golden and brown crochet shawl hanging on a wall and close up of the triangle shawl

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Step into a world of warmth and elegance with the Golden Harvest Shawl, a breathtaking crochet creation designed to capture the essence of autumn’s golden hues. Take a closer look at the enchanting beauty and timeless appeal of this exquisite shawl pattern created by Angel Koychev from Angel’s Crochet Studio.

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Explore the intricate stitchwork and captivating design elements that make the Golden Harvest Shawl a true work of art. From delicate lace motifs to rich textures reminiscent of falling leaves, every aspect of this pattern exudes charm and sophistication.

Whether draped elegantly over the shoulders as a statement piece or wrapped snugly around the neck for added warmth, this versatile accessory is sure to turn heads and elevate your look. Start your Golden Harvest Shawl journey today and experience the magic of crochet in full bloom.

This pattern was born as a partnership with HOBBII YARN called @HobbiiMagicalGarden

crochet triangle shawl in brown and golden yellow color

The following pattern has been written using US terms. Every initial CH 2/3/4 of row count as 1st ST. CH 4 is a TRC, CH 3 a DC, CH 2 a HDC.
These initial STS and the last ones of every row are one step bigger compared to the other STS of the row, so the top side wont “pull”.
For example, a row of DC will have a TRC as 1st and last ST. The STS indicated between () refer to one side of the work, the total number of STS for every row equals double that number plus CH 2 in the middle.
Every CH 1 worked when creating rows will be considered as ST, so when working next row, a ST will go in that CH as in remaining STS. For rows 9-16, 39-46, 69-76, I recommend you work STS in CH, not around them, because the final result will be better.
This is the repetition of sections you will be making to finish the whole shawl, starting from Row 5: “Waves – Flowers – Bridge – 3D Flowers – Bridge”
For this pattern I have used 10 different colors of cotton yarn, giving indication on when to change colors. Another way of making the shawl would be ignoring those suggestions and proceeding with a cake yarn if you prefer!
The final measurements of the shawl should be: 270 cm in width and 115 cm in length, both short sides 180 cm. You will also find a printable version that might be helpful.

Difficulty Level

This is an intermediate crochet pattern.

Gauge

18 SC x 22 ROWS = 10 CM x 10 CM

Yarn & Hooks

  • Hobbii Friends Cotton 8/4 (100% cotton, 50 g (1.75 oz) ca. 160 m (174 yds)
    • Color 1 (C1) 03 Oatmilk (1,5 x 50gr/160mt skeins)
    • Color 2 (C2) 22 Lemon Curd (2 x 50gr/160mt skeins)
    • Color 3 (C3) 23 Lemon (2 x 50gr/160mt skeins)
    • Color 4 (C4) 24 Sunflower (2 x 50gr/160mt skeins)
    • Color 5 (C5) 26 Dark Yellow (2 x 50gr/160mt skeins)
    • Color 6 (C6) 28 Mustard (2 x 50gr/160mt skeins)
    • Color 7 (C7) 13 Ochre (2 x 50gr/160mt skeins)
    • Color 8 (C8) 14 Caramel (2 x 50gr/160mt skeins)
    • Color 9 (C9) 15 Walnut (2 x 50gr/160mt skeins)
    • Color 10 (C10) 11 Chestnut (2 x 50gr/160mt skeins)
  • HOOK 3,5 mm
  • Tapestry needle (to weave and hide yarn ends)
  • Scissors

Abbreviations

BP – Back Post
BPDC – Back Post DC
CH – Chain
DC – Double Crochet
FLO – Front Loop Only
FLW – Flower ST: 2 DC in same ST. *CH 2+2 DC+CH 2+SS* twice around the post of
the 2nd DC made.
*CH 2+2 DC+CH 2+SS* 3 times around the post of the 1st DC made. CH 1.
FO – Fasten off
FPDC – Front Post DC
HDC – Half Double Crochet
MR – Magic Ring
Picot – SC (or other type of ST), CH3, SS in front loop of last ST made
RS – Right Side
SC – Single Crochet
SS – Slip ST
ST – Stitch
TRC – Treble Crochet
WS – Wrong Side

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crochet triangle shawl in golden yellow and brown color spread on a floor

Pattern

At the end of each row turn your work.

With C1, make MR

Row 1 (RS)
CH 4, 5 DC, CH 2 (middle), 5 DC, 1 TRC (6)

Row 2 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 5 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 5 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (10)

Row 3 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 9 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 9 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST, change to C2 on last ST, cut and weave in your C1 tail (14)

Waves Section 1

Row 4 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 13 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 13 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (18)

Row 5 (RS)
CH 4+CH 2 in 1st ST, *DC, CH 2, skip 2 STS* x 6, 1 DC+CH 2+1 DC (middle), CH 2, skip 1 ST, *DC, CH 2, skip 2 STS* x 6, 1 TRC in last ST (22)

Row 6 (WS)
CH 4+CH 1+1 DC in 1st ST, *CH 2, skip 2 STS, DC* x 7, CH1+1 DC+CH 2+1 DC+CH 1 (middle), *DC, CH 2, skip 2 STS* x 7, 1 DC+CH 1+1 TRC in last ST (26)

After you finish this section, go back to this part and follow these additional instructions: In this row, we are going to make an addition that looks like waves!

With RS facing you, attach same color with a SS to second DC made on the row (see image), CH3 (counts as 1st DC), 2 DC around same ST. Now proceed with 3 DC around the “upper” CH 2 of the row, then 3 DC around the next DC of row, 3 DC around next “lower” CH 2 of row and so on. You are going to the same on the whole row: always changing ad a 90° angle from one ST to the next, using all vertical DC of row and alternating “upper” and “lower” CH 2 of row.

Follow the arrows on pic. When you reach next to last DC of row and place your 3 DC, FO, cut and weave in your end.

close up of brown crochet shawl pattern

Row 7 (RS)
CH 4+CH 1+1 DC in 1st ST, CH 1 and skip 1st ST, *DC, CH 2, skip 2 STS* x 8, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), *CH 2, skip 2 STS, DC* x 8, CH 1 and skip next ST, 1 DC+CH 1+1 TRC in last ST (30)

Row 8 (WS)
CH 4+2DC in 1st ST, 29 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 29 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST, change to C3 on last ST, cut and weave in your C2 tail (34) (before moving on to the next Section, go back and follow the additional part!)

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Flowers Section 1

Row 9 (RS)
CH 2+1 SC in 1st ST, 33 BPSC, 1 SC+CH 2+1 SC (middle), 33 BPSC, 1 SC+1 HDC in last ST (36)

Row 10 (WS)
CH 3+1 HDC in 1st ST, 35 FLO HDC, 1 HDC+CH 2+1 HDC (middle), 35 FLO HDC, 1 HDC+1 DC in last ST (38)

Row 11 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, *5 DC, SC, HDC, DC, CH 4 and skip 1 ST, DC, HDC, SC* x 3, 1 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 1 DC, *SC, HDC, DC, CH 4 and skip 1 ST, DC, HDC, SC, 5 DC* x 3, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (42)

Row 12 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 2 DC, *5 DC, CH 4, skip SC+HDC+DC+CH, SC in next CH twice, CH 4, skip CH+DC+HDC+SC* x 3, 3 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 3 DC, *CH 4, skip SC+HDC+DC+CH, SC in next CH twice, CH 4, skip CH+DC+HDC+SC, 5 DC* x 3, 2 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (46)

Row 13 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 4 DC, *5 DC, CH 4, skip CH 4 from prev. row, SS in next SC twice, CH 4, skip CH 4 from prev. row* x 3, 5 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 5 DC, *CH 4, skip CH 4 from prev. row, SS in next SC twice, CH 4, skip CH 4 from prev. row, 5 DC* x 3, 4 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (50)

Row 14 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 6 DC, *5 DC, SC in CH, HDC in CH, DC in CH, CH 1 over next CH+2 SS+CH, DC in CH, HDC in CH, SC in CH* x 3, 7 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 7 DC, *SC in CH, HDC in CH, DC in CH, CH 1 over next CH+2 SS+CH, DC in CH, HDC in CH, SC in CH, 5 DC* x 3, 6 DC, 2DC+1 TRC in last ST (54)

Row 15 (RS)
CH 3+1 HDC in 1st ST, 53 HDC, HDC+CH 2 +HDC (middle), 53 HDC, 1 HDC+1 DC in last ST (56)

Row 16 (WS)
CH 2+1 SC in 1st ST, 55 SC in 3rd loop of HDC, 1 SC+CH 2+1 SC (middle), 55 SC in 3rd loop, 1 SC+1 HDC in last ST, change to C4 on last ST, cut and weave in your C3 tail (58)

filet crochet flowers in brown color

Bridge Section 1A

Row 17 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 57 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 57 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (62)

Row 18 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 61 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 61 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (66)

Row 19 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 65 BPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 65 BPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (70)

Row 20 (WS)
CH 4+1 DC+ CH 1 in 1st ST, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 35, 1 DC+CH 2+1 DC (middle), CH 1, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 35, 1 DC+1 TRC in last ST (74)

Row 21 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 73 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 73 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (78)

Row 22 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 77 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 77 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (82)

Row 23 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 81 BPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 81 BPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST, change to C5 on last ST, cut and weave in your C4 tail (86)

3D Flowers Section 1

Row 24 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 85 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 85 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (90)

Row 25 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, *9 DC, 1 FLW* x 8, 9 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 9 DC, *1 FLW, 9 DC* x 8, 9 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (94)

Row 26 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 93 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 93 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (98) (when you encounter a FLW, place the DC in the CH 1 space, not in the initial 2 DC made for the flower), change to C6 on last ST, cut and weave in your C5 tail.

Bridge Section 1B

Row 27 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 97 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 97 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (102)

Row 28 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 101 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 101 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (106)

Row 29 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 105 BPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 105 BPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (110)

Row 30 (WS)
CH 4+1 DC+ CH 1 in 1st ST, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 55, 1 DC+CH 2+1 DC (middle), CH 1, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 55, 1 DC+1 TRC in last ST (114)

Row 31 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 113 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 113 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (118)

Row 32 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 117 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 117 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (122)

Row 33 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 121 BPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 121 BPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST, change to C7 on last ST, cut and weave in your C6 tail (126)

close up of crochet triangle shawl in brown and yellow

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Waves Section 2

Row 34 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 125 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 125 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (130)

Row 35 (RS)
CH 4+CH 2 in 1st ST, *DC, CH 2, skip 2 STS* x 43, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), *CH 2, skip 2 ST, DC* x 43, CH 2+1 TRC in last ST (134)

ow 36( WS)
CH 4+CH 1+1 DC in 1st ST, *CH 2, skip 2 STS, DC* x 44, CH2, 1 DC+CH 2+1 DC (middle), CH 2 and skip 1st DC, *DC, CH 2, skip 2 STS* x 44, 1 DC+CH 1+1 TRC in last ST (138)

After you finish this section, go back to this part and follow these additional instructions: On this row, we are going to make an addition that looks like waves!

With RS facing you, attach same color with a SS to second DC made on the row (see image), CH3 (counts as 1st DC), 2 DC around same ST. Now proceed with 3 DC around the “upper” CH 2 of the row, then 3 DC around the next DC of row, 3 DC around next “lower” CH 2 of row and so on.

You are going to the same on the whole row: always changing ad a 90° angle from one ST to the next, using all vertical DC of row and alternating “upper” and “lower” CH 2 of row. Follow the arrows on pic. When you reach next to last DC of row and place your 3 DC, FO, cut and weave in your end.

Row 37 (RS)
CH 4+CH 1+ 1 DC in 1st ST, CH 1 and skip 1st ST, *DC, CH 2, skip 2 STS* x 45, 1 DC, CH 1, 1 DC+CH 2+1 DC (middle), CH 1, *1 DC, CH 2, skip 2 STS* x 45, 1 DC, CH 1 and skip next ST, 1 DC+CH 1+1 TRC in last ST (142)

Row 38 (WS)
CH 4+2DC in 1st ST, 141 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 141 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST, change to C8 on last ST, cut and weave in your C7 tail (146)
(before moving on to the next Section, go back and follow the additional part!)

close up of brown and yellow crochet shawl

Flowers Section 2

Row 39 (RS)
CH 2+1 SC in 1st ST, 145 BPSC, 1 SC+CH 2+1 SC (middle), 145 BPSC, 1 SC+1 HDC in last ST (148)

Row 40 (WS)
CH 3+1 HDC in 1st ST, 147 FLO HDC, 1 HDC+CH 2+1 HDC (middle), 147 FLO HDC, 1 HDC+1 DC in last ST (150)

Row 41 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, *5 DC, SC, HDC, DC, CH 4 and skip 1 ST, DC, HDC, SC* x 12, 5 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 5 DC, *SC, HDC, DC, CH 4 and skip 1 ST, DC, HDC, SC, 5 DC* x 12, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (154)

Row 42 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 2 DC, *5 DC, CH 4, skip SC+HDC+DC+CH, SC in next CH twice, CH 4, skip CH+DC+HDC+SC* x 12, 7 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 7 DC, *CH 4, skip SC+HDC+DC+CH, SC in next CH twice, CH 4, skip CH+DC+HDC+SC, 5 DC* x 12, 2 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (158)

Row 43 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 4 DC, *5 DC, CH 4, skip CH 4 from prev. row, SS in next SC twice, CH 4, skip CH 4 from prev. row* x 12, 9 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 9 DC, *CH 4, skip CH 4 from prev. row, SS in next SC twice, CH 4, skip CH 4 from prev. row, 5 DC* x 12, 4 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (162)

Row 44 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 6 DC, *5 DC, SC in CH, HDC in CH, DC in CH, CH 1 over next CH+2 SS+CH, DC in CH, HDC in CH, SC in CH* x 12, 11 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 11 DC, *SC in CH, HDC in CH, DC in CH, CH 1 over next CH+2 SS+CH, DC in CH, HDC in CH, SC in CH, 5 DC* x 12, 6 DC, 2DC+1 TRC in last ST (166)

Row 45 (RS)
CH 3+1 HDC in 1st ST, 165 HDC, HDC+CH 2+ HDC (middle), 165 HDC, 1 HDC+1 DC in last ST (168)

Row 46 (WS)
CH 2+1 SC in 1st ST, 167 SC in 3rd loop of HDC, 1 SC+CH 2+1 SC (middle), 167 SC in 3rd loop, 1 SC+1 HDC in last ST, change to C9 on last ST, cut and weave in your C8 tail (170)

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Bridge Section 2A

Row 47 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 169 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 169 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (174)

Row 48 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 173 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 173 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (178)

Row 49 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 177 BPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 177 BPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (182)

Row 50 (WS)
CH 4+1 DC+ CH 1 in 1st ST, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 91, 1 DC+CH 2+1 DC (middle), CH 1, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 91, 1 DC+1 TRC in last ST (186)

Row 51 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 185 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 185 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (190)

Row 52 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 189 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 189 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (194)

Row 53 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 193 BPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 193 BPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST, change to C10 on last ST, cut and weave in your C9 tail (198)

close up of different crochet stitches

3D Flowers Section 2

Row 54 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 197 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 197 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (202)

Row 55 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, *9 DC, 1 FLW* x 20, 1 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 1 DC, *1 FLW, 9 DC* x 20, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (206)

Row 56 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 205 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 205 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (210) (when you encounter a FLW, place the DC in the CH 1 space, not in the initial 2 DC made for the flower).

From this point going forward, I am going to only change my colors when I finish the available skeins (I started this pattern with 2 skeins for each color), so not every section anymore. This is helpful while writing the pattern down, since I don‘t know exactly how much I will be needing, but thankfully, the changes will look great this way too!

If you prefer, keeping in mind you might need slightly more yardage than indicated, you can keep every section with a separate color. Otherwise, if you follow my instructions to the letter, I will be letting you know when I change mine.

The only important thing, in order to give the work a subtle variation in hues is, from the next color change, to go backwards with the colors: so next one will be C9, than C8 and so on!

crochet flowers three in a row in golden yellow color

Bridge Section 2B

Row 57 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 209 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 209 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (214)

Row 58 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 213 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 213 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (218)

Row 59 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 217 BPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 217 BPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (222)

Row 60 (WS)
CH 4+1 DC+ CH 1 in 1st ST, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 111, 1 DC+CH 2+1 DC (middle), CH 1, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 111, 1 DC+1 TRC in last ST (226)

Row 61 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 225 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 225 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (230)
I changed to C9 here.

Row 62 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 229 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 229 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (234)

Row 63 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 233 BPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 233 BPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST, change to C2 on last ST, cut and weave in your C1 tail (238)

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Waves Section 3

Row 64 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 237 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 237 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (242)

I changed to C8 here
Row 65 (RS)
CH 4+CH 2 in 1st ST, *DC, CH 2, skip 2 STS* x 80, 1 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 1 DC, *CH 2, skip 2 ST, DC* x 80, CH 2+1 TRC in last ST (246)

Row 66( WS)
CH 4+CH 1+1 DC in 1st ST, *CH 2, skip 2 STS, DC* x 81, CH 2, skip 2 STS, 2 DC+CH 2+ DC (middle), CH2, skip 2 STS, *DC, CH 2, skip 2 STS* x 81, 1 DC+CH 1+1 TRC in last ST (250)

After you finish this section, go back to this part and follow these additional instructions: On this row, we are going to make an addition that looks like waves! With RS facing you, attach same color with a SS to second DC made on the row (see image), CH3 (counts as 1st DC), 2 DC around same ST.

Now proceed with 3 DC around the “upper” CH 2 of the row, then 3 DC around the next DC of row, 3 DC around next “lower” CH 2 of row and so on. You are going to the same on the whole row: always changing ad a 90° angle from one ST to the next, using all vertical DC of row and alternating “upper” and “lower” CH 2 of row.

Follow the arrows on pic. When you reach next to last DC of row and place your 3 DC, FO, cut and weave in your end.

Row 67 (RS)
CH 4+CH 1+ 1 DC in 1st ST, CH 1 and skip 1st ST, *DC, CH 2, skip 2 STS* x 82, 1 DC, CH 2, skip 1 ST, 1 DC+CH 2+1 DC (middle), CH 2, skip 1 ST, *1 DC, CH 2, skip 2 STS* x 82, 1 DC, CH 1 and skip next ST, 1 DC+CH 1+1 TRC in last ST (254)

I changed to C7 here
Row 68 (WS)
CH 4+2DC in 1st ST, 253 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 253 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (258)
(before moving on to the next Section, go back and follow the additional part!)

close up of different crochet stitches on a triangle shawl

Flowers Section 3

Row 69 (RS)
CH 2+1 SC in 1st ST, 257 BPSC, 1 SC+CH 2+1 SC (middle), 257 BPSC, 1 SC+1 HDC in last ST (260)

Row 70 (WS)
CH 3+1 HDC in 1st ST, 259 FLO HDC, 1 HDC+CH 2+1 HDC (middle), 259 FLO HDC, 1 HDC+1 DC in last ST (262)

Row 71 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, *5 DC, SC, HDC, DC, CH 4 and skip 1 ST, DC, HDC, SC* x 21, 9 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 9 DC, *SC, HDC, DC, CH 4 and skip 1 ST, DC, HDC, SC, 5 DC* x 21, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (266)

Row 72 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 2 DC, *5 DC, CH 4, skip SC+HDC+DC+CH, SC in next CH twice, CH 4, skip CH+DC+HDC+SC* x 21, 11 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 11 DC, *CH 4, skip SC+HDC+DC+CH, SC in next CH twice, CH 4, skip CH+DC+HDC+SC, 5 DC* x 21, 2 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (270)

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Row 73 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 4 DC, *5 DC, CH 4, skip CH 4 from prev. row, SS in next SC twice, CH 4, skip CH 4 from prev. row* x 21, 13 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 13 DC, *CH 4, skip CH 4 from prev. row, SS in next SC twice, CH 4, skip CH 4 from prev. row, 5 DC* x 21, 4 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (274)

I changed to C6 here
Row 74 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 6 DC, *5 DC, SC in CH, HDC in CH, DC in CH, CH 1 over next CH+2 SS+CH, DC in CH, HDC in CH, SC in CH* x 21, 15 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 15 DC, *SC in CH, HDC in CH, DC in CH, CH 1 over next CH+2 SS+CH, DC in CH, HDC in CH, SC in CH, 5 DC* x 21, 6 DC, 2DC+1 TRC in last ST (278)

Row 75 (RS)
CH 3+1 HDC in 1st ST, 277 HDC, HDC+CH 2+HDC (middle), 277 HDC, 1 HDC+1 DC in last ST (280)

Row 76 (WS)
CH 2+1 SC in 1st ST, 279 SC in 3rd loop of HDC, 1 SC+CH 2+1 SC (middle), 279 SC in 3rd loop, 1 SC+1 HDC in last ST, change to C9 on last ST, cut and weave in your C8 tail (282)

close up of different crochet stitches in a row

Bridge Section 3A

Row 77 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 281 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 281 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (286)

Row 78 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 285 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 285 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (290)

I changed to C5 here
Row 79 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 289 BPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 289 BPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (294)

Row 80 (WS)
CH 4+1 DC+ CH 1 in 1st ST, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 147, 1 DC+CH 2+1 DC (middle), CH 1, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 147, 1 DC+1 TRC in last ST (298)

Row 81 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 297 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 297 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (302)

Row 82 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 301 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 301 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (306)

Row 83 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 305 BPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 305 BPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (310)

I changed to C4 here

3D Flowers Section 3

Row 84 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 309 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 309 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (314)

Row 85 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, *9 DC, 1 FLW* x 31, 3 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 3 DC, *1 FLW, 9 DC* x 31, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (318)

Row 86 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 317 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 317 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (322) (when you encounter a FLW, place the DC in the CH 1 space, not in the initial 2 DC made for the flower).

I changed to C3 here

folded crochet shawl in yellow and brown color

The easily printable Golden Harvest Shawl PDF version is available in our shop:

Bridge Section 3B

Row 87 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 321 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 321 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (326)

Row 88 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 325 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 325 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (330)

Row 89 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 329 BPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 329 BPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (334)

Row 90 (WS)
CH 4+1 DC+ CH 1 in 1st ST, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 167, 1 DC+CH 2+1 DC (middle), CH 1, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 167, 1 DC+1 TRC in last ST (338)

Row 91 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 337 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 337 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (342)

I changed to C2 here
Row 92 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 341 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 341 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (346)

Row 93 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 345 BPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 345 BPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (350)

Additional Section (to finish the last skeins of yarn!)

Row 94 (WS)
CH 4+1 DC+ CH 1 in 1st ST, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 175, 1 DC+CH 2+1 DC (middle), CH 1, *1 DC, CH1 and skip 1 ST* x 175, 1 DC+1 TRC in last ST (354)

Row 95 (RS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 353 DC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 353 DC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (358)

Row 96 (WS)
CH 4+2 DC in 1st ST, 357 FPDC, 2 DC+CH 2+2 DC (middle), 357 FPDC, 2 DC+1 TRC in last ST (362)

I changed to C1 here

close up of white and yellow crochet border

The Border

Row 1:
CH2 + SC in 1st ST, 361 SC, 2 SC+CH2+2 SC (middle), 361 SC, 1 SC+1 HDC in last ST (365) FO, cut and weave in your tail.

Row 2:
SS to 1st ST of prev. row, CH 2 (doesn’t count as ST), start the next part in same ST. This row will be a multiple of 5 STS on each of the 2 sides. Repeat the following instructions on each side, in the corner place CH 2 after last repetition on one side and 1st repetition on next side.
When both sides are done, FO, cut and weave in your tail.

Repetition:
DC, CH 1 & skip 1 ST, DC in next 3 STS, CH 3 & take loop off the hook. Insert hook in 1st DC of previous group of 3 and pull up the loop of the 3rd CH. CH 2, 3 DC, 2 TRC, PICOT, 1 TRC, 3 DC, CH 2, SS in CH 3 space. CH 1 & skip 1 ST.

Well done, you have completed GOLDEN HARVEST SHAWL!

The easily printable Golden Harvest Shawl PDF version is available in our shop:


golden yellow and brown crochet triangular shawl hanging on a wallYou 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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