Crochet V Stitch Triangle Shawl Free Pattern
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Crochet V Stitch Triangle Shawl Free Pattern

Crochet V Stitch Triangle Shawl Pattern by Crochet For You

This pattern has triangle shape and you can call it shawl, wrap or scarf. 

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Crochet V Stitch Triangle Shawl Free Pattern

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This pattern is
  • Very easy and
  • Beginner friendly with
  • One row repeat.

The first 3 rows are fully described to easily understand for beginners to crochet. Once you finish the row 3 you can memorise and increase the pattern to get your desired length. 

You can find the written pattern and the video tutorial below.

You can use any lightweight yarns for this pattern

I used 2 colors to make stripes. Self-striping yarn, also known as the variegated yarns would also great for this shawl. are a great choice for crocheting without color changing. The whole pattern uses crochet V stitch as a main stitch. 

Perfect for 

Beginners to crochet and as a mindless crochet project. 

Crochet V Stitch Triangle Shawl Free Pattern

Skill Level: Easy

Finished sizes:

  • Width = 57″ without tassels
  • Length = 30″ without tassels

Materials:

You can use any lightweight yarns for this pattern. 

  • 2-Fine / sport / Acrylic in 2 colors. I used 2 skeins of Lion Brand Vanna’s Glamour yarn – Topaz and white color yarn about 300 yards. (Approx: 800 yards in total)
  • US 7 / 4.5mm crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle for weaving ends
  • Scissors

Gauge is not very important for this project.

Crochet V Stitch Triangle Shawl Free Pattern

Abbreviations / special stitches

  • ch = chain
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • sc = single crochet
  • dc = double crochet
  • V-st = (dc, ch 1,dc) in indicated st. 
  • ch-sp = chain- (number of chains) space
  • st = stitch
  • beg = beginning
  • [ ] work instructions within brackets as many times as directed
  • * to ; = work instructions within brackets as many times as directed
  • C1 = color 1
  • C2 = color 2

Notes: I used 2 colors to make stripes. 

Crochet V Stitch Triangle Shawl Pattern

chain 5, sl st to the first chain. 
Row 1: chain 4 (count as dc and ch 1), V-st into the ring, ch 3, V-st into the ring again, ch 1, dc into the same ring.

Row 2: ch 3 (count as dc), turn, dc in first ch-1sp, ch 1, V-st in same ch-1sp, ch 1, sk next V-st, (V-st, ch 3, V-st) in next ch-3 sp (center ch-sp), ch 1, sk next V-st, V-st in last ch-1sp, ch 1, dc in same space, dc in beg ch 3 top. 

Row 3: ch 3 (count as dc), turn, dc in next dc, ch 1, V-st in next ch-1sp, ch 1, sk next V-st, V-st in next ch-1sp, ch 1, (V-st, ch 3,V-st) in next ch-3 sp (center ch-sp), *ch 1, sk next V-st, V-st in next ch-1sp; repeat * until last ch-sp, after crocheting ch 1 in repeat section, dc in next dc and in beg ch 3 top. 

Row 4: ch 3 (count as dc), turn, dc in next dc, ch 1, V-st in next ch-1sp, *ch 1, sk next V-st, V-st in next ch-1sp; repeat * until ch-3sp remains, after crocheting ch 1 in repeat section, (V-st, ch 3,V-st) in next ch-3 sp (center ch-sp), *ch 1, sk next V-st, V-st in next ch-1sp; repeat * until last ch-sp, after crocheting ch 1 in repeat section, dc in next dc and in beg ch 3 top. 

Row 5 to 51: repeat row 4. Continue repeating row 4 until you reach your desired length for the shawl.

If you like, add tassels to the each corners.

To make same stripes in my shawl follow the color scheme
  • Row 1 to 21: color 1
  • Row 22 to 25: color
  • Row 26 to 29: color 1
  • Row 30 and 31: color 2
  • Row 32 to 37: color 1
  • Row 38 and 39: color 2
  • Row 40 to 42: color 1
  • Row 43 to 51: color 2

Watch the video tutorial
Click here for the left-handed tutorial

Crochet V Stitch Triangle Shawl

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