Mary Jane Shawl Crochet Free Pattern Page by Kristin Omdahl
This beautiful shawl has a simple construction and is very easy to make. The chevron wavy stitch pattern is easy to memorize making this a relaxing zen project. The bobble edging, which is inspired by tiny pom poms, is delicate and sweet. This PDF download pattern includes charts and the video tutorial can be viewed below:
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What you will need:
- 1278 yds (1169m) #3 dk weight yarn
- I/9 (5.5mm) crochet hook
- Yarn needle
Be So Baby Yarn; 142 yds (130m) per 1.75oz (50gm); 100% milk (casein) fiber; color Orchid, 9 balls.
Note: Be So Baby Yarn is discontinued. Here are some suggested yarn substitutions for a suitable DK weight yarn:
Cotton Bamboo Light Yarn: 60% bamboo / 40% cotton; 153 yds (140m) per 100 gm (3.5oz) ball. It comes in 29 colors. The suggested needle size is 3 – 4 mm (US 4 – US 6). I think the drape of this yarn would be comparable to Be So Baby Yarn. It is labeled a #3 DK weight yarn. This yarn retails for $2.25/ball or $8.99 per 4 balls.
Sirdar Snuggly Baby Bamboo DK Yarn: #3 dk weight 80% bamboo / 20% wool; 104 yds per 50 gm ball; needle size US6. I think the drape and weight of this yarn would be comparable to Be So Baby Yarn. It comes in 13 colors retails for $6.75 per ball.
CotLin: #3 Dk weight 70% Tanguis Cotton, 30% Linen; 123 yds per 50gm skein; suggested needle size US 5 – 7. I think the drape and weight of this yarn would be comparable to Be So Baby Yarn. It comes in 44 colors and retails for $4.99 per skein.
Sirdar Snuggly Baby Bamboo DK; #3 Dk weight 80% bamboo / 20% wool; 104 yds per 50gm ball; Suggested needle size US6. I think the drape and weight of this yarn would be comparable to Be So Baby Yarn. It comes in 12 colors and retails for $6.50 per ball.
30 in (76.2cm) wide x 72 in (182.9cm) long.
Each pattern repeat is 6 in (15.2cm) wide x 2 in (5cm) tall, after blocking.
See website glossary for chain (ch), double crochet (dc), single crochet (sc), double treble crochet (dtr), double treble crochet 3 together (dtr3tog), 5 double crochet cluster (5dc-cl), foundation single crochet (fsc) and slip stitch (slst).
Row 1: FSC 90. — 90 scs
Row 2: Ch5 (counts as dtr), 2dtr in same first st, 1dtr in ea of next 5 sts, (dtr3tog over next 3 sts)x2, 1dtr in ea of next 5 sts, 3dtr in next st, *3dtr in next st, 1dtr in ea of next 5 sts, (dtr3tog over next 3 sts)x2, 1dtr in ea of next 5 sts, 3dtr in next st. Rep from * across. — 90 sts
Row 3: Ch1, sc in ea st across. — 90 sts
Rows 4 – 71: Rep rows 2 – 3 34 more times. Do not fasten off.
Round 1: Ch1, *(sc, ch3, 5dc-cl, ch3, slst) in next st, 1sc in ea of next 2 sts*. Rep from * to * across row 71 of shawl, turn work to begin crocheting along end of rows, then work **(sc, ch3, 5dc-cl, ch3, slst) in end of sc row, 4sc in end of dtr row**. rep from ** to ** to row 1, turn work to crochet across free loops of row 1, repeat from * to * across row 1, turn work to work across end of rows, repeat from ** to ** across end of rows until you reach the beginning of round, slst to join. Fasten off.
Weave in loose ends. Hand wash, block to finished measurements and allow to dry.
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