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Crochet long puff stitch pattern for a triangle shawl

Guide

This triangle crochet stitch pattern is a versatile design that can be worked using any thread or yarn. Most yarns have the recommended crochet hook size on the label. But you can play around with different options to get tighter or looser crochet fabric.

How to grow your triangle shawl pattern:

You can grow the shawl pattern for as long as you want. Simply repeat rows (given in diagram and step-by-step instructions) until you get the desired size of your shawl.


Techniques used in this stitch

UK / US crochet term:

Chain stitch – ch

Double crochet / Single crochet – dc / sc

Half treble / Half double crochet – h.tr / h.dc

2 Long h.tr / h.dc decrease - 4 h.tr/h.dc dec.

4 Long h.tr / h.dc decrease - 4 h.tr/h.dc dec.

8 Long h.tr / h.dc decrease - 8 h.tr/h.dc dec.

Treble / Double Crochet – tr / dc

Double treble / Treble – d.tr / tr

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Beginning

Row 1: 4 ch, 8 tr/dc and 1 d.tr/tr in last ch, turn.

Row 2:

Work next steps:

"Beginning of left edge " : 3 ch, 2 h.tr/h.dc dec., 3 ch, 1dc/sc in third tr/dc.

"Middle point 1": 1 dc/sc in next tr/dc below, 3ch, 4 h.tr/h.dc dec. (first incomplete h.tr/h.dc work into the same st the last dc/sc was made), 3 ch, 1 dc/sc make into the same st the last incomplete h.tr/h.dc was made.

"Ending of right edge " : 1dc/sc in next tr/dc, 3 ch, 2 h.tr/h.dc dec. over two last tr/dc, 1 d.tr/tr in last ch. Turn.

Row 3:

Work next steps:

"Beginning of right edge" : 3ch, 6 tr/dc in top of decrease stitches, 1 dc/sc in first dc/sc below.

"Middle point 2": 12 tr/dc in top of decrease stitches,1 dc/sc in first dc/sc below.

"Ending of left edge" : 6 tr/dc in top of decrease stitches, 1 d.tr/tr in third ch. Turn.

Row 4:

Work next steps:

"Beginning of left edge " (see Row 2).

"Middle stitches 1": * 1 dc/sc in next tr/dc below, 3 ch, 8 h.tr/h.dc dec. over tr/dc below, 3 ch, 1 dc/sc in fourth tr/dc; rep from*.

"Middle point 1" (see Row 2).

"Middle stitches 1" (see above).

"Ending of right edge " (see Row 2).

Row 5:

Work next steps:

"Beginning of right edge" (see Row 3).

"Middle stitches 2": *8 tr/dc in top of decrease stitches, 1 dc/sc in first dc/sc below; rep from*.

"Middle point 2": (see Row 3).

"Middle stitches 2" (see above).

"Ending of left edge" : (see Row 3).

Repeat rows 4 - 5 until you have reached your desired size of shawl.

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