I’ve been having so much fun using this stitch combination that I used for both my Divine Lotus Wall Hanging and my Divine Lotus Triangle Cowl that I decided to make my very first shawl as well! I love how mindless this project can be once you get past the first couple of repeats. It actually goes pretty quickly despite it being a larger project. This shawl was designed using Dreamers yarn just like the Triangle Cowl, but any weight 1 or 2 yarn would work if you meet gauge! I had one tester even use a couple of Mandala cakes for hers. The stitches weren’t as open as with the lighter weight yarn, but the results were still gorgeous!
Divine Lotus Shawl
- 1000 yards weight #2 yarn
- H 5.0 mm hook
- Yarn needle
- Measuring tape
Gauge: 4 inches high x 6.5 inches wide after 10 rows.
Note: can be measured while working the pattern.
Project difficulty: Intermediate
Stitch Glossary: ch-chain, st-stich, sl st-slip stitch, sc-single crochet, hdc-half double crochet, dc-double crochet, tr- treble crochet, v-st-v stitch, RS-right side, WS-wrong side
Shell- (hdc, dc, dc, tr, dc, dc, hdc) in the same st or chain space.
V-stitch- (dc, ch 3, dc)
Finished Size: 33 inches from center point at bottom to the top, 57 inches across.
- Project is worked from bottom point of shawl upward.
- Ch 1 does not count as a stitch
- Ch 6 counts as a (dc, ch 3)
Row 1: Ch 7 (counts as dc, ch 3. Plus 1 ch to work into). Dc in the 7th ch from the hook. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 1. Shell in the ch 3 space. Turn. (1 shell)
Row 3: Ch 6. Dc in the same st as the ch 6. Sk 2 st. Sc in the next tr. Sk 2 st. V-st in the next hdc. Turn. (2 v-st, 1 sc)
Row 4: Ch 1. Shell in the next ch 3 space. Sc in the next sc. Shell in the next ch 3 space. Turn. (2 shells,1 sc)
Row 5: Ch 6. Dc in the same st as the ch 6. Sk 2 st. Sc in the next tr. *Sk 3 st. V-st in the next sc. Sk 3 st. Sc in the next tr.* Repeat across until 3 st remain. Sk 2 st. (Dc, ch 3, dc) in the next st. (3 v-st, 2 sc)
Row 6-83: Repeat Rows 4-5 (or until desired size). Fasten off and weave in ends.
I hope that you enjoyed this easy and fun shawl pattern!