Benita One-Skein Shawl

Design by Marie Segares/Underground Crafter.

Benita One-Skein Shawl by Marie Segares/Underground Crafter.
Benita One-Skein Shawl by Marie Segares/Underground Crafter.

This one-skein crochet shawl pattern uses self-striping yarn to make colorwork easy. This rectangular shawl can also be worn as a scarf in transitional weather. Since it’s a one-skein crochet shawl pattern, you won’t have many ends to weave in which means you can wear this project as soon as it’s finished. This is an intermediate level pattern, but there are only two rows to repeat. Once you get the stitch pattern down, you will find it a relatively mindless and straightforward crochet project.

Skills Used

  • Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, single crochet
  • Crocheting flat in rows
  • Crocheting into chain spaces (includes video tutorial)
  • Special stitch: FPcl (includes written description)

The Finished Size is for Adult: 58.5” (148.5 cm) long x 9” (23 cm) wide.

Materials

  • King Cole Tropical Beaches DK yarn (70% acrylic/30% polyamide (nylon), 7 oz/200 g, 557 yd/510 m) – 1 skein in 4850 Patara Beach, or approximately 530 yd (484.5 m) in any light weight, self-striping yarn.
  • US Size G-6/4 mm crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge.
  • Bent-tip yarn needle.

Skill Level: Intermediate

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