Free Crochet Shawl Pattern - Naya Shawl


Hello lovelies! Today i have a new(ish) crochet pattern for you all, i designed this crochet rectangle shawl a little while ago and had it as a paid pattern in my online shops but from today i have put it as a free pattern for you all to enjoy, Yay! 

I love working on shawl patterns especially if they have repeat rows that you can remember as they can easily be worked up whilst doing a few other things and this crochet shawl pattern fits the bill. This is fun, easy and beginner friendly.

For this pattern i used Drops Baby Merino in a fingering weight yarn and a 5mm crochet hook. I know some of you are not as keen to use fingering weight yarns as they can take AGES to work up a pattern but this one worked up really quick and what i was looking to achieve was a nice light and airy shawl something that wasn't heavy. I did try this pattern in a dk yarn and an aran weight yarn but i really wasn't happy with it how it looked and felt so tried it with a much lighter weight yarn and to me it done the job and i hope you enjoy it just as much too. 

Please remember all my patterns are written using US crochet terminology.

Happy Hooking!



WHAT YOU WILL NEED:


CROCHET HOOK// 5mm (US H)


YARN// Any 4ply yarn - Recommended - Drops Baby Merino - Colourway - Light Sea Green
(1528 yards)


NOTIONS:
Scissors
Tape Measure
Tapestry/Darning Needle - To weave in ends


GAUGE:
N/A


FINISHED MEASUREMENT: (Approx)
Width - 19.5 inches
Length - 80 inches




If you would like an AD free version of this pattern then you can purchase it from Etsy Here

R1. Loosely chain 125sts, 1dc in 4th ch from hook, 1dc in next chain * Skip next 3 chains, work (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in next chain, skip next 3 chains, 1dc in next 3 chains * Repeat across, turn

R2. Ch1 (does not count as a stitch from here and throughout) 1dc in very first dc, 1dc in next 2dc * Skip next 2dc, work (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in next ch2 space, skip next 2dc, 1dc in next 3dc * Repeat across ending with last dc in top of turning chain, turn



R3.  Ch1, 1dc in very first dc, 1dc in next 2dc * Skip next 2dc, work (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in next ch2 space, skip next 2dc, 1dc in next 3dc * Repeat across, turn


Repeat row 3 until shawl measures 80 inches or until your desired length - If you decide to make your shawl longer you will need more yarn than what is stated


Fasten off and weave in ends.

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