Crochet Prayer Shawl Pattern

Crochet Prayer Shawl
Crochet Prayer Shawl
Crochet Prayer Shawl

Crochet Prayer Shawl

Initially, the instructions for this Crochet Prayer Shawl are daunting. For me, I had about 5 false starts on this project. For me, I had to clear my mind and grab my pencil to draw what is happening in the 1st row. From then on, I was finally able to put trust in the pattern and hook it up.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Prayer Shawl

In the tutorial, I show you the little diagram I made and explain how this shawl works. Once you get it, you will think “AH HA!!! I’ve got this!”

This shawl starts at the top and works down to the point. So each row, you get less and less and you speed up to the end of the project.

I break down the mystery in the tutorial and you will have a success story. Enjoy


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  1. Shirley payne

    Baby booties – no blue button…

    • I’m not sure where you are looking this blog is for the prayer shawl

  2. Robin

    Hi, Mikey!

    This pattern is reached (I think, incorrectly?) from a YouTube video for a Comfort Shawl/Prayer Shawl that has a lovely scallop edging. It appears there may be patterns with the same name, but are not the same garment? Thanks for your videos & patterns!

  3. Amie

    I don’t see a blue button on this page

  4. Sharon H Gregg

    I thought you said this shawl was started at the bottom and worked up. The printed instructions say it is worked from the top down? Would you please clarify for me? Also, in your demo you are not placing the stitches in the back loop
    Are they supposed to be? Thank you very much for your kind assistance.

    • Mikey

      I read that too but it doesn’t seem possible.

  5. Deb

    Thanks for the tutorial!! How many balls of Caron cakes did you use?

  6. Cathy kershaw


    I’m learning to crochet. I’ve been watching your video and have some questions:

    1. Why did you do the first row with each stitch placed in the back of the chain?
    2. When you do the cluster, do you enter the first part into a chain or into the big ‘hole space’ below the chain stitch.
    3. Why did you turn the work at the end of each row?

    I’m eager to try this shawl!

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