Friday, July 9, 2021

Gelato Shop Shawl, Free Crochet Pattern + Video


The Gelato Shop Shawl is super simple and gorgeous wrap to stitch up!  Wear it in warmer months if you need a little something with a sleeveless top or dress or in cooler months as a fabulous accessory wrap when you need a little sunshine!  This shawl is so fun to make thanks to a stunning yarn cake, making the color changes effortless too!

Need a little help? There's a full video tutorial below!

Gelato Shop Shawl
By Jennifer Dickerson

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Materials:
Note: Some great yarn substitutes include Honolulu, Twister, Twister Solid, and Dahlia all by Hobbii

Sizing:
  • 76 inches across the top
  • 50 inches up each side
  • 31 inches from bottom point straight up


Instructions:

Row 1: Ch 6, then work a dc into the 4th ch from the hook.  Work a dc into each of the next 2 ch.

Row 2: Ch 6.  Work a dc into the 4th ch from the hook and in each of the next 2 ch.  Slip stitch into the turning chain space stitch to join the two blocks together.  You'll need to flip the block a bit to get to the right spot.  Just make sure your tail is pointing downward and you'll be in the right position.  Ch 3, then work 3 dc into the turning ch space.

Row 3: Ch 6 (you may need to turn things a bit so that the tail is facing downward again).  Work a dc into the 4th ch from the hook and in each of the next 2 ch.  Slip stitch into the turning chain space of the next block to join the two blocks together.  You'll need to flip the block a bit to get to the right spot.  Just make sure your tail is pointing downward and you'll be in the right position.  *Ch 3, then work 3 dc into the turning ch space and slip stitch into the turning chain space to join the two blocks together.  Repeat from * across.  When you work the last block, you won't need to slip stitch it into anything, simply move onto the next row.

Repeat row 3 until your shawl is as large as you would like for it to be or until you run out of yarn (whatever comes first!).  For the dimensions I got, see the sizing section above.

Weave in any ends that remain and you're finished!


© Jennifer Dickerson 2021

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