This beautiful lacy Wildflowers Shawl pattern features delicate crochet flowers in the design. You will be surprised how easy it is!
I have been loving making shawls lately! They are quicker to work than blankets and can be delicate and beautiful. They are a wonderful way to try out new stitches.
The Wildflowers Shawl features some easy crochet stitches, such as chain stitches and double crochet stitches, but it also features delicate little flower blossoms. These flower blossoms are created using bobble and cluster stitches.
Do not let the bobbles and clusters intimidate you though, there will be a full video tutorial following the written pattern below.
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For this design I have used a fingering weight yarn by Fleece and Harmony. Fleece and Harmony is a wonderful local yarn shop on Prince Edward Island, Canada and they make beautiful hand processed and hand dyed yarns.
The yarn I am using was a limited edition colour way called Thistle in their Flock Fingering. As, at the time of writing, this particular yarn is not available, I would recommend a colour in their Point Prim Sock Line. There are so many colours to choose from!
As well, you will need a 3.75 mm crochet hook. I will be using a wooden streamline hook by Furls Crochet in the video below.
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The Wildflowers Shawl:
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gauge: 20 sts x 8 rows of dc = 4 inches
Finished Size: 17 x 67 inches
Yarn: 3 skeins Flock Fingering Yarn by Fleece and Harmony™, colour shown: Thistle (100% Wool; 110g, 14 WPI, 380 yards; weight: fingering)
Hook: 3.75 mm (US F/5)
Notions: Yarn Needle.
Stitches and Abbreviations:
Bobble: (Yarn over, insert your hook into the next stitch, yarn over and draw up a loop) 3 times in the same stitch. Yarn over and draw through all 7 loops on your hook.
Ch – Chain
Cl – Cluster Stitch ([yo and insert your hook in the st indicated, yo draw up a loop] 3 times in the same double crochet, skip the next 2 ch-2 spaces, [yarn over, insert your hook into the next stitch, yarn over and draw up a loop] 3 times in the next double crochet, yarn over and draw through all 13 loops on your hook.)
Dc – Double Crochet
Picot – Ch 3, sl st into the top of the st at the base of the ch-3.
Rpt – Repeat
Sc – Single Crochet
Sk – Skip
Sl st – Slip stitch
Sp – Space
Yo – Yarn over
- Pattern is written in American English terms.
- Pattern is worked in rows.
- Ch 1 at the beginning of the row does not count as a stitch.
- Ch 3 at the beginning of the row counts as a double crochet stitch.
- Weave in ends as needed.
Free Crochet Pattern:
Row 1: Dc in the 4th ch from your hook and in each st across, ch 4 (counts as a dc, ch-1), turn.
Row 2: Sk the 1st st, *sk the next st, dc in the next st, ch 1; rpt from * across, ch 4, turn.
Row 3: Sk the 1st st, *sk the next ch-1 sp, dc in the next st, ch 1; rpt from * across, dc in the 3rd ch of the starting ch-4, ch 4, turn.
Row 4: Sk the 1st ch-1 sp, dc in the next dc, * ch 4, sk the next ch-1 sp, work cluster across the next 5 sts, ch 2, sk the next ch-1 sp, dc in the next dc, ch 1, dc in the next dc; rpt from * across, ending with your final dc in the 3rd ch of the starting ch-4. Ch 4, turn.
Row 5: Sk the 1st ch-1 sp, dc in the next dc, *ch 2, [bobble, ch 3, bobble] in the next cl, sk the next ch-4 sp, dc in the next dc, ch 1, dc in the next dc; rpt from * across, ending with the last dc in the 3rd ch of starting ch-4. Ch 4, turn.
Row 6: sk the 1st ch-1 sp, dc in the next dc, * ch 1, [dc, ch 1, dc] in the next ch-3 sp, ch 1, dc in the next ch-2 sp, ch 1, dc in the next dc, ch 1, dc in the next dc; rpt from * across, ending with a dc in the 3rd ch of the starting ch-4. Ch 4, turn.
Row 7: Sk the 1st st, *sk the next ch-1 sp, dc in the next st, ch 1; rpt from * across, dc in the 3rd ch of the starting ch-4, ch 3, turn.
Row 8: Dc in each of the next ch-1 sps and sts across. Ch 4, turn.
Repeat rows 2-8 five more times.
Fasten off, weave in ends.
Edging (worked along both short ends):
Join yarn with a sl st in the corner of one of the shorter sides.
Row 1: Ch 1, evenly work 87 sc along the short end. Ch 3, turn.
Row 2: Dc in each st across. Ch 1, turn.
Row 3: Sc in the 1st st, *sk the next 2 sts, 5 dc in the next st, sk the next 2 sts, sc in the next st; rpt from * across. Ch 1, turn.
Row 4: Sc in the 1st st, sc in each of the next 3 sts, * picot, sc in each of the next 6 sts; rpt from * across to the last 3 sts, sc in each of the final 3 sts.
Fasten off, weave in ends. I recommend blocking this shawl to the dimensions above.
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