Free Crochet Pattern...Raspberry Tweed Shawl

The Raspberry Tweed Shawl is an easy to stitch shawl in an all over open fan pattern. Crocheted with tweed worsted weight yarn, it is a perfect accessory to wear for the cooler months ahead. Looks equally fabulous with something dressy or a pair of jeans too!

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Raspberry Tweed Shawl
By Jennifer Dickerson

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Sizing (after blocking):
  • 16 inches wide
  • 60 inches long 

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Ch 55 (Multiple of 12+7)

Row 1: Sc in the 11th ch from the hook, *ch 5, skip 3 ch, 1 sc in the next ch, repeat from * turn.

Row 2: Ch 5, skip first sc, 1 sc in ch 5 sp, *skip 1 sc, 7 dc in next ch 5 sp, skip 1 sc, 1 sc in next ch 5 sp, ch 5, skip 1 sc, 1 sc in next ch 5 sp, repeat from * to sc in last ch sp, ch 2, 1 dc in 6th ch from last sc of previous row, turn.

Row 3: Ch 6, skip (1 dc, 2 ch, 1 sc, 1 dc), *1 sc in next dc (second dc of 7 dc), ch 5, skip 3 dc, 1 sc in next dc (6th dc of 7 dc), ch 5, then work a sc in the ch 5 sp, ch 5 then repeat from * ending with 1 sc, turn.

Repeat rows 2 and 3 until 60 inches long, ending on row 2.

© Jennifer Dickerson 2018

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  1. I love your tutorials. Get so excited when you release a new one. Can’t wait to make this shawl

  2. I wonder how this would turn out using Lion's Mandala. I rarely am able to figure out the...well senior moment...the number of stitches you have to add or subtract to make something larger or smaller

  3. Hi, I've noticed that one side of this piece is becoming shorter than the other side. It seems to be happening at the end of row 3 where we sc into the previous sc. This creates a cinched effect on one side of the shawl. I'm not great at reading patterns but instead follow along on the video. Am I missing something? Thanks your your help. I enjoy your blog. -Maria


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