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In this post, you will see the Diana Triangle Shawl Crochet Pattern.
This open-work shawl is perfect for summer days thrown over your swimwear, shorts, or dress.
The shawl is made in a repeated pattern that is a mindless project once you get started.
What Is A Triangle Shawl?
A shawl with a triangle shape is created either with a top-down or bottom-up construction.
This normally starts off by chaining a few stitches and ends with many stitches.
This shape is one of the simplest of all shawls and is easily worn in a few different ways.
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The stitch pattern used in this design
This triangle shawl design is created in a repeat pattern of treble crochet (The US term).
The pattern is worked until you have your desired size.
The shawl is crocheted from the top down.
Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following this pattern:
This shawl pattern is great for beginners.
- You should be comfortable making a slipknot and creating a chain.
- You should know how to treble crochet.
- You should also be comfortable reading crochet patterns.
- And understanding of crochet abbreviations and terms.
Diana Triangle Shawl Crochet Pattern
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This shawl is a triangle shawl crocheted from the top down.
The stitch pattern used is simple treble crochet.
This is a light and airy crochet shawl.
You can view a video tutorial showing you how to start the shawl on my YouTube channel here.
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Skill Level – Basic (Beginner)
- 12 sts / 8 rows in 10x10cm/4×4 inches. (In treble crochet)
- Gauge doesn’t matter much for this project.
Measurements / Sizes
- Length tip to tip (laying flat and not stretched out) = 34 inches/87 cm
- Width (wingspan laying flat and not stretched out) = 66 inches/168 cm
- One size
The supplies you need
- 2 x Comfy Merino 400m/437yd per 100g in the color Diana from Martin’s Lab.
- Any UK 2ply/USA fingering/AUS 3ply yarn will be suitable for this project.
- 5 mm (US H-8) hook.
- I used my Pym Ergonomics Set.
- Make 3 tassels before you begin to crochet the shawl.
- One tassel will be sewn to each point of the shawl.
- You can view a tutorial showing you how to make tassels here.
This pattern is written in US crochet terms.
- CH – Chain
- Cont – Continue
- Patt – Pattern
- Rep – Repeat
- RS – Right side
- SP – Space
- SS – Slip stitch
- St(s) – Stitch(es)
- TR – Treble crochet (US Treble crochet NOT UK)
- WS – Wrong side
Triangle Shawl Crochet Pattern
Please note – Make the 3 tassels before you start the shawl, so you don’t run out of yarn later on.
- Row 1: 2 tr in 5th ch from hook. 1 tr in each of the next 2 ch. (2tr, ch 2, 2tr) in next ch. 1 tr in each of next 2 ch. 3 tr in last ch, turn.
- Row 2: ch 4. 2 tr in the first tr. 1 tr in each st to the ch-2 sp (this is the middle V of the shawl). (2tr, ch 2, 2 tr) all in the 2-ch sp. 1 tr in each st to last tr. 3 tr in the last tr. turn.
Rep row 2 until your shawl reaches this size (or you run out of yarn):
- Length (laying flat and not stretched out) = 34 inches/87 cm
- Width (laying flat and not stretched out) = 66 inches/168 cm
You can make it smaller or larger depending on your preferences, you can keep repeating row 2 until you get your desired size.
Finish by doing an SS into the last ch, secure the yarn, leaving a small length of around 4 inches, and cut.
You can then weave in the loose ends.
*Please note if you make it smaller you may need less yarn and larger you will need more yarn.
Finishing and Blocking
You may wish to block your shawl, you can do that as follows:
Make sure all ends are woven in using a tapestry needle or method of choice.
Gently block by filling a sink or water basin with lukewarm water, add a small amount of rinse less wool wash.
Place the items in the water and gently massage out any air bubbles.
Drain water, gently squeezing out any excess water from the item, then roll in a towel, and stomp on the towel roll to remove any more excess water.
Lay the item out on a towel to approx. finished wingspan measurements and allow to dry completely.
If you want to learn more about blocking, you can view this blog post here – Blocking knits – 3 ways to reshape your knitting.
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