Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Beautiful Celtic Crochet Shawl and Wrap Free Pattern

Unbelievable warmth and beautiful style! Enjoy this free Celtic crochet shawl and wrap pattern made with a variety of stitches to produce a nice and thick accessory to add to your wardrobe. Made with a medium weight yarn, durable and very fashionable. Measures approximately 20 inches wide by 64 inches in length. Pattern is designed by Robin Harley.


Celtic Crochet Shawl and Wrap Free Pattern by Robin Harley I Create You Crochet




Celtic Crochet Shawl and Wrap Free Pattern by Robin Harley I Create You Crochet

Celtic Crochet Shawl and Wrap Free Pattern by Robin Harley I Create You Crochet


SKILL LEVEL: Advanced

Measures approximately 20 inches wide by 64 inches in length 

NOTES:

* All beginning chains count as a stitch (hdc, dc, etc.)

* All last stitches, the turning chain (tch) are counted as a stitch and need to be worked. 

SKILL LEVEL: Advanced 

MATERIALS:

* 7 - 5 ounce Balls Red Heart Soft Yarn or 5 - 7 ounce balls Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn

* Size H Crochet hook and Size I hook for slip stitch work

* Blunt Needle

 

Ch 258 

Row 1: Hdc in 3rd ch from hook and each St across (257 hdc’s). Turn. 

Row 2: Using I hook, Ch 1, sl st in back ridge loops of each st across including working in turning chain (tch). Turn. (257 sl sts) 

Row 3: Ch 2, hdc in each st across. Turn. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 4: DOUBLE ARROW: Ch 3, * Skip 3 hdc’s tr in next 2 sts. Going around front of tr’s, dc in each skipped 3 hdc’s starting at the farthest away from arrow. Repeat until last st, and dc in last st.Turn. (257 sts and 51 arrows) 

Row 5: DOUBLE ARROW: Ch 3, * Skip 3 hdc’s tr in next 2 sts. Going behind tr’s, dc in each skipped 3 hdc’s starting at the farthest away from arrow. Repeat until last st, and dc in last st.Turn. (257 sts and 51 arrows) 

Row 6: Ch 2, hdc in each st across. Turn. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 7: Ch 2, hdc in each st across. Turn. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 8: Using I hook, Ch 1, sl st in back ridge loops of each st across. Turn. (257 sl sts) 

Row 9: Ch 2, hdc in each stitch across. (257 hdc’s) 

BASKET WEAVE ROWS:

Row 10: Ch 2, 3 fp hdc, 3 bp hdc, repeat pattern of fp and bp hdc’s until last st. Hdc in last st. Repeat for row 9. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 11: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 12: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 13: Ch 2, 3 fp hdc, 3 bp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 14: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 15: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 16: Ch 2, 3 fp hdc, 3 bp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 17: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 18: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 19: Ch 2, 3 fp hdc, 3 bp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 20: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

END OF BASKET WEAVE 

Row 21: Ch 2, hdc in each st across. Turn. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 22: Ch 2, hdc in front loops of each st across. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 23: Ch 2, hdc in back loops of each st across. Turn. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 24: HALF ARROW: Ch 3, * Skip 3 hdc’s tr in next 2 sts. Going around front of tr’s, dc in each skipped 3 hdc’s starting at the farthest away from arrow. Repeat until last st, and dc in last st.Turn. (257 sts and 51 arrows) 

Row 25: Ch 2, hdc in each st across. Turn. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 26: Ch 2, hdc in front loops of each st across. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 27: Ch 2, hdc in back loops of each st across. Turn. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 28: Ch 2, hdc in each st across. Turn. (257 hdc’s) 

BASKET WEAVE ROWS: 

Row 29: Ch 2, 3 fp hdc, 3 bp hdc, repeat pattern of fp and bp hdc’s until last st. Hdc in last st. Repeat for row 9. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 30: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 31: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 32: Ch 2, 3 fp hdc, 3 bp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 33: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 34: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 35: Ch 2, 3 fp hdc, 3 bp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 36: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 37: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 38: Ch 2, 3 fp hdc, 3 bp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 39: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

END OF BASKET WEAVE 

Row 40: Ch 2, hdc in each st across. Turn. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 41: Ch 2, hdc in back loops of each st across. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 42: Ch 2, hdc in front loops of each st across. Turn. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 43: HALF ARROW: Ch 3, * Skip 3 hdc’s tr in next 2 sts. Going around behind of tr’s, dc in each skipped 3 hdc’s starting at the farthest away from arrow. Repeat until last st, and dc in last st.Turn. (257 sts and 51 arrows) 

Row 44: Ch 2, hdc in each st across. Turn. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 45: Ch 2, hdc in back loops of each st across. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 46: Ch 2, hdc in front loops of each st across. Turn. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 47: Ch 2, hdc in each st across. Turn. (257 hdc’s) 

BASKET WEAVE ROWS: 

Row 48: Ch 2, 3 fp hdc, 3 bp hdc, repeat pattern of fp and bp hdc’s until last st. Hdc in last st. Repeat for row 9. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 49: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 50: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 51: Ch 2, 3 fp hdc, 3 bp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 52: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 53: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 54: Ch 2, 3 fp hdc, 3 bp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 55: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 56: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 57: Ch 2, 3 fp hdc, 3 bp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

Row 58: Ch 2, 3 bp hdc, 3 fp hdc, repeat pattern of bp and fp hdc’s until last st and hdc in last st. Turn. (257 sts) 

END OF BASKET WEAVE 

Row 59: Using I hook, ch 1, sl st in both loops. (257 sts) 

Row 60: Ch 2, hdc in very front loop (this is under the top 2 loops) of sl st and hdc in each st across. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 61: Ch 2, hdc in each st across. (257 hdc’s) 

Row 62: DOUBLE ARROW: Ch 3, * Skip 3 hdc’s tr in next 2 sts. Going around front of tr’s, dc in each skipped 3 hdc’s starting at the farthest away from arrow. Repeat until last st, and dc in last st.Turn. (257 sts and 51 arrows)

Row 63: DOUBLE ARROW: Ch 3, * Skip 3 hdc’s tr in next 2 sts. Going behind tr’s, dc in each skipped 3 hdc’s starting at the farthest away from arrow. Repeat until last st, and dc in last st.Turn. (257 sts and 51 arrows)

Row 64: Ch 2, hdc in each st across. (257 hdc’s)

Row 65: Using I hook, ch 1, sl st in both loops. (257 sts)

Row 66: Ch 2, hdc in very front loop (this is under the top 2 loops) of sl st and hdc in each st across. (257 hdc’s)

Turn and start working on the ends. Work DOUBLE ARROW evenly on each short end of shawl.

Weave in loose ends with blunt needle.

Designed by: Robin Harley


I Create You Crochet Patterns are designed by Robin Harley

20 comments:

  1. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I miss numbered and have corrected.

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  2. I love this pattern, very pretty. Row 20 - 24 says to repeat rows 2 and 3 twice. That is four rows 20 - 23? I just kept continuing on adjusting the row numbers by one since there was no row 24. I hope I did this right, it looks fine so far.

    Thank you for this lovely shawl pattern.

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  3. Thank you for bringing this to my attention and have corrected it. Have a wonderful day and also, thank you for the compliment.

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  4. Bonjour,
    Quelqu'un pourrait me le traduire en fran├žais, svp merci

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    2. Are you able to do Google Translate like I was able to do on your question? Here's the link: https://translate.google.com/?hl=en

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  5. What is the finished size? It's beautiful. I may make it bigger for a blanket. Thank you.

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    1. Woops, will add this to the directions. Here is the finished size: approximately 20 inches wide by 64 inches in length

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  6. Hi there, I'm working up this pattern in a swatch to learn the stitches and making sure I understand the pattern. There's one thing that doesn't match with your pictures. You state that R2 you sl st in back loop of the hdcs and do this across the row, however it doesn't create the same look as your picture. What does create that look is doing a sc in the 3rd loop of the previous hdc. Is that what you meant?

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    1. Try slip stitching in the loop under that back loop. If you look there is one below the back loop and looks just a tad different. Does this make sense? I had that in the beginning but it confused some, so I knocked it down to the basic back loop.

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  7. I'm so sorry, I wanted to preface my comment with a huge compliment. This shawl is beautiful! When my girlfriend and I first saw this, it took our breath away. She had been wanting me to make a shawl for her and this is the winner. Such great work!

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    1. Thank you very much. Am going to work on another one and would like to come up with a blanket. Thank you again for such a lovely comment.

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  8. What you described is exactly what I was talking about. It's called the "3rd loop" and it's on the back of a half double crochet stitch, not the same as the back loop, which is why I wasn't getting the same effect as your picture. I ended up trying it with the slip stitch and it worked. I also tried it with sc but would require an extra row the next time it was repeated so that it ended up on the correct side. I really appreciate your reply and confirmation. Thank you! I bet the blanket will be gorgeous. Good luck!

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    1. Yes it is called the 3rd loop or I remember it being the back ridge. Could not remember what is was called yesterday but could describe it. Am glad I could help you and you are more than welcome.

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  9. Hello, it's me again. I'm having a heck of a time with the pattern. I think I need to go back to the very beginning.

    1) you say chain 245.
    2) then it says hdc in the 3rd ch from hook. If that's the case, then you'd have 243 hdc not the 244 like you state.

    Can you please clarify how many hdc I should have after row 2? It's really messing up the pattern once I get to the basket weave. Something isn't making sense.

    Thanks.

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    1. You would be correct and it's okay that you ask. I'm not perfect at all and have made mistakes on these patterns. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. Also, I do not have this shawl anymore and am unable to count the hdc's. If you find anything else, please ask. Thank you!

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    2. I believe this should work and am sorry for all the errors. My writing is not good and this pattern was so long it was hard to type up what was written on paper. Thank you for your patience!

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  10. Hello again. I took some time away from the pattern and now I'm back. I have more questions.

    Row 4: does the chain 3 at the beginning count as a dc? The pattern doesn't state this.

    Row 6: says to repeat row 2. However the previous row is not hdcs but rather dcs. When you slip stitch into the back loop (and you stated earlier that you meant 3rd loop) there needs to be a row of hdcs to make this happen. Hdcs have that 3rd loop not dc. Is there a row that's missing?

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  11. Hello. Am going to make this on the weekend and go over each row if you can hang in there, I can add more clarity to the questions and see what typo(s) I've made. Thank you for your patience and will get back to you through this reply.

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