Tender Celeste Crochet Shawl with Boho Fringe FREE Pattern
by Kristin Omdahl
This is a super simple and easy to memorize top down crochet shawl. It works up quickly with worsted weight yarn and a J/10 (6mm) crochet hook. Makes a great last minute gift, too! The twisted fringe adds a boho touch to this gorgeous, organic cotton shawl.
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Make sure you check out any of the 3 tutorial videos made for this shawl: regular speed for right handed or left handed crocheters, and slower speed for beginners.
What you will need:
- 420 yds (384m) #4 dk weight yarn
- J/10 (6mm) crochet hook
- Fringe twister (optional) I found mine HERE
- Stitch marker (optional)
- Yarn needle
58 in (147.3cm) wide x 29 in (73.7cm) long, not including the 5 in (12.7cm) fringe
Gauge is not critical for this project however I achieved gauge of 12 sts / 4 rows = 4 in (10cm) in established pattern after blocking.
Here are some suggested size recommendations for top down triangular shawls:
Suggested Shawl sizes:
Kerchief: 36 in (91cm) wide x 18 in (46cm) long
Shawlette: 24 in (61cm) – 30 in (76cm) wide x 48 in (122cm) to 60 in (152cm) wide
Full sized shawl: 36 in (91cm) – 40 in (102cm) long x 72 in (183cm) to 80 in (203cm) wide
In the video tutorial, I used Vanna’s Choice by Lion Brand Yarn in color dusty blue.
Use the yarn estimate guide on page 3 to determine the amount of yarn you will need to make this shawl in a similar size with various weights of yarn.
Chain (ch), and double crochet (dc).
- Weave in loose ends as work progresses
- Turn work at the end of each row.
- Have fun! Remember the point of being creative is to enjoy it!
Watch tutorial video here:
Row 1 (RS): Ch4 (counts as beg ch and dc), work 8 dc in 4th ch from hook, turn.
Row 2: Ch7 (counts as dc, ch4), dc in first st, ch4, sk 2 sts, dc in sp before next st, ch4, sk 3 sts, dc in sp before next st, ch4, sk 2 sts, (dc, ch4, dc) in sp before last st. — 5 ch-4 sps
Row 3: Ch3 (counts as dc), [work 3dc in next ch-4 sp] 2 times, 9dc in next ch4 sp, place marker (pm) into center dc to mark center of shawl, [3dc in next ch-4 sp] 2 times, dc in last st.
Row 4 (WS): Ch7 (counts as dc, ch4) dc in in sp between first 2 sts, *sk 3 sts, dc in sp before next st, ch4; rep from * to last 4 dc, replacing the center marker into the center ch-4 sp, sk 3 sts, (dc, ch4, dc) in sp before last st. — 9 ch-4 sps
Row 5 (RS): Ch3 (counts as dc), work 3dc in ea ch-4 sp to marked center ch-4 sp, 9dc in center ch-4 sp, 3dc in ea ch-4 sp to end, dc in 3rd ch of beg ch-7.
Rows 6 – 25: rep rows 4 and 5 ten more times. Fasten off.
Fringe: cut (51 x 4 = 204) pieces of yarn 18″ long. Using 4 strands at a time, evenly attach fringe to long V edge of shawl with a slip knot. You should have approx 51 fringes across row 25 (or the lower V edge of shawl).
With fringe twister, attach four strands of each fringe in each of 2 clamps. Twist 20 times. Remove fringe without letting the twist go, and tie all 48strands of the fringe together in a knot, leaving as little of yarn left over as possible (approx 1/2″). The two sets of twists will twist on each other again for a doubled twist (like a rope). Repeat for each 4-strand fringe. With sharp scissors trim the edges of each fringe. Add a few drops of fray check for the raw edges.
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