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This free crochet triangular shawl pattern was originally published in 1915 in Woolcraft: A Practical Guide to Knitting & Crochet.
Follow the easy step-by-step instructions of this vintage crochet shawl pattern to crochet this classic triangular shawl. There is absolutely no charge for personal use of this crocheted shawl pattern.
Free Vintage Triangular Shawl Pattern
10 ozs. (packets or balls) of 4-ply BEEHIVE Lady Betty Fleecy A No. 8 Celluloid Crochet Hook
A soft and dainty article, worked in alternate rows of shell and treble pattern.
Commence with 2 chain.
1st Row - Draw the loop on the hook an inch in length and make 2 ch. at the end of it, then work 12 loose treble into the commencing stitch, turn.
To make the loose tr., commence the tr. stitch in the ordinary way but, when drawing the loop through the work, draw it an inch in length, while finishing off in the usual manner.
2nd Row - 3 ch. (to stand for the 1st tr. stitch), 1 tr. into each stitch along the row (taking up the back thread only), turn. (The tr. stitches in this and the following plain rows should measure 1/2 inch in height).
3rd Row - Drawing the loop on the hook an inch in length make 2 ch. at the end of it, then work 11 loose tr. into the first stitch along the previous row, miss 5 stitches, 12 loose tr. in the end stitch.
Repeat the 2nd and 3rd row 31 times. Finish with a treble row. Then work the edging as follows:
Turn and work back along the previous row - drawing the loop on the hook an inch in length make 5 ch. at the end of it, work 1 d.c. into the first of the 5 ch., * 1 loose tr. into the same stitch as that from which the first long loop was drawn, 5 ch., 1 d.c. in the first of these ch., repeat from * until 11 loose trebles are worked with the picot at the top of each, miss 5 stitches, 1 d.c. in the next, miss 5 stitches, repeat from the first * to the end of the row and also evenly round the other two sides of the work. Fasten off and run in all the ends.