Wednesday 9 August 2023

The Everest Triangle Shawl - Free Crochet Pattern



Hello Everyone!πŸ™‚
Today I would like to share my Everest Triangle Shawl crochet pattern with you. This simple and lightweight triangle shawl is worked from the top down, in back and forth rows. To make this shawl, you must be familiar with basic crochet stitches and terminology.
I used one skein of YarnArt Flowers gradient ''cake'' yarn and a 4 mm crochet hook.


If you prefer to learn by watching, I have a video tutorial below. Or scroll down to view the written pattern!

Happy Crocheting! 😊


Disclosure: Please note that this post may contain affiliate links, which means that I may receive a small commission if you make a purchase using these links - at no extra cost to you.


You can also purchase the ad free printable PDF version of this pattern on my ETSY or RAVELRY






Written Pattern

Finished Size: Height - 83 cm (32,7''), Width - 170 cm (67'').

Skill Level: Easy to Intermediate 

Materials Used:

  • Fingering weight yarn, size 1 - super fineI used YarnArt Flowers (250g/ 1000m) 55% cotton, 45% acrylic yarn in color 251. 1 skein of yarn (1000 meters) needed for this pattern.
  • 4.0 mm (US size G/6) crochet hook.
  • Scissors.
  • Yarn needle or a latch hook.
  •  

    Abbreviations (US terms):

    sp. / sps.
    - space / spaces
    st. / sts - stitch / stitches
    sl st. - slip stitch
    ch - chain
    sc - single crochet

    hdc - half double crochet
    dc - double crochet
    dc3tog - 3 double crochet closed together


    ( )* – repeat the instructions between the brackets as directed.



    PATTERN NOTES:

    • The shawl is worked from the top down, in back and forth rows.
    • You can adjust the size of the shawl by adding or subtracting the pattern repeats of main shawl part (Row 4). The total row count of the main shawl part must be any multiple of 3. 




    Instructions


    MAIN SHAWL ROWS

    Make a magic (adjustable) ring, 
    or ch4, sl st. into first ch to form a ring.

    Row 1: ch3 (counts as 1dc), 3dc in ring, ch2, 4dc in ring.
    (2 groups of 4dc, 1 ch2 sp.)

    Row 2: ch3 (counts as 1dc), turn, 3dc in first st., ch1, skip next 3 sts, (3dc, ch2, 3dc, ch1) in next ch2 sp., skip next 3 sts, 4dc in last st. (in 3rd ch of turning ch3).
    (2 groups of 4dc, 2 groups of 3dc, 2 ch1 sps, 1 corner ch2 sp.)

    Row 3: ch3 (counts as 1dc), turn, 3dc in first st., ch1, skip next 3 sts, 3dc in next ch1 sp., ch1, skip next 3 sts, (3dc, ch2, 3dc, ch1) in corner ch2 sp., skip next 3 sts, 3dc in next ch1 sp., ch1, skip next 3 sts, 4dc in last st. (in 3rd ch of turning ch3).
    (2 groups of 4dc, 4 groups of 3dc, 4 ch1 sps, 1 corner ch2 sp.)

    Row 4: ch3 (counts as 1dc), turn, 3dc in first st., ch1, 
    (skip next 3 sts, 3dc in next ch1 sp., ch1)* repaeat until 3 sts left to corner ch2, 
    skip 3 sts, (3dc, ch2, 3dc, ch1) in corner ch2 sp., 
    (skip next 3 sts, 3dc in next ch1 sp., ch1)* repeat until 4 sts left to the end of row, 
    skip next 3 sts, 4dc in last st. (in 3rd ch of turning ch3).
    (2 groups of 4dc, 6 groups of 3dc, 6 ch1 sps, 1 corner ch2 sp.)



    Row 5 - 54: repeat Row 4!
    Each following row will increase the group of 3dc count by 2 and the ch1 space count by 2!

    Do not fasten off!



    BORDER ROWS

    Row 55: ch4, turn, skip 4 sts, 1sc in next ch1 sp.,
    (ch4, skip next 3 sts, 1sc in next ch1 sp.)* repeat until 3 sts left to corner ch2,
    ch4, skip next 3 sts, (1sc, ch5, 1sc) in corner ch2 sp.,
    (ch4, skip next 3 sts, 1sc in next ch1 sp.)* repeat until 4 sts left to the end of row,
    ch2, skip next 3 sts, 1hdc in last st. (in 3rd ch of turning ch3)
    (108sc, 107 ch4 sps, 1 ch5 sp. in corner, (1 ch2 sp. + 1hdc) at the end of row))

    Row 56: ch4 (counts as 1dc + ch1), turn, (1dc, ch1)* repeat 3 times in first ch sp., skip next st., 1sc in next ch4 sp., ch4, skip next st., 1sc in next ch4 sp.,
    (ch1, skip next st., (1dc, ch1)* repeat 6 times in next ch4 sp., skip next st., 1sc in next ch4 sp., ch4, skip next st., 1sc in next ch4 sp.)* repeat until corner ch5,
    ch1, skip next st., (1dc, ch1)* repeat 8 times in corner ch5 sp., skip next st., 1sc in next ch4 sp., ch4, skip next st., 1sc in next ch4 sp.,
    (ch1, skip next st., (1dc, ch1)* repeat 6 times in next ch4 sp., skip next st., 1sc in next ch4 sp., ch4, skip next st., 1sc in next ch4 sp.)* repeat until turning ch4 left to the end of row,
    ch1, skip next st., (1dc, ch1)* repeat 3 times in turning ch4 sp., 1dc in 2nd ch of that same turning ch4.
    (220dc, 72sc, 36 ch4 sps, 255 ch1 sps)

    Row 57: ch2 (counts as 1st leg of dc3tog), turn, dc2tog in first ch sp., (ch3, skip next st., dc3tog in next ch1 sp.)* repeat 2 times, ch1, skip next st., skip next ch1, skip next st., 1sc in next ch4 sp.,
    (ch1, skip next st., skip next ch1, skip next st., dc3tog in next ch1 sp., (ch3, skip next st., dc3tog in next ch1 sp.)* repeat 4 times, ch1, skip next st., skip next ch1 sp., skip next st., 1sc in next ch4 sp.)* repeat 17 times,
    ch1, skip next st., skip next ch1, skip next st., dc3tog in next ch1 sp., (ch3, skip next st., dc3tog in next ch1 sp.)* repeat 6 times, ch1, skip next st., skip next ch1 sp., skip next st., 1sc in next ch4 sp.,
    (ch1, skip next st., skip next ch1, skip next st., dc3tog in next ch1 sp., (ch3, skip next st., dc3tog in next ch1 sp.)* repeat 4 times, ch1, skip next st., skip next ch1 sp., skip next st., 1sc in next ch4 sp.)* repeat 17 times,
    ch1, skip next st., skip next ch1, (skip next st., dc3tog in next ch1 sp., ch3)* repeat 2 times, skip next st., dc3tog with 1st and 2nd leg in next ch1 sp. and 3rd leg in last st. (in 3rd ch of turning ch4)
    (183 dc3tog, 36sc, 72 ch1 sps, 146 ch3 sps.)


    Row 58: ch5, turn, skip first st., 1sc in next ch3 sp.,ch5, skip next st., 1sc in next ch3 sp., ch5, skip next st., 1sc in next ch1 sp., skip next st., 1sc in next ch1 sp.,
    (ch5, (skip next st., 1sc in next ch3 sp., ch5)* repeat 4 times, skip next st., 1sc in next ch1 sp., skip next st., 1sc in next st.)* repeat 17 times,
    ch5, (skip next st., 1sc in next ch3 sp., ch5)* repeat 6 times, skip next st., 1sc in next ch1 sp., skip next st., 1sc in next st.,
    (ch5, (skip next st., 1sc in next ch3 sp., ch5)* repeat 4 times, skip next st., 1sc in next ch1 sp., skip next st., 1sc in next st.)* repeat 17 times,
    ch5, (skip next st., 1sc in next ch3 sp., ch5)* repeat 2 times, sl st. in last st.
    (218sc, 183 ch5 sps., 1 sl st.)





    Fasten off, weave in all ends!
    Block your shawl!


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    The patterns on this website are my original designs created by me.
    Please do not copy, rework, distribute, republish or sell my patterns and photos. 
    Do not create video tutorials free or paid.

    Thank you!




    ©2023 KristinesCrochets 





    Sunday 16 July 2023

    The Shells Tote Bag - Free Crochet Pattern




    Hi everyone!πŸ™‚

    Today i am sharing the Shells Tote Bag crochet pattern with you. Perfect for market, beach trips, day trips, etc. It's very easy to make - worked in joined rounds using basic stitches - chain, slip stitch, single crochet and double crochet.
    It's worked from the bottom up.The handle straps are crocheted directly onto the body so the bag is one piece with no extra seaming.
    I used YarnArt Macrame Cotton cord type yarn (thickness - 3 mm), but any worsted weight cotton or cotton blend yarn will work.

    If you want to learn how to crochet your very own Shells Tote Bag, I have a video tutorial for you below. Or scroll down to view the written pattern!

    Happy Crocheting! 😊



    You can also purchase the ad free printable PDF version of this pattern on my ETSY or RAVELRY



    Video Tutorial:



    Written Pattern:


    Finished Size: Height without handles: 31 cm (12,2''), Width: 32 cm (12,6''), Depth: 8,5 cm (3,4'').

    Skill Level: Easy - advanced beginner

    Materials Used:

    • Worsted - Aran weight cord type yarn, size 4 - medium. I used YarnArt Macrame Cotton - (250 grams / 225 meters) - 80% Cotton, 20% Polyester. Thickness of the cord - 3 mm.                                2 skeins (approx 315 meters) needed for this pattern.
    • 4,5 mm (7) crochet hook.
    • Scissors.
    • Yarn needle or Latch hook for weaving in ends.
    • 4 stitch markers.
    • Measuring tape.


    Abbreviations (US terms):

    st./sts - stitch / stitches
    ch - chain
    sl st. - slip stitch
    sc - single crochet
    dc - double crochet

    ( )* - repeat the instructions between the brackets the number of times indicated.



    Instructions:

    BASE

    Foundation chain: ch32 (multiples of 6 plus 2)
    6 x 5 + 2 = 32

    Round 1: 3dc in 3rd ch st. from hook, 1dc in each of next 28 ch sts, 6dc in next (last) ch st., 1dc in each of next 28 ch sts on the other side of foundation chain, 3dc in next (last) ch st.
    Join with a sl st. in first dc st.
    (68 dc sts)

    Round 2: ch2 (doesn't count as a st.), 2dc in same st., 2dc in each of next 2 sts, 1dc in each of next 28 sts, 2dc in each of next 6 sts, 1dc in each of next 28 sts, 2dc in each of remaining 3 sts.
    Join with a sl st. in first dc st.
    (80 dc sts)

    Round 3: ch2 (doesn't count as a st.), 2dc in same st., 2dc in each of next 3 sts, 1dc in each of next 32 sts, 2dc in each of next 8 sts, 1dc in each of next 32 sts, 2dc in each of remaining 4 sts.
    Join with a sl st. in first dc st.
    (96 dc sts)





    BODY

    Round 4: ch3 (counts as 1dc), skip 2 sts, 5dc in next st.,
    (skip 2 sts, 1dc in next st., skip 2 sts, 5dc in next st.)* repeat 15 times around.
    Join with a sl st. in 3rd ch of beginning ch3.
    (96 dc sts)

    Round 5: ch3 (counts as 1dc), 4dc in same st., skip 2 sts, 1dc in next st.,
    (skip 2 sts, 5dc in next st., skip 2 sts, 1dc in next st.)* repeat 15 times around.
    Join with a sl st. in 3rd ch st. of beginning ch3.
    (96 dc sts)

    Round 6: sl st. in each of next 2 sts, ch3 (counts as 1dc), skip 2 sts, 5dc in next st.,
    (skip 2 sts, 1dc in next st., skip 2 sts, 5dc in next st.)* repeat 15 times around.
    Join with a sl st. in 3rd ch of beginning ch3.
    (96 dc sts)

    Round 7 - 18: repeat Round 5 - 6.




    HANDLE STRAPS

    Round 19: ch1 (doesn’t count as a st.), 1sc in same st., 1sc in each of next 15 sts, ch70, skip next 23 sts, 1sc in each of next 25 sts, ch70, skip next 23 sts, 1sc in each of remaining 9 sts until the end of round.
    Join with a sl st. in first sc st. at the beginning of round.      
    (50 sc sts, 140 ch sts)


    At this round you can also use stitch markers instead of counting stitches where the handle straps are going to be created.

     

    Finish Round 18 as directed, lay your bag on a flat surface and place stitch markers approx 9 cm (3,5'') from the sides of the bag (2 stitch markers on front and 2 on back panel of the bag). Make sure that they are in the same place on both sides and continue as follows:

    ch1 (doesn't count as a st.), 1sc in same st., 1sc in each st. until you get to the first stitch marker, remove the marker and 1sc in the marked st.,

    ch70, remove the second stitch marker, 1sc in the marked st., 1sc in each st. until you get to the third stitch marker, remove the marker, 1sc in the marked st.,

    ch70, remove the fourth stitch marker, 1sc in the marked st., 1sc in each st. until the end of the round.

    Join with a sl st. in first sc st. at the beginning of round.






    Round 20: ch2 (doesn't count as a st.), 1dc in same st., 1dc in each st. around.
    Join with a sl st. in first dc st.
    (190 dc sts)

    Round 21: ch1 (doesn't count as a st.), 1sc in same st., 1sc in each st. around.
    Join with a sl st. in first sc st.
    (190 sc sts)

    Fasten off, weave in all ends!





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    The patterns on this website are my original designs created by me.
    Please do not copy, rework, distribute, republish or sell my patterns and photos. 
    Do not create video tutorials free or paid.

    Thank you!





    ©2023 KristinesCrochets 

    Sunday 28 May 2023

    Crochet V Stitch Bag Pattern


    Hello Everyone! πŸ˜‰
    Today I am here to share the V Stitch Bag crochet pattern with you. It's worked from the bottom up. The straps are made in two separate sides and sewn together.
    This pattern is written for those with basic crochet knowledge.To make this tote bag, you should be familiar with basic crochet stitches and terminology. You should also know how to crochet in the round as well as how to work in back and forth turned rows.
    I used DK weight (size 3 - light) YarnArt Macrame cord type polyester yarn and a 3,5 mm (E4) crochet hook.
    You will find the written pattern and a video tutorial below.

    Hope you enjoy!
    Happy Crocheting! 😊



    Disclosure: Please note that this post may contain affiliate links, which means that I may receive a small commission if you make a purchase using these links - at no extra cost to you.


    Video Tutorial:



    Written Pattern:

    Finished Size: Height without handle straps: 25 cm (9,8'')
    Height with handle straps: 61 cm (24'')
    Width: 30 cm (11,8'')
    Depth: 9 cm (3,5'')

    Skill Level: Easy to Intermediate (advanced beginner)

    Materials Used:

    • DK weight cord type polyester yarn, size 3 - light. I used YarnArt Macrame - (90 grams / 130 meters) - 100% Polyester.                       Cord thickness - 2 mm.                                                                         3 skeins (approx 335 meters) needed for this pattern. 
    • 3,5 mm  (E4) crochet hook.
    • Scissors.
    • Yarn needle.
    • 2 stitch markers.
    • Measuring tape.

    Abbreviations (US terms):

    st./sts - stitch / stitches
    ch - chain
    sl st. - slip stitch
    sc - single crochet
    dc - double crochet
    V st. - V stitch - (1dc, ch1, 1dc) into indicated stitch

    ( )* - repeat the instructions between the brackets the number of times indicated.






    Instructions:


    Foundation chain: ch42 (multiple of 3)

    Round 1: 2dc into 4th ch from hook, 1dc into next 37 ch sts, 6dc into last ch st.,
    1dc into next 37 ch sts on the other side of foundation chain, 3dc into last ch st.
    Join with a sl st. into 3rd ch of beginning ch3.
    (86 dc sts. including ch3 at the beginning of round)


    Round 2: ch3 (counts as 1dc), 1dc into same st., 2dc into each of next 2 sts,
    1dc into next 37 sts, 2dc into each of next 6 sts, 1dc into next 37 sts, 2dc into each of last 3 sts.
    Join with a sl st. into 3rd ch of beginning ch3.
    (98 dc sts)

    Round 3: ch3 (counts as 1dc), 1dc into same st., 2dc into each of next 3 sts, 1dc into next 41 sts, 2dc into each of next 8 sts, 1dc into next 41 sts, 2dc into each of last 4 sts.
    Join with a sl st. into 3rd ch of beginning ch3.
    (114 dc sts)

    Round 4: ch3 (counts as 1dc), 1dc into each st. around.
    Join with a sl st. into 3rd ch of beginning ch3.
    (114 dc sts)




    Round 5: ch4, 1dc into same st. (counts as first V st.),
    (sk next 2 sts, V st. into next st.)* repeat 37 times around.
    Join with a sl st. into 3rd ch of beginning ch4.
    (38 V sts)

    Round 6: sl st. into center of first V st. of previous round, 
    ch4, 1dc into same st. (counts as first V st.),
    V st. into center of each V st. around.
    Join with a sl st. into 3rd ch of beginning ch4.
    (38 V sts)

    Round 7 - 21: repeat Round 6






    Fasten off, weave in the ends.


    Bag Straps


    Lay your bag on a flat surface, measure it across and mark the V stitch in the center. Repeat on the other side of the bag and make sure the V stitches you marked line up on both sides. 





    Strap 1:

    With the right side of bag facing, join the yarn to the left dc st. of the marked V stitch.



    Row 1: ch3 (doesn't count as st.), 1dc into center of next V st., 
    V st. into center of next 16 V sts,
    dc2tog over the center of next V st. and first dc st. of next (marked) V st.
    (1 dc st., 16 V sts, 1 dc2tog st.)

    Row 2: ch3 (doesn't count as st.), turn, 1dc into center of next V st., 
    V st. into center of next  14 V sts,
    dc2tog over the center of next V st. and last dc st.
    (1dc st., 14 V sts, 1 dc2tog st.)

    Row 3: ch3 (doesn't count as st.), turn, 1dc into center of next V st., 
    V st. into center of next 12 V sts,
    dc2tog over the center of next V st. and last dc st.
    (1dc st., 12 V sts, 1 dc2tog st.)

    Row 4: ch3 (doesn't count as st.), turn, 1dc into center of next V st., 
    V st. into center of next 10 V sts,
    dc2tog over the center of next V st. and last dc st.
    (1 dc st., 10 V sts, 1 dc2tog st.)

    Row 5: ch3 (doesn't count as st.), turn, 1dc into center of next V st., 
    V st. into center of next 8 V sts,
    dc2tog over the center of next V st. and last dc st.
    (1dc st., 8 V sts, 1 dc2tog st.)

    Row 6: ch3 (doesn't count as st.), turn, 1dc into center of next V st., 
    V st. into center of next 6 V sts,
    dc2tog over the center of next V st. and last dc st.
    (1dc st., 6 V sts, 1 dc2tog st.)

    Row 7: ch3 (doesn't count as st.), turn, 1dc into center of next V st., 
    V st. into center of next 4 V sts,
    dc2tog over the center of next V st. and last dc st.
    (1dc st., 4 V sts, 1 dc2tog st.)

    Row 8: ch3 (doesn't count as st.), turn, 1dc into center of next V st., 
    V st. into center of next 2 V sts,
    dc2tog over the center of next V st. and last dc st.
    (1dc st., 2 V sts, 1 dc2tog st.)




    Row 9: ch3 (counts as 1dc), turn, V st. into center of next 2 V sts, 1dc into last dc st.
    (2 dc sts, 2 V sts)




    Row 10: ch3 (counts as 1dc), turnV st. into center of next 2 V sts, 1dc on top of turning (last) ch3.
    (2 dc sts, 2 V sts)


    Row 11 - 21: repeat Row 10





    Fasten off, leaving a tail for sewing.


    Strap 2:

    With the right side of bag facing, join the yarn to the left dc st. of the marked V stitch.

    Row 1 - 21: repeat exactly the same as for the Strap 1!


    Bring both ends of the straps together so they line up evenly. Sew them together using the seaming method of your choice.




    Sew / weave in all ends.





    The patterns on this website are my original designs created by me.
    Please do not copy, rework, distribute, republish or sell my patterns and photos. 
    Do not create video tutorials free or paid.

    Thank you!





    ©2023 KristinesCrochets




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