The Treble Crochet Tutorial plus Trinity Crochet Shawl Pattern by Kristin Omdahl
The treble crochet stitch is taller than the single crochet, half double crochet and double crochet stitches. It is the first stitch that expands on the technique of double crochet. It has a distinct front and back side and creates a moderately relaxed fabric. Here you will explore how to manipulate the treble crochet stitch to make a variety of different shapes including how to crochet even in rows and rounds, circles, squares, rectangles, hexagons, and top down increasing triangles. Use these shapes to make singular projects or joined motif projects. Included are 90 suggested standard sizes for projects you can make using these shapes. And finally, a pattern to make a beautiful and colorful triangular shawl with a crocheted pom-pom-like edging.
As of 10-4-19, this PDF also includes pattern modifications to make the Trinity Crochet Shawl in Be So Sporty and Be So Dazzling Yarn as shown in the additional photos.