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Easy Dreamy Shawl
Easy Dreamy Shawl
This image courtesy of redheart.com

Stay warm without sacrificing a bit of style with this Easy Dreamy Shawl. This easy crochet pattern by Red Heart Yarns is the perfect layering piece to pair with any outfit. It's a versatile clothing design that's great to wear to the office or out to dinner. This gorgeous crochet shawl pattern measures 17 inches long by 48 inches wide and can be made using any two skeins of worsted weight yarn. Keep it simple with one color of yarn, or spice things up a bit with a variegated skein for some more color shifts. Crochet patterns like this (pretty to wear and easy to crochet) are like a dream come true. You'll love how easy it is to make this beautiful accessory, which can even be worn year-round. Don't be surprised if your friends request that you crochet a shawl or two for them, too!

Easy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge3 shells = 5”; 2 rows = 3” in pattern. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.

Finished SizeShawl measures 17” long x 48” wide.

Materials List

  • RED HEART “Soft Yarn”: 2 balls in 9518 Teal
  • Crochet Hook: 6.5mm [US K-10½]
  • Yarn needle

Special Stitches

  1. cl = cluster: [yo, insert hook in indicated st or space, pull up loop, yo and draw through 2 loops on hook] 3 times, yo and draw through all 4 loops on hook. 

  2. shell: (cl, ch 6, dc in 6th ch from hook, cl) in indicated st or space.

  3. inc-shell = increase shell: (shell, ch 6, dc in 6th ch from hook, cl) in indicated st or space.

Shawl

  1. Row 1 (Right Side): Ch 53; shell in 4th ch from hook (beginning ch counts as first dc), *[skip next 3 ch, shell in next ch] 2 times, skip next 3 ch, inc-shell in next ch, [skip next 3 ch, shell in next ch] 2 times, skip next 3 ch*, (shell, ch 6, dc in 6th ch from hook, shell) in next ch (2 increases made); repeat from * to *, shell in next ch, dc in last ch, turn—30 clusters and 2 dc.

  2. Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc here and throughout), inc-shell in next ch-6 space, shell in next 2 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next 2 ch-6 spaces, shell in next 3 ch-6 spaces, (shell, ch 6, dc in 6th ch from hook, shell) in next ch-6 space, shell in next 3 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next 2 ch-6 spaces, shell in next 2 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next ch-6 space, dc in top of turning ch, turn—42 clusters and 2 dc.

  3. Row 3: Ch 3, inc-shell in next ch-6 sp, shell in next 5 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next ch-6 space, shell in next 11 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next ch-6 space, shell in next 5 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next ch-6 space, dc in top of turning ch, turn—54 clusters and 2 dc.

  4. Row 4: Ch 3, [inc-shell in next ch-6 sp, shell in next 6 ch-6 spaces] 2 times, (shell, ch 6, dc in 6th ch from hook, shell) in next ch-6 sp, [shell in next 6 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next ch-6 space] 2 times, dc in top of turning ch, turn—64 clusters and 2 dc.

  5. Row 5: Ch 3, inc-shell in next ch-6 space, shell in each ch-6 space across to last ch-6 space, inc-shell in last ch-6 space, dc in top of turning ch, turn—72 clusters and 2 dc.

  6. Row 6: Ch 3, inc-shell in next ch-6 space, shell in next 7 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next 2 ch-6 spaces, shell in next 8 ch-6 spaces, (shell, ch 6, dc in 6th ch from hook, shell) in next ch-6 space, shell in next 8 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next 2 ch-6 spaces, shell in next 7 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next ch-6 space, dc in top of turning ch, turn—82 clusters and 2 dc.

  7. Row 7: Ch 3, inc-shell in next ch-6 space, shell in next 9 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next 2 ch-6 spaces, shell in next 21 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next 2 ch-6 spaces, shell in next 9 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next ch-6 space, dc in top of turning ch, turn—96 clusters and 2 dc.

  8. Row 8: Ch 3, inc-shell in next ch-6 space, shell in next 11 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next 2 ch-6 spaces, shell in next 11 ch-6 spaces, (shell, ch 6, dc in 6th ch from hook, shell) in next ch-6 space, shell in next 11 ch-6 spaces, incshell in next 2 ch-6 spaces, shell in next 11 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next ch-6 space, dc in top of turning ch—110 clusters and 2 dc.

  9. Row 9: Ch 3, inc-shell in next ch-6 space, shell in next 13 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next 2 ch-6 spaces, shell in next 27 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next 2 ch-6 spaces, shell in next 13 ch-6 spaces, inc-shell in next ch-6 space, dc in top of turning ch, turn—124 clusters and 2 dc. Do not fasten off.

Edging

  1. Row 1: Ch 1, working in ends of rows across side edge, work 2 sc in end of each row; working in free loops across bottom of foundation ch, sc in each ch across; working in ends of rows across other side edge, work 2 sc in end of each row. 

  2. Fasten off.

Finishing

  1. Weave in ends.

Abbreviations

ch
chain
dc
double crochet
sc
single crochet
sl st
slip stitch
st(s)
stitch(es)
[ ]
work directions in brackets the number of times specified
( )
work directions in parentheses into same stitch or space
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This is drop dead gorgeous! I can envision this one with my little black dress so easily. I think I'd do it in a single color to show off the stitches. I can barely believe it's only nine rows. It'll make up so quickly. Since we're in the south this will be just the perfect weight too. I think I'll make one up in Peri color!

Do you not absolutely LOVE this beautiful shawl? The bold crochet pattern is so well suited to a single color and it looks so soft and drapes so beautifully that I can almost feel it around my shoulders lol. In South Africa we are not familiar with Red Heart yarns but I have some bamboo yarn that is possibly going to be perfect for this stunning pattern.

What a great 1-2 week project for over the winter months. You'd probably be hard pressed to find something as pretty as this (at a store) for the price it took you to make it, using the Red Heart Soft yarn. It is an all-time favorite of mine. Teal looks good on everyone! The piece is worked lenght-wise as it only takes 9 rows to work up.

Tried this craft? What did you think?

It's absolutely beautiful! But it's not that easy. It's easy to make mistakes and lose your place and get frustrated. I made this with a worsted weight yarn and it wasn't nearly as long as the pic. I know I didn't use a Red Heart Soft so there would be some difference but there shouldn't have been as much difference as I saw. Very disappointed.

i don t undrestand i like an easy one

If you want the original pattern, which is both printable and downloadable as a pdf, it's on Red Heart's website http//www.redheart.co.uk/free-patterns/graceful-sh == ell-shawl

There shouldn't be any equal signs! http//www.redheart.co.uk/free-patterns/graceful-sh == ell-shawl

I cannot figure out how to do this shell. Does the shell include the cluster stitch. I can't make any sense out of this.

I cannot figure out how to do this shell.

Thanks, quittingtime 9491041 for pointing us to the corrected version of this pattern. I really appreciate that.

Where is the corrected version?

http//www.redheart.com/files/patterns/pdf/LW2426co == rr.pdf

really wish the patterns would have a stitch chart, thanx

Really wish your patterns were in a printable format.

Did you change the name for this pattern? Did you take this pattern from Red Heart site? If so I would prefer the PDF format, and thank you.

This is LW2426 Graceful Shell Shawl on the Red Heart site. Be sure to get the corrected pattern.

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