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Brambleberry Shawl Crochet Pattern

I really enjoyed coming up with this shawl design. Of course it took a lot of trial and error, but the end result is what’s important, right? I think this shawl is simple yet elegant with its lacy edging. I hope you enjoy crocheting the pattern I have made and if you have any corrections or suggestions, please let me know in the comments.

Brambleberry Crochet Shawl

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Brambleberry Shawl Crochet Pattern


Abbreviations:

Ch = chain

Sc = single Crochet

Hdc – half double crochet

Dc2tog = Double Crochet 2 Together – (YO insert hook into stitch, YO pull through 2 loops on hook, repeat 1 more time, chain 1.)

Dc3tog = Double Crochet 3 together – (YO insert hook into stitch, YO pull through 2 loops on hook, repeat 2 more time, chain 1.)

Tr3tog =  *yo twice, insert hook into next st, yo, pull up a loop, (yo, draw through 2 loops) twice, repeat from * two more times, yo, draw through all loops on hook.

Pct  = Picot (Chain 3 and insert hook back through the center of the first chain made, yo and sl st)

Sl st = Slip Stitch

Magic ring –visit site for a helpful  tutorial

Materials:

Original pattern crocheted in 2 skeins of Phydeaux designs Caresse Blackberry Bramble Merino Wool (sportweight) using 5mm hook.

Can be made with preferred yarn and recommended hook.

Instructions:

shawl diagram

Start in magic ring or ch 5 and slip stitch in first chain to form a ring.

Row 1- Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc here and throughout), dc 4, chain 3, 5 dc, turn.

Row 2- Ch 3 dc in same stitch, dc in each stitch until 3 chain space (2dc, chain 3, 2dc) in same 3 chain space, dc in each dc until the last, 2 dc in last stitch, turn.

Row 3- Ch 3 dc in same stitch, dc in each stitch until 3 chain space (2dc, chain 3, 2dc) in same 3 chain space, dc in each dc until the last, 2 dc in last stitch, turn.

Row 4- Ch 3 dc in same stitch, dc in each stitch until 3 chain space (2dc, chain 3, 2dc) in same 3 chain space, dc in each dc until the last, 2 dc in last stitch, turn.

Row 5- Ch 3 dc in same stitch, dc in each stitch until 3 chain space (2dc, chain 3, 2dc) in same 3 chain space, dc in each dc until the last, 2 dc in last stitch, turn.

Row 6- Ch 3 dc in same stitch, dc in each stitch until 3 chain space (2dc, chain 3, 2dc) in same 3 chain space, dc in each dc until the last, 2 dc in last stitch, turn.

Row 7- Ch 3, dc in same stitch, dc in next stitch, ch 1, skip one dc and dc in next stitch repeat until next 3 ch space is reached, (2dc chain 3 2dc) in center 3 chain space, dc in next dc, ch 1 skip 1 dc and dc in next dc, 1 dc in next to last dc, 2dc in last stitch.

Row 8- Chain 3, dc in same stitch, 1 dc in 2 next stitches, 2 dc in each chain space, dc in last 3 stitches before center 3 chain space, (2dc, chain 3, 2dc) in 3 chain space, dc in next 3 stitches, 2dc in each chain space , dc in next to last 2 stitches, 2dc in last stitch.

Row 9 – chain 3, dc in same stitch, dc in each stitch until center 3 ch space, (2dc, chain 3 2dc) in center space, dc in each stitch until last stitch, 2dc in last stitch.

Row 10 through 12– Repeat row 7 through 9

Row 13 through 15– Repeat row 7 through 9

Row 16 through 19– Repeat row 9.

Repeat pattern as many times as necessary to achieve desired size

Next row- Repeat row 7

Next row – Repeat row 8

Edge Instructions:

Row 1- Ch 3, skip 1 dc, sc in next dc, [ch 2, skip 3 dc, (2dc, ch 3, 2dc) all in next dc,

* ch 2, skip 3 dc, sc in next dc, ch 3, skip 1 dc, sc in next dc, ch 2, skip 3 dc, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) all in next sc; rep from * 9 times more, ch 2, skip 3 dc, sc in next dc], ch 1, sc in next dc, ch 2, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) all in center ch-3 sp, ch 2, sc in next dc, ch 1, sc in next dc, rep between [ ]’s once more, ch 1, skip 1 dc, dc in last dc. Turn.

Row 2: Ch 1, sc in 1st dc, [ch 3, skip ch-2 sp, (3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc) all in next ch-3 sp, * ch 3, skip ch-2 sp, sc in next ch-3 sp, ch 3, skip ch-2 sp, (3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc) all in next ch-3 sp; rep from * 9 times more], ch 3, skip ch-2 sp, sc in next ch-1 sp, ch 3, (3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc) all in center ch-3 sp, ch 3, skip ch-2 sp, sc in next ch-1 sp; rep between [ ]’s once more, ch 3, skip ch-2 sp, sc in 3rd ch of turning ch. Turn.

Row 3: Picot, [ch 4, skip ch-3 sp, (4 dc, ch 1, picot, ch 1, 4 dc) all in next ch-3 sp, * ch 4, skip ch-3 sp, sc in next sc, picot, ch 4, skip ch-3 sp, (4 dc, ch 1, picot, ch 1, 4 dc) all in next ch-3 sp; rep from * 9 times more], ch 3, skip ch-3 sp, sc in next sc, picot, ch 4, (4 dc, ch 1, picot, ch 1, 4 dc) all in next ch-3 sp, ch 1, picot, ch 1, (4 dc, ch 1, picot, ch 1, 4 dc) all in next ch-3 sp, ch 4, skip ch-3 sp, sc in next sc, picot, rep between [ ]’s once more, ch 4, sc in last sc, picot. Turn. Ch 1, then work in sc across top edge of shawl, join with a sl st in last st of edging on the other side. Fasten off.

Care instructions:

Machine wash, tumble dry, do not bleach, do not iron, do not dry clean.

Copyright Cera Boutique – Vicky Brehm 2015

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3 thoughts on “Brambleberry Shawl Crochet Pattern

  1. So I am a little confused,…and it may just be because it’s my bedtime clouding my head. (It’s 4am for me currently). At the end of Row 19,….you say,…Repeat pattern as many times as necessary to achieve desired size. Are you talking the whole pattern? From Row 2-19?? OR,…Are you talking about the repeats of Rows 7-9?? The repeats of Row’s 7-9 makes more sense to me,….but my clouded judgement also says it’s Rows 2-19. Please shed some light on this Night Owl so I will go to sleep and think clearly in the morning. It does work up easily and beautifully,..I Love it and will be making many more of them.

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    1. Hi Mandy,
      I intended to say rows 7-9! Oh my, if you tried to repeat the whole pattern you might pull every hair out of your head. Maybe I could have written this way: Continue with established pattern (rows 7-9) as desired, to achieve the size you would like. Does that make more sense? I hope it does, I get so frustrated when a pattern doesn’t add up to me, so I know how you feel.

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