at the age of 7 taught by her mom. Crochet was a constant part of her life, especially in big decision-making periods when focus and peace of mind were needed.
When Covid hit the world and she found herself at home all day, crochet was her savior. Since
then she started designing her own patterns, mostly easy to follow with lots of texture. When not
crocheting or designing Sandra travels the world, babysits her grandson, and goes hiking with
Lavender Shawl Wrap
Lacy Rectangular Shawl Crochet Pattern by SandraStitches
- Yarnspirations Caron Cotton Ripple Cakes, 240gr, 100% Cotton,449 mt, 491 yards color 07009 English Lavender or find substitutes for Cotton Ripple Cakes on YarnSub.
- For this sample, I used 1.5 cakes
- Hook: US Size H-8 (5 mm) Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape
- 14 st X 9 rows
- This sample is 75” (190.5 cm) in length and 20” (51 cm) wide
- The pattern is worked in horizontal rows
- Ch 3 at the beginning of the row does count as a stitch
- This pattern uses pattern repeats
- You can work this pattern with one color or multiple as you wish- I used a variegated yarn
- If changing colors make sure to have a changing technique and weave your ends in
- You can decide on the width and length of the Shawl by adding multiples of chains at the foundation and row repeats
- I used only 1.5 cakes to obtain this size. You can use the whole two cakes to make the Shawl longer and wider
- This pattern calls for chain multiples of 3+5
- Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue or favorites here
- Ch 222+5
- Row 1: Dc1 in 4th Ch from hook, Dc1 in next Ch, *[Ch 3, Skip 3 Ch, Dc1 in next 3 Ch]* Repeat from *to* across to end of the chain, Finish with Dc1 in last 3 Chains. turn work
- Row 2: Ch3, Dc1 in next 2 dc from prev row, *[Ch 3, Skip 3 st, Dc 1 in next 3 st]* repeat from *to* , Finish with Dc1 in last 3 Chains. turn work
- Row 3: Ch3 , Dc 1 in next 2 st, *[Ch1, Sc1 in next Ch, Ch1, Dc 1 in next 3 st]* , repeat from *to* across, Finish with Dc1 in last 3 Chains. turn work
- Row 4: Ch3, Dc 1 in next 2 st, *[Ch1, Sc1 in next Ch, Ch1, Dc 1 in next 3 st]*, repeat from *to* across, Finish with Dc1 in last 3 Chains. turn work
- Row 5: Ch3 , Dc 1 in next 2 st, *[Ch1, Sc1 in next Ch, Ch1, Dc 1 in next 3 st]* , repeat from *to* across, Finish with Dc1 in last 3 Chains. turn work
- Row 6: Ch3 , Dc 1 in next 2 st, *[Ch1, Sc1 in next Ch, Ch1, Dc 1 in next 3 st]* , repeat from *to* across, Finish with Dc1 in last 3 Chains. turn work
- Rows 3-6 are the repeat rows for this entire Shawl wrap.
- I made 9 repeats- make sure to end with a Row 3 repeat.
- Cut yarn and weave in ends.
- You can add tassels or fringe.
- You can add beads, make it longer or shorter as you wish