Have you been looking for an easy crochet shawl pattern? This shawl featuring the granny stitch may be it! Read on down to find the free pattern to get started today.
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I am so excited to see all the shawls that are going to be made!
Happy Crocheting Friends.
Make this quick crochet shawl today!
This shawl is easy to make, follows a simple stitch repeat and works up with minimal ends to weave in, so you have more time to make even more patterns! Read on down to find this quick & easy crochet shawl pattern!
If you LOVE easy patterns you’ll love this Simple Granny shawl!
I designed this shawl because I love classic, but modern looking pieces like this crochet wrap I recently created. Also, simple designs are my thing! 😉 If you love simple crochet patterns then I am pretty sure you’re going to like this one.
The Stitches of a Crochet Shawl
For the entire shawl, you’ll need to learn two basic stitches, which is excellent for those of us who LOVE quick & easy patterns! (Yep like I said before that’s me!) The two stitches are the double crochet and the chain stitch.
The Stitch Chart for a Granny Shawl
I created a free stitch chart for this pattern for those that may want one as a companion to the written design. Plus, sometimes just seeing the stitches written out helps to get the design completed. This one shows the first four rows of the pattern, and if you scroll down you will find the details on the remaining rows! I hope this crochet stitch chart is useful for you!
The Yarn that’s perfect for a Crochet Granny Shawl
For this crochet shawl, I used Touch of Alpaca Yarn from Lion Brand. It is a 90% acrylic yarn & 10% Alpaca fiber hence the name touch of alpaca! This yarn is warm, incredibly soft, and the best part is that it is hypoallergenic! Once you work this up, you will see just how amazing it is and how the fiber drapes beautifully! PS: Taupe is the first color listed and is what I used for this granny shawl!
(Click the yarn images below to check them out!)
Ready to get started on this simple Granny Shawl?
Keep on scrolling down to find the granny shawl details and free crochet pattern! Let me know what you think after you make one! Happy Crocheting Friends!
The Granny Crochet Shawl Pattern Details
Description: Make a classic granny shawl today to keep you warm this fall and cozy all winter long!
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner
Touch of Alpaca Yarn from Lion Brand Yarn in Taupe (550 yards)
Size J crochet hook 6 mm
Finished Size: 68″ at widest point at the bottom of shawl and 32″ from top to bottom of the shawl. The shawl is one size fits most.
Gauge: Each dc 3 is approximately 1 inch
Notes: Ch 3’s count as a st, written in Standard US terms
Granny Crochet Shawl Pattern
Row 1: Start with a ch 3, in the 3rd ch from the hook dc 2 times, ch 2, dc 3 times in the same stitch, turn. (6)
Row 2: ch 3, 2 dc in first st, sk 2 st’s and ch 1, dc 3 times in the ch 2 space from the row before, ch 2, dc 3 more times in the same ch 2 space, sk 2 stitches, end with 3 dc’s in the last st, turn. (12)
Row 3: ch 3, dc 2 times in the first st, ch 1, dc 3 times in the next ch 1 space, ch 1, dc 3 times in the next ch 2 space, ch 2, dc 3 times in the same ch 2 space, ch 1, dc 3 times in the next ch 1 space, ch 1, sk 2 stitches, dc 3 times into the last st, turn. (18)
Row 4: ch 3, dc 2 times in the first st, ch 1, dc 3 times in the next ch 1 space, ch 1, dc 3 times in the next ch 1 space, ch 1, dc 3 times in the next ch 2 space, ch 2, dc 3 times in the same ch 2 space, ch 1, dc 3 times int the next ch 1 space, ch 1, dc 3 times in the next ch 1 space, ch1 , sk 2 stitches, end with 3 dc’s in last st, turn. (24)
Row 5 – 32: Repeat row 4 but adding a dc 3 times in a ch 1 space on each side, each round. The stitch counts for each row will be as follows starting with Row 5 and ending with Row 32:
Stitch Count for Rows 5- 32: 30,36,42,48,54,60,66,72,78,84,90,96,102,108,114,120,126,132,138,144,150,156, 162,168,174,180,186,192
After row 32 fasten off your yarn and weave in the loose ends throughout!
No Blocking Required!
This shawl shouldn’t require any blocking since the yarn has a beautiful drape to it but if you prefer to block then go ahead!
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