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Crochet box 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

Treble / Double crochet – tr / dc

Front Post dc / sc – FPdc/sc

Shell: work 5tr/dc + 1ch + 5tr/dc in space of 2ch.

Stitch – st

Row 1: Make 4ch, 2tr/dc + 2ch + 3tr/dc in last ch, turn.

Row 2: Make 2ch, 1dc/sc in third tr/dc, 2ch, 1dc/sc in fourth tr/dc, 1ch, 1dc/sc in third ch, turn.

Row 3: Make 1ch, skip one row and work shell in space of 2ch between tr/dc, 1dc/sc in first ch, turn.

Row 4: Make 1ch, work 1FPdc/sc over each of the next 5tr/dc, 1ch, 1FPdc/sc over each of the next 5tr/dc, 1dc/sc in first ch, turn.

Row 5: Make 3ch, 2tr/dc + 2ch + 1tr/dc in dc/sc below, 3ch,1dc/sc in space of 1ch, 3ch, 1tr/dc + 2ch + 3tr/dc in first ch, turn.

Row 6: Make 2ch, 1dc/sc in third tr/dc, 2ch, 1dc/sc in fourth tr/dc, 3ch, 1dc/sc in dc/sc, 3ch, 1dc/sc in next tr/dc, 2ch, 1dc/sc in next tr/dc, 1ch, 1dc/sc in third ch, turn.

Row 7: Make 1ch, skip one row and work shell in space of 2ch between tr/dc, work 1dc/sc in shell of third row (in space of 1ch between tr/dc), skip one row and work shell in next space of 2ch between tr/dc, work 1dc/sc in first ch, turn.

Row 8: Make 1ch, * work 1FPdc/sc over each of the next 5tr/dc, 1ch, 1FPdc/sc over each of the next 5tr/dc, 1FPdc/sc over dc/sc below; rep from * 1 more time, but work 1dc/sc in first ch instead last 1FPdc/s c, turn.

Row 9: Work next steps:

1 - "Beginning of the row #1": Make 3ch, 2tr/dc + 2ch + 1tr/dc in dc/sc below, 3ch.

2 - "Middle stitches #1": 1dc/sc in space of 1ch, 3ch, skip 5FPdc/sc, 1tr/dc + 2ch + 1tr/dc in the next st, 3ch.

3 - "Finishing of the row #1": 1dc/sc in space of 1ch, 3ch, 1tr/dc + 2ch + 3tr/dc in first ch, turn.

Row 10: Work next steps:

1 - "Beginning of the row #2": Make 2ch, 1dc/sc in third tr/dc, 2ch, 1dc/sc in fourth tr/dc, 3ch, 1dc/sc in dc/sc.

2 - "Middle stitches #2": 3ch, 1dc/sc in tr/dc, 2ch, 1dc/sc in next tr/dc, 3ch, 1dc/sc in dc/sc below.

3 - "Finishing of the row #2": 3ch, 1dc/sc in tr/dc, 2ch, 1dc/sc in next tr/dc, 1ch, 1dc/sc in third ch, turn.

Row 11: Work next steps:

1 - "Beginning of the row #3": Make 1ch, skip one row and work shell in space of 2ch between tr/dc.

2 - "Middle stitches #3: work 1dc/sc in shell of seventh row, skip one row and work shell in space of 2ch between tr/dc.

3 - "Finishing of the row #3": work 1dc/sc in shell of seventh row, skip one row and work shell in next space of 2ch between tr/dc, 1dc/sc in first ch, turn.

Row 12: Make 1ch, * work 1FPdc/sc over each of the next 5tr/dc, 1ch, 1FPdc/sc over each of the next 5tr/dc, 1FPdc/sc over dc/sc below, rep from * 2 more times, but work 1dc/sc in first ch instead last 1FPdc/s c, turn.

Row 13: Work next steps:

1 - "Beginning of the row #1": Make 3ch, 2tr/dc + 2ch + 1tr/dc in dc/sc below, 3ch.

2 - "Middle stitches #1": * 1dc/sc in space of 1ch, 3ch, skip 5FPdc/sc, 1tr/dc + 2ch + 1tr/dc in the next st, 3ch; rep from * 1 time more for row 13, 2 times more for row 17, 3 times more for row 21, etc.

3 - "Finishing of the row #1": 1dc/sc in space of 1ch, 3ch, 1tr/dc + 2ch + 3tr/dc in first ch, turn.

Row 14: Work next steps:

1 - "Beginning of the row #2": Make 2ch, 1dc/sc in third tr/dc, 2ch, 1dc/sc in fourth tr/dc, 3ch, 1dc/sc in dc/sc.

2 - "Middle stitches #2": * 3ch, 1dc/sc in tr/dc, 2ch, 1dc/sc in next tr/dc, 3ch, 1dc/sc in dc/sc below; rep from * 1 time more for row 14, 2 times more for row 18, 3 times more for row 22, etc.

3 - "Finishing of the row #2": 3ch, 1dc/sc in tr/dc, 2ch, 1dc/sc in next tr/dc, 1ch, 1dc/sc in third ch, turn.

Row 15: Work next steps:

1 - "Beginning of the row #3": Make 1ch, skip one row and work shell in space of 2ch between tr/dc.

2 - "Middle stitches #3: *skip 3 rows and work 1dc/sc in shell of of next row, skip one row and work shell in space of 2ch between tr/dc rep from * 1 time more for row 15, 2 times more for row 19, 3 times more for row 23, etc.

3 - "Finishing of the round #3": skip 3 rows and work 1dc/sc in shell of of next row, skip one row and work shell in next space of 2ch between tr/dc, 1dc/sc in first ch, turn.

Row 16: Make 1ch, * work 1FPdc/sc over each of the next 5tr/dc, 1ch, 1FPdc/sc over each of the next 5tr/dc, 1FPdc/sc over dc/sc below, rep from * 3 more times for row 16, (4 times more for row 20, 5 times more for row 24, etc.), but work 1dc/sc in first ch instead last 1FPdc/sc, turn.

Repeat rows 13 - 16 until you have reached your desired size of shawl.

Edging

After the "16 row" work 2 rounds of edging.

Round 1: Make 3ch, 2tr/dc + 2ch + 1tr/dc in dc/sc below, 2ch, * skip 1 row and work 1dc/sc in shell of of next row, 2ch, skip 5FPdc/sc, 1tr/dc + 2ch + 1tr/dc in the next st, 2ch; rep from * until you get 2nd point. Then skip 1 row and work 1dc/sc in shell of of next row, 2ch, work 1tr/dc + 2ch + 3tr/dc + 2ch + 1tr/dc in first ch.

Work over the next edge of the shawl: 2ch, ** skip 3rows and work 1dc/sc in the middle of tr/dc of next row, 2ch, work 1tr/dc + 2ch + 1tr/dc in the same stitch where was the group of [1tr/dc + 3tr/dc] made, 2ch; rep from ** until you get 3rd point.

Then work 1dc/sc in the middle of tr/dc of row 1, 2ch, make 1tr/dc + 2ch + 3tr/dc + 2ch + 1tr/dc in the first ch of the row 1 of the shawl. Work 2ch and 1dc/sc in fourth ch of the row 1.

Work over the next edge of the shawl: *** 2ch, skip 3rows and work 1tr/dc + 2ch + 1tr/dc in the same stitch where was the group of [2tr/dc + 1tr/dc] made, 2ch, 1dc/sc in third ch ; rep from *** until you get 3rd point.

Then work 2ch, 1tr/dc in last dc/sc of previous row, 2ch and sl.st in third ch. Make sl/st in each of the next 2tr/dc.

Round 2: Make 1 ch. Work in each space of 2ch between two tr/dc next sts: * 1dc/sc + 3ch; rep from * 2 more times, 1dc/sc.

Work 2dc/sc in each space of 2 ch between dc/sc and tr/dc.

For the second and third point work next:

Make in first space of 2ch - * 1dc/sc + 3ch; rep from * 2 more times, 1dc/sc. Then make 6ch, sl.st in fourth ch from hook, 2ch. Repeat previous step from * to * for the second space of 2ch and work 1dc/sc in the same space.

For the first point (at the end of the round) work: * 1dc/sc + 3ch; rep from * 2 more times, 1dc/sc. Then make 6ch, sl.st in fourth ch from hook, 2ch and sl. st in the first ch of the round.

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