The Heather Shawl by Shannon Holding

The Heather Shawl

July 2021
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
4.0 mm (G)
1000 - 1080 yards (914 - 988 m)
Length: 56 inches. Width: 15 inches. After blocking.
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The Heather Shawl is a crochet rectangle shawl perfect for autumn. Simple to crochet yet elegant in design, this wrap uses basic stitches to create a beautiful, open texture. Pattern repeats draw the eye into the beautiful shells and long, detailed lines. A perfect accent piece for any outfit and a gorgeous way to stay warm on cool autumn nights.

This pattern is available for free on my blog By purchasing the pattern here, you are purchasing a downloadable, ad free PDF pattern.

Easy/Advanced Beginner - This crochet rectangle shawl pattern uses mostly single crochet, double crochet and chains. This makes the crochet pattern accessible to advanced beginners. You will need to know how to create chain spaces and work into them. You will also need some endurance, as working with fingering weight for a beginner can be a little intimidating. You can do it, though!


1) Full version PDF with photo tutorial for Rows 1 through 10, which will set you up to properly repeat the rows as necessary. This photo tutorial also has the steps written in detail, not short hand, to help beginners through.
2) Printer friendly PDF with only one picture and 5 pages, to save ink.

US Standard
Pattern is written in English.

Length: Approximately 56 inches.
Width: Approximately 15 inches.
Sizes are listed after blocking.


For this crochet rectangle shawl pattern, you will need a Fingering (1) weight yarn of your choice.
You will need approximately 10.5 ounces/300 grams/1,071 yards.
You can make this shawl with a heavier weight yarn if you prefer. The yarn usage listed is for fingering weight only. Your usage will differ if you use a higher weight of yarn.

Yarn Used: I used We Crochet Hawthorne Tonal Hand Painted in colorway Eugene and used just under 3 hanks for the entire design.

4 mm (G-6) hook
Tapestry Needle

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I hope this crochet rectangle shawl pattern brings you as much joy as it’s brought me.

Happy Crocheting!
The Loophole Fox