This luxuriously lacy triangular shawl is crocheted with a fingering weight yarn called  Mariquita Yarn from The Alpaca Yarn Company.  This yarn is 50% baby alpaca and 50% tencel.  It has a subtle shine and beautiful drape which makes it a great choice for this shawl with alternating lace work and solid bands of stitching. The Klaziena Shawl pattern is designed by Kirsten Bishop and her design is dedicated to a dear friend.

The colors chosen for this ridiculously soft shawl are Blue Suede Shoes, Copperpot, and Lava Cake, a beautiful color combination for Fall and Winter.  The shawl measures approximately 33 inches from the top to the point of the triangle and 63 inches across the top edge.

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The pattern calls for a Crochet Hook size E-4 (3.5mm).  You’ll need a Stitch Marker, Yarn Needle for weaving in ends, and pair of Scissors, if you don’t already have those items.

The pattern is designed to repeat, so you can continue until the desired size of shawl is achieved.

Stitches Used:

ch = chain

sc = single crochet

dc = double crochet

dc cross = 1/1 double crochet cross

edc = extended double crochet

fpdc = front post double crochet

sk = skip

sp = space

st = stitch

*…* = repeat between

The pattern is available here.  It is also available in French, Dutch, Russian, and Polish so for a different language, look up Klaziena Shawl on Kirsten Bishop’s Ravelry page.

Triangular shawls are very versatile and there are so many different ways to wear them!  Throw it over your shoulder, wear it like a scarf, off to the side, over your head, belted around the waist, tied in the front, tied in the back … just depends on your mood and the occasion!  You may want to check out this Ways to Wear Your Knit Shawl video by Susan B Anderson.

For more Shawl Crochet Patterns, click here.  Be sure to see Mariquita Yarn Patterns. You may also enjoy my Pinterest board collection, Patterns – Mariquita Yarn. This board is a combination of knit and crochet patterns, many of them Free!  Want to purchase this shawl?  I’d love that!  Click here.

 

Want to learn more crochet stitches?  This is a great reference!500 Crochet Stitches | KnitPicks.com
500 Crochet Stitches | KnitPicks.com