If you’re looking for a pretty, textured, easy to crochet shawl pattern for Spring, the Victoria Shawl crochet pattern may be exactly what you need! This bottom up design allows for different weight yarns to be used, depending on what you have in your stash!
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Victoria Shawl Crochet Pattern
This pattern was first released in 2018. I had just received a few cakes of Victoria patterns to create something new. The Victoria Shawl came together easily. The simple stitch pattern, the fun way the long color changes happen in this self-striping yarn, and the fun tassels on each corner made this a favorite of mine.
Although I LOVE the way it looks using Lion Brand Mandala“>Mandala, I had a few hanks of Hawthorne Kettle Dye in the color Contessa left over from the Contessa Pullover and wanted to see what this design would look like in a lighter weight.
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For this design I used Hawthorne Kettle Dye yarn in the color Contessa. This yarn is available at WeCrochet and comes in Kettle Dye (20 colorways), Multi (30 colorways), Speckle (15 colorways), Tonal (12 colorways), and Bare options. Using this yarn was an easy choice. Picking just one color? Almost impossible.
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Yarn: DK Weight #3 (or yarn weight of choice). Sample above made in Lion Brand Mandala” target=”_blank” rel=”noreferrer noopener”>Lion Brand Mandala.
See approximate yardage for individual sizes below.
Hook: I used my Furls Crochet Alpha Swirl G (4.00 mm).
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Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends.
|Child Small||42″/66 cm||20″/56 cm||550 yds/ 754 m|
|Child Large||52″/66 cm||24″/56 cm||600 yds/ 950 m|
|Adult||62″/76 cm||28″/71 cm||650 yds/ 1189 m|
- ch: chain
- dc: double crochet
- puff: puff stitch
- sk: skip
- sl st: slip stitch
- sp: space
- st(s): stitch(es)
Not neccessary for the success of this project. Choose a hook size that feels comfortable for the size of yarn you choose. I recommend trying two sizes above what is on the yarn label.
Puff Stitch: [Yarn over, insert hook into stitch, pull up loop] 3 times, yarn over, pull through 6 loops, yarn over, pull through last 2 loops.
SPECIAL PATTERN NOTES
The Victoria Shawl is worked from the bottom point up. This means that any weight yarn can be used successfully. Just start with Row 1 and continue until your Shawl measurement is in line with the final wingspan found on the chart on Page 1. Use a hook size that is 2 sizes larger than what is recommended on the Yarn Sleeve.
Ch3 counts as a dc throughout.
VICTORIA SHAWL CROCHET PATTERN INSTRUCTIONS
1: Ch4 (counts as dc), (dc, ch1, 2dc) in 4th chain from hook. (4 dc)
2: Ch3, turn, sk 2 dc, (puff, ch2, puff) in ch1 sp, sk 2 dc, dc in last dc. (2 puffs)
3: Ch4 (counts as dc, ch1), turn, 2dc in same as ch4, sk 1 puff, (2dc, ch1, 2dc) in ch2 sp, sk 1 puff, 2dc, ch1, dc) in previous row ch3. (10 dc)
4: Ch3, turn, (puff, ch2, puff) in ch 1 sp, *sk 4 dc, (puff, ch2, puff) in next ch 1 sp, repeat from * once, dc in last dc. (6 puffs)
5: Ch4 (counts as dc, ch1), turn, 2dc in same as ch4, sk 1 puff, *(2dc, ch1, 2dc) in ch2 sp, sk 2 puff,
repeat from * across to last puff, (2dc, ch1, 2dc) in ch2 sp, sk 1 puff, (2dc, ch1, dc) in previous row ch3. (18 dc)
6: Ch3, turn, (puff, ch2, puff) in ch 1 sp, *sk 4 dc, (puff, ch2, puff) in next ch 1 sp, repeat from * across, dc in last dc. (10 puffs)
Repeat 5 and 6 until your Shawl reaches the final wingspan desired, ending after a repeat of 6. Use the Chart on Page 1 as a guide.
Fasten off and Weave in all ends.
Optional, add a tassel to each corner. Want more info? Check out the tassel tutorial video below!
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