The Crochet Spring Triangle Shawl is a delightful and versatile accessory that’s perfect for adding a touch of warmth and style to your spring and summer outfits. This lightweight shawl is designed in a triangular shape, making it easy to drape over your shoulders or wrap around your neck. It features a lacy and open stitch pattern that allows for excellent breathability, making it ideal for those slightly chilly spring evenings or as a fashion statement on a sunny day.


To create your Spring Triangle Shawl, you’ll need the following materials:

  • Yarn: Choose a lightweight and breathable yarn in a spring-appropriate color of your choice. Cotton or bamboo yarns work well for this project.
  • Crochet Hook: Select a crochet hook size that complements your yarn choice. The exact size will depend on your yarn weight and tension, but a hook in the range of 3.5 mm to 5 mm is typical.
  • Scissors: For cutting yarn.
  • Yarn Needle: To weave in loose ends.


Here’s a basic outline of the pattern for your Crochet Spring Triangle Shawl:

Note: Adjust the size of your shawl by adding more or fewer rows as desired.

Foundation Chain:

  1. Begin by making a slip knot and chaining a multiple of 4 stitches plus 3 extra stitches to create your foundation chain. For example, you can chain 27 stitches (6 sets of 4 + 3).

Row 1: 2. Double crochet (dc) into the 4th chain from your hook.

  1. Double crochet in each chain across the row.
  2. Turn your work.

Row 2: 5. Chain 3 (counts as the first double crochet), skip the next stitch, and double crochet into the next stitch.

  1. Chain 1, skip 1 stitch, double crochet into the next stitch. Repeat this pattern across the row.
  2. End with a double crochet in the turning chain from the previous row.
  3. Turn your work.

Repeat Row 2: 9. Continue repeating Row 2 until your shawl reaches the desired size. You can make it as small or as large as you like.

Finishing: 10. Once you’ve reached your desired size, fasten off and weave in any loose ends with a yarn needle.

Optional Embellishments:

  • You can add fringe or tassels to the bottom edge of your shawl for extra flair.
  • Decorate your shawl with beads or other embellishments for a personalized touch.

This Crochet Spring Triangle Shawl is a lovely project for crocheters of all levels. You can customize it with different yarn colors and even experiment with more intricate stitch patterns to create a unique accessory that’s perfect for spring and beyond. Enjoy your crocheting!