Alannah Shawl by Carmen Heffernan

Alannah Shawl

October 2018
Aran (8 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 7 rows = 4 inches
in double crochet
5.0 mm (H)
547 - 656 yards (500 - 600 m)
70” (178cm) wide and 15.5” (39cm) deep, without the fringe.
Flag of English English
Free Pattern also available for free: info in notes
This pattern is available for €3.50 EUR
A free version is also available.
buy it now or visit pattern website

Versatile fun pattern, written for Aran/worsted weight yarn. Less than 600m of yarn will make this cosy crescent shape shawl to wrap around your neck. Add some boho fringing and you are right on trend! Beginner friendly design, using basic stitches. A quick make, perfect for gifting!

Skill Level –beginner

Only basic stitches are used in this pattern, but some concentration is required until the row increases are established.


70” (178cm) wide and 15.5” (39cm) deep, without the fringe.


We are knitters The Cotton, 100% cotton-pima, 100g/212m/232yds
Main Colour (MC) - 2 balls in Salmon Pink
Contrast Colour (CC) - 1 ball in Khaki
5mm Crochet Hook
You can use any Aran or Worsted weight yarn to achieve a similar effect

• Shawl is crocheted in rows, starting at one tip, first increasing, then working straight and then decreasing to the other tip.
• The pattern increases and decreases on one side only. Using a stitch marker to mark this side, makes following pattern easier
• Includes written instructions and a photo tutorial
• Pattern written in US crochet terms