A colorful crochet shawl on a couch.

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Welcome warm days with beautiful spring shawl. The scalloped triangle shawl is one of the most popular shawl patterns among crocheters. It’s easy to make, versatile and looks great in any color or yarn weights. In this article, we’ll explore all the different ways you can use these keywords to create your own stunning shawl.

First, let’s start with the basics. A shawl is a simple and elegant garment that can be worn in a variety of ways. It can be draped over your shoulders as a cozy wrap, or wrapped around your neck like a scarf. It’s perfect for keeping warm on chilly spring evenings or for adding a pop of color to your outfit.

The scalloped triangle shawl is a popular pattern that features a repeating stitch pattern that creates a beautiful scalloped edge. It’s a great project for beginners because it uses simple crochet stitches like double crochet and single crochet. You can find a variety of free patterns online, including video tutorials and step-by-step instructions.

One of the great things about the scalloped triangle shawl is that it’s so versatile. You can use any type of yarn you like, from fine lace-weight yarn to bulky wool. Worsted weight yarn is a popular choice because it’s easy to work with and comes in a wide range of colors.

Another popular shawl pattern is the rectangle shawl. This shawl is made by crocheting a simple rectangle and then adding tassels or fringe to the ends. It’s a great pattern for those who prefer a more traditional style of shawl. You can find a variety of free patterns online, including stitch patterns and video tutorials.

If you’re looking for a more modern take on the shawl, consider the triangle shawl. This shawl is made by starting at the center of the triangle and working outwards. The result is a beautiful, triangular shawl that’s perfect for wrapping around your shoulders or neck. You can find a variety of free patterns online, including stitch patterns and video tutorials.

When it comes to choosing yarn for your shawl, consider the weight of the yarn. Worsted weight yarn is a popular choice because it’s easy to work with and comes in a wide range of colors. However, you can also use finer weight yarns for a more delicate shawl or bulky weight yarns for a more cozy shawl.

To add interest to your shawl, consider using different stitch patterns. The scalloped triangle shawl pattern is a popular choice because it’s easy to work and creates a beautiful, textured edge. However, you can also use other stitch patterns like the shell stitch or the v-stitch to add interest and texture to your shawl.

In addition to the scalloped triangle shawl pattern, there are many other wrap patterns to choose from. The rectangular shawl, for example, is a classic style that’s easy to make and looks great in any color or yarn. The triangle shawl is a more modern take on the shawl that’s perfect for those who want a stylish and trendy look.

To make your shawl even more unique, consider adding tassels or fringe to the ends. This is a great way to add interest and texture to your shawl and make it truly your own. You can find a variety of free patterns online that include tassel and fringe instructions.

If you’re new to crocheting, don’t worry. There are plenty of free sewing patterns and video tutorials available online that will help you get started. You can also find a variety of stitch patterns and other resources to help you create your own unique shawl.

Create your own shawl collection using your creativity. Change the crochet hook size, add tassels or play with stitches in row repeat. From chunky crochet wrap to summer shawls, explore all the crochet projects.

 

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Skills:  Easy  Yarn: Knit Picks Chroma Fingering   Designer : Orchidee flower

German Scallop Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
photos: Ernieball

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German Scallop –  visit the free pattern site. You may also go here to see a detailed photo tutorial. More details about the yarn and hook of this project you can see here.

Needed a quick and pretty gift to donate, or want another opportunity to do this Triangle Crochet Shawl Free again?

Triangle Scallop Crochet Shawl Free Pattern

The pattern site is here

If you love this pattern as I do, see the Moroccan Dreams Shawl. Slightly modified Bywuscheltigger with picot-edging after the 9th repeat, this shawl stands out among many other great realizations.

Scallop Crochet Shawl

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Moroccan Dreams Shawl

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6 Comments

  1. I be doing my Xmas gifts,shawl will be 1st to do.ive been crocheting since age6.started with fillet (My cousin) was my teacher.gloves ,handkerchiefs, doilies.luv it

    1. Jennifer Morgan says:

      I’m in the middle of making Christmas gifts but would love to make it afterwards

    1. Link to the pattern is at the end of the post.

  2. I don’t know understand how to get to the patterns! Can you please help?

    1. Hi, thank you for your comment. A link to the free pattern is under the NAME of the pattern at the end of the post or there is a name of a pattern + visit a PATTERN SITE”.

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