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Discover the allure of the Charmed Harmony Shawl, an exquisite crochet creation designed to add elegance and charm to your wardrobe. Let’s explore the beauty and versatility of this captivating shawl pattern created by Angel Koychev from Angel’s Crochet Studio.

The charmed Harmony Shawl pattern features delicate lacework and eye-catching motifs. With expert guidance, you’ll be able to select the ideal materials to bring your vision to life. Whether draped over the shoulders as a statement piece or wrapped snugly around the neck for added warmth, this versatile accessory will elevate any outfit.

The easily printable Charmed Harmony Shawl PDF version is available in our shop:

With its enchanting design and endless styling possibilities, this crochet shawl is sure to become a cherished addition to your handmade wardrobe. Get started on your own Charmed Harmony Shawl today and experience the joy of creating something truly extraordinary.

This shawl was born as a partnership project with HOBBII yarns for the #HobbiiShadesOfRed challenge for Valentine’s Day.

crochet pink and red shawl with hearts on a mannequin

Pattern Notes

Filet crochet uses solid and open blocks to create a motif. Each block consists of 4 STS worked over the corresponding stitches of the previous row. A solid block consists of 4 DC and an open block consists of 1 DC+CH 2+1 DC. When there are two blocks next to each other, the last DC of the 1st block is also the 1st DC in the next block. This means that two solid blocks will have 7 DC, not 8.

When working CH, skip the corresponding STS of the previous row. When working over a CH space, work your STS into the CH space and not in the ST.

In this pattern, CH 1 counts as 1 ST.

The shawl is made from the lower point, growing up, with equal increases on both sides. The shawl will be composed by “squares” that have a heart in the center, alternated as follows: an empty square with a full heart and a full square with an empty heart. Each square will occupy 14 rows and 14 blocks.

If you have used the indicated hook size and yarn, the finished shawl should be 340 cm in width and 113 cm in height, the two shorter sides of the triangle will be 210 cm.

I have also included a chart and a printable version that might be helpful.

Difficulty Level

This is an intermediate crochet pattern.

Gauge

Each square that occupies 14 rows and 14 blocks = 14 CM x 19 CM

Yarn & Hooks

  • Yarn: HOBBII FRIENDS WHEEL (55% cotton/ 45% acrylic, 100 g (3.5 oz) ca. 400 m (437 yds)
    • Color 1 (C1) Bordeaux 043 (0,8 x 100gr/400mt skeins)
    • Color 2 (C2) Tomato 040 (1,2 x 100gr/400mt skeins)
    • Color 3 (C3) Mulberry 055 (1,2 x 100gr/400mt skeins)
    • Color 4 (C4) Pink 047 (1,8 x 100gr/400mt skeins)
    • Color 5 (C5) Dusty Mauve 058 (0,8 x 100gr/400mt skeins)
  • HOOK 3,5 mm
  • Tapestry needle (to weave and hide yarn ends)
  • Scissors

close up of crochet shawl with hearts and a rose flower

Abbreviations

CH – Chain
DC – Double Crochet
FO – Fasten off
HDC – Half Double Crochet
MC – Magic Circle
RS – Right Side
SS – Slip ST
ST – Stitch
TRC – Treble Crochet
WS – Wrong Side
YO – yarn over

The Pattern

(To begin a row, I have used the following method, since I like the straight edge it creates: CH 4 (for the beginning of a row) and TRC for the end of a row instead of DC.

Initial CH 4+CH 2 create half a block, same as final CH 2+1 TRC. Do not count those half blocks when counting STS to create the motifs.

This is how your shawl structure is supposed to grow:

This is what you should consider when counting blocks:

So, in this example:

  • on row 2 you have two filled blocks, so not considering initial half block (not shown in the pic), you will be counting: 3 DC for 1st block, 4 DC for 2nd and final block of row, not considering final half block (not shown in the pic).
  • on row 3 you have two filled blocks and two empty ones, so not considering initial half block (not shown in the pic), you will be counting: 3 DC for 1st block, 1 DC+CH 2 for 2nd block, 1 DC+CH 2 for 3rd block, 4 DC for 4th and final block of row, not considering final half block (not shown in the pic).

This is only an example to show you how you start and finish counting every row. Last example to help you: imagine a row with 10 blocks, plus the initial (CH 4+CH 2) and final (CH 2+1 TRC) half blocks. No matter if they are full or empty, you will count like this: 3 STS + 3 STS + 3 STS + 3 STS + 3 STS + 3 STS + 3 STS + 3 STS + 3 STS + 4 STS for a total of 31 STS!

crochet red and pink triangle shawl with hearts spread on a floor

The easily printable Charmed Harmony Shawl PDF version is available in our shop:

The Shawl

Start with C1
Row 1 (RS):
MC, CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (0 STS, 0 blocks)
starting from this row, follow the motif in the chart. The “X” blocks are starting and finishing half blocks (not considered when counting STS). The arrows indicate what direction you are making your row and reading the chart. I am gonna give you instructions for a few rows, then you can proceed the same way following the chart.

Row 2 (WS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), 3 DC (1st DC in same ST as initial CH 6, from now until the end of pattern), 4 DC, CH 2, TRC (in same ST as last DC, from now until the end of pattern, a.k.a. 4th CH of initial CH 4 of prev.row), turn. (7 STS, 2 blocks)

Row 3 (RS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 3, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (13 STS, 4 blocks)

Row 4 (WS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 5, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (19 STS, 6 blocks)

Row 5 (RS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 7, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (25 STS, 8 blocks)

Row 6 (WS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 9, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (31 STS, 10 blocks)

Row 7 (RS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 11, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (37 STS, 12 blocks)

Row 8 (WS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 13, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (43 STS, 14 blocks)

Change to C2.

Row 9 (RS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), 3 DC, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 14, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (49 STS, 16 blocks)

Row 10 (WS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 2, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 14, 3 DC, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (55 STS, 18 blocks)

Row 11 (RS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 3, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 6, *3 DC* x 2, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 6, *3 DC* x 2, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (61 STS, 20 blocks)

Row 12 (WS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 4, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 5, *3 DC* x 4, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 5, *3 DC* x 3, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (67 STS, 22 blocks)

close up of crochet triangle shawl with hearts in red and pink


Row 13 (RS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 5, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 4, *3 DC* x 6, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 4, *3 DC* x 4, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (73 STS, 24 blocks)

Row 14 (WS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 6, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 4, *3 DC* x 6, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 4, *3 DC* x 5, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (79 STS, 26 blocks)

Row 15 (RS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 7, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 3, *3 DC* x 8, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 3, *3 DC* x 6, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (85 STS, 28 blocks)

Row 16 (WS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 8, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 3, *3 DC* x 8, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 3, *3 DC* x 7, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (91 STS, 30 blocks)

Row 17 (RS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 9, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 3, *3 DC* x 8, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 3, *3 DC* x 8, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (97 STS, 32 blocks)

Row 18 (WS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 10, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 3, *3 DC* x 8, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 3, *3 DC* x 9, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (103 STS, 34 blocks)

The easily printable Charmed Harmony Shawl PDF version is available in our shop:

Row 19 (RS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 11, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 3, *3 DC* x 3, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 2, *3 DC* x 3, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 3, *3 DC* x 10, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (109 STS, 36 blocks)

Row 20 (WS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 12, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 4, *3 DC* x 2, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 2, *3 DC* x 2, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 4, *3 DC* x 11, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (115 STS, 38 blocks)

Row 21 (RS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 13, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 14, *3 DC* x 12, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (121 STS, 40 blocks)

Row 22 (WS):
CH 6 (counts as 1st TRC and 2 CHS), *3 DC* x 14, *1 DC+CH 2 and skip 2 STS* x 14, *3 DC* x 13, 4 DC, CH 2, TRC, turn. (127 STS, 42 blocks)

Change to C3.

And now you can proceed only by following the chart! I’m confident you can read it, it’s just math! Hope you like math!

This is the chart that you can follow in order to make your shawl:

Here is how I used my colors:

  • Rows 1-8: C1
  • Rows 9-22: C2
  • Rows 23-36: C3
  • Rows 37-50: C4
  • Rows 51-64: C5
  • Rows 65-78: C1
  • Rows 79-92: C2
  • Rows 93-106: C3
  • Rows 107-120: C4

After every color change, FO, cut and weave in your tail.

close up of a crochet shawl border in light pink

The Border

Attach C5 with a SS to the top right corner of your work (RS facing you), CH1 and HDC in same ST, HDC in all remaining STS of row, CH 2 and proceed on the side. You will place (2 SC + 2 HDC + 1 DC) in 1st CH4 space, then CH 2, then place (1 DC + 2 HDC + 2 SC) in next CH4 space.

Repeat these instructions all along the side, when you reach the lover point of the shawl, CH 2 and proceed in the same way all around the other side. At the end, SS to 1st HDC made on the top side, FO, cut and weave in your end.

crochet red and pink triangle shawl folded on a floor

Well done, you have completed CHARMED HARMONY SHAWL!

The easily printable Charmed Harmony Shawl PDF version is available in our shop:

You can sell finished items made from it, but please mention that the item is made using an Angel Koychev (@angelscrochetstudio) pattern.

About the Author

Angel Koychev is the creative force behind Angel’s Crochet Studio, where he brings intricate crochet designs to life with skillful hands and a passionate heart. With a background in art and a love for all things handmade, Angel discovered his calling in the world of crochet, where he combines traditional techniques with contemporary flair.



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