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The Elizabeth Shawl Crochet Pattern

Spring is finally here!!! Which means that I can finally start designing some lacy and breezy garments once more! I was having designers block for a few months, but i’m finally at the point where I am feeling inspired and motivated again!

Now i’m normally not one to make a Shawl, however, I have been watching a LOT of When Calls The Heart and they have the prettiest shawls (and clothing in general) and i finally was inspired to make one!

Materials:

Final Measurements

  • 11 in X 70 in (not including the tassel fringe, the tassels come out an extra 10″ from each end of the shawl)

Abbreviations

  • CH – Chain
  • SK- Skip
  • SC – Single Crochet
  • DC – Double Crochet
  • SS – Suzette Stitch

Special Stitches: The Suzette Stitch

Row 1: Work 1 Single Crochet (SC)  and 1 Double Crochet (DC) in the second Chain Stitch, Skip 1 Chain, *1 SC and 1 DC into the next Chain Stitch, Skip 1 Chain*, Repeat from * to * until you reach the last stitch, Work 1 SC into the last stitch, Chain 1 and turn your work

Row 2: Work 1 SC and 1 DC into the first stitch, Skip 1 stitch, *Work 1 SC and 1 DC into the next stitch, Skip 1 stitch* Repeat from * to * until you reach the last stitch, Work 1 SC into the last stitch, Chain 1 and turn your work.

Shawl

Foundation

Chain 26

Row 1: SC into the second chain from the hook and SC into each chain across (25)

Row 2-10: CH 1, SC into each stitch across (25)

Row 11: CH 2 (counts as first DC), DC into each stitch across

Row 12-14: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 15: CH 2 (counts as first DC), DC into each stitch across

Row 16-18: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 19: CH 2 (counts as first DC), DC into each stitch across

Row 20-29: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 30: CH 2 (counts as first DC), DC into each stitch across

Row 31-33: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 34-43: CH1, SS all the way across

Row 44-46: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 47: CH 2 (counts as 1st DC), *CH 1, Skip 1 stitch, DC in the next stitch* repeat from * to * for the rest of the row

Row 48: CH 1, SC into the top of the 1st DC, *SC into the following CH stitch, SC into the top of the next DC*, repeat from * to * for the rest of the row

Row 49-50: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 51-60: CH1, SS all the way across

Row 61-63: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 64: CH 2 (counts as 1st DC), *CH 1, Skip 1 stitch, DC in the next stitch* repeat from * to * for the rest of the row

Row 65: CH 1, SC into the top of the 1st DC, *SC into the following CH stitch, SC into the top of the next DC*, repeat from * to * for the rest of the row

Row 66-68: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 69-78: CH1, SS all the way across

Row 78-80: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 81: CH 2 (counts as 1st DC), *CH 1, Skip 1 stitch, DC in the next stitch* repeat from * to * for the rest of the row

Row 82: CH 1, SC into the top of the 1st DC, *SC into the following CH stitch, SC into the top of the next DC*, repeat from * to * for the rest of the row

Row 83-85: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 86-95: CH1, SS all the way across

Row 96-98: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 99: CH 2 (counts as first DC), DC into each stitch across

Row 100-109: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 110: CH 2 (counts as first DC), DC into each stitch across

Row 111-113: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 110: CH 2 (counts as first DC), DC into each stitch across

Row 111-113: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Row 114: CH 2 (counts as first DC), DC into each stitch across

Row 115-124: CH 1, SC into each stitch across

Adding The Fringe

Cut 50 strands of 20″ pieces of yarn and loop one of the strands through each stitch on the ends to create a tassel fringe. If you want a thicker fringe go ahead and add more strands of yarn to each stitch.

That is all there is to it! You are now finished with your Elizabeth Shawl!

I hope you enjoyed this pattern! The Feels Like Butta Yarn is SO soft and will help you stay warm on those colder spring and summer nights! It can also totally double as a bigger scarf for the colder months! As always if you have any question please feel free to reach out, and if you end up making this shawl, please tag me on instagram or send me a picture! I would love to see the final product! You guys are the best!

shawl side view
shawl doubles as scarf
shawl back view
shawl front view

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