Chiffon Soiree Shawl… Free Crochet Pattern!!

Chiffon Soiree Shawl… Free Crochet Pattern!!

Chiffon Soiree Shawl

Chiffon Soiree Shawl... Free Crochet Pattern

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I created this beautifully designed Chiffon Soiree Shawl so I would have something to wear to this years CGOA Banquet Fashion Show…  Elegant, lace like work made this shawl perfect for a warm summer evening, yet beautifully catchy to get noticed by all of the wonderful crochet artists that attended the event!

This would be perfect for any wedding, holiday party or soiree.  Easy to make and wear, you will be the belle of the ball!  Using Red Heart Swanky Yarn, this shimmery, sequined  pattern will catch the light and give a beautiful drape over your shoulders.


Materials ~

Yarn – 700 yards soft, worsted weight yarn. I used 4 Skeins of Red Heart Swanky Yarn (202 yards each) in Chiffon.

Hook – J

Size ~

23″ wide x 72″ long laid out flat after blocking

Stitches ~

Sk ~ Skip     Sp ~ Space     Ch ~ Chain     St ~ Stitch    Sl St ~ Slip St     Sc ~ Single Crochet     Dc ~ Double Crochet     Trc ~ Treble Crochet


Instructions ~ 

Ch 193

Row 1:  Sc in 2nd ch from hook, *ch 5, sk 3 sts, sc in next st*, repeat * * across. = 48 ch5 sps

Row 2:  Ch 6 (counts as trc +2 chs now and throughout), turn, sc in 1st ch 5 sp, * ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 2 more times, {5 dc(shell) in next sc, sc in next ch 5 sp, *ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 2 more times}, repeat { } 10 more times, ch 2, trc in last sc. = 11 5dc shells, 36 ch5 spa, 2 ch2 sps, 2 trc

Row 3:  Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st,{*ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 2 more times, ch 5, sc in 3rd st of next shell}, repeat { } across to last shell, *ch5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 2 more times, ch 5, sc in 4th ch of ch6 from previous row. = 48 ch 5 sps

Row 4:  Ch 6, sc in 1st ch 5 sp, *ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 2 more times, {5 dc shell in next sc, sc in next ch 5, ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp}, repeat { } 21 more times, ch 5, sc in last ch 5 sp, ch 2, trc in last sc. =22 shells, 25 ch 5 sps, 2 ch 2 sps, 2 trc

Row 5:  Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st, *ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 1 more time, {ch 5, sc in center st of 5dc shell, ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp}, repeat { } 21 more times, ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp, ch 5, sc in 4th ch of ch6 from previous row. = 48 ch5 sps

Row 6:  Ch 6 (counts as trc +2 chs now and throughout), turn, sc in 1st ch 5 sp, * ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 2 more times, {5 dc(shell) in next sc, sc in next ch 5 sp, *ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 2 more times}, repeat { } 10 more times, ch 2, trc in last sc. = 11 5dc shells, 36 ch5 spa, 2 ch2 sps, 2 trc

Row 7:  Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st,{*ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 2 more times, ch 5, sc in 3rd st of next shell}, repeat { } across to last shell, *ch5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 2 more times, ch 5, sc in 4th ch of ch6 from previous row. = 48 ch 5 sps

Row 8:  Ch 6, turn, sc in 1st ch 5 sp, *ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 47 more times, ch 2, trc in last sc. = 47 ch 5 sps, 2 ch2, 2 trc.

Row 9:  Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st, *ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 46 more times, ch 5, sc in 4th ch of ch6 from previous row. = 48 ch5 sps.

Row 10:  Ch 6, turn, sc in 1st ch 5 sp, *ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 47 more times, ch 2, trc in last sc. = 47 ch 5 sps, 2 ch2, 2 trc.

Row 11:  Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st, *ch 5, sc in next ch 5 sp*, repeat * * 46 more times, ch 5, sc in 4th ch of ch6 from previous row. = 48 ch5 sps.

Rows 12-31: Repeat rows 2-11

Rows 32-37:  Repeat rows 2-7

Row 38:  Ch 1, turn, sc 5 in each ch5 sp and 1 sc in each sc across.= 289 sc

Row 39:  Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st 3 sts, *ch 1, sk st, sc in next st*, repeat  * * across to last 2 sts, sc in last 2 sts. = 289 sts

Finish off

Turn and Join yarn at bottom beginning row edge,

Row 40:  Ch 1, turn, sc 5 in each ch5 sp and 1 sc in each sc across.= 289 sc

Row 41:  Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st 3 sts, *ch 1, sk st, sc in next st*, repeat  * * across to last 2 sts, sc in last 2 sts. = 289 sts

Finish off

Edging

Working along short ends of the shawl

Row 1:  Join yarn with sl st to right corner st, Ch 1, sc 60 evenly across the side rows to the opposite side.

Row 2:  Ch 1, turn, Sc in same St. *Sk 2, 5 Trc in next St, Sk 2, Sc in next St.* Repeat Across. 10– Trc Shells & 11 Sc

Row 3:   Ch 1 Turn, Sc in 1st St and next St, *Ch 2, Sk 1 St, Sc in next St, Ch 2, Sk 1 St, Sc in next 3 Sts* Repeat * * Across to end. Sc in last 2 Sts.  = 44 Sc & 20 Ch 2 Spaces

Row 4:   Ch 1 Turn, Sc in 1st St, * Sk St, 3 Dc in Ch 2 Space, 1 Dc in next Sc, 3 Dc in next Ch 2 Space, Sk St, Sc in next St* Repeat * * Across to end = 70 Dc & 11 Sc

Row 5:   Ch 1 Turn, Sc in 1st St, *Dc in next St, 2 Dc in next St, Dc in Next St, 2 Dc in next St, Dc in next St, 2 Dc in next St, Dc in next St, Sc in next St* Repeat * * Across to end. = 100 Dc & 11 Sc

Row 6:   Ch 1 Turn, Sc in 1st St, *Trc in next 10 Sts, Sc in next St* Repeat * * Across. =100 Trc & 11 Sc

Row 7:   Ch 1 Turn, Sc in 1st St, *2 Sc each of next 10 Sts, Sc in next St* Repeat * * Across. =211 Sc

Finish off and Weave in ends…

I recommend blocking your shawl for the best result.  I used the Steam Blocking Method, but you may also dampen you shawl and pin it into place until dry.


I hope you enjoy this Free Crochet Pattern!!

Happy Crocheting!!

Elena


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Comments

  1. This is breathtaking I can’t wait to work on this. Thank you for the beautiful pattern

  2. OMG, this has to be one of the most beautiful shawls I have seen!! I want too make this, so I hope someone gets married or something like fancy happens that I would have an event to wear this too. I am absolutely in love ?????

  3. Thank you for this beautiful shawl.
    I didn’t know you were in the Coast Guard – Semper Paratus!!!

  4. Kathleen Jones :

    I like to wear light weight shawls where AC may be chilly. Thank you, thank you for sharing this lovely pattern. I have lt green yarn reserved for just such a shawl as this. I have WIP to finish, then the shawl.

  5. Hello! Another beautiful pattern I can’t wait to start! I have a book filled with your patterns that I want to do! Just a quick question, the yarn isn’t actually chiffon correct? It’s just the name of the color you used? Thanks!

  6. Beautiful !!!
    Anna

  7. Thank you for sharing this beautiful shawl pattern. I am making it for my granddaughter for her wedding day next September 2017. I plan on giving it her for Christmas this year.I know she will love it!

    Judy.S.

  8. Sheronna Rhodes :

    Hi Beatrice, Is it possible that you could draw up a quick diagram or a YouTube video?
    All the * (asterisks) are confusing me and I am having trouble being sure my stitches are on the right place and I’m doing the right amounts of chains, etc.
    I am only on Row 3. Please and thank you.

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