Granny at a Rave Shawlette by Connie Lee Lynch

Granny at a Rave Shawlette

November 2018
Light Fingering ?
33 stitches and 17 rows = 4 inches
in mitered granny square
2.75 mm (C)
2.25 mm (B)
584 - 1016 yards (534 - 929 m)
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This is one of those suprise designs that wasn’t on my radar until the pattern was practically already written. I had a student come in one day wanting to make a granny square shawl and on my way out the door after class, I picked up a skein of yarn from a local indie dyer to make one myself because we more or less wrote the pattern in class! I ordered a coordinating set of minis two days later to add some extra fun to the party and the rest is history!

Worked in a mitered square manner, this triangular variation on the granny square works up quickly and almost effortlessly. You could easily add a second or third skein for a larger piece or you could simply keep adding stripes with the minis!


  • Double Crochet (granny square)
  • Single Crochet (linen stitch)
  • Extended Single Crochet (instructions in pattern)
  • Color Changes (stripes)


Before blocking, within the body of the shawl, 33 sts and 17 rows of granny square stitches = approximately 4 inches. I aggressively wet blocked the long edge of the shawl to get it nice and straight so finished measurements were 42.5 by 17 inches.


  • Flockin’ Sock XTRA by What the Flock Hand Dyed (100g, 464 yds) in Marsha Mellow Goes to a Rave (75% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon) or similar Fingering (1) weight yarn plus coordinating minis
  • C/2.75mm & B/2.25mm Crochet Hooks
  • Stitch Marker(s)
  • Scissors
  • Darning Needle
  • Glue for added security on tassels (optional)

Yardage estimates for each color:

  • MC: Marsha Mellow Goes to a Rave, 464 yds
  • C1: Neon Pink, 20 yds
  • C2: Neon Orange, 20 yds
  • C3: Neon Yellow, 20 yds
  • C4: Neon Green, 20 yds
  • C5: Neon Blue, 20 yds
  • C6: Neon Purple, 20 yds

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