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Vintage Peach – One Skein Crochet Triangle Shawl

July 24, 2020
one skein crochet shawl pattern

Vintage Peach is a light and airy One Skein Crochet Triangle Shawl. The pattern is simplicity at its best! Once you have the first few rows established, it is basically a one-row repeat pattern. When you have completed your shawl, it is the essential blocking that turns it into this beautiful delicate creation! Add a touch of cream for the edging, and you have a Vintage inspired crochet accessory to be proud of! Get the Free Pattern and Video Tutorial below or purchase the ad-free PDF version of this pattern on Ravelry or on Etsy. The PDF is designed for printing.

vintage peach one skein crochet shawl

I used One Skein of a fingering weight yarn to make my shawl. I had been hoarding a very precious skein of La Bien Aimee that I had purchased on a weekend break last year. The beautiful yarn needed a simple stitch pattern that would show the gorgeous flecks of colour at their best. I hope I did it justice! The pattern is very versatile and you can use any yarn you wish. A DK weight yarn (Light Worsted) and a suitable crochet hook, would also be perfect for a fast project and would make a cozy scarf/shawl for winter. You just stop crocheting when your shawl is large enough, or you run out of yarn. Add a contrast border or make your shawl in a single colour.

Vintage Peach uses Treble Stitches (double treble in UK crochet terms) so it is a fast make worked in rows from the bottom up to create a wide shallow triangle shawl. It is suitable for beginners and I have included a Video Tutorial further down the page to help you along. Just make sure to block your shawl when finished, this is where the magic happens!

You can also see the tutorial on You Tube

The Free pattern below is in US Crochet Terms 

More Free Crochet Shawl Patterns

You might like to check out some of my other popular Crochet Shawl patterns, some of them using only one skein of yarn

crochet shawls free patterns1. Tendril Shawl  2. Fragrant Shawl  3. Little Fictions  4. Flora Shawl

Skill Level

Only basic stitches are used in this shawl but some concentration is required until the row increases are established.


  • La Bien Aimee Merino Singles /400yds [366m]: Merino Superwash/100gr) in colourway Peche Pom Pom
  • A small amount of fingering weight yarn for the border in cream, if you wish
  • 4mm crochet hook, or whatever hook size gives a loose tension
  • You can use 400m of any fingering weight yarn or yarn weight of your choice and matching hook.


Shawl pictured measures 68 in [173cm] length x 22 in [59cm] depth after blocking


US Crochet Terms (UK terms in brackets)

Beg – beginning

Ch – chain

St – stitch

Sp – space

Sc – single crochet (UK double crochet)

Tr – treble crochet (UK double treble crochet)


  • The main body is worked in one piece from bottom-up, increasing on each side until a shallow wide triangle is made.
  • The shawl can be made larger or smaller by working more or fewer pattern repeats. This will alter the amount of yarn required.
  • You can use any Fingering weight yarn to achieve a similar effect
  • You can use a DK weight yarn and matching hook
  • Includes written instructions and a video. Pattern written in US crochet terms
  • Gauge is not important. Blocking is recommended as a must for this design! Your shawl will be transformed

Special Stitches

Picot: Ch 3, sl st into 3rd ch from hook

Video for Vintage Peach Shawl

Instructions for One Skein Crochet Triangle Shawl

Using 4.0mm hook, chain 5 (counts as 1 tr and beg ch)

Row 1: (1 tr, ch 3, 2 tr) in 5th ch from hook, turn – 4 tr, 1 x ch-3

Row 2: Ch 4 (counts as 1 tr here and throughout), [1 tr, ch 3, 1 tr] in 1st st (base of ch 4), 1 sc in ch-3 sp, [1 tr, ch 3, 2 tr] in last st (top of beg ch 4), turn – 6 tr, 1 sc, 2 x ch-3

Row 3: Ch 4, [1 tr, ch 3, 1 tr] in 1st st, 1 sc in next ch-3 sp, [1 tr, ch 3, 1 tr] in next sc, 1 sc in next ch-3 sp, [1 tr, ch 3, 2 tr] in last st (top of beg ch 4), turn – 8 tr, 2 sc, 3 x ch-3

Row 4: Ch 4, [1 tr, ch 3, 1 tr] in 1st st, 1 sc in next ch-3 sp, [1 tr, ch 3, 1 tr] in next sc, 1 sc in next ch-3 sp, [1 tr, ch 3, 1 tr] in next sc, 1 sc in next ch-3 sp, [1 tr, ch 3, 2 tr] in last st (top of beg ch 4), turn – 10 tr, 3 sc, 4 x ch-3

Row 5: Ch 4, [1 tr, ch 3, 1 tr] in 1st st, * 1 sc in next ch-3 sp, [1 tr, ch 3, 1 tr] in next sc; rep from * across, ending with [1 tr, ch 3, 2 tr] in last st (top of beg ch 4), turn

Rows 5 – 44: repeat row 5. Fasten off yarn. Continue to border. You can choose to make the border with the same yarn as body of the shawl if you wish or use a contrast colour.


You will be working down the first side of the shawl to ‘peak’ (beg of pattern). You will place each sc in either a ch4 or side post of a tr, as you work your way along the side. I have included a short helpful guide for the edging in the video if you need it

Row 1: Turn piece to work down 1st side, ch 2, picot (see special stitches), ch 2, 1 sc around 1st row end, * [ch 2, picot, ch 2], 1 sc around next row end; rep from * working down the side of shawl to bottom peak, and continuing up 2nd side. Work [ch 2, picot, ch 2] sl st in final st. Fasten off.


Weave in all loose ends. Soak your shawl in lukewarm water and gently wring in a towel. Lay project out to finished size and pull gently into shape. Pin in place and leave to dry. Take your time pinning finished shawl, and I recommend that you use a pin on each ‘point’ of the border…….it will make a huge difference to the finished piece! Add tassels if you wish.

You can purchase a printable PDF on Ravelry
Or purchase on Etsy

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  • Reply
    August 6, 2020 at 9:42 am

    Beautiful, as are all your patterns 🙂

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