Crochet silver glam shawl

Crochet silver glam shawl

Another glam crochet project to try – crochet silver glam shawl. This versatile crochet shawl is made from metallic silver cotton yarn. The crochet stitches are quite simple so it’s not such a task for beginners but not less fun for experienced crocheters xD

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Materials: ( I used )
6 mm crochet hook
Light weight yarn: metallic silver cotton yarn ( 150 gr for the sample )
Yarn needle
Scissors
Button

Abbreviations

Note: I used chainless starting dc for every first dc of each row instead of ch 3. There’s another good crochet technique to use is ch 2, dc into same stitch ( counted as 1st dc). In the pattern below you’ll see I simply state dc for every first dc of each row, so just choose your best technique.
Special stitch used:
2 dc – V stitch ( 2dc, ch1, 2 dc intoΒ  same stitch or space )

Shawl:
R1: form a magic ring, 2 dc – V stitch into ring x 2 times, fasten off the ring.

R2: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, 2 dc into space (the ch 1 between 2 dc-V stitch of last round), ch 1, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, 2 dc into space, ch 1, 2 dc into last stitch.

R3: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 2 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 2 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R4: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 3 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 3 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R5: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 4 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 4 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R6: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 5 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 5 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R7: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 6 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 6 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R8: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat **7 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 7 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R9: turn, 1 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 2, * 1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 8 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 8 times , 1 dc into last stitch.

R10: turn, 1 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 2, * 1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 9 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 9 times , 1 dc into last stitch.

R11: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 10 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 10 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R12: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 11 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 11 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R13: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 12 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 12 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R14: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 13 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 13 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R15: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 14 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 14 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R16: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 15 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 15 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R17: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 16 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 16 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R18: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 17 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 17 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R19: turn, 1 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 2, * 1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 18 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 18 times , 1 dc into last stitch.

R20: turn, 1 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 2, * 1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 19 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 19 times , 1 dc into last stitch.

R21: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 20 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 20 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R22: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 21 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 21 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R23: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 22 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 22 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R24: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 23 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 23 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R25: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 24 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 24 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R26: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 25 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 25 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R27: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 26 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 26 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R28: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 27 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 27 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R29: turn, 1 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 2, * 1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 28 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 28 times , 1 dc into last stitch.

R30: turn, 1 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 2, * 1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 29 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 29 times , 1 dc into last stitch.

R31: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 30 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 30 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R32: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 31 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 31 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R33: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 32 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 32 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R34: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 33 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 33 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R35: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 34 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 34 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R36: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 35 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 35 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R37: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 36 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 36 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R38: turn, 2 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 37 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *2 dc into next space, ch 1* repeat ** 37 times , 2 dc into last stitch.

R39: turn, 1 dc into the first dc of last round, ch 2, * 1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 38 times, 2 dc – V stitch into next space, ch 1, *1 dc into next space, ch 2* repeat ** 38 times , 1 dc into last stitch.

R40: turn, 2 dc- V stitch into first dc of last round, *fpdc around next dc, 2 dc- V stitch into next dc of last round* repeat ** 18 times, 2 dc- V stitch into next dc of last round, 2 dc- V stitch into the space (ch 1 of the 2 dc – V-stitch of last round), 2 dc- V stitch into next dc of last round, fpdc around next dc, *2 dc- V stitch into next dc, fpdc around next dc* repeat ** 18 times, 2 dc – V stitch into last dc ( fasten off, weave in ends )

Try on, choose your best place to attach the button. Wear it as a buttoned shawl with a small shawl collar like the following picture:

crochet shawl pattern free

or a cowl collar like this, just like a capelet πŸ™‚

crochet capelet free pattern

You can get the ad free, full instruction with chart here: (instant download pdf file)

 

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26 comments

  1. Vera says:

    The Metallic Capelet looks so very beautiful. Thanks for providing the yardage and gram weight, but would you be able to recommend a specific brand of yarn to use? Thanks.

  2. Mary says:

    I knew it! Thanks πŸ™‚ how ’bout the start of each row/round? is there a “ch1” first before starting the round? or just proceed to the pattern written above? Actually i already started the pattern. Currently im at the 25th round but i notice that the collar part of the shawl seems not right or is it really supposed to be that way. That’s why i asked if there’s a need to ch1 first before starting the row πŸ™‚

    • Maz Kwok
      Maz Kwok says:

      If you are using chainless starting dc double crochet technique, there’s no need to make ch 1 at every turn. The collar part may look abit curvy so later you can have a collar πŸ˜‰

  3. Mary says:

    Hi! Im planning to make a shawl as a gift to my aunt. And I would love to use your pattern, the silver glam shawl. I saw your blog and I read the pattern. I have a question about the “2 dc – Vstitch” I find it difficult to understand. What is it? And how it is done? Please tell me more about it coz I really love this one. Hoping for your reply. Asap. Xoxo

    • Maz Kwok
      Maz Kwok says:

      Hi Mary,
      2 dc – V stitch ( 2dc, ch1, 2 dc into same stitch or space ) as stated in the Special stitch used section πŸ™‚

  4. Lynn says:

    Hi, did I overlook the yardage for the pattern? I’d like to get started on this soon for a group of shawls that will go to a Hospice House. Can you please provide that I for for me, please?

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