Blueberry Hill Crochet Shawl


Blueberry Hill Crochet Shawl

Blueberry Hill Crochet Shawl
Blueberry Hill Crochet Shawl

"This pretty shawl is light and airy and can be worn in so many ways! Drape it over your shoulders with the opening in the front or the back. Pin it closed, or wrap the end over one shoulder. You can even bunch it up and use it as a scarf! Lover’s knot designs look complicated, but they’re really just a series of long chains and single crochets. The pattern includes a link to a tutorial. The instructions for the main section (not the edging) are provided in both written and charted formats, so you can see how the stitches come together. Because this is lace and is so open, your yardage and finished size may vary quite a bit. It will depend on how springy your yarn is, and how aggressively you block it. Mine grew from 36 x 60 inches to 44 x 72 inches just in the blocking."


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge16 dc x 8 rows = 4?. Exact gauge is not important for this project.

Finished SizeAdult - one size fits most. Actual final size may vary depending on your materials and blocking.

Materials List

  • DK / Light Worsted weight yarn: 350-400 yds.
  • Size G / 6 (4 mm) hook or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Yarn or tapestry needle
  • 2 locking stitch markers (optional)

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Intermediate patterns always keep me at bay when I am looking for a new pattern to make. I just do not like that the one thing I do to relax myself can frustrate me when I am having trouble with a pattern. None the less, I went to the directions and after a little additional research using the Tutorial for the Solomons Knot / Lovers Knot I think that this intermediate pattern may not be all that complicated after all. Thanks for the links.

That's great to hear, and I would encourage you to try more Intermediate level patterns! You might be surprised by what qualifies as "intermediate." A lot of times it has to do with one stitch or skill that, once you learn it, becomes easy. Sometimes it's just about the level of concentration needed. In fact, the CYC just changed from a "skill level" rating to a "project level" rating system, which defines the complexity of the project rather than the skill of the crocheter. I've found most people can actually enjoy more advanced patterns than they think they can )

Thanks for sharing your advice, Pia! -Krista, Editor

What a beautiful shawl. This blueberry hill crochet shawl would be appropriate for spring and summer and a great accent piece for fall and winter. You can not go wrong with this design.

Although I have not attempted the Solomon's knot myself just yet, I can fully understand the open weave effect and the stretchy quality you will get in the finished piece. I do a lot of triple crochets with skip chains when I do kimonos and wrap scarves. I just love that it works up so darn fast!

Simply beautiful! What a lovely shawl, wrap, scarf combo and a must have accessory! The chart really helps me see how the stitches come together. I have some 100% fingering alpaca and cant wait to start using it with this pattern. Love the stitching and the color. Thanks for sharing the pattern!

I like the open-work design of this. It's also neat that it can be worn several ways, giving you a different look each time.


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