I’m so excited to share a brand new crochet shawl pattern with you: The Jadestone wrap! You don’t want to miss this free crochet shawl pattern for Spring!
I actually first made this shawl a long time ago. Back when I first started designing! I loved how the shawl turned out, but I never wrote down the pattern. Let’s just say that was before I learned the important lesson that you NEVER wait months after you design something to write down the pattern 😂
Anyhow, looking back, I’m actually thankful that I didn’t publish the pattern back then because my picture taking skills were not the best! This month, I remade the entire thing—shawl, pictures, etc. and I love the result so much more!
With that in mind, let me introduce you to the Jadestone Wrap!
This wrap is named after the Jade Stone—mostly because the color yarn I chose ranges from a beautiful light Jade to a deep Jade green. Speaking of yarn, I used Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball. Let me just say, it is one of my absolute favorites for shawl-making! That is what it is designed for, after all. The color ways are just so beautiful. And the best part is (just like the name says) you only need one ball to make a shawl! Be sure to browse all the colors and decided which one you want to use below.
How is it Made?
Before we get into the pattern, let’s talk a few details about this shawl. It is beginner friendly—we’ll just be working back and forth in rows, using simple stitches (double crochets and chains!) Plus, I’ve made a special video tutorial that you can supplement the written pattern with if you’re a visual learner!
Can I Get Rid of the Ads?
YES! My ad-free patterns are available on both Etsy and Ravelry for a small fee ($3-4 usually). Why do I charge? Well, I put out a whole lot of free content on my blog, and that is there specifically to help you out. But when it comes to PDFs, it is a great support my handmade business to sell them at a low cost to you. It takes extra work to put the pattern into a printable format…and plus, the Jadestone PDF includes a stitch-chart that will be of great use! With all that in mind, be sure to check out the PDF version if you are interested.
(Can I tell you a secret? The PDF is on sale for $1 today only since it was just released! All you have to do is use the code JADESTONEDAY1).
Jadestone Wrap—Free Crochet Pattern
OK—now that we’ve covered those details, let’s finally get on with the pattern itself!! You can view the video tutorial directly below, or scroll on for the written pattern.
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- Shawl is worked flat in turned rows, with increases at the beginning and end of each row, as well as increases in the center.
- Ch 4 at beginning of rows counts as tr.
- 1 skein of Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball Yarn
- Or approximately 460 yards of worsted weight yarn
- H/5mm Crochet Hook
- Yarn needle
Abbreviations/Stitches Used (U.S.)
Chain – ch
Double Crochet – dc
Repeat – rep
Round(s) – rnd(s)
Skip – sk
Space(s) – sp(s)
Chain space(s) – ch-sp(s)
Stitch(es) – st(s)
Shell (sh): 3 dc in indicated st or sp.
Row 1: Work 6 dc in 4th ch from hook, turn (7 dc).
Row 2: Ch 4 (counts as tr), 2 dc in first dc. Dc in next 2 dc. 2 dc in next dc (middle). Dc in next 2 dc. (2 dc, tr) in last st, turn. (10 dc, 2 tr).
Row 3: Ch 4, 2 dc in first tr. Dc in next 3 dc, ch 1, sk next dc, sh in next dc. Ch 1, sh in next dc. Ch 1, sk next dc, dc in next 3 dc. (2 dc, tr) in last st, turn. (10 dc, 2 tr, 2 sh).
Row 4: Ch 4, 2 dc in first tr. Dc in next 5 dc. Ch 1, sh in middle of next sh (the second dc). Ch 1, sh in next ch-sp. Ch 1, sh in middle of next sh. Ch 1, sk ch-sp, dc in next 5 dc. (2 dc, tr) in last st, turn. (14 dc, 2 tr, 3 sh).
Row 5: Ch 4, 2 dc in first tr. Ch 1, sk next dc, dc in next 6 dc. Ch 1, sk next ch-sp, sh in middle of next sh. Ch 1, sk ch-sp, sh in middle of next sh.. Ch 1, sk ch-sp,, sh in middle of next sh. Ch 1, sk ch-sp, dc in next 6 dc. Ch 1, sk next dc (2 dc, tr) in last st, turn. (16 dc, 2 tr, 3 sh).
Extra Help for Visual Learners
Do you prefer to work from a crochet chart, rather than trying to make sense of crochet-pattern abbreviations? The Ad-Free PDF includes a stitch chart that will help immensely if you’re a visual learner! Be sure to grab it on either Ravelry or Etsy.
Row 6: Ch 4, 2 dc in first tr. Ch 1, sk next dc, dc in next dc, dc in next ch-sp. Dc in next 6 dc. Ch 1, sk next ch-sp, sh in middle of next sh. *Ch 1, sh in next ch-sp. Ch 1, sh in middle of next sh. Rep from * once more. Ch 1, sk next ch-sp, dc in next 6 dc. Dc in next ch-sp and next dc. Ch 1, sk next st, (2 dc, tr) in last st, turn. (20 dc, 2 tr, 5 sh).
Row 7: Ch 4, 2 dc in first tr. Ch 1, sk next dc, dc in next dc, dc in next ch-sp. Dc in all dc up to next ch-sp. (Ch 1, sk ch-sp, sh in the middle of next sh) across all sh. Ch 1, sk ch-sp, dc in all dc until ch-sp. Dc in ch-sp, dc in next dc. Ch 1, sk next dc, (2 dc, tr) in last st, turn. NOTE: all odd rows from this point forward will not increase any shs (just like this row).
Row 8: Ch 4, 2 dc in first tr. Ch 1, sk next dc, dc in next dc, dc in next ch-sp. Dc in all dc up to next ch-sp. *Ch 1, sk next ch-sp, sh in middle of next sh. Rep from * until you reach the center sh. Ch 1, sh in next ch-sp (right before center sh). Ch 1, sh in middle of center sh. Ch 1, sh in next ch-sp (right after center sh). Ch 1 **sh in middle of next sh, ch 1, sk next ch-sp. Rep from ** across the remaining sh. Dc in all dc until ch-sp. Dc in ch-sp, dc in next dc. Ch 1, sk next dc, (2 dc, tr) in last st, turn. NOTE: all even rows from this point forward will increase 2 shs just as this row does!
Rep rows 7-8 for a total of 27 rows. If you would like to adjust the shawl, simply keeping repeating rows 7-8 until it reaches your desired size. Make sure to end on a row 7.
Fasten off and weave in all ends.
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