This crochet textured shawl pattern makes the loveliest wrap for spring. Made with subtle stripes and a picot border, the Tidal Mist Shawl is a show-stopper that will elevate any outfit! This shawl is easy to wear and equally easy to make. With the use of just two basic stitches, the Tidal Mist Shawl is a delight to crochet.
Hello lovely friends! I am thrilled to finally be sharing this pretty shawl pattern with you all! I designed this shawl last summer with the full intent of releasing it last August. But then life and other projects happened and I never got around to releasing it… until today!
Made with a some of the softest cotton I have ever crocheted with, this textured shawl is perfectly lightweight and breezy – perfect for spring and summer!
This shawl pattern has been in my head for a long time. For years I wanted to crochet a triangle shawl that used a pretty (yet simple!) stitch pattern that creates a delicate and feminine look. This crochet textured shawl turned out exactly what I had envisioned! As I was finishing the shawl I realized that it needed a pretty border to match the feminine texture of the shawl. I ended up crocheting a picot border and I really think it completes the shawl!
I used WeCrochet Comfy Cotton in Tidewater, Notebook, and Bare. This yarn is a pima cotton and acrylic blend and it is so soft and so beautiful. When I opened this yarn, I was blown away by the quality and richness of the yarn. Each color (with the except of Bare) is a blend of a color and cream. Working with multiple color ways in a single project creates the prettiest subtle stripes ?. I think it even creates variegated effect in this crochet textured shawl pattern! I am already brainstorming more things to make with this yarn, I love it that much!
Enjoy the free pattern below!
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- 630 yards of worsted weight (4) yarn
- I used 3 skeins of WeCrochet Comfy Color Mist. I used 1 skein each of the following colors, Tidewater (Color A), Bare (Color B), Notebook (Color C).
- If you are using 3 colors and following the same color pattern as I did, you will need approximately 210 yards for each color.
- US J/6.00mm crochet hook
- US H/5.00mm crochet hook
- Tapestry needle
- The pattern is worked in US crochet terms.
- The wrap is worked in rows and it increases
- The stitch count at the end of each row does not include the ch 2 at the point of the wrap
- To minimize the number of ends to weave in, I recommend weaving in the ends as you go.
- The shawl is worked in rows.
Skill Level: Easy
Size: From point to point = 61 inches; from middle point to middle center = 24 ½ inches
Sl st: Slip Stitch
Sc: Single Crochet
Dc: Double Crochet
Gauge: With J hook, approximately 7 rows of 7 scs = 2 inches
With J hook and color A, Ch 2
Row 1: [1 dc, 1 sc, ch 2, 1 sc, 1 dc] in the first ch (4). Ch 2, turn.
Row 2: [1 dc, 1 sc] in first st, 1 dc in next st. [1 sc, ch 2, 1 sc] in ch space. 1 dc in next st, [1 sc, 1 dc] in last stitch (8). Ch 2, turn.
Row 3: [1 dc, 1 sc] in first st, 1 dc, 1 sc, 1 dc. [1 sc, ch 2, 1 sc] in ch space. 1 dc, 1 sc, 1 dc. [1 sc, 1 dc] in last st (12). Ch 2, turn.
Row 4: [1 dc, 1 sc] in first st, 1 dc, 1 sc, 1 dc, 1 sc, 1 dc. [1 sc, ch 2, 1 sc] in ch space. 1 dc, 1 sc, 1 dc, 1 sc, 1 dc. [1 sc, 1 dc] in last st (16). Ch 2, turn.
Row 5: [1 dc, 1 sc] in first st, 1 dc, 1 sc, 1 dc, 1 sc, 1 dc, 1 sc, 1 dc. [1 sc, ch 2, 1 sc] in ch space. 1 dc, 1 sc, 1 dc, 1 sc, 1 dc, 1 sc, 1 dc. [1 sc, 1 dc] in last st (20). Ch 2, turn.
Continue repeating row 5. With every row, there should be a 4 st increase. Because of this increase, the number of alternating scs and dcs on the sides will also increase.
Row 6-9: Color C
Row 10-14: Color B
Row 15-16: Color C
Row 17-22: Color A
Row 23: Color B
Row 24-28: Color C
Row 29-32: Color B
Row 33-34: Color A
Row 35-36: Color C
Row 37-41: Color A
Row 42-43: Color B
Row 44-47: Color C
Row 48: Color B
Row 49-50: Color A
Row 51: Color B
Row 52-53: Color C
Round 1: With Color B, evenly sc around the entire wrap. Sl st into the first st ch 1.
Switch to H hook.
Round 2: *1 sc in 4 sts. To make the picot, ch 3, sl st into the back loop of first ch* (indicated by the arrow) Repeat around.
NOTE: This border is very forgiving and the final stitch count does not matter. This border looks best if there is a picot in each corner. If you desire this look, you may need to adjust the number of scs in between the picots near the border (either by working 3 scs or 5 scs). To achieve a picot at each point, I had to work 3 scs on either side of the point.
Block and weave in loose ends.
I hope you enjoyed this crochet textured shawl pattern! Be sure to tag me on Instagram (@stitchberryblog) with your Tidal Mist shawl, I would love to see it!
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