Floral Triangles Shawl

This gorgeous pink shawl is comprised of beautiful triangular motifs. Placed on top of each other, the individual triangles create a glamorous shawl that is sure to become a wonderful addition to any woman’s wardrobe.

Skill Level: Intermediate

Size: 42″ each side

Gauge: Each side of the triangles = 3″ (7.6 cm)

Materials

Yarn: Aunt Lydia’s Crochet Thread, Classic size 10 (100% mercerized cotton; 350 yards (320 meters): Orchid Pink (4 balls)
Hooks: US size 7 (1.5 mm) steel crochet hook

Special Stitches

First Popcorn: Ch 4 (count as tr), 4 tr in next ch-sp, drop loop from hook, insert hook from front into the first tr, pick up dropped loop and draw through, ch 1 to secure.
Popcorn: 5tr in next ch-sp, drop loop from hook, insert hook from front into the first tr, pick up dropped loop and draw through, ch 1 to secure.
Ch-5-picot: Ch 5, sl st into the top of the dc just worked.

Pattern Notes

Attach triangles starting at top row following the diagram.

Pattern

First Triangle

Ch 6. Make a ring with a sl st into the first ch.
Rnd 1: Ch 6 (count as dc, ch 3) into the ring, (dc, ch 3) in ring 11 times. End with sl st into the 3rd ch.
Rnd 2: Sl st into the first ch-3-sp, make first popcorn in first ch-3-sp, (ch 5, sc into the next ch-3-sp, ch 5, popcorn in next ch-3-sp) 5 times, ch 5, sc into the next ch-3-sp, ch 5, sl st into the top of the first popcorn.
Rnd 3: [Ch 4 (count as tr), 3 tr, ch 5, 4 tr] in same sp, [ch 3, dc in next sc, ch-5-picot, ch 3, sc on top of the next popcorn, ch 3, dc in next sc, ch-5-picot, ch 3, (4 tr, ch 5, 4 tr) on top of the next popcorn] twice, ch 3, dc in next sc, ch-5-picot, ch 3, sc on top of the next popcorn, ch 3, sl st into the 4th ch. Fasten off.

Rest of Triangles

Work same as first triangle until rnd 3.
Rnd 3: [Ch 4 (count as tr), 3 tr, ch 5, 4 tr] in same sp, [ch 3, dc in next sc, ch 2, sl st into the ch-5-picot of the corresponding triangle, ch 2, sl st into the top of the dc just worked, ch 3, sc on top of the next popcorn, ch 3, dc in next sc, ch 2, sl st into the ch-5-picot of the corresponding triangle, ch 2, sl st into the top of the dc just worked, ch 3, (4 tr, ch 5, 4 tr) on top of the next popcorn] twice, ch 3, dc in next sc, ch-5-picot, ch 3, sc on top of the next popcorn, ch 3, sl st into the 4th ch. Otherwise work same as rnd 3 of first triangle. Fasten off.

Edging

Row 1: Attach thread to the corner ch-5-sp, [ch 13, sl st into the next ch-5-sp twice, ch 13, sl st into the 3rd ch of ch-5-sp] repeat between [  ] to the bottom point, ch 13, sl st into the same ch-5-sp, work between [ ] until you reach the point on the other side. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, 13 sc in each of ch-13-sps. Turn.
Row 3: * Ch 1, sk next 3 sc, [(2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in next sc, sk next 2 sc] twice, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in next sc, ch 1, sk next 3 sc, sc in next sc; repeat form * to end. Fasten off. 

Shawl Construction

Follow instructions for triangles and follow the diagram for joining sequence.

Finishing

Weave in all ends.
Block shawl to size. yarn ball

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Comments
  • Hi Kathleen,

    We are working on making patterns downloadable as PDFs from the website. Thank you for your comment.

    Julia Wiatr, editor

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  • Hi Doreen,

    Two of the parenthesis were incorrectly copied – the pattern has been updated. Let me know if you have additional concerns.

    Thank you,
    Julia Wiatr, editor

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  • Doreen Rouillard

    Round 3 there is a parenthesis [, but not the ending one]. I don’t understand. Can you explain pease???

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  • Patti Lisenbee

    I feel stupid; how are you supposed to JOIN the triangles? I found the grid for joining – I already figured that was the way, but it is the HOW that I am not sure of.

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  • Jennifer Chung

    It is such a beautiful shawl–I have always wanted one. And this pattern is perfect. Thank you1

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  • Cheryl jean

    I will be doing this with thread, looking forward to the finished wrap.

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  • Why didn’t you have a PDF for the Floral Triangles Shawl?!!!!! Some of us only have our phone as a computer. You need to get with the times!!!!

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  • Thanks! It looks a bit challenging and I am so ready for something with thread! Will try it in a variegated or green.

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  • this is so pretty I want to make it for a good friend, who will love . thank you for sharing it with us

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  • I would like to know, I can foll a grid in crochet ! but I can not read a crochet pattern? I know it sounds silly, but a lot of my work if done by grid if it is a clear one! but why con I not able to read a pattern.

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  • Hi Annette,

    There’s a diagram available to download right below the image on the right.

    Thank you!
    Julia Wiatr, editor of I Like Crochet

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  • Anna Lovcy

    I love this pattern. I’m going to make it for a friend’s daughter who’s getting married soon. It’ll go great with her grandmother’s gown. Thanks.

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