I made another crochet shawl! Again I used a pretty yarn cake. Actually no matter what crochet shawl you make, every shawl will turn out great with yarn cakes that change colors in a subtle way ghehe. As summer is over, I decided to use darker colors for this shawl. Blue is one of my favorite colors, so I chose a blue/grey/black cake! I think the colors look very chique and it looks great with a simple black (or blue) dress.
The Never ending Shawl is called ‘never ending’ because you can work on it till you think it’s done! …Or till you run out of yarn like I did. The best thing about this crochet shawl is that you don’t have to focus on following a pattern. All the stitches you need to know for the shawl are single crochet and half double crochet with an increase in the first and last stitch. That’s all! This makes the Never ending Shawl a great project to work on while traveling. I worked on it in the car (while Koen was driving) and train – and of course while watching my favorite Netflix series. Also, if you’re a beginner, this shawl is a very easy and great project to start with!
– 1 yarn cake which is 3 ply and 1000m (1094 yards). I used another cake color, but unfortunately the shop that sold the yarn is offline for a while. You can also pick a different color from her shop, I just chose one that looks like the cake I used.
– 3.5 mm hook (US E/4)
Below you can find a 2-minute video of the Never ending Shawl. Scroll further for the written pattern.
Abbreviations (US terms)
sc: single crochet
hdc: half double crochet
**: repeat what’s between the **
( ): the amount of stitches you should have at the end of the row
Never ending Shawl
Start with 3 chains
Row 1: (1 hdc, 1 sc, 1 hdc) in the third chain from the hook, ch 2, turn (3)
Row 2: (1 hdc, 1 sc) in the first st, 1hdc in the next st, (1sc, 1hdc) in the last st, ch 2, turn (5)
Row 3: (1 hdc, 1 sc) in the first st, *1hdc in the next st, 1sc in the next st* repeat till end, (1sc, 1hdc) in the last st, ch 2, turn
That’s it! Repeat row 3 till you think the shawl is long enough or till you’re out of yarn. Told you it was easy 😉
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