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​Crochet Shawl “Jacket”

Susan
Aug 01, 2021 09:49 PM

You’ll need:

2 skeins (500 yds) worsted weight yarn;

Crochet hook H.

Special Stitches

Cluster - 3 double crochet in space indicated.

Inc Cluster - cluster, ch1, cluster in space indicated.


Instructions

Chain 4 Slip stitch in first chain to form a circle or you can do a magic ring if you are familiar with that.

1st row: Chain 3 (always counts as 1dc), 2 dc, ch1, 3dc(Cluster), ch1, 3dc (Cluster) in circle. Turn

2nd row: Chain 3, 2dc between 1st and 2nd dc of previous row, [ch 1, Inc Cluster ] in next two ch1 spaces, Cluster between last two dc of previous row. Turn.

3rd row: Chain 3, Cluster in each ch1 space, ending with 1dc between last two dc of previous row. Turn;

4th row: Chain 3, 2 dc in ch3 space of previous row, Cluster in each space, ending with 3dc in space before last dc of previous row. Turn

5th row (Increase row): Chain 3, Inc Cluster in each space, ending with 1 dc between last two dc of previous row. Turn

6th row: as the 4th row;

7th row: as the 3rd row.

The beginning of one round starts with a ch3 space and ends with a dc between the last two dc of the previous row The next begins with (ch3, 2dc) in the space created by the last dc of the previous row and ends with cluster in ch3 space of previous row. From now on be sure to maintain this pattern along the edge.

8th row (Increase row): Increasing in every other space. Turn;

9th-12th rows: Work 4 regular rows by repeating rows 3 and 4 with appropriate beginnings and endings.

13th row: Increase row increasing in every other space. Turn

14th-17th rows: Work 4 regular rows with appropriate beginnings and endings.

18th row: Increase row increasing in every third space. Turn.

19th-22nd rows: Work 4 regular rows with appropriate beginnings and endings.

23rd row: Increase row increasing in every third space. Turn

24th-31st rows: Work 8 regular rows with appropriate beginnings and endings. 32. Increase row increasing in every fourth space. Turn

33rd-40th rows: Work 8 regular rows with appropriate beginnings and endings.

41st row: Increase row increasing in every fourth space. Turn

42nd-49th rows: Work 8 regular rows with appropriate beginnings and endings. Continue working in this manner until your shawl is as big as you want. You can leave the edge as is, or add any decorative edging or fringe. 

​Crochet Shawl “Jacket”
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Aug 07, 2021 01:25 PM

Hi Susan,

Your pattern was just what I was looking for!  I have a friend who is wheelchair bound and loves to wear shawls but they can be a bit bulky and get in her way.  I think this will be a perfect gift for her and especially love the idea of a button.  I'm thinking that I will make one for myself as I spend a lot of time at the computer.  Do you have a gauge for this pattern?  I would like to try and make it in DK weight yarn.  

Warm regards,

Sandra

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Aug 07, 2021 10:00 PM

Hello Susan,

Do you have a chart or scheme of the pattern?

Thank you!

Sandy

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Aug 07, 2021 10:10 PM

Hello Susan,

Do you have a chart or scheme of the pattern?

Thank you!

Sandy

Sorry, Sandy, but there wasn't either gauge or scheme for this pattern in origin.