Slantwise Shawl pattern PDF

Slantwise Shawl pattern PDF

Lean into the curve of this fun shawl worked as a swooping triangle perfect for wrapping around your neck or shoulders. Increases and decreases along with varying stitch heights shape the piece, and adorable picots adorn two edges. This beginner-friendly pattern is adaptable to different gauges, and perfect for showcasing textured yarns, gradients, or mini skeins. 

This is an advanced beginner project - you should be comfortable with chain stitch, single crochet, and half-double crochet. Additional skills in the pattern increasing and picots. It's a great skill-building project!

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This pattern was designed for the 2024 Sierra Nevada Yarn Crawl make-a-long.


4" = 19 sts and 16 rows in half-double crochet, blocked

Note: yarn shown usually knits at 28 sts to 4" in Stocking Stitch



Width: 43(56)" along inner curve

Length: 20(28)" along final row



230(430) yards fingering weight yarn in MC

180(340) yards fingering weight yarn in CC

US 7 (4.5 mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge

yarn needle

pins (for blocking)


Yarns shown: Arkaik Fibres Fremont Tweed (85% superwash British BFL wool/15% Nep; 438 yards/100 grams); Arkaik Fibres Magnolia Sock (70% superwash Merino wool/20% yak/10% nylon; 437 yards/100 grams)