The Tuscan Moon Shawl is a pretty and quick shawl that echoes the stitch pattern of the Tuscan Sun Wrap, but in a whole new shape and yarn! Fall in love with the pretty shades of Red Heart Colorscape and this elegant triangle shawl free crochet pattern on Moogly!
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Shortly after debuting the Tuscan Sun Wrap, I got a reader request – a triangle shawl version! I knew the stitch pattern would present a challenge, but after lots of math and experimentation, I’d like to think I got it right.
The Wrap was made with Red Heart An Italian Story Ombra, a lovely color shifting yarn with some wool in it. So for the Tuscan Moon Shawl, I wanted to highlight another great yarn that would work for either pattern, but has no wool in it – and Colorscape was the perfect choice!
Red Heart Colorscape is, unfortunately, now discontinued. For likely substitutes, see the pattern below!
Tuscan Moon Shawl
US – N, 9.0mm Furls Hook
300 yds Red Heart Colorscape (100% Acrylic; 4 – Medium/Worsted; UK: 10-12 ply; 187yds (171m); 3.5oz (100g)
Colorway shown: Shanghai (2 balls)
Substitution Suggestions: Red Heart Unforgettable, Red Heart Super Saver, Caron One Pound, Caron Simply Soft
Gauge: 1 pattern rep = 3.5″; 4 rows = 3.5″ before blocking
Finished Size: block to 21.5″ at point x 64″ across top of shawl
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Stitch Multiple: mult of 10, +15
cluster – dc2tog in 1 st
dc/tr2tog – yo and insert hook into next st, pull up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops on hook (2 loops rem on hook), yo twice and insert hook in next indicated st, pull up a loop, [yo and pull through 2 loops on hook] twice (3 loops rem on hook), yo and pull through all 3 loops to finish stitch
Row 1: Ch 145, place markers (pm) in 3rd and 5th chs from hook, sk 9 chs closest to hook (skipped chs count as first dc, ch 2, sk 4), dc in next ch, *ch 2, sk 4 chs, (dc, ch 4, dc) in next ch, ch 2, sk 4 ch, dc in next ch, rep from * until 5 chs rem, ch 2, sk 4 chs, dc in last ch, turn. (42 dc)
Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first st, pm in sc just made, sc in next ch-2 sp, sc in next dc, *2 sc in next ch-2 sp, sk next dc, 5 sc in ch-4 sp, sk next dc, 2 sc in next ch sp, sc in next dc; rep from * until ch-9 rem, sc in ch-9 sp, sc in next marked st, turn. (135 sc)
Row 3: Ch 3, sk next st, dc in next st, pm in dc just made, sk 2 sts, cluster in next 5 sts, sk next 2 sts, *dc in next st, sk next 2 sts, cluster in next 5 sts, sk next 2 sts; rep from * until 3 sts rem, dc/tr2tog in next st and marked st, skipping the st in between, turn. (65 clusters)
Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first st, *[ch 1, sk next st, sc between previous st and next st] 4 times, ch 1, sk next st,^ sc between previous st and next st, sc in next dc, sc between previous st and next st; rep from * finishing at ^ when only marked st rem, sc in marked st; turn. (90 sc)
Row 5: Sl st in first 6 sts and ch-1 sps, ch 5, pm in 3rd ch just made, skip next 3 sc, dc in next sc, *ch 2, skip 3 sc, (dc, ch 4, dc) in next ch-1 sp, ch 2, sk next 3 sc, dc in next sc; rep from * until 6 sc rem, ch 2, skip 3 sc, dc in next ch-1 sp, turn. (36 dc)
Rows 6 – 8: Rep 2 – 4.
Rows 9 – 28: Rep 5 – 8.
Edging (worked as one round):
Working across Row 28: Ch 1, sc in first st, [hdc in next ch-1 sp, hdc in next st] twice, (dc, picot, dc) in next ch-1 sp, [hdc in next st, hdc in next ch-1 sp] twice, sc in next st;
Working along the first side: *2 sc in the side of next cluster row, sc in side of next sc row, 2 sc in side of next dc row,** sc in same ch-1 sp as dc just worked into, picot, [sc in next st, sc in next ch-1 sp] twice, sc in next st; rep from * to end of side, finishing last rep at **;
Working along the top of the shawl/foundation chain: 3 sc in the first foundation ch, sc in each rem foundation ch until 1 foundation ch rem, 3 sc in last foundation ch (this is the marked 6th ch from Row 1);
Working along the final side: ^2 sc in the side of next dc row, sc in side of next sc row, 2 sc in side of next cluster row,^^ working over the sl sts and into the sts and ch-1 sps of the previous row, sc in next 5 sts and ch-1 sps, picot, sc in the next ch-1 sp; rep from ^ to end of side, finishing last rep at ^^; join and break yarn.
And that’s the Tuscan Moon Shawl! I hope you like this version as well as the first. If this pattern inspires you to make your own shawl or wrap and you post a photo on social media, be sure to tag me @mooglyblog or #mooglyblog so I can check it out too! I love seeing what you make!
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