Bella Rosa Shawl

A beautiful shawl for spring and summer! This triangle shawl is worked bottom-up and features a beautiful flower design using the filet crochet shawl technique. It’s completely made with double crochet stitches and chains. Wear it as a shawl, shoulder wrap, or as a stylish summer accessory. Scroll down for my free crochet pattern and step by step video tutorial!

Get the free pattern below or purchase the ad-free PDF version of this pattern on Etsy and Ravelry. The PDF is designed for printing and this way you can support me!

Pink crochet rose flower shawl with filet crochet technique - free crochet pattern

About the pattern

This shawl is a mix of simple stitches and filet crochet work which keeps the project interesting. It’s worked bottom-up with mesh stitches (double crochet stitches and chains) as a basis and we’ll use a graph to ‘paint’ a flower design. The design features a big rose in the center which is made by replacing chains with double crochet stitches. My mom painted the flower motifs for me and I turned it into a filet crochet pattern. 💗

If you’ve never tried filet crochet before, don’t worry, you can find my step by step video tutorial below.

Pink crochet rose flower shawl with filet crochet technique - free crochet pattern

About the yarn

For this shawl I’ve used very special yarn: My Merino by Master Knit in the most beautiful pink I’ve ever seen. It’s super super soft; you can really feel the high quality of this luxury yarn. I got this yarn from my friends at @knitcrochetstores when I met them at Vogue Knitting Live in New York.

I immediately knew I wanted to make a shawl, it just took me forever to come up with fun, simple and elegant design that can be made with just 2 skeins.

Pink crochet rose flower shawl with filet crochet technique - free crochet pattern

Bella Rosa Shawl – a filet crochet shawl pattern

Bella Rosa Shawl - free filet crochet shawl pattern - pinterest pin

Materials

– 2 skeins of My Merino by Master Knit (Weight 1/Super fine, 3.5 oz/100g, 415 yds/380m)
or 170 grams of similar fingering weight yarn

– Crochet hook 4 mm (US G/6)
A lot of people were asking about the flower crochet hook I used in my video, it’s this wooden hook with flowers from Etsy.

– Tapestry needle

– Scissors

Finished measurements

Height: 62″
Width: 26″

Gauge

10 ch-spaces x 10 rows = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4″

ch-space = 1 dc, ch 1, skip next stitch

Stitches & abbreviations (US terms)

– st: stitch
– ch: chain
– dc: double crochet
– ch-sp: chain space

* *: repeat what is between the asterisks as many times as directed
< >: amount of stitches you should have at the end of a row

Notes

– this pattern is written in US terminology

– shawl is worked bottom-up

– 3 turning chains do count as your first dc

– working in the last stitch means working in the 3rd chain

Video

In this video you can see how to make the Bella Rosa Shawl.

Click here to watch the video on YouTube

Pattern

** Note: You can purchase the ad-free PDF version of this pattern on Etsy and Ravelry. The PDF is designed for printing and this way you can support me! **

With hook size 4mm, make a slip knot.

Row 1:
Ch 5 (counts as your first dc and ch 1), 1 dc in 5th ch from hook, turn <1 ch-sp>

Row 2:
Ch 4 (counts as your first dc and ch 1 here and throughout pattern), 1 dc in 1st st, ch 1, (1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc) in last st, turn <3 ch-sp>

Row 3:
Ch 4, 1 dc in 1st st, *ch 1, skip ch-1 space, 1 dc in next dc* repeat to end, ch 1, (1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc) in last st, turn <5 ch-sp>

Row 4 – 72:
Repeat row 3 while following the chart below <143 ch-sp>

How to read a filet crochet chart

Each box in the chart represents 2 stitches.

White = 1 dc in next st, ch 1, skip next st

Black = 1 dc in next 2 stitches

  • To work white over white: ch 1, skip next ch-sp, 1 dc in next dc
  • To work black over white: 1 dc in next ch-sp, 1 dc in next dc
  • To work black over black: 1 dc in next 2 dc
  • To work white over black: ch 1, skip next dc, 1 dc in next dc

If this is the first time you’re doing a filet crochet project, make sure to check out my video tutorial of this pattern here.

Filet crochet roses triangle shawl - free crochet pattern

Tassels

Tassels add a final touch. It’s very easy to make them using a Clover tassel maker.

1. Wound yarn around the tassel maker 55 times. Cut two more strands which are about 40 cm / 16″.

2. Add a knotted cord on top

3. Cut the yarn on the bottom (opposite of your knot)

4. Knot a strand around the tassel, about 1 cm from the top knot

5. Trim the bottom

Clover Tassel Maker photo crochet shawl tutorial

Share a picture!

If you are going to make this filet crochet Shawl, please tag me @wilmawestenberg on Instagram and add this pattern to your Ravelry queue. I would love to see what colors you used and feature some of your pictures!

Questions?

If you have any questions about my crochet patterns, feel free to join my Facebook Group. I created this group for you to share pictures/ progress, ask questions and to help each other out.


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9 Comments

  • Reply
    Sheila K Wright
    2 July 2021 at 5:20 pm

    I wanted to crochet in filet stitch. Thank you for the lovely shawl pattern.

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    shelly bacon kelnhofer
    29 June 2021 at 9:38 am

    I don’t understand the explanation at all. This is very confusing

    • Reply
      Jenny
      30 June 2021 at 5:43 am

      Follow along with the video.
      And print rose pattern on paper, or send a photo and kero track of the stitches.
      I’m new too…..one bit at at a time, you’ll get there. 😉

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    ROBIN L FARLEY
    29 June 2021 at 3:53 am

    Wilma, I love the latest shawl, so lacy and delicate! I love your creativity and style! I love the name too! We just got a new puppy , a miniature schnauzer and named her, Bella Rose!

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    Judy
    28 June 2021 at 7:59 pm

    Omigosh, Wilma!! I just bought the most beautiful pinkish/rose colored yarn from Hobbii to make a shawl for my mother. I’ve been looking for the perfect pattern to go with that yarn, and you just placed it in my inbox. Even better? My mother’s name is Rose. Thank you SO much.

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    Moza
    16 June 2021 at 10:19 am

    We need to the patron

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    Divya
    8 June 2021 at 12:32 pm

    One more beauty! I admire your creativity. Would you mind sharing designs of rectangular shawls also? Thanks in advance.

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    Norma I Williams
    5 June 2021 at 6:55 pm

    There is no purchase availability on either site.

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    Eileen Winterwerb
    4 June 2021 at 8:37 pm

    Wilma,
    I love this new pattern, the Bella Rosa shawl. I would like to purchase the add free version but I am unable to find it in either Ravelry or Etsy. The link above for Ravelry takes me to a completely different pattern and a search on Ravelry does not show the Bella Rosa pattern.
    Hope you can help!!

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