Everyday Shawl Crochet Pattern

I’m so excited to share this super fun and easy shawl pattern with you guys! I designed this shawl to be stylish, yet cozy. The perfect everyday shawl to wrap yourself up in – whether heading out to the mall, office, or dinner with friends.

This pattern is great if you are new to crocheting shawls/wraps. Its worked from the top down in a triangular shape, repeating the same four rows until you have reached the desired length. I’ve even included a short video to demonstrate the stitch pattern for my followers who prefer to learn visually.


I have written out and posted the free pattern for The Everyday Shawl below on this page.

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Everyday Shawl Crochet Pattern


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Materials:

Measurements:

This triangular shawl measures: 72” wide X 32 long”

Special Stitches:

Cluster Stitch:  *Yarn Over, insert hook into specified stitch and draw up a loop to the height of a DC; Yarn Over and draw through two loops; repeat from * two more times in same stitch; Yarn Over and draw through all four loops remaining on hook.

Abbreviations:

CH: Chain.

HDC: Half Double Crochet

CL: Cluster Stitch

Video Tutorial:

Pattern:

With Colour A, make a Magic Ring.

Row 1: CH2 (counts as first HDC); (2 HDC, CH 1, 3 HDC) in the ring; tighten ring and turn.

Row 2: CH2 (counts as first HDC); HDC in first hdc, HDC in next 2 hdc; HDC, CH 1, HDC in ch1 space; HDC in next 2 hdc, 2HDC in last hdc; turn.

Rows 3 – 5: CH2 (counts as first HDC), HDC in first stitch; HDC in each following stitch until you reach ch 1 space; HDC, CH 1, HDC in ch1 space; HDC in each following stitch until you reach the last stitch; 2 HDC in last stitch; turn.

Row 6: CH2 (counts as first HDC), CL in first stitch; *HDC in next stitch, CL in next stitch; repeat from * until ch 1 space; HDC, CH 1, HDC in ch1 space; **CL in next stitch, HDC in next stitch; repeat from ** until last stitch; CL, HDC in last stitch.

At this point, your work should look like the image below.

Repeat rows 3-6 eleven more times (or until shawl measures 63” wide X 27.5” long).  Change to Colour B and repeat rows 3-6 twice more. Fasten off and weave in ends.


I hope you enjoyed this free pattern and I am so grateful for your support!  Don’t forget that you can purchase the ad-free PDF file.  Purchasing the PDF file helps support this website and allows me to continue to share my patterns and inspiration with you guys!   

Should you have any issues with the download, please email: info@leeleeknits.com for assistance. 

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5 thoughts on “Everyday Shawl Crochet Pattern

  1. Hi LeeLee. I love this shawl pattern. I would like to crochet this as a rectangle for a prayer shawl. Will it be difficult to convert the pattern to 72″ long by 24″ wide?

    1. Hi Jean, it should be fairly straightforward. The pattern is just 3 rows of HDC, followed by one row of alternating HDC with a Cluster. You just need to chain until your chain is the desired length of the shawl (72″). Make sure that you end up with an odd number of stitches since if you start a row with a cluster, you want to end it with a cluster too (eg: cl, hdc, cl, hdc, cl). I hope this helps. Do a small swatch first to make sure you have it.

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