Silver Bells Crochet Shawl Wrap

Silver Bells Crochet Shawl Wrap

Silver Bells Crochet Shawl Wrap
Silver Bells Crochet Shawl Wrap

"This Silver Bells Crochet Shawl Wrap is one of those easy crochet patterns for a simple and elegant handmade accessory. If you are looking for a fun and easy crochet project with beautiful results, this one will not disappoint. One skein of yarn makes this lovely shawl. If you have not tried the Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball yarn yet, I would encourage you to give it a try. Just imagine spending a cool, crisp morning ride out in the country in a beautiful sleigh with the snow on the ground and sun shining through the trees. You are snuggled under a blanket, dressed in your warm clothes with your pretty lace wrap on. The silver bells on the sleigh are making their beautiful music as the sleigh glides through the snow. When I saw the colors of this yarn, this is the picture that came to my mind. Enjoy each moment. Wearing an asymmetrical shawl is so easy to dress up any fashion statement. It takes seconds to drape the wrap around your shoulders and you are off looking so stylish. Add a beautiful brooch for another decorative and timeless look. "

NotesPattern Notes

This pattern starts off with an initial 6 rows of crochet. After that, rows 3-6 are repeated until the desired length and width is reached or the skein of yarn is gone.

This is an asymmetrical shawl; therefore, the increase is only done on one side of the shawl.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeGauge is not critical to this pattern.

Finished SizeAt the widest point, this shawl is approximately 34 inches wide. The length is approximately 57 inches.

Materials List

  • Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball – Opal. 1 Skein. 481 Yards.
  • Size G crochet hook 4.25 mm
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors

Instructions

  1. Row 1: CH 4 and DC in the 4th CH from the hook. Turn. This row counts as DC, CH 1 SP and DC.

  2. Row 2: CH 4, SK first CH 1 SP. In the 3rd ST of the initial CH 4 in the beginning row, complete a DC, CH 1, DC. Turn. This row counts as DC, CH 1,, DC, CH 1, DC.

  3. Row 3: CH 2, 2 DC in first ST, DC in every ST and Ch 1 SP across to the end of the row. Turn. The first time you complete this row, should have 7 DC as you count the initial CH 2 as a DC

  4. Row 4: CH 2, which does not count as a ST in this row. BLDC in the first ST and each ST across until last ST remains, 3 DC in the last ST. Turn.

  5. Row 5: CH 4, DC in first ST, [CH 1, SK 1, DC in next ST] repeat between [ ] to the end of the row. Turn Note: the initial CH 4 counts as DC and CH 1 in this row.

  6. Row 6: CH 4, SK first CH 1 SP, [DC in next ST, CH 1, SK CH 1 SP,] repeat between [ ] to the last ST. Turn Note: the initial CH 4 counts as DC and CH 1 in this row. 

  7. Rows 7 and Beyond: Repeat Rows 3-6

    Fasten off yarn, weave in all yarn ends and cut off excess.

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