Crochet 2 Cake Shawl
This simple Caron 2 Cake Shawl is a variation of the Nightberry Shawl that I crocheted last month. My friend Megan McHugh really enjoyed the stitch pattern of the Nightberry, but preferred a rectangular-shaped stole design. Megan reworked the pattern and crocheted hers using 3 balls of Bernat Pop yarn. I like crocheting with Caron Cakes and was able to make mine with only 2 Cakes. Either way, the long color repeat creates a really pretty shawl.
The rectangular shape drapes nicely around the shoulders, but also can be worn around the neck for a thick scarf for the winter. This cake shawl would also be perfect for your charity giving to comfort a loved one or as a prayer shawl.
Finished size is 22″ x 64″
2 Cake Shawl
Design collaboration of Megan McHugh and Jeanne Steinhilber
- Caron Cake – 2 Balls – Cake Pop
- Crochet Hook 6.0mm Size J
Ch 3 at beg of each row counts as a dc.
Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook and each ch across. Turn. – 170 dc
Row 2: Ch 3, sk next st *(dc, ch 2, dc) in next st, sk 2 st; rep * until 3 st remain, (dc, ch 2, dc) in next st, sk 1, dc in last st. Turn. – 114 dc, 56 ch-2 sp
Row 3: Ch 3, 3 dc in each ch-2 sp across, dc in last st. Turn. – 170 dc
Row 4: Ch 3, dc in each st across. Turn. – 170 dc
Row 5 thru 34: Rep rows 2 – 4. Turn.
Edging – Sc in each st across, 2 sc in end of row, turn work to crochet into the side edge, working 2 sc into the end of each row, rep around and sl st to beg sc. Finish off.
Comments on “Crochet 2 Cake Shawl Pattern”
An you make this pattern into a granny strip pray shawl
The link to the pattern doesn’t work 🙁
There wasn’t a download for this pattern but I have created one for you and also included a bit blue button for you to see it easier. Sorry, not all of our patterns have downloadables. This article now has one thanks to your feedback. – Michael
I want to make a deep v shawl I am a beginner can you direct me to a totorial ?
I’m not sure what that is. A Deep V Shawl. Do you have a link?
Can you make this pattern as a granny strip pray shawl
You probably could.
I liked the article but it would be nice if there was a link to download the pattern as a PDF file.
I enjoyed stitching the Nightberry Shawl so much but like your friend I used Bernat Pop and it took about two and a half cakes because I altered the pattern slightly to make it more “plus-size”. It was the first thing I’ve ever made for myself and I am really enjoying the warmth it provides.
Love the stole & just happen to have two lonesome cakes that need a project.
I also have 3 Caron Cakes without a project. This is going to be it. I have Pumpkin Spice and it will be perfect. I’m finally making something for myself!!!
What is the stitch count if I want to change the width? Is it 3’s or 3 plus something?
Multiple of 3 + 2 (1 dc on each end).
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