Designing this triangular crochet shawl pattern was a dream come true! If you are looking for a crochet shawl with a mixt of texture and beautiful use of colors, then this shawl is for you.
This triangular crochet shawl pattern a repeat of basic row, after the first few rows, you do not need to be glued to reading the pattern as you can continue the repeats.
How to make a triangular shawl
Triangular crochet shawls can be designed in various ways – could be from the tip, which gradually fans out or you could make your own triangular crochet shawls from the widest length and gradually tappers it. Triangular crochet shawls can also be made using corner to corner method!
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Schematics for this textured Triangular crochet shawl pattern
Yarn suggestion for the triangular crochet shawl pattern
Considering the added bobbles in this shawl, a lightweight DK yarn is suggested. You could even substitute with a sport weight yarn.
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Materials needed for the blooming triangular shawl
Paintbox Yarns, cotton 4 Ply.
(8) skeins in Mustard Yellow 12 (MC) (5) skeins in Banana Yoghurt 02 (CC)
4 Ply; 170m per 50g ball; 100% Cotton
1080 yards in MC
670 yards in CC
Terms – US terms
Skill required- Intermediate
Gauge – 20 sts x 22 rows = 10cm measured over dc, gauge is not critical for this Project.
Hook and other materials
crochet hook – 3 mm hook
Stitch Markers – 2 pc
Finished measurement – 170 cm wingspan and 102 cm depth
Stitch Tutorial – Bobbles = 7dctog – *Yarn round hook twice, insert hook into indicated st, yrh, draw yarn through, yrh and pull through 2 loops, (yrh, draw yarn through another 2 loops) repeat from * 6 more times, “you should have 8 loops around your hook”, yrh, pull through all the loops at once.
Helpful tips for making this triangular shawl Pattern
- Unless otherwise stated turning chains do/do not count as a stitch.
- This pattern is worked in the row, but you do not turn after each row as you are crocheting with 2 different colors.
- Use a st marker or waste yarn to secure the color not in use.
Special stitch tutorial for the Triangular crochet shawl pattern
This shawl uses the arcade crochet stitch with added bobbles. I have a detailed stitch tutorial here to help you master yours and create a beautiful, colorful shawl with two colors.
Since you love this triangular shawl pattern, you should also checkout the following crochet patterns that uses similar stitch pattern.
With MC, Chain 407
Row 1 (RS): Sc in 3rd ch from hook and in each of the ch across, turn. 406 sts
Row 2 (WS): Ch 1, sc in first st, ch 1, skip next st, *sc in next st, ch 5, skip next 4 sts, sc in next st, ch 3, skip 3 sts, rep from * until the last 8 sts, sc in next st, ch 5, skip next 4 sts, sc in next st, ch 1, skip next st, sc in last st
Row 3 (RS): Ch 1, *11 dc in ch 5 sp, skip next st, sc in ch 3 sp, skip next st, rep from * to last ch 5 sp, 11 dc in ch 5 sp, skip next st and ch 1 sp, sc in last st, turn. 528 sts
Row 4 (WS): Ch 1, ss in next 5 sts, *sc in next st, ch 1, skip next st, sc in next st, ch 7, skip next 9 sts, rep from * until the last 7 sts, sc in next st, ch 1, skip next st, sc in next st, leave the last 4 sts unworked.
- Place stitch marker to secure the stitches and drop MC
- Next Row is crocheted into Row 3 not Row 4
- With the wrong side facing you, join MC ss to the first sc from Row 3.
- Make sure to have the ch 1 from Row 4 pulled towards you, with the bobbles on the right side (away from you) all ch 1’s behind the bobbles, and all bobble is crocheted into the skipped stitch from row 4
Row 5 (WS): With CC, ch 4, skip first 5 sts, sc in next st, 1 bobble in next st, ch 7, * skip next 11 sts, 1 bobble in skipped st from a row below, ch 7, rep from * to the last ch 1 sp, 1 bobble in skipped st, sc in next st, leave the remaining sts unworked, turn. 46 sts
* Drop CC and secure with stitch marker.
* The next row is worked over both Row 4 and 5.
* Each shell (11 dc) is crocheted over the chain spaces from the last 2 rows (ch made in MC and CC).
* Each sc is crocheted behind the bobble into ch 1 sp.
Row 6 (RS): With MC, ch 1 *sc in ch 1 sp, 11 dc over both (ch 7 from row 4 and ch 7 from row 5), rep from * to last ch 1 sp, sc in last ch 1 sp, turn. 517 sts
Row 7 (WS): Ch 1, ss in next 5 sts, *sc in next st, ch 1, skip next st, sc in next st, ch 7, skip next 9 sts, rep from * until the last 7 sts, sc in next st, ch 1, skip next st, sc in next st, leave the last 4 sts unworked, turn. 86 sts
Secure MC with stitch marker and set aside.
Crocheting into row 6
Pull all ch 1 sp backwards
All bobbles are made in front of ch 1 sp into the skiped st from 2 rows below
Row 8 (RS): With CC, ch 4, skip first 4 sts in row 6, sc in next st, 1 bobble in skiped st from a row, *ch 7, skip next 11 sts, 1 bobble in next st, rep from * to the last ch 1 sp, 1 bobble in skiped st, sc in next st, leave the remaining sts unworked. 45 sts
Drop CC, do not turn
Pick up MC
Row 9 (RS): Rep Row 6. 505 sts
Row 10 (WS): Rep Row 7. 84 sts
Do not turn
Row 11 (WS): With CC, ch 4, skip first 5 sts, sc in next st, 1 bobble in skipped st from a row below pulled towards you, *ch 7, skip next 11 sts, with the ch 1 from a Row below pulled towards you, 1 bobble in next st (from 2 rows below), rep from * to the last st, dc in last st. 45 sts
Row 12 (RS): Rep Row 6. 492 sts
Row 13 (WS): Rep Row 7. 82 sts
Row 14 (WS): Rep Row 8. 43 sts
Row 15 – 134: Rep rows 9 – 14 until you have 1 bobble and 1 shell remaining.
Continue the repeats until you have a shell and a bobble remaining.
Fasten off MC and CC
With right side facing you, join MC with ss to the tip, crocheting across both edges and leaving the foundation chain.
Row 1: Ch 1, sc in each st across, make sure to crochet over B at each point, turn
Rows 2 – 3: Ch 1, sc in each st across.
Finishing: Weave in ends and block to dimensions