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Crochet shawl on chair

Quartered - Crochet shawl pattern

Add bold colour and texture to your wardrobe this winter. Create a stunning oversize shawl with unique stitch combinations and colour changes.


This pattern is written in UK terms, and ideal large project for a confident begginer.


The main colour ends are made with a combination of front post and back post stitches. This stitch combination creates a thicker textured fabric which forces the edge to curve in from the sides. 


The shawl is worked in turned rounds starting with a centre row and working out. The piece is turned between each round, this ensures each colour remains in its section. The last colour worked at the end of the round is the first colour worked at the start of the next. Chains are counted as a stitch. Colour changes made at the start of a round are hidden by the increased stitches in the chain spaces.    


Tassels are a fun addition, these can be made with remaining yarn, in any colour combination you choose.



   Confident Beginner/ Intermediate



  • Ch: chain/s
  • Ftr: foundation treble crochet
  • Tr: treble crochet
  • Fptr: front post treble crochet
  • Bptr: back post treble crochets
  • Colour changes


  • 3.5mm/ US E- 4 Crochet Hook
  • Ochre 306 range. 4ply 60% merino/ 35% yak/ 5% silk 100g (400m/ 440yds)



  • MC 1 skeins in Currawong, 100g (400m/ 440yds), 
  • CC1 2 skeins in Red Ochre, 200g (800m/ 880yds),
  • CC2 2 skeins in Blossom, 200g (800m/ 880yds)



  • Length= 200cm,  Width= 50cm



  • Board (7cm) for tassels,
  • Scissors,
  • Needle for weaving in ends and attaching tassel.


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Please carefully consider your item before purchasing. Due to the nature of digital downloads, exchanges, returns or refunds are not available on any digital item.

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