I’m sharing a beautiful, knit-look crochet shawlette pattern by guest designer Lindsey Dale from Winding Road Crochet. This pattern is a simple-t0-make project that you can wear year round. It includes both right- and left-handed video tutorials, too.
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About Lindsey Dale
Lindsey Dale is the crochet designer behind the blog Winding Road Crochet. As a desert dweller she is inspired by a brighter version of the traditional southwest colors and patterns. She loves to create modern style crochet patterns that look complex but are easy to crochet. She has a 5 year old dinosaur enthusiast and a curly haired baby girl that inspire many of her patterns as well. Beyond crochet, she loves taking road trips and hiking with her family. You will rarely find her traveling without her yarn.
Crochet Pattern by Winding Road Crochet
Hi, I am Lindsey Dale from the blog Winding Road Crochet. I am so happy to be sharing my Rosabelle Shawlette with you today.
Like many of my patterns, the Rosabelle Shawlette was inspire by a knitted piece I spotted on Pinterest a few years ago and the image of that shawl has been stuck in my head since. I really wanted to create something with a light and airy feel for the warmer months. Living in the desert, I experience a lot of warmer months.
I love the look of knitted items, but I am afraid I am a beginner knitter at best. So I turned to my crochet hooks and for a few months I have been looking for the perfect way to get that light and airy look with crochet.
I decided on an asymmetrical triangle shape to cut down on bulkiness. I wanted to work the shawl from side to side and using the asymmetrical style I could make a triangle by increasing and omit all decreasing in the pattern.
To keep the Rosabelle Shawlette light and airy I used a large hook with Red Heart’s Hygge Charm yarn. This yarn is beautiful and feminine with just a touch of sparkle. The Hygge Charm comes in many muted colors, but for this project I choose the Meteor color for its light dusty rose hue.
My goal with this pattern was to get a ribbed look similar to the garter knit stitch and to keep the pattern very beginner friendly. This pattern uses only single crochet, increasing with single crochet and working the the back loops only to create a ribbed texture.
This pattern works up very fast and has a simple two row repeat that is easy to memorize. I really hope you love your Rosabelle Shawl.
Notes from Underground Crafter
- This pattern uses U.S. abbreviations.
- Right and left handed video tutorials are available at the end of the pattern.
- 186 yards or 3 oz of Red Heart Hygge Charm in Meteor
- Crochet Hook Size 12mm
- Yarn Needle
Stitches and Abbreviations
- BLO – Back Loop Only
- Ch – Chain
- R – Row
- Sc – Single Crochet
- St(s) – Stitch(es)
- I made a gauge swatch using regular single crochet.
- 4 Sc = 2 inches
- 6 Rows = 2 inches
- Longest side of the shawlette measures 51 inches (129.5 cm).
- Triangle point from top to point measures 17 inches (43 cm).
- R1: Sc in the 2nd Ch from the hook, Sc in the next Ch. (2)
- R2: Ch1, Turn, Sc in the BLO of the next 2 Sts. (2)
- R3: Ch1, Turn, Work 2 Sc in the BLO of the first St. Sc in the BLO of the next St. (3)
- R4: Ch1, Turn, Sc in the BLO of the next 3 Sts. (3)
- R5: Ch1, Turn, Work 2 Sc in the BLO of the first St. Sc in the BLO of the next 2 Sts. (3)
- R6: Ch 1, Turn, Sc in the BLO of the next 4 Sts.
- R7: Ch1, Turn, Work 2 Sc in the BLO of the first St. Sc in the BLO of each St until the end of the row.
- R8: Ch1, Turn, Sc in the BLO of each St until the end of the row.
- Repeat Rows 7 and 8 until you have a total of 90 Rows. Fasten off and weave in your ends.
- For those of you that like to have a stitch count for every row I have created a chart just for you.
© 2019 by Lindsey Dale (Winding Road Crochet) and published with permission by Underground Crafter. This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this pattern. Do not violate Lindsey’s copyright by distributing this pattern or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. if you want to share the pattern, point your friends to this link: https://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/2019/04/08/crochet-pattern-rosabelle-shawlette-by-winding-road-crochet/. Thanks for supporting indie designers!
Watch the right handed tutorial…
…or the left handed tutorial.