Idris Shawl by K.A.M.E. Crochet

Idris Shawl

June 2022
both are used in this pattern
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
5 stitches and 0 rows = 1 inch
3.5 mm (E)
1220 - 1250 yards (1116 - 1143 m)
48 cm/ 19” wide; 155 cm/ 61” long
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The Idris Shawl is finally here!
It’s lacy, feminine and absolutely gorgeous! As the wedding season is here, this rectangular wrap can be a great choice to make if you want something airy but stylish!

The pattern is FREE ON MY BLOG HERE or if you click on visit pattern website above.

Also, you can dowload an ad free PDF version from my Ravelry store, for a small fee.

Special thanks to my testers: Isi Espunkt, Zannah Söderlind and Michelle Westwood!

Difficulty: Intermediate

Finished Size: 48 cm/ 19” wide and 155 cm/ 61” long

Materials needed:

• 3.5 mm (E) size hook (I used Iris Odyssey by Furls)
• NOTE: If you crochet loosely I advise you to use a 3 mm (5/0) size hook
• 1 Scheepjes Whirl (I used Shrinking Violet shade) and 1/4 Whirlette (I used Parma Violet Shade)
or approximately 1220 yards/ 1115 meters of fingering weight yarn
• Yarn needle for weaving in ends
• Scissors
• Yarn winder
• Digital Scale
• Stitch markers (optional)
NOTE: Blocking is essential to enhance the lace patternwork of your shawl and to ensure that your edges are straight

US terms used throughout.

It is available to download as a photo tutorial and it has a print friendly version too.


I hope you’ll love it as much as I loved creating it!

Happy crocheting!