Crochet Granny Triangle Shawl


Hello lovelies! Today's crochet pattern is this lovely lacy granny triangle scarf which I absolutely loved crocheting! I used Scheepjes Whirl in Green Tea Tipple - Just look how yummy it looks!

This is a super easy and fun project to work on and it only consists of chains and double crochets, there isn't much thinking to do with this pattern so this can easily be worked on when you are watching your favourite tv programme and it works up super fast, It took me 3 days to complete this from start to finish and it only took one ball of Scheepjes Whirl yarn which you can purchase from wool warehouse here*  - who doesn't love those super quick crochet projects right?! 


If you are a complete crochet beginner, I know something like this will look very daunting but as long as you have mastered the chain stitches and double crochet stitches then you will be able to do this, just make sure you read the pattern very carefully.

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WHAT YOU WILL NEED:

HOOK - 4mm crochet hook
YARN - Scheepjes Whirl - Green Tea Tipple - 1 Ball or 1093 yards

GAUGE - N/A

SIZE:
Wingspan - 64.5 inches
Length - 33 inches


R1. Ch4, join with a slip stitch to beg ch to form a ring, ch4 (counts as 1dc, ch1) work (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in ring, ch1, 1dc in ring, turn

R2. Ch4 (counts as 1dc, ch1) 3dc in first ch1 space, ch1, work (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in ch3 space, ch1, 3dc in last ch1 space, ch1, 1dc in 3rd ch of starting ch, turn


R3. Ch4 (counts as 1dc, ch1) 3dc in first ch1 space, ch1, 3dc in next ch1 space, ch1, work (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in ch3 space, ch1, work (3dc, ch1) in next 2 ch1 spaces, 1dc in 3rd ch of starting ch, turn

R4. Ch4 (counts as 1dc, ch1) work (3dc, ch1) in each ch1 space working up the triangle side, work (3dc, ch3, 3dc) in ch3 space, ch1, work (3dc,ch1) in each ch1 space going down the triangle side, 1dc in 3rd ch of starting ch, turn

R5. Repeat row 4 until the shawls wingspan measures 64.5 inches.

You can make this shawl bigger or smaller but please remember you may need more yarn if you are making it bigger!

Fasten off and weave in ends.

I would love to your finished granny shawl, tag me on social media @cherryblossomcrochetblog

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