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The Crochet Shawl of Your Dreams


Updated April 12, 2017
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The Crochet Shawl of Your Dreams
The Crochet Shawl of Your Dreams
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You have found The Crochet Shawl of Your Dreams with this free crochet pattern from Premier Yarns. This classic crochet shawl has a lacy pattern but feels warm and cozy like wool. You really can't go wrong with this delightfully comfortable crochet shawl pattern. The edging gets sewn on after the shawl is finished to complete the graceful and traditional look overall. At 56 inches wide, this shawl is perfect for any season and wraps around you in just the right way.

Edging is worked as a separate piece and sewed onto Shawl.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge12 dc x 7 rows = 4" in patt

Finished SizeWidth across top: 56"; Height: 25"

Materials List

  • Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Collection Woll Naturals: Cream (3 balls)
  • Crochet Hook (Size G/6, 4 mm)
  • Tapestry Needle



  1. Ch 10.

  2. Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hk, [sk 1 ch, (dc, ch 1, dc) in next ch] 3 times, turn.

  3. Row 2: Ch 4, [dc, ch 1, dc]4th ch from hk, {sk next dc, [dc, ch 1, dc] in next dc} across, [dc, ch 1, dc] in 3rd ch of turning ch, turn – 1 cluster inc’d.

  4. Row 3: Ch 4, [dc, ch 1, dc] 4th ch from hk, sk 1 ch, [dc, ch 1, dc] in next dc, {sk next dc, [dc, ch 1, dc] in next dc} across, turn – 1 cluster inc’d.

  5. Rep Rows 2-3, 15 more times.

Top Edge

  1. Row 1: Ch 4, dc in 1st dc, {sk next dc, [dc, ch 1, dc] in next dc} across, turn.

  2. Row 2: Ch 4, dc in 1st dc, {sk next dc, [dc, ch 1, dc] in next dc} across, [dc, ch 1, dc] in 2nd ch of ch-4, turn. 

  3. Rep Row 2, 3 more times.

  4. Next Row: Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn. Rep this row, 3 more times.

Crenellation Edging

  1. Ch 23.

  2. Row 1: Dc in 7th ch from hk, dc in each of next 11 ch, ch 4, sk 4 ch, sc in next ch, turn.

  3. Row 2: Ch 6, sc in ch-4 sp, ch 4, sk 2 dc, [dc in bet last dc and next dc] 9 times, turn.

  4. Row 3: Ch 4, sk 2 dc, [dc bet last dc and next dc] 6 times, ch 4, sk 2 dc, dc in ch-4 sp, ch 4, sk 1 sc, sc in ch-6 sp, turn.

  5. Row 4: Ch 6, sc in first ch-4 sp, ch 4, sk 1 sc, sc in next ch 4 sp, ch 4, sk 2 dc, [dc bet last dc and next dc] 3 times, turn.

  6. Row 5: Ch 6, sk 3 dc, [sc in next ch-4 sp] 2 times, sc in ch-6 sp, turn.

  7. Row 6: Ch 6, [sc in ch-4 sp, ch 4, sk 1 sc] 2 times, 3 dc in ch-6 sp, turn.

  8. Row 7: Ch 8, dc in 7th ch from hk, dc in next ch, [dc bet last dc and next dc] 2 times, 2 dc in ch-4 sp, ch 4, sk 1 sc, sc in next ch-4 sp, ch 4, sk 1 sc, sc in ch-6 sp, turn.

  9. Row 8: Ch 6, sc in 1st ch-4 sp, ch 4, sk 1 sc, 2 dc in next ch-4 sp, [dc bet last dc and next dc] 5 times, 2 dc in ch-8 sp, turn.

  10. Row 9: Ch 8, dc in 7th ch from hk, dc in next ch, [dc bet last dc and next dc] 8 times, 2 dc in next ch-4 sp, ch 4, sk 1 sc, sc in ch-6 sp, turn.

  11. Rep Rows 2-9, 13 more times, fasten off. 


  1. Sew Crenellation Edging along the 2 short edges of Shawl. 

  2. Weave in all ends.

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The pattern for The Crochet Shawl of Your Dreams is quite impressive. When I read over the directions, I must admit I have never heard of the Crenellation Edging design. The word crenellation itself is impressive but the final results of the design are absolutly exquisite, to say the least.

Crochet Shawl of Your Dreams pattern is really messed up! The Crenellation Edging is NOT right! Pls. print correction. Not fair to spend so much time to find out patter is OFF!

Hi joydib, This pattern is from Premier Yarns and is reposted on our site with their permission. I just double-checked the pattern there, and it's identical to what's posted here. If you have any suggestions or questions on this pattern, I would suggest contacting Premier. Thank you! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

Leave a comment...I just wanted to let you know how much your sharing patterreciated.....Thank you!...........from Gail Thomas in Missouri

Hi Gail, Thanks so much for your kind message - we're happy you enjoy our patterns. : ) Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

Has anyone discovered what is wrong with this pattern? I love it but it looks funny, kinda lopesided! One star because it's beautiful but not workable as is!

This doesn't work up to the look like the picture. There is no way that it looks like a triangle. What is the pattern missing?

I'm wondering if anyone found a way to work this pattern? I have tried it over and over again and it makes no sense. I added tons of rows and it just doesn't work up right. Help!!! What did others do about this.

I'm wondering if I'm doing it right, too. It's getting bigger, but now it looks like a half circle.

what does the abbreviation hk stand for in the shawl pattern shawl of your dreams ??

This means "hook". (In the Shawl, Row 1 Dc in 4th ch from hook,) I hope this helps you and the others who questioned the abbreviation.

Are we all talking about "The crochet shawl of your dreams? ) If so what does hk abreviation stand for ??

Something isn't right with this pattern. I went exactly by the pattern and my shawl is half the size it should be. Can anyone help?

Is there a correction for this pattern

What does ' 1 cluster incd' mean? I'm pretty sure I've done something wrong working this pattern as I have finished the 1st section 'Shawl', even added 5 extra rows and the top is only 24" across so far. Does anyone have any suggestions on this?


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