Prepare for spring with the Flores Shawl, a crochet prayer shawl free pattern. This quick and easy project is perfect for adventurous beginners, featuring an asymmetrical design with stunning stitch patterns.
March Madness and Exciting News
Wow, can you believe it’s already March? Time flies, doesn’t it? But hey, guess what? Spring is just around the corner, and I couldn’t be happier!
As we embrace this new season, I’ve been putting in some serious crochet design time.
And today, I’m beyond excited to share with you my latest creation – the Flores Shawl, a stunning crochet prayer shawl free pattern.
The Perfect Project for Multitasking
Let’s face it, life can get pretty busy.
That’s why I needed a crochet project that could keep my hands busy while I enjoyed other things, like listening to audiobooks or binge-watching my favorite shows.
And that’s when I came up with the Flores Shawl – a quick and easy pattern that allows you to multitask without sacrificing your creative spirit.
Introducing the Beautiful Flores Shawl
Picture this: a gorgeous asymmetrical crochet shawl that’s worked from the top down, revealing two different stitch patterns that will leave you in awe.
On one side, you’ll find the classic double crochet stitches, while the other side showcases an exquisite mesh stitch.
But before you dive into this crochet adventure, take a moment to familiarize yourself with the pattern and its construction – trust me, it’ll make your journey even more enjoyable.
Customize Your Crochet Prayer Shawl Free Pattern
Here’s the best part about the Flores Shawl – it’s totally customizable!
You can easily adjust the size by playing around with the pattern repeats.
So whether you prefer a smaller, cozier shawl or a larger, statement piece, this pattern has got you covered.
The example shown uses two skeins of thin yarn, but feel free to let your creativity flow and try different yarn weights to add a special touch of individuality.
A Shawl for Adventurous Beginners
Now, I know what you might be thinking – is this pattern suitable for me? Absolutely!
The Flores Shawl is perfect for adventurous beginners who are looking to expand their crochet skills.
With its straightforward instructions and engaging design, this pattern will give you the confidence to create a stunning shawl that will leave everyone in awe.
So go ahead, grab your crochet hooks, and let’s embark on this amazing crochet journey together!
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As a bonus in the ad-free, printable PDF, I’ve included a stitch chart. If you’re a visual learner or if you just want to support my work you can purchase this crochet pattern HERE on ETSY or HERE on Ravelry. Thank you and I hope you find it useful!
Materials & Tools:
- Yarn SCHEEPJES Our Tribe 100g = 420m, 70% Merino Superwash and 30% Polyamide, 2 skeins. For the shawl sample I used It’s all in a Nutshell (973) colorway.
- Hook size 3,5mm. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
- Tapestry needle (to weave and hide yarn ends).
Size after blocking:
Wingspan – 182cm, Center depth – 83cm
Gauge after blocking:
After Row 7 the triangle is approx. 10cm/4in high.
Gauge is not crucial for this project. However, changes might result in a different yardage requirements and the finished size.
- This crochet prayer shawl free pattern uses US crochet terminology.
- The shawl is worked top-down in one piece.
- In the parenthesis (…) there is a stitch counting for each row.
- Instructions in square brackets […] are worked as many times as indicated
- The stitch chart included in the ad-free printable PDF here on ETSY or here on Ravelry.
Stitches & Abbreviations (US terms):
ch(s) – chain(s) stitch
st(s) – stitch(es)
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
sl st – slip stitch
yo – yarn over
sp – space
beg – beginning
prev – previous
sk – skip
pm – place marker
m – marker
rm – reposition marker
Start with a magic ring or with 5ch and sl st in the first st to close the round.
Row 1: ch3 (counts as a dc here and throughout), 4dc in the ring, ch3, 5dc in the ring. Turn. (10dc, 1 ch-3 space)
Row 2: ch8 (counts as a dc and ch5 here and throughout), sk next dc, sc in next dc, ch5, sk next 2dc, (2dc, ch3, 2dc) in ch-3 sp, dc in every st until last st, 3dc in last dc. Turn. (12dc, 1sc, 1 ch-3 sp, 2 ch-5 sp)
Row 3: ch3, 2dc in first st, dc in every st until ch-3 sp, (2dc, ch3, 2dc) in ch-3 sp, ch5, sk next 2 dc, [sc in next ch-5 sp, ch5, sk next sc] rep until ch8 remain, sc in ch-8 sp, ch5, dc in 3rd chain of 8th at beg of prev row. Turn. (16dc, 2sc, 1 ch-3 sp, 3 ch-5 sp)
Row 4: ch8, sc in first ch-5 sp, [ch5, sk next sc, sc in next ch-5 sp] rep until the last ch-5 sp, ch5, sk next 2dc, (2dc, ch3, 2dc) in ch-3 sp, dc in every st until last st, 3dc in last dc. Turn. (20dc, 3sc, 1 ch-3 sp, 4 ch-5 sp)
Row 5 – Row 14 – Repeat Rows 3-4
Row 15: ch3, 2dc in first dc, dc in every st until ch-3 sp, (2dc, ch3, 2dc) in ch-3 sp, ch1, sk 2dc, [3dc in next ch-5 sp, ch1, sk next sc] rep until ch-8 sp remain, 3dc in ch-8 sp, ch1, 2dc in 3rd chain of 8th at beg of prev row. Turn.
Row 16: ch3, 2dc in first dc, dc in every dc and ch-1 sp until ch-3 sp, (2dc, ch3, 2dc) in ch-3 sp, ch5, sk next 2 dc, sc in next st, [ch5, sk next 3sts, sc in next st] rep until 2sts remain, ch5, sk 1dc, dc in last st. Turn.
Row 17 – Row 28: Rep Rows 4-3
Row 29: ch3, dc in first st, ch1, 3dc in next ch-5 sp, [ch1, sk next sc, 3dc in next ch-5 sp] rep until 2dcs remain before ch3-sp, ch1, sk next 2dc, (2dc, ch3, 2dc) in ch-3 sp, dc in every st until last st, 3dc in last dc. Turn.
Row 30: ch8, sk next st, sc in next st, [ch5, sk next 3sts, sc in next st] rep until 2dcs remain before ch-3 sp, ch5, sk next 2dc, (2dc, ch3, 2dc) in ch-3 sp, dc in every dc and ch-1 sp until last st, 3dc in last st. Turn.
Rows 31 – 42: Rep Rows 3 – 4
Rows 43 – 44: Rep Rows 15 – 16
Rows 45 – 56: Rep Rows 4 – 3
Fasten off yarn, weave in all ends and block your shawl.
If you have any suggestions or have detected any mistakes, please feel free to email me at email@example.com
OPTIONAL EDGING designed by my dear tester Roberta:
PICOT ROW: ch6, sl st into 4th chain, ch3, (sc in next ch-5 sp, ch5, sl st into 3rd ch, ch3) rep until ch-3 sp, (2dc, ch5, sl st into 3rd ch, ch3, 2dc) in ch-3 sp, ch5, sl st into 3rd ch, ch3, sk 2dc, sc into next dc, (ch5, sl st into 3rd ch, ch3, sk 3 dc, sc in next st) rep until last 2sts remain, ch5, sl st into 3rd ch, ch3, sk 1 dc, dc in last st.