Half Circle Crochet Shawl made in luxurious Alpaca/cotton yarn. A very wearable shawl design to wrap around your neck and add a pop of colour to your wardrobe. Add some fun tassels for extra flair. I have included a row by row Colour Repeat List for you and row by row Instructions. So just relax and crochet!
Crocheted from the top down with an easy to remember increase sequence. Handy stitch count chart included to keep you on track!
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Only basic stitches are used in this pattern, but some concentration is required until the row increases are established.
- KnitPicks – Kindred DK, 68% Baby Alpaca, 32% Pima Cotton/50gr/115yds
- 2 balls each of Cargo (yarn A), Driftwood (yarn B), Cactus (yarn C), Wintergreen (yarn D)
- 4.5mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
- Darning needle.
You can use any DK weight yarn to achieve a similar effect. The shawl pictured uses approx. 800m of yarn in total.
- Pattern uses US crochet terms and you can find UK terms in Abbreviations
- Beginning 2ch does not count as a stitch
- The shawl is made up of 7 wedges each separated by a ch-1 space.
- Each double crochet row increases by one stitch in each wedge – (ie by 7 sts in each row)
- You do not increase on single crochet rows
- To change colour at end of row, work last stitch of old colour to last yarn over, yarn over with new colour and draw through all loops on hook to complete stitch.
- Written instructions with a chart for stitch counts for each row, and each wedge
Work 14 sts and 8 rows in double crochet (dc) to measure 10 x 10cm/4 x 4in using 4.5mm hook
158cm [62in] x 61cm [24in]
|US Crochet Terms
Sc single crochet
Dc double crochet
|UK Crochet Terms
Dc double crochet
Tc treble crochet
Colour Repeat Sequence
Rows 1-19: yarn A
Rows 20-21: yarn B
Row 2: yarn A
Rows 23-24: yarn C
Row 25: yarn A
Rows 26-27: yarn D
Row 28: yarn A
Rows 29-30: yarn B
Row 31: yarn A
Rows 32-33: yarn C
Rows 34: yarn A
Rows 35-36: yarn D
Row 37: yarn A
Rows 38–41: yarn B
Rows 42–45: yarn C
Rows 46–49: yarn D
Row 50: yarn A
Instructions For Half Circle Shawl
Using 4mm hook and yarn A, make a magic ring
Row 1: Ch2 (does not count as a st here and throughout), 7dc in ring, turn – 7dc
Row 2: Ch2, 2dc in 1st st (at base of ch2), 2dc in each of the next 5 sts, 1dc in last st, turn – 13dc
Row 3: Ch2, 2dc in 1st st, * ch1, miss 1 st, 2dc in next st; rep from * across, turn – 14dc, 6 ch-1 sp
Row 4: Ch2, 2dc in 1st st, 1dc in next st, [ch1, miss ch-1 sp, 2dc in next st, 1dc in next st] rep 6 times, turn – 21dc, 6 ch-1 sp
Row 5: Ch2, 2dc in 1st st, 1dc in next 2 sts, [ch1, miss ch-1 sp, 2dc in next st, 1dc in next 2 sts] rep 6 times – 28dc, 6 ch-1 sp
Row 6: Ch2, 2dc in 1st st, 1dc in each st to ch-1 sp, [ch1, miss ch-1 sp, 2dc in next st, 1dc in each st of wedge] rep 6 times, turn – 5dc in each wedge
You will begin to see pattern repeat. Shawl has 7 wedges in total, each wedge divided by a ch-1 space. Each row increases 1 stitch in each wedge – increase of 7 sts in each row
See stitch count chart below for reference to check each row if needed
Row 7: Ch2, 2dc in 1st st, 1dc in each st to ch-1 sp, [ch1, miss ch-1 sp, 2dc in next st, 1dc in each st of wedge] rep 6 times, turn
Rows 8 – 19: Repeat row 7. Fasten off yarn A
Rows 20 – 21: Using Yarn B, repeat row 7. Fasten off yarn
Row 22: Using Yarn A, ch 1, 1sc in each st to ch-1 sp, [ch1, miss ch-1 sp, 1sc in each st of wedge] rep 6 times, turn. Fasten off yarn – 20sc in each wedge
Rows 23 – 24: Using yarn C, repeat row 7. Fasten off yarn
Row 25: Using yarn A, repeat row 22. Fasten off yarn
Rows 26 – 27: Using yarn D, repeat row 7. Fasten off yarn
Row 28: Using yarn A, repeat row 22. Fasten off yarn
Rows 29 – 30: Using yarn B, repeat row 7. Fasten off yarn
Row 31: Using yarn A, repeat row 22. Fasten off yarn
Rows 32 – 33: Using yarn C, repeat row 7. Fasten off yarn
Row 34: Using yarn A, repeat row 22. Fasten off yarn
Rows 35 – 36: Using yarn D, repeat row 7. Fasten off yarn
Row 37: Using yarn A, repeat row 22. Fasten off yarn
Rows 38 – 41: Using yarn B, repeat row 7. Fasten off yarn
Rows 42 – 45: Using yarn C, repeat row 7. Fasten off yarn
Rows 46 – 49: Using yarn D, repeat row 7. Fasten off yarn
Row 50: Using yarn A, repeat row 22. Fasten off yarn
Row 51: Using yarn B, repeat row 22. Fasten off yarn and weave in all ends.
42 sts in each wedge at end of row 51
Your shawl will benefit from blocking. Soak in a lukewarm wool solution, squeeze out water and roll gently in a towel. Pin out to desired size, leave until completely dry.
Make 21 tassels as follows: Using for eg. a phone approx. 3-4” in width, cut a 12” length of yarn and lay across top of mobile – this will be used to tie top of tassel. Wrap yarn around phone about 20 times (depending on thickness required). Using the 12” tie, knot top of tassel tightly. Cut tassel at opposite end. Wrap another length of yarn around tassel 1/2” from top approx. 6 times and knot ends together. Trim if needed and sew securely using ties, evenly spaced (3 tassels in each wedge) along bottom of shawl.
Stitch Count Chart
|Row no.||Total stitches in row||Stitches in wedge||Row no.||Total stitches in row||Stitches in wedge|
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