Stay warm and cozy this winter with this simple fluffy crochet shawl! The It’s So Fluffy Shawl is made with single crochet stitches and increases on one side of the shawl. Very simple, but in combination with an amazing fluffy yarn, this shawl will be your favorite item this winter!
About the design
One year ago I saw some amazing fluffy yarn and immediately fell in love. I knew I wanted to make a simple shawl with it. I decided to make a triangle shawl which has very long ends and isn’t too deep in the middle. As the yarn is very chunky, I’ve used a 6mm crochet hook. This fluffy crochet shawl keeps your neck very warm!
It’s a very simple design with single crochet stitches and increases on one side. The yarn will do all the work: the fluffy material will make this simple design stand out and it works up pretty quick!
About the yarn
The yarn that I used for this design is Lion Brand’s new LB Collection® Soft Spoken, a high fashion wool-blend yarn that combines two hot trends: faux fur and ombre stripe effects. Soft Spoken has excellent drape, luxurious softness and colorations that mimic hand-dyed yarns. I only needed one cake to make a complete shawl.
It’s So Fluffy Shawl
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– Crochet hook 6mm (US J/10 hook)
Height: 40cm / 15.5″
Width: 150cm / 59″
14 sc stitches equal 10 cm / 4”
15 rows equal 10 cm / 4”
Stitches & abbreviations (US terms)
– ch: chain
– sc: single crochet
* *: repeat what is between the asterisks as many times as directed
( ) within instructions: work a group of stitches all in the same stitch
( ) at end of a row: amount of stitches you should have at the end of that row
– This pattern is written in US terminology
– We turn our work at the end of every row
– The first chain at the start of a new row does not count as a stitch
In this video you can see how to make the shawl.
Fluffy crochet shawl pattern
2sc in the 2nd chain (2)
2sc, ch 1, turn (2)
1sc, 2sc in last sc, ch 1, turn (3)
Place a stitch marker in the last stitch you made in row 3. Now all we have to do is make 1 sc in every stitch, and when we reach the side of the stitch marker, make 2sc in the last stitch.
1sc in each sc across, ch 1, turn (3)
1sc in each sc across, 2sc in last sc, ch 1, turn (4)
Repeat row 4 & 5 till row 95. You now have 50 stitches.
Time to decrease
1sc in each sc across, ch 1, turn (50)
1sc in each sc across, decrease (last 2sc together), ch 1, turn (49)
Repeat row 96 & 97 till row 191. There are 2 stitches left at the end of row 191.
2sc, ch 1, turn (2)
decrease (in the 2 stitches that are left), ch 1, turn (1)
Fasten off and weave in the ends.
Below you can find an overview of the amount of stitches you should have.
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