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This spring shawl pattern  is perfect for those cool spring or fall nights when you just need a little something to knock the chill off.   It has an semi-open pattern that keeps it light and airy.

It  is super simple keeps repeating the same row, so it is perfect for beginners or just for watching tv while crocheting.

I used 1 skein of Lion Brand Mandala Yarn and my shawl measures 56” wide across and 22.5” long at the widest point.  I am 5′ 0” tall (well, actually I’m 5” 1/2” tall.  I think the half inch counts.  Maybe I should round up to 1” 😉 )

Anyway, if you wanted a larger shawl, you could easily add another skein of yarn to make it larger.  This would make a great gift, it works up pretty fast and is simple.

I love how this spring shawl pattern can also double as a triangle scarf.

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Things you will need:


  • ch = Chain
  • sc = Single Crochet
  • dc = Double Crochet
  • Sl St = Slip Stitch
  • t = turn
  • sp = space
  • st = stitches

Ch 4, join with sl st into 1st ch to form a ring.

Row 1: ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout), dc,ch 1, dc, ch 2, dc, ch 1, 2 dc in ring.

Row 2: ch 2, t, dc in 1st st, ch1, (dc,ch1,dc) in ch1 sp, ch1, (dc, ch2, dc) in ch2 sp, ch1, (dc,ch1,dc) in ch1 sp, ch1, dc in next 2 st.

Row 3: ch2, t, dc in 1st st, ch1, (dc,ch1,dc) in 1st ch1 sp, ch1, * dc in next ch1 sp, ch1* repeat * to * until you reach ch2 sp.  (dc,ch2,dc) in ch2 sp, ch1, *dc in next ch1 sp, ch1* repeat * to * until last ch1 sp, (dc,ch1,dc) in last ch1 sp, dc in last 2 st.

Continue repeat row 3 until you run out of yarn or reach desired size.

It’s that simple, just keep repeating row 3.  You can even use it as a triangle scarf.

It is simple enough you will want to grab a couple of colors of Mandala Yarn to make one to match every outfit or as gifts.

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