Sweet November Shawl in Tunisian by Kris Stone

Sweet November Shawl in Tunisian

July 2019
red heart roll with it melange
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 6 rows = 4 inches
8.0 mm (L)
500 - 700 yards (457 - 640 m)
one size - adjustable pattern
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This is a Tunisian crochet version of my favorite “Sweet November Shawl” in knit designed by Caryl Pierre. You can find the knit version on Ravelry.

This version here is worked from the bottom point up. This is a wide triangle. So the top edge is the widest and the sides and height is shorter. Because of this, this shawl works up quickly.

This shawl uses the “Symmetrical Diamond” framework designed by Vashti Braha with modifications for this grid/mesh design and also modifications for the wide nature of the triangle.

Thanks and credit to Vashti for this amazing framework!


A cool thing about this shawl is it is reversible for two totally different and interesting looks. Wear it as is or add an edging or fringe for a boho look!


Work the shawl in any yarn you like to whatever size you desire. For a lacy look and feel choose a Tunisian crochet hook that is at least a couple sizes bigger than recommended for the yarn you choose.

I always recommend creating a swatch before you begin to get your stitches looking the way you want them for this pattern.

This version in the pictures has been worked in “Ferris Wheel” yarn by Lion Brand in “Morning Java” colorway (browns) and “Sprinkles” colorway (rainbow) using an 8.00 mm Tunisian hook by Denise.
See my blog post for more materials details.

I used about 2 skeins of this yarn, approximately 500 yards. This made a shawl of 70” wide and 20 inches high. Adding fringe will add more yardage.