Happy day after Valentine’s Day to you 🙂 Did you do anything fun? Oh me, I got this pattern ready, hung out at home with my husband watching Community reruns and relaxed. I have to say, it was a good day. But that’s not what we’re hear to talk about, right? It’s all about this lovely fade and the new Ursula Shaw crochet pattern.
Did you know that my last shawl pattern was the Alix Shawl and that was from all the way back in July of last year? Funny enough I also used Twister for that. Man, that yarn makes a lovely shawl. Anyway… I was thinking last month that it’s been so long since I made a shawl that I really needed to get on making another. And boom, now you know why the pulled out the pretty skein of yarn and made this week’s new Ursula Shawl.
You want to know my favorite thing about shawls, especially triangle ones? You can easily, easily make them larger or smaller. As you work this design you’ll see how the repeat is super simple, each row only adds one additional st and you can keep adding repeats or you can even take a few away to make the shawl shorter. It’s that lovely, happy customization that I just dig. And with a shawl like this, which looks so fun in stripes, you could make it a great stash buster too. Got a lot of thinner yarn hanging around? Not much longer, if you get my drift.
Anyway, I hope your month has been going well. Keep cool and, as always, to be kind to each other, wash your masks, and stay safe friends <3 <3
Please note: I was provided Twister for this pattern by Hobbii for the purposes of designing the Ursula Shawl crochet pattern, without compensation. I wasn’t provided the yarn with the expectations of positive or negative reviews but I honestly can say I do enjoy this yarn it’s very pretty and has a lovely texture.
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Where to purchase the Ursula Shawl crochet pattern
- US G (4.00) mm crochet hook
- Size #2 Fine weight yarn
- approx 8.8 Oz/ 1094 yds
- I used Twister by Hobbii in Iris
- Notions: scissors, measuring tape, yarn needle
- 18 hdc x 11 rows = 4” (blocked)
Terms/ Stitches used
- RS: Right side
- St: Stitch
- Ch: Chain
- Sc: Single crochet
- Sk: Skip
- Hdc: Half double crochet
- Bbl: Bobble Stitch (explained below)
- Bbl (Bobble Stitch): *yarn over, insert your hook into the specified st, pull up a loop,* repeat from * to * 4 more times, yarn over, pull through 10 loops on your hook, yarn over, pull through the last 2 loops on your hook.
- This pattern is worked from the point to the wider end, with each row increasing in stitch count by 1.
- The ch-1 at the beginning of the rows does not count as a stitch, just make it approximately the same height as a hdc.
- Blocking is suggested for this pattern.
- This pattern is easy to make longer or shorter by adding or subtracting repeats within the design.
- The sample was made in Twister yarn by Hobbii in the colorway Iris (1 skein).
Approx Finished Product Details for the Ursula Shawl crochet pattern (blocked)
Ursula Shawl Crochet Pattern Instructions
(RS) Row 1: Ch 2, sc into the second ch from the hook — 1 sc
Row 2: Ch 1, turn, hdc twice into the first st — 2 hdc
Row 3: Ch 1, turn, hdc twice into the first st, hdc once into the next st – 3 hdc
Row 4: Ch 1, turn, hdc into the first 2 sts, hdc twice into the last st – 4 hdc
Row 5: Ch 1, turn, hdc twice into the first st, hdc across – 5 hdc
Row 6: Ch 1, turn, hdc across until 1 st remains, hdc twice into the last st – 6 hdc
Row 7: Ch 1, turn, hdc twice into the first st, hdc across – 7 hdc
Rows 8 – 13: repeat Rows 6 – 7, a total 3 more times – 13 sts on Row 13
Row 14: Ch 1, turn, hdc into the first st, Bbl into the next st, *hdc into the next st, Bbl into the next st,* repeat from * to * across until 1 st remains, hdc twice into the last st – 8 hdc, 6 Bbl
Row 15: Ch 1, turn, hdc twice into the first st, hdc across – 5 hdc
Row 16: Ch 1, turn, hdc across until 1 st remains, hdc twice into the last st – 16 hdc
Row 17: Ch 1, turn, hdc twice into the first st, hdc across – 17 hdc
Rows 18 – 21: repeat Rows 16 – 17, twice more – 21 hdc on row 21.
Row 22: Ch 1, turn, hdc into the first st, ch 1, sk the next st, *hdc into the next st, ch 1, sk the next st, * repeat from * to * across until 1 st remains, hdc twice into the last st – 12 hdc, 10 ch-1 spaces
Row 23: Ch 1, turn, hdc twice into the first st, hdc across (this counts both hdc and ch-1 spaces) – 23 hdc
Rows 24 – 29: repeat Rows 22 – 23, a total 3 more times – 29 hdc on Row 29
Row 30: repeat Row 22 – 30 hdc
Rows 31 – 174: repeat rows 7 – 30, a total of 6 more times – 174 hdc on Row 174
Row 175: Ch 1, turn, hdc twice into the first st, hdc across – 175 hdc
Fasten off, weave in your ends. Block your shawl.
And don’t forget you can buy this pattern on Ravelry.