The Amelia Shawl was the 2016 Spring Mini Crochet Along project here on Moogly! But you don't have to "CAL" to make it - the whole pattern is right here, ready to be made any time!
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The Amelia Shawl is a one skein shawl pattern featuring Lion Brand Yarn's Shawl in a Ball. With gorgeous color changes built right in, every shawl made will be unique! It's a quick pattern, which makes it perfect for a Spring Mini Crochet Along - you can squeeze it in among your other projects, and take a few minutes to make something just for you! Though it does make a nice gift...
- US - J, 6.0 mm hook (Furls Fiberarts recommended)
- 1 ball Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball (Worsted/"4"; 518 yds/473 m; 5.3 oz)
Colorway shown: Community Coral
- Gauge: 11 sts x 7 rows = 4" in dc
- Finished Size: 15.5" deep x 52.5" wide at largest points
- Notions: st markers; yarn/tapestry needle
- For stitch abbreviation definitions and tutorials, please visit the Crochet Abbreviations page.
SPECIAL ST: v st - (dc, ch 1, dc) in the indicated stitch
SPECIAL ABBREVIATION: pm - place stitch marker in indicated st
NOTE: The ch 2 at the beginning Rows 1 - 16 does not count as a st.
Row 1: Ch 107, skip the 2 chs closest to the hook, dc in each ch until 2 chs remain, dc2tog; turn. (104 sts)
Row 2: Ch 2, skip the 1st st, dc in each st until 2 sts remain, dc2tog; turn. (102 sts)
Row 3 - 15: Repeat Row 2. (76 sts in Row 15)
Row 16: Repeat Row 2, then break yarn. (74 sts)
Row 17: Join to side of 1st st of Row 1, ch 1, work 2 sc in the side of each row (32 sts), then work 2 sc in 1st st of Row 16, sc in each st across to last st of Row 16, sc 2 in last st of Row 16 (76 sts), then work 2 sc in the side of each row, working back up to the opposite side of Row 1 (32 sts); turn. (140 sts)
Row 18: Ch 4 (counts as dc and ch 1), dc in the 1st st (first v st made), skip the next st, (v st in the next st, skip the next 2 sts) 10 times, v st in next st, skip the next st, (v st in the next st, skip the next 2 sts) 11 times, v st in next st, skip the next st, (v st in the next st, skip the next 2 sts) 12 times, v st in the next st, skip the next st, v st in next st, (skip the next 2 sts, v st in the next st) 10 times, skip the next st, v st in the last st; turn. (49 v sts)
Row 19: Ch 4, dc in the 1st st (first v st made), v st between the next 2 v sts 11 times (not in the ch 1 sp, but between the last dc of the first v st and the first dc of the second v st), v st in the next ch-1 sp, v st between the next 2 v sts (pm in ch-1 st of just made v st), v st in the next ch 1 sp, v st between the next 2 v sts 24 times, v st in the next ch-1 sp, v st between the next 2 v sts (pm in ch-1 st of just made v st), v st in the next ch 1 sp, v st between the next 2 v sts 11 times, v st in 3rd ch; turn. (54 v sts)
Row 20: Ch 4, dc in the 1st st (first v st made), *v st between the next 2 v sts to marked st, v st in marked ch-1 sp (pm); repeat from * once, then v st between the next 2 v sts to end of row (1 v st remains), v st in 3rd ch; turn. (57 v sts)
Row 21 - 27: Repeat Row 20, finishing with 78 v sts on Row 27.
Row 28: Ch 1, sc in the 1st st, *3 dc in next ch-1 sp (shell made), sc between next 2 dc sts; repeat from * to end, finishing last repeat with sc in the 3rd ch; turn. (78 shells or 313 sts)
Row 29: Ch 4, *sc in center st of next shell, ch 1, dc in next sc**, ch 1; repeat from * to end, finishing last repeat at **; turn. (313 sts including chs)
Edging Round 1: Ch 1, 2 sc in each ch-1 sp across Row 29, 2 sc in 3rd ch, sc evenly across top of shawl, 2 sc in last st of Row 29; join with sl st in 2st sc, do not turn.
Edging Round 2: (Ch 2, skip next st, sl st in next st) 156 times (around bottom/sides, not across the top of shawl), break yarn. (156 ch-2 loops)
Wet blocking is recommended. Below is a photo of the shawl pinned out flat:
Et voila! We've come to the end of this free crochet shawl pattern - and the end of this Mini CAL! Of course, if you've missed the CAL, no worries - this pattern will be right here waiting for you whenever YOU are ready to make it!
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