Woodland Faeries Shawl by Pattern Princess

Woodland Faeries Shawl

May 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 4 rows = 4 inches
in dc
6.0 mm (J)
481 yards (440 m)
measuring 64 inches wide from corner to corner and 23 inches from top to bottom.
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This pattern is available for free.

If you are looking for a crochet pattern that uses one skein of yarn, this woodland faeries triangle shawl will not disappoint. Lovely lacy flowing scarf/shawl.
This crochet pattern is so easy, it really can be your first triangle shawl pattern. The best part of this wrap is that it is a one row repeat. You can keep repeating until you reach the desired size or until you run out of yarn.
While I made this with one skein of yarn, you can really use multiple skeins of yarn if you choose; changing colors as you desire.
I really wanted to make sure that if you were a beginner at crochet that you could make this shawl/wrap. Therefore, I made a video tutorial to help understand the pattern. Also, if you are new at reading a crochet pattern, this might help you too. However, if you are an experienced crocheter looking for a simple pattern, this shawl is one you should check out.
Notice the hole in the mid-point of the shawl? Normally when I see crochet triangle shawls, that hole is a little larger. I wanted to have a bit smaller hole; therefore, I used a chain 1 in that space. However, if you would rather have a larger hold size in the middle, just crochet a chain 2 there instead of the chain 1.
Stop by the crochet pattern on the blog to find out more.
You can purchase a printable PDF of this pattern here.

You can see video tutorials of this crochet pattern here. https://youtu.be/dLIrTNjdYBs