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Crochet Flower Lattice Shawl

Crochet Flower Lattice Shawl

This crochet flower lattice shawl is based off of the crochet flower lattice scarf that I recently made a video tutorial for. I really wanted to work it up as a triangle to make a shawl so I worked up 2 rows of flowers and sat and looked at it trying to figure it out.

I tried a few things but nothing was working and I thought I was crazy because when I made the scarf version I had to rip it out multiple times because I kept mistakenly increasing on both sides of my work. How was it that I could do it mistakenly but I couldn’t seem to do it when I was intentionally trying?

I looked at my test rows for 2 days and nothing until last week I made a test sample and found something that worked. I would love to see many of these shawls made, please share your pictures with me on my Facebook WALL.

If you are looking for the square version of the flower lattice it can be found HERE.

Crochet Flower Lattice Shawl - Dearest Debi Patterns

UPDATE: This pattern has been translated to German and can be found HERE.

Crochet Flower Lattice Shawl Pattern Notes..


Crochet Pattern Difficulty Rating - Competent

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Yarn: Ice Yarns Magic Baby (1 ball = 100g/360m ±5%) For the crochet flower lattice shawl in the images I used magic baby’s white-pink-orange-multicolor-lilac-blue-shades. (You could also use Baby Luv yarn with a US G6/4.00mm hook)

Hook: US E4/3.50mm

Size: This crochet flower lattice shawl can be made in many different sizes from child to adult. 1 ball of magic baby will work up a shawl of 19 complete rows of flowers and the side row. Instructions are for adult sizing and will require 2 balls of magic baby.

Special Stitches:

~Each row is worked from the left to right and back right to left.

~Each flower has 4 petals, to make it easier to reference I’ve numbered them and the numbers will be used within the pattern, the star on the 3rd petal marks the left joining corner.

Crochet Flower Lattice Shawl - Petals - Dearest Debi Patterns

Gauge: 1 complete flower = 1.5″ square

Notes: To help you work up this crochet flower lattice shawl I’ve included a video tutorial of the first 4 rows of work and the finishing row.

Sl St into the last dc you just worked (as shown below)

Crochet Flower Lattice Shawl Special Stitches Help - Dearest Debi Patterns

Sl St into last dc worked.

**Each row will have a half flower which only has the 2nd & 3rd petal, the other 2 petals will be finished on the last row of work.**

Crochet Flower Lattice Shawl - Dearest Debi Patterns

Crochet Flower Lattice Shawl Pattern..

Flower Lattice Shawl

Create DateNovember 29, 2013
Last UpdatedFebruary 2, 2015
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~Happy Hooking~

Crochet Flower Lattice Shawl - Dearest Debi Patterns


  1. Grace Gaige says

    Could u please make a video of how to do the shawl. I am having trouble with the directions. Yes I did watch your video of how the flower is done.

  2. says

    waves hand across space between us…”this is the crochet pattern I’ve been looking for” the swinging pendulum ..”You will visit my website and submit this pattern for publication..then you will awake feeling refreshed and satisfied and happy.”

    I’ve never hypnotized anyone but I’m confident this will work :)

  3. says

    This is beautiful, but how can I get a copy of the pattern? I have tried everything I know, but the site won’t let me do ANYTHING! I did a print preview thinking I would just print it out, but it will 11 pages! Please let me know how to utilize your site. I would really love to make this for our prayer shawl ministry. Thank you

  4. Carrie says

    If I am using light (3) yarn what is your suggested hook size? I tried to find out the yarn type for the Baby Luv to no avail. ^.^

  5. Bridget Coddington says

    Hi there Debi

    Thanks for giving us the video of the flower stisch
    I would like to make the square version of the shawl but the link just keeps me in a loop and am only finding the triangular shawl pattern
    Please could you help
    Keep stitching. B

  6. Franca says

    I tried to print this and only half showed up so is there a way to have the whole document print? I tried putting in a word processor so I would have to write the entire pattern down put it will not let me. I watched the video but I need to look at written ones also

  7. Carol says

    I’ve just found you – again – through link from a German Crochet blog! I would LOVE to follow you via email….do you send out email newsletters or updates?
    I thought I had subscribed a long time ago – but have not seen your site in a very long time.
    You work is so beautiful! As a ‘hooker’ who is constantly working to increase my own abilities, I’d just LOVE to get regular updates from you…
    Thank you for sharing your awesome work so generously with the rest of the crochet world!

    • says

      Glad you found me again! ^_^

      Right now I have a subscribe button at the top of my blog look for the orange RSS button, sign up for email notifications to get notified when I post to my blog, so you can come to see what I’m up to. or there are other social media options to follow. :)

  8. Brenda Kosarew says

    It’s a gorgeous pattern and I plan to start making one for an ill friend this weekend. I was able to download the text for it but not the instructional photos…I tried to copy just the photos but that didn’t work. I will be doing most of this commuting and on lunch breaks so I won’t have access to a computer to watch videos. Can you help?

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