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Lassë Shawl

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Besides triangular shawls, I love designing rectangular ones as they are working up fast and can be used in many different ways.

Enjoy my newest design, which is super easy and quick to make!

I hope you’ll find it as beautiful as me.

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Difficulty:                           Beginner

Finished Size:                   158 cm/62.25” long

                                               44 cm/17.25” wide

Gauge:                 Unimportant, as your garment will be blocked upon finishing to the size given

Materials needed:

  • 3.5 mm (E) size hook (You can buy some great ones HERE)
  • Scheepjes Whirl or approximately 1093 yards/1000 meters of fingering weight yarn
  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends
  • Scissors
  • Stitch markers

Stitches Used and Abbreviations:

CH = chain

SK = skip

ST/STS= stitch/ stitches

SC = single crochet

DC = double crochet

TR = treble crochet

3DCCL = 3 double crochet cluster

V ST= V stitch

Cluster V ST = 3 double crochet cluster V stitch

*-* =repeat pattern between these symbols (This is only used for a full repeat, may contain smaller repeats)

{} =indicates how many stitches go into the same stitch or used to repeat a small set of instructions between these brackets the number of times given

[] = used to repeat a longer set of instructions between these brackets, the number of times given

Special Stitches:

3 Double Crochet Cluster (3DCCL):

  1. Yarn over hook, insert hook in indicated stitch/space, yarn over, pull through 2 loops, leave the stitch unfinished. (2 loops on hook)
  2. Yarn over, insert hook in same indicated stitch/space, yarn over, pull through 2 loops, leave the stitch unfinished. (3 loops on hook)
  3. Yarn over, insert hook in same indicated stitch/space, yarn over, pull, through 2 loops, yarn over and pull through all 4 loops.

V Stitch (V ST):

Double crochet in indicated stitch/space, chain 2, double crochet in same stitch.

Cluster V ST (Cluster V ST):

3 DCCL in indicated stitch/space, chain 2, 3 DCCL in same stitch/space.

Additional notes:

  • If a row/round starts with a Chain 1, it is not counted as a stitch, unless stated otherwise.
  • CH 2 always counts as double crochet
  • Slip stitches do not count as stitches.
  • US terms used throughout
  • Remember to turn your work after each row
  • Notes are written in a different color in (brackets) to help you through the pattern.
  • NOTE: Blocking is essential to enhance the lace patternwork of your shawl and to ensure that your edges are straight

Instructions

Important: Before you start, take off 10 grams (if you crochet loosely, you can take off 12-15 grams) from the beginning of the skein, which will be used to make the border at this end of the shawl (I will refer to this as leftover yarn 1)

To start: CH 106

Row 1: 1 SC in 2nd CH from hook, 1 SC in each CH to end

TURN

(105 SC)

Row 2: {CH 2+2DCCL= 3DCCL} in same ST, SK 3 STS, Cluster V ST in next ST, SK 3 STS, {V ST in next ST, SK 3 STS, Cluster V ST in next ST, SK 3 STS} 12 times, 3 DCCL in last ST

TURN

(2 x 3DCCL, 13 x Cluster V ST, 12 x V ST)

Row 3: {CH 2+2DCCL= 3DCCL} in same ST, V ST in next CH 2 SP (CH 2 SP of Cluster V ST), {Cluster V ST in next CH 2 SP (CH 2 SP of V ST), V ST in next CH 2 SP (CH 2 SP of Cluster V ST)} 12 times, 3DCCL in last ST (3DCCL)

TURN

(2 x 3DCCL, 12 x Cluster V ST, 13 x V ST)

Row 4: {CH 2+2DCCL= 3DCCL} in same ST, Cluster V ST in next CH 2 SP (CH 2 SP of V ST), {V ST in next CH 2 SP (CH 2 SP of Cluster V ST), Cluster V ST in next CH 2 SP (CH 2 SP of V ST)} 12 times, 3 DCCL in last ST

TURN

(2 x 3DCCL, 13 x Cluster V ST, 12 x V ST)

Row 5-120: Repeat Row 3-4, ending the repeats with Row 4

TURN

(2 x 3DCCL, 13 x Cluster V ST, 12 x V ST)

Row 121: CH 1, 2 SC in same ST (3DCCL), {1 SC in next ST (Cluster V ST) 2 SC in CH 2 SP of Cluster V ST, 1 SC in next ST (Cluster V ST), 1 SC in next ST (1st DC of V ST), 2 SC in CH 2 SP of  V ST, 1 SC in next ST (2nd DC of V ST)} 6 times, 1 SC in next ST (Cluster V ST) 3 SC in CH 2 SP of Cluster V ST, 1 SC in next ST (Cluster V ST), {1 SC in next ST (1st DC of V ST), 2 SC in CH 2 SP of  V ST, 1 SC in next ST (2nd DC of V ST), 1 SC in next ST (Cluster V ST) 2 SC in CH 2 SP of Cluster V ST, 1 SC in next ST (Cluster V ST)} 6 times, 2 SC in last ST (3DCCL)

DO NOT FASTEN OFF!

Note:You should have left enough yarn to make the border on this end of the shawl (I’ll refer to this as leftover yarn 2)


Making the borders:

Border 1: (this is the top side of the shawl, where you just ended your work)

Row 1: 1 DC in each ST to end   

TURN                                                              

 (105 DC)

Row 2: CH 1, 1 SC in same ST, [CH 3, SK 3 STS, {3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL} in next ST, CH 3, SK 3 STS, 1 SC in next ST] 13 times

TURN                                                              

 (14 SC, 13 Cluster V ST, 39 x CH 3 SP)

Row 3: {CH 2+2DCCL= 3DCCL} in same ST, CH 3, 1 SC in CH 3 SP between 3DCCL STS, CH 3, [{3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL} in next SC, CH 3, 1 SC in next CH 3 SP between 3DCCL STS, CH 3] 12 times, 3DCCL in last ST (SC)

TURN                                                              

 (13 SC, 2 x 3DCCL, 12 Cluster V ST, 38 x CH 3 SP)

Row 4: CH 1, 1 SC in same ST, [CH 3, {3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL} in next SC, CH 3, 1 SC in next CH 3 SP between 3DCCL STS, CH 3] 13 times, 1 SC in last ST (3DCCL)

TURN                                                              

 (14 SC, 13 Cluster V ST, 39 x CH 3 SP)

Row 5: CH 4 (counts as TR), 1 DC in 2nd CH of CH 3 SP (Note: you can alternatively just put the DC ST in the CH 3 SP without stitching into the CH) , CH 2, {1 SC, CH3, 1 SC, CH 5, 1 SC, CH 3, 1 SC} (I’ll refer to these as Motifs) in next CH 3 SP between 3DCCL STS, CH 2, [DC2tog by placing the first DC in the 2nd CH of next CH 3 SP, and placing the second DC in the 2nd CH of next CH 3 SP (Note: if you have a hard time to put the stitches into the chains, you can alternatively just put the stitches in the CH 3 spaces), CH 2, {1 SC, CH3, 1 SC, CH 5, 1 SC, CH 3, 1 SC} in next CH 3 SP between 3DCCL STS, CH 2] 12 times, 1 DC in 2nd CH of last CH 3 SP, 1 TR in last ST (SC)

TURN                                                              

 (2 DC, 12 x DC2tog, 26 x CH 2 SP, 2 TR, 13 Motifs)

Fasten off.

Start of Row 5:

Competed Row 5:

Border 2: (this is the bottom side of the shawl, where you started your work)

Join leftover yarn 1 to the bottom left corner chain of the shawl with a standing double crochet

Row 1: 1 DC in each ST to end   

TURN                                                              

 (105 DC)

Row 2-5: same as Border 1

Row 2:

Row 3:

Row 4:

Start of Row 5:

Completed Row 5:

Fasten off, weave in all ends, then block the finished item.

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6 thoughts on “Lassë Shawl

  1. This is lovely and I have a whirl for it. I don’t have a scale and don’t understand grams. Is it possible it give an approximate amount in yards or meters that is removed at the beginning for the border? Thank you

  2. Gorgeous! And I just got a Frosted Whirl looking for a pattern! Thank you for sharing your wonderful patterns. ❤🐿

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