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Asymmetrical Triangle Crochet Shawl – Jade and Roses

May 17, 2021
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Jade and Roses is an Asymmetrical Triangle Crochet Shawl that you can wear all year round. Contemporary and modern crochet design that creates a large wearable shawl. I am so pleased to share this lovely shawl with you and I know you will love crocheting this relaxing design!

Made using basic crochet stitches that combine to create an interesting open lace pattern, with rows of puff stitches for texture. Includes a Crochet Chart further down the page.

It is no secret that I love using Puff Stitches in my designs. This shawl has a row of puff stitches every 8 rows, and I used a ‘normal’ puff stitch with a slight modification. You make an extra yarn over to give a slight height increase, and it is explained in Special Stitches in the pattern. Practise it a few times and it will soon be very easy!

How to get the Pattern for Jades and Roses Shawl

  • Free Pattern: Scroll down this blog post for the Instructions for this shawl
  • Printable PDF: Adfree printable pattern with 5 pages including all details and a crochet chart on a separate page – Purchase on Etsy and Ravelry

I purchased the beautiful yarn I used for this shawl from Stolen Stitches in Cork, Ireland. It is a sports weight yarn, a favourite of mine. Light enough to create a lovely drape, and sturdy enough to work up quickly! The yarn is Nua sport a luxury silky yarn which was a pleasure to use and the stitch definition is amazing!

The shawl used 800g of yarn – 700m of the main colour and 100m of a contrast colour.

This Asymmetrical Triangle Crochet Shawl pattern is adjustable. You can use any yarn weight and hook and adjust the pattern repeat to give the shawl size you wish.

Check out the many Free Patterns for Crochet Shawls on my blog in all shapes and sizes! You can check them out here Crochet Shawls

Rua is a Pattern for a Lace Asymmetric Triangle Shawl alternating shell stitches with beautiful puff stitches, to form a pattern with lots of interest and visual texture!

You might like to try this beautiful Crochet Cake Yarn Shawl using just One Ball of DK weight yarn. The shape of this shawl is also asymmetric – a boomerang shape that is perfect for wrapping around your shoulders. And it is very beginner-friendly!

Read on for the Free instructions below or you can purchase the ad-free PDF version of this pattern on Etsy or Ravelry. The PDF is designed for printing. Thank you for your support!

The pattern is in US crochet terms

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Skill Level

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

Materials

Nua by Stolen Stitches Sports Weight (153yds [140m]: 60% Merino Wool, 20% Yak, 20% Linen/50gr)

Main Colour (MC): 5 skeins Hatters Tea Party 9803

Contrast Colour (CC): 1 skein Café Flamingo 9812

5.00mm crochet hook

You can use 800m – 900m of any sports weight yarn or yarn weight of your choice and matching hook. Be mindful your yarn amounts may vary.

Measurements

Shawl measures 87” [221cm] x 75” [190cm] x 44” [112cm]

Abbreviations

US crochet terms UK crochet terms
 

Beg    beginning

Yo      yarn over

Ch      chain

 

Beg    beginning

Yo      yarn over

Ch      chain

St       stitch

Sc     single crochet

St       stitch

Dc     double crochet

Dc      double crochet

Sp     space

Tr       treble crochet

Sp     space

Notes

  • In US crochet terms
  • Shawl starts at one end. Working in rows, increasing by 2 sts every second row, on one side only, until desired size is reached.
  • Pattern is an 8-row repeat
  • On straight side, ch2 does not count as a st
  • Gauge is not important. To achieve a light drape tension, I suggest you use a hook one size larger than recommended for the yarn you have chosen. Make a swatch of the first 8 rows to test your hook size.
  • A Crochet chart for the first 22 rows is included further down the page

Special Stitches

Puff stitch (PS) (modified) – Yo, insert hook into st indicated, yo and pull loop up to the height of a hdc, (3 loops on hook), yo, pull up loop 3 more times (9 loops on hook), yo and pull through 8 loops (leaving 2 loops remaining), yo and pull through last 2 loops.

Instructions for Jade and Roses Asymmetrical Triangle Crochet Shawl

Using MC ch4

Row 1: 2dc in 4th ch from hook, turn – 3dc

Row 2: Ch1, 1sc in first st, 1sc in next st, 1sc in top of t-ch, turn – 3sc

Row 3: Ch2 (does not count as a stitch here and throughout), 1dc in 1st st, 1dc in next st, 3dc in last st, turn – 5dc

Row 4: Ch1, 1sc in first st, 1sc in next 4 sts, turn – 5sc

Row 5: Ch2, 1dc in 1st st, 1dc in next 3 sts, 3dc in last st, turn – 7dc

Row 6: Ch1, 1sc in first st, 1sc in each st across, turn – 7sc

Row 7: Ch2, 1dc in first st, ch1, miss 1 st, * 1dc in next st, ch1, miss 1 st; rep from * across, making [1dc, ch1, 1dc] in last st, turn – 5dc, 4 ch-1 sp

Row 8: Ch1, 1sc in first st, 1sc in each st and ch-1 sp across, turn – 9sc

Row 9: Ch2, 1dc in first st, 1dc in each st across, 3dc in last st, turn – 11dc

Row 10: Ch1, 1sc in first st, 1sc in each st across, turn – 11sc

Row 11: Ch2, 1dc in first st, ch1, miss 1 st, * 1dc in next st, ch1, miss 1 st; rep from * across, making [1dc, ch1, 1dc] in last st, turn – 7dc, 6 ch-1 sp

Row 12: Ch1, 1sc in first st, 1sc in each st and ch-1 sp across, turn – 13sc

Row 13: Ch2, 1dc in first st, * ch1, miss 1 st, PS (see special stitches) in next st; rep from * to last 2 sts, ch1, miss 1 st, [1dc, ch1, 1dc] in last st, turn – 5PS, 3dc, 7 ch-1 sp

Row 14: Ch1, 1sc in first st, 1sc in each st, ch-1 sp, and PS across, making 1sc in last st, turn – 15sc

Continue in pattern as follows

Row 15: Ch2, 1dc in first st, ch1, miss 1 st, * 1dc in next st, ch1, miss 1 st; rep from * across, making [1dc, ch1, 1dc] in last st, turn – 9dc, 8 ch-1 sp

Row 16: Ch1, 1sc in first st, 1sc in each st and ch-1 sp across, turn – 17sc

Row 17: Ch2, 1dc in first st, 1dc in each st across, 3dc in last st, turn – 19dc

Row 18: Ch1, 1sc in first st, 1sc in each st across, turn – 19sc

Row 19: Ch2, 1dc in first st, ch1, miss 1 st, * 1dc in next st, ch1, miss 1 st; rep from * across, making [1dc, ch1, 1dc] in last st, turn – 11dc, 10 ch-1 sp

Row 20: Ch1, 1sc in first st, 1sc in each st and ch-1 sp across, fasten off yarn, turn – 21sc

Row 21: Using contrast colour, ch2, 1dc in first st, * ch1, miss 1 st, PS in next st; rep from * to last 2 sts, ch1, miss 1 st, [1dc, ch1, 1dc] in last st, fasten off yarn, turn – 9PS, 3dc, 11 ch-1 sp

Row 22: Using MC, ch1, 1sc in first st, 1sc in each st, ch-1 sp, and PS across, making 1sc in last st, turn – 23sc

Rows 23 – 134: Repeat rows 15 – 22 – 135 sc

Note: Shawl pictured changed to contrast colour for every second puff stitch row but you may wish to use it on every puff stitch row (rows 13 and 21)

Rows 135 – 140: Repeat rows 15 – 20. Fasten off MC – 141 sc

Row 141: (final row edging) Using contrast yarn, join in 1st st.  Ch3, sl st into 3rd ch from hook, skip 1 st, sc in next 3 sts, * ch3, sl st into 3rd ch from hook, skip 1 st, sc in next 3 sts; rep from * across, ending with ch3, sl st into 3rd ch from hook. Fasten off yarn.

Finishing

Weave in all loose ends. Lay project out to finished size and pull gently into shape. Pin in place and spray lightly with water and leave to dry. You can wet block shawl if desired – check your yarn fiber instructions. Add tassels if you wish.

asymmetrical triangle crochet shawl

Crochet Chart (rows 1 – 12)

You can purchase the ad-free PDF version of this pattern on Etsy or Ravelry. The PDF is designed for printing. Thank you for your support!

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  • Reply
    Susie Q in pa
    May 17, 2021 at 9:19 pm

    What is the name of the orange shawl in today’s post that you are wearing? It’s lovely and the colors are especially stunning. Thanks for taking the time to share the asymmetrical shawl pattern.

    • Reply
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      May 18, 2021 at 3:40 pm

      Hi! The model is my beautiful daughter-in-law:) I am not sure which shawl you are referring too…..is it the Rua shawl?

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