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REASONS TO LOVE CROCHET SHAWL FREE PATTERNS
Crochet Shawl free patterns are a year round wardrobe essential for me. They are both fashionable and functionable.
Because they don’t require any fitting and come in many shapes and sizes, it makes them very practical crochet accessories.
Kalinda Crochet Shawl free pattern is easy to wear anytime of year and in any climate with its wavy pattern, great drape and generous size.
When designing this crochet shawl free pattern, I wanted to combine my love for texture with a gradient yarn to bring the vision to life.
If you don’t know how to crochet a shawl, then do yourself a favor and start your first one today with my free pattern!
TOP DOWN CROCHET SHAWL FREE PATTERN
With engaging stitch pattern and understated beauty, Kalinda Shawl free pattern is a much loved crochet accessory you’ll want to make more than once.
Basic stitches, triangle top-down construction and wavy sections keep it interesting the entire way thru.
Kalinda Crochet Shawl free pattern is made from the top down, starting from the neck using increases at each edge and at the center. Rhythmic wavy sequences separated by simple double crochet rows create a balanced look with a modern feel.
This is an intermediate pattern but it has a repeating stitch design that’s easy to pick up on. It’s impossible not to have fun while making this crochet shawl free pattern!
This crochet shawl free pattern really shines when you crochet it with a fun and interesting yarn.
CROCHETING WITH GRADIENT YARN CAKE
Kalinda Crochet Shawl free pattern is one of those crochet shawl design that you can work up in variety of different color combinations to suit the recipient or time of year.
With the gradient yarn cake yarn you get a stunning crochet comfort shawl.
The subtle color changes elevate the combination of basic stitches and simple top-down construction through the shawl.
This crochet shawl free pattern never gets boring. Play with your color choices and wear it all year round!
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KALINDA CROCHET SHAWL FREE PATTERN
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09/06/2019: In PDF pattern available on ETSY and Ravelry I have updated written instruction, the layout has been changed and the stitch chart has been added.
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Materials & Tools:
- Yarn SCHEEPJES Whirlette 100g = 455m, 60% cotton, 40% acrylic, colors: A (853) Mango [1 skeins] and B (852) Frosted [1 skein] or Scheepjes Whirl 1 yarn cake – 215g = 1000m, 60% cotton, 40% acrylic, Green Tea Tipple.
- Hook size 3.5 mm. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge
- Tapestry Needle (to weave and hide yarn ends)
25 sts and 11 rows = 10 cm x 10 cm using double crochet stitch. Gauge is not crucial for this project, and it will depend on your yarn choices.
One size: Approx. 175cm wide and 75cm high
This shawl is worked from the centre top down.
Stitches & Abbreviations (US terms):
ch – chain stitch
st(s) – stitch(es)
sl st – slip stitch
sc – single crochet
hdc – half double crochet
BLdc – back loop double crochet
dc – double crochet
BLtr – back loop treble crochet
tr – treble crochet
yo – yarn over
Kalinda Shawl VIDEO TUTORIAL
Would you like a little help along the way? Use this video tutorial and make your Kalinda Shawl successfully.
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Kalinda Shawl PATTERN
Start with 5 chains, sl st in the first st to close the round.
With color A
Row 1: ch 4 (counts as a tr here and throughout), 5 dc in the ring, ch (created ch-1 space), 5 dc and 1tr in the ring. Turn. (2tr ,10 dc, 1ch)
Row 2: ch4 (counts as a BLtr here and throughout), 2BLdc in first st, BLdc until ch-1 space, (2BLdc, ch, 2BLdc) in ch-1 space, BLdc until the last stitch, (2BLdc, 1BLtr) in last stitch . Turn. (2BLtr, 18BLdc, 1ch)
Row 3 –Row 7 Repeat Row 2
Row 3 (2BLtr, 26BLdc, 1ch), Row 4 (2BLtr, 34BLdc, 1ch), Row 5 (2BLtr , 42BLdc, 1ch), Row 6 (2BLtr, 50BLdc, 1ch), Row 7 (2BLtr, 58BLdc, 1ch),
With color B
Row 8: Repeat Row 2 (2BLtr , 66BLdc, 1ch)
Row 9: ch 2 (counts as a hdc here and throughout), 2sc in first st, [ ch, skip 1 st, sc, ch, skip 1 st, hdc, ch, skip 1 st, dc, ch, skip 1 st, tr, ch, skip 1 st, tr, ch, skip 1 st, dc, ch, skip 1 st, hdc, ch, skip 1 st, sc,] 2 times, ch, skip 1 st, (2sc, ch, 2sc) in ch-1 space, [ch, skip 1 st, sc, ch, skip 1 st, hdc, ch, skip 1 st, dc, ch, skip 1 st, tr, ch, skip 1 st, tr, ch, skip 1 st, dc, ch, skip 1 st, hdc, ch, skip 1 st, sc] 2 times, ch, skip 1 st, (2sc, 1hdc) in last st. Turn. (16sc, 10hdc, 8dc, 8tr, 35ch)
Row 10: ch 2, 2sc in first st, sc in next 2 st(s), [ch, skip ch-1 space, sc, ch, skip ch-1 space, hdc, ch, skip ch-1 space, dc, ch, skip ch-1 space, tr, ch, skip ch-1 space, tr, ch, skip ch-1 space, dc, ch, skip ch-1 space, hdc, ch, skip ch-1 space, sc] 2 times, ch, skip 1 st, sc in next 2 st(s), (sc, ch3, sc) in ch-1 space, sc in next 2 st(s), [ch, skip ch-1 space, sc, ch, skip ch-1 space, hdc, ch, skip ch-1 space, dc, ch, skip ch-1 space, tr, ch, skip ch-1 space, tr, ch, skip ch-1 space, dc, ch, skip ch-1 space, hdc, ch, skip ch-1 space, sc] 2 times, ch, skip 1 st, sc in next2 st(s), (2sc, 1hdc) in last st. Turn. (22sc, 10hdc, 8dc, 8tr, 37ch)
Row 11: ch 4, 2dc in first st, dc in every st(s) and ch-1 spaces until ch-3 space, (3dc, ch, 3dc) in ch-3 space, dc in every st(s) and ch-1 spaces until the last stitch, (2dc, 1tr) in last stitch. Turn. (2tr, 90dc, 1ch)
Row 12: Repeat Row 2 (2BLtr, 98 BLdc, 1ch)
Row 13: Repeat Row 9 (20sc, 14hdc, 12dc, 12tr, 51ch)
Row 14: Repeat Row 10 (26sc, 14hdc, 12dc, 12tr, 53ch)
Row 15: Repeat Row 11 (2tr, 122dc, 1ch)
With color A
Row 16 – Row 19: Repeat Row 2
Row 16 (2BLtr, 130 BLdc, 1ch), Row 17 (2BLtr, 138 BLdc, 1ch), Row 18 (2BLtr, 146 BLdc, 1ch), Row 19 (2BLtr, 154 BLdc, 1ch)
With color B
Row 20: Repeat Row 2 (2BLtr, 162 BLdc, 1ch)
Row 21: Repeat Row 9 (28sc, 22hdc, 20dc, 20tr, 83ch)
Row 22: Repeat Row 10 (34sc, 22hdc, 20dc, 20tr, 85ch)
Row 23: Repeat Row 11 (2tr, 186dc, 1ch)
Row 24: Repeat Row 2 (2BLtr, 194 BLdc, 1ch)
Row 25: Repeat Row 9 (32sc, 26hdc, 24dc, 24tr, 99ch)
Row 26: Repeat Row 10 (38sc, 26hdc, 24dc, 24tr, 101ch)
Row 27: Repeat Row 11 (2tr, 218dc, 1ch)
With color A
Row 28– Row 31: Repeat Row 2
Row 28 (2BLtr, 226 BLdc, 1ch), Row 29 (2BLtr, 234 BLdc, 1ch), Row 30 (2BLtr, 242 BLdc, 1ch), Row 31 (2BLtr, 250 BLdc, 1ch)
With color B
Row 32: Repeat Row 2 (2BLtr, 258 BLdc, 1ch)
Row 33: Repeat Row 9 (40sc, 34hdc, 32dc, 32tr, 131ch)
Row 34: Repeat Row 10 (46sc, 34hdc, 32dc, 32tr, 133ch)
Row 35: Repeat Row 11 (2tr, 282dc, 1ch)
Row36: Repeat Row 2 (2BLtr, 290 BLdc, 1ch)
Row 37: Repeat Row 9 (44sc, 38hdc, 36dc, 36tr, 147ch)
Row 38: Repeat Row 10 (50sc, 38hdc, 36dc, 36tr, 149ch)
Row 39: Repeat Row 11 (2tr, 314dc, 1ch)
Witch color A
Row 40– Row 43: Repeat Row 2
Row 40 (2BLtr, 322 BLdc, 1ch), Row 41 (2BLtr, 330 BLdc, 1ch), Row 42 (2BLtr, 338 BLdc, 1ch), Row 43 (2BLtr, 346 BLdc, 1ch)
With color B
Row 44: Repeat Row 2 (2BLtr, 354 BLdc, 1ch)
Row 45: Repeat Row 9 (52sc, 46dhc, 44dc, 44tr, 179ch)
Row 46: Repeat Row 10 (58sc, 46dhc, 44dc, 44tr, 181ch)
Row 47: Repeat Row 11 (2tr, 378dc, 1ch)
With color A
Row 48: Repeat Row 2 (2BLtr, 386 BLdc, 1ch)
Row 49: Repeat Row 9 (56sc, 50hdc, 48dc, 48tr, 195ch)
Row 50: Repeat Row 10 (62sc, 50hdc, 48dc, 48tr, 197ch)
Row 51: Repeat Row 11 (2tr, 410dc, 1ch)
With color B
Row 52: Repeat Row 2 (2BLtr, 418 BLdc, 1ch)
Row 53: Repeat Row 9 (60sc, 54hdc, 52dc, 52tr, 211ch)
Row 54: Repeat Row 10 (66sc, 54hdc, 52dc, 52tr, 213ch)
Row 55: Repeat Row 11 (2tr, 442dc, 1ch)
With color A
Row 56: Repeat Row 2 (2BLtr, 450 BLdc, 1ch)
Row 57: Repeat Row 9 (64sc, 58hdc, 56dc, 56tr, 227ch)
Row 58: Repeat Row 10 (70sc, 58hdc, 56dc, 56tr, 229ch)
Row 59: Repeat Row 11 (2tr, 474dc, 1ch)
With color B
Row 60: Repeat Row 2 (2BLtr, 482 BLdc, 1ch)
Row 61: Repeat Row 9 (68sc, 62hdc, 60dc, 60tr, 243ch)
Row 62: Repeat Row 10 (74sc, 62hdc, 60dc, 60tr, 245ch)
Row 63: Repeat Row 11 (2tr, 506dc, 1ch)
Fasten off yarn and weave in ends.
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Love this pattern I have the yarn for it and will start it. Thank you so much .
Thank you! I’d love to see your picture when you finish.
Is there a chart for this project . Thank you
No, there isn’t.
Where do I buy the yarn
Please check http://www.scheepjes.com/en/shops/
Hartstikke leuk patroon.
For row 2 there are 2bldc at the end of the row but only one at the beginning. Is that correct. I don’t have enough stitches for row 9.
You are right. Thank you for your notice.
In Row 2 It should be “ch4, 2BLdc in first st, BLdc until ch-1 space, (2BLdc, ch, 2BLdc) in ch-1 space, BLdc until the last stitch, (2BLdc, 1BLtr) in last stitch . Turn.” I will correct this in the pattern.
Just what I am looking for. Keen now to get started, just got to convert stitches to UK abbreviations.
Thank you! In the future I will try to make a version with UK abbreviations for my patterns.
Are the stitches in US or UK terms???
Thank you for the pattern, love it❤️ Is it okay if i share it with a dutch fb crochet page?
Yes, feel free to share my pattern. Thank you so much!
Love this pattern and am making it up the the Scheepjes Whirl, Brambleberry. I am having a problem with my count on row 11 and am wondering if it is an error in the pattern. The pattern reads Ch 4, dc in every st and ch 1 space. However at the end there are 2dc, 1tr in last stitch. If I put 2dc in first stitch my count would be correct. Please can you let me know if this is the case.
Yes, you are correct. It should be 2dc in first stitch. Thanks!
This is GORGEOUS! I love the ombre grey to teal. I really want to figure this pattern out for a blanket. Love love love it!
Thank you! I’m glad you like it.
Do I only need 1 skein of the Scheepjes Whirl yarn Green Tea Tipple
Świetna chusta. Czy jest możliwość rozrysowania tego schematu bo nie moge go rozszyfrować.. Z góry dziękuje.. Pozdrawiam
Dziękuję. W tej chwili niestety nie mam możliwości rozrysowania schematu ale gdy tylko to zrobię dam znać.
Love the green tea tipple color shawl! Did this size shawl use the entire cake of yarn? Would it be possible to make it larger ( for a bigger person)? And, if so, do you think the one cake of yarn is sufficient?
Yes, for my Kalinda Shawl sampler I used the entire cake and, of course, you can make it larger but you would need an extra yarn.
Thanks for sharing your beautiful pattern. I’m having trouble on row 13. I did it 3 times already, but still missing one stitch..prior to the ch-1 space, I have 2bldc left after the sc & ch..did I miss something there? Thanks for your help.
I love this pattern. It was my first time making a shawl and the pattern was easy to follow and looks beautiful. I made it for my Mother in Law for her birthday. I used the green tea yarn as well but I was wondering how you blocked it. I wasn’t too sure how with this kind of yarn. Thanks.
Thank you for your kind words! I always use a wet blocking. First wet your shawl, gently remove the excess water with a towel, then spread the piece out to the correct dimensions and pin into the flat surface. After 24-48 hours the shawl should be completely dry.
Awesome! I’ll give that ago. Thank you for your help 🙂
This is beautiful.
Thank you for sharing
I recently purchased this pattern pdf off of Ravelry. I was having trouble with:
Row 13: repeat row 9.
I have reached the end of the second “wave” and the next instructions are to work in the chain space of the tip. This worked out perfect the 1st time I did row 9, but now that I am repeating it for row 13 I am about 14 stitches from the tip.
What am I missing? (I’m fairly new, so I’m assuming I miscounted something somewhere!)
If I understand you correct, you are 14 stitches from the tip because you have to repeat the “wave” the third time. Generally, in the every row with waves you have to repeating waves till the tip as in the row 9. I hope you find this explenation helpful. If not, feel free ask me again 🙂
That makes sense! I was kind of thinking that was the case, but thought I’d double check.
I started this pretty shawl yesterday, I’m using cotton which is a bit splitty so I’m quite slow, just up to row 23, but I’m really loving it and I’m excited for wearing it when it’s finished! Thank you for sharing your pattern!
Chusta jest przepiękna. Niestety utknęłam na drugim rzędzie 🙁
Czy jest szansa na opis po polsku drugiego rzędu?
Na grupie facebook’owej “chusty i szale razem dziergane” był wzór po polsku wraz ze schematem. Proszę tam poszukać, bo niestety ja tylko w języku angielskim pisze wzory.
I absolutely love this pattern! Thanks for sharing it. Now I only have to find a perfect yarn and I can start making it !!!
Love the pattern but I’m having a slight problem mine isn’t laying down flat instead it looks like a V. I’m using the correct hook size for the yarn I’m using just wanted to know if it’ll lay flat when I get father or I need to change or hook. Thank you
It would be easier for me if you sent me a photo of your work firstname.lastname@example.org. If your stitch count is correct, probably after blocking the shawl would be laying down flat…
Fell in love with this on Ravelry this morning. Love it! I would love to somehow make it into a blanket in the round, it would be lovely! Has anyone done it?
Not yet, but I am going to.
Hi Sylwia. Is it possible to easily convert the pattern for a rectangular shawl or scarf. Love the pattern. Regards.
I believe it is and maybe in the future I will think about it.
I made the shawl and it’s absolutely beautiful! Have you thought of creating a hat to match it? I was thinking of winging my own but if there is one already, I’d trust your designing skills more than mine! Thanks!
Thank you! I have no plan to create matching hat.
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