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This free crochet pattern is for a Chevron Shawl with alternativing rows of solif and filet ripples. This pattern is made using Truboo yarn from Lion Brand and includes a full video tutorial for the pattern.
Labor of Love. That’s usually a project we love but worked on it a long time and had moments of doubt whether we still liked the project. Until it’s finished. That is when we realize we are in love with the final result. We are so glad we didn’t give up and all the negative thoughts we ever had disappeared, like they never existed before.
That is literally what I went through with this gorgeous Tulip Chevron Shawl. It’s much longer than a normal shawl but oh so beautiful. The ripple of solid and filet crochet makes this shawl even more elegant and stylish for every day or special occasion, like a date night or wedding.
Table of contents
- Crocheting Shawls
- Get the PDF of the Chevron Shawl
- How to crochet the Chevron Shawl
- Ripple Chevron Shawl PatternVideo Tutorial
- Free Written Pattern for the Chevron Shawl:
Shawls come in many shapes and colors. And crocheting them means you are spending almost the same amount of time as for a garment or a blanket. Most shawls are an accessory to help style the outfit you’re wearing. They usually are not for warmth but can provide extra protection from cooler temperatures.
Either way, shawls are beautiful and can be worn for most seasons. The Tulip Chevron Shawl is extra special, as it’s much longer than normal shawls. I made it that way cause I want to use it mostly for dresses or date nights. But the pattern is written in a way that you can easily adjust the length and stop earlier once you reached the length you prefer.
Best Yarn for Pocket Shawl Crochet Patterns
Well, that all depends on what you prefer. I like using really soft and sturdy yarn that can keep me warm but also can last a long time and won’t stretch too much. So I thought the Lion Brand yarn “Truboo” was the perfect yarn for this pretty chevron ripple shawl. If you prefer subbing the yarn you can easily use any wool, acrylic, and even cotton yarn for this project. Just make sure it’s worsted weighted yarn.
Get the PDF of the Chevron Shawl
So, let me now give you the supplies you need in order to crochet this stunning shawl pattern.
This pattern is also available as an ad-free, printer-friendly pdf pattern that can be purchased at the links below for only a small fee.
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How to crochet the Chevron Shawl
You will need:
- Lion Brand “Truboo” Yarn (1 skein/ 100g/ 241yd)
- Light Pink (1 skein)
- Lilac (2 skeins)
- Mauve (3 skeins)
- White (less than 1 skein)
- 4.00 mm hook
- tapestry needle
4 sts x 2 rows = 1 square inch
42 (height) x 97 (wide) inches
Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE
- dc = double crochet
- dc2tog = double crochet decrease
- sl st = slip stitch
- ch = chain
Ripple Chevron Shawl Pattern
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Free Written Pattern for the Chevron Shawl:
You’ll crochet from the neck area outwards increasing every row, repeating 2 rows, after the foundation row, until finished.
Start crocheting the shawl
R1: starting from the 5th ch from the hook place 1 dc, *[ch 1, sk next ch, dc in next ch] twice, ch 1, sk next ch, dc2tog over next ch, sk 3 chs in between and next ch, [ch 1, sk next ch, dc in the next ch] 3 times**, ch 3, sc in the same ch, repeat from * across, ending with last rep at **, ch 1, dc in the same ch, turn
R2: ch 3 (or atc), 3 dc in the same st, *1 dc in the ch-1 sp and each dc to dc before dc2tog, dc2tog over next dc, sk 3 sts, and next dc**, 1 dc in each ch-1 sp and each dc to next ch-3 sp, [3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc] in ch-3 sp, repeat from * across, ending with last rep at **, 1 dc in each ch-1 sp and each dc to turning chain, 4 dc in 3rd ch of turning chain, turn
R3: ch 4 (or atc and ch 1), 1 dc in the same dc, [ch 1, sk next dc, dc in the next dc] 3 times, * ch 1, dc2tog over next dc, sk 3 sts, and next dc, ch 1, [ 1 dc in the next dc, ch 1, sk 1 dec] 2 times, 1 dc in the next dc, ch 1**, [1 dc, ch 3, 1 dc] in the next ch-3 sp, ch 1, [1 dc in the next dc, ch 1, sk next dc] 2 times, dc in the next dc, rep from * across, ending with last rep at **, [1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc] in turning chain, turn
Repeat R2 and R3, but increase the number in BLUE by 1 each time you repeat R3
Rows to Change Colors when Crocheting the Shawl
In order to get the color palette the way I have the Tulip Chevron Shawl, follow the following color rows.
R1-R20: light pink
Now fasten off and weave in all your ends.
I hope you love this ripple chevron shawl as much as I do.
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