Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern - The Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern uses just 150g of yarn! Using the V stitch makes this shawl quick to make. It's a lightweight and airy shawl that's perfect for spring.
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Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern

March 24, 2019

The Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern uses less than 150g of yarn! Using the V stitch makes this shawl quick to make. It’s a lightweight and airy shawl that’s perfect for spring.

Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern - The Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern uses just 150g of yarn! Using the V stitch makes this shawl quick to make. It's a lightweight and airy shawl that's perfect for spring.

Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern - The Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern uses just 150g of yarn! Using the V stitch makes this shawl quick to make. It's a lightweight and airy shawl that's perfect for spring.

I used almost one ball of Lion Brand Shawl in a Cake yarn to make this shawl. I love the gorgeous color changes and the thread of metallic in the yarn. It has a beautiful drape. Even though it’s worsted weight yarn, it feels very lightweight. You get the cute bulky look without the heaviness.

Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern - The Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern uses just 150g of yarn! Using the V stitch makes this shawl quick to make. It's a lightweight and airy shawl that's perfect for spring.

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Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern - The Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern uses just 150g of yarn! Using the V stitch makes this shawl quick to make. It's a lightweight and airy shawl that's perfect for spring.

Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern

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Materials
1 ball Lion Brand Shawl in a Cake
K/6.5 mm hook
yarn needle
scissors

Level
Easy -you must be very familiar with basic crochet stitches

Pattern notes & stitches to know
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
V stitch – (dc, ch 1, dc) in same stitch

Written in US terms

Ch 3 counts as dc

Approx Finished Size: 60” x 29”

MOONSTONE SHAWL CROCHET PATTERN

ch 5

Row 1: dc in 5th ch from the hook (1 V stitch)

Row 2: ch 3, turn, v stitch in ch 1 space, dc in last stitch (turning ch from previous row) (1 V stitch, 2 dc))

Row 3: ch 3, turn, V stitch in same stitch, V stitch in ch 1 space, dc in last stitch (2 V stitch, 2 dc))

Row 4: ch 3, turn, V stitch in each ch 1 space across, dc in last stitch (2 V stitch, 2 dc)

Row 5: ch 3, turn, V stitch in same stitch, V stitch in each ch 1 space across, dc in last stitch (3 V stitch, 2 dc)

Repeat row 4 & 5 to Row 68 (34 V stitch, 2 dc)

Fasten off, weave in the ends.

And you’re done with this simple shawl!

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Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern - The Moonstone Shawl Crochet Pattern uses just 150g of yarn! Using the V stitch makes this shawl quick to make. It's a lightweight and airy shawl that's perfect for spring.

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      1. Breann, I would love to make this shawl, however, I am stumped. I am not understanding how to start it. Can’t get passed Row 2. Help!!!!!

        1. Hi! After row 1 you have 1 V stitch, (1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc). In Row 2, you will ch 3 and turn, (this is 1 dc so far) then you will make a V stitch in the ch space. Then dc in the last stitch, which is the top of the ch 3 (from the first ch you made). Hope this helps!

  1. Hi Breann! I am trying to make this shawl, and I’m a bit confused by the pattern- where it says “dc into last stitch” is that referring to the chain 3 from the beginning of the last row? Do I crochet into the space or into the top chain? Or does that mean the last dc of the v-stitch that is there from the previous row?
    I’m excited to get this one going!! It’s going to be gorgeous! Thank for the pattern!

      1. I know V stitch, its my fave for throws… but this really confused me too… I don’t think its your instructions, I think maybe because I have never made a shawl or scarf like this, so was taking every instruction literally. This meant going back on the pattern to find where that “Chain 1” was, etc… I wonder if a diagram might help for the beginning section?

  2. Hey lad, Iam quite fond of the writings on your website. They are organized cleanly, easy to consume and understand, regardless of English being my 2nd language. Wish you well.

  3. Hi Breann
    I love your pattern
    Just wondering If it ends up as not a “perfect” triangle
    That’s Ok with me but not sure that I am following right as I am only increasing v stitches on one side (row 5)
    Thanks so much
    Erin

  4. Hi! I am looking at this pattern (and have been for 2 days) with hook and yarn ready but I am stumped!! I feel like I am missing something! I don’t even get how to start it! For row 1….. I see it says ch5, but then says dc in the 5th from hook and has (1vstitch) in the parenthesis. Why is 1 v stitch in there and not just written, is this telling me there will be 1 v stitch after doing the dc or that i need to make a v stitch? I honestly have no clue why this pattern is kicking my booty but I need to know how to actually start it….. for dummies lol!! Please help!?!?

    1. For the first row you have 1 dc + ch 4. This is a V stitch and the end of the row. The (1 V stitch) is the end of row count 🙂

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