Crochet Tranquility Trinity Shawl
I’d like to introduce today the Tranquility Trinity Shawl using the new yarn, Caron Latte Cakes. The design is 3 large triangles joined together to create a large, flowing shawl. This crocheted project is fast and easy as I have used the Modern Granny stitch for these triangles.
The yarn is very soft and crochets very nice. It also frogs very nicely, trust me, as when I was getting started, I ripped it out many times. But this pattern would be nice in any yarn too. Just match your hook size to your yarn and you’ll be good to go.
I called this the Tranquility Trinity Shawl because as I crocheted this, I was coming out of a dark place mentally. I spent a lot of hours thinking, praying and trying to uplift myself to look ahead to the future. I believe the power of the Trinity can certainly be found in this shawl. Add this one to your prayer shawl gifting list as it brought me lots of comforts just to crochet it.
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Caron Latte Cakes
2 Balls Velvet Teal
6 mm / J Hook
Sizing 90″ x 20″
Beg = Begin(ning)
Ch = Chain
Jayg = Join As You Go
Rep = Repeat
Sl St = Slip Stitch
Sc = Single Crochet
Sc2tog = Single Crochet 2 Together
Sp = Space
Dc = Double Crochet
Rnd = Round
RS = Right Side
Tr = Treble Crochet
This lovely shawl is made with 3 triangles using the join as you go method. Make the first triangle complete, then the next 2 with be joined on row 32.
Row 1: (rs) Ch 5, in 1st ch, 3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc, tr. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 1, sc in between tr and dc, ch 3, sk 3 dc, (sc, ch 3, sc) in ch-1 sp, ch 3, sk 3 dc, sc in between 3rd dc and beg ch4. Turn.
Row 3: Ch 4 (counts as a tr here and throughout), 3 dc in same sc, 3 dc in each ch-3 sp to corner, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in ch-3 corner, 3 dc in each ch-3 sp to end, (3 dc, tr) in last sc. Turn.
Row 4: Ch 1, sc in between tr and dc, *ch 3, sk 3 dc, sc in gap after 3rd dc; rep from * to corner, (sc, ch 3, sc) in ch-1 corner, rep from * again to end with last sc being right before last tr. Turn.
Rows 5 – 32: Rep rows 3 and 4. Fasten off.
Complete through row 31.
Lay first triangle rs down and point towards you (see photo) to the left of the second triangle.
Row 32: Ch 1, sc in between tr and dc, *ch 3, sk 3 dc, sc in gap after 3rd dc; rep from * to corner, (begin jayg). In ch-1 corner, sc, ch 1, then into the 1st sc on the other triangle, sl st, ch 1, sc back into the 2nd triangle ch-1 sp; *ch 1, sl st into ch-3 sp on 1st triangle, ch 1, sk 3 dc of 2nd triangle, sc in gap after 3rd dc; rep from * to end, sc2tog, using last gap from each triangle. Fasten off.
Complete through row 31.
Lay previous section rs down and to the right of your current triangle.
Row 32: Ch 1, sc2tog in the first corner of the 3rd triangle and the 1st triangle, *ch 1, sl st in ch-3 sp of the 1st triangle, ch 1, sc in gap after 3 dc of 3rd triangle; rep from * to corner, ch 3, sc in corner, complete the final side of the triangle as previously done. Do not break yarn. Turn.
Rnd 1: Sl st into next ch-3 sp, ch 3, 2 dc in same sp, *3 dc in each ch-3 sp to corner, 3 dc in corner, 4 dc around post of each tr end stitch to next corner, 3 dc in corner; rep from * once, 3 dc in final corner, join with sl st to beg ch-3. Fasten off.
Designs by Jeanne
Comments on “Crochet Tranquility Trinity Shawl Pattern”
I saw Caron latte yarn @ Michael’s over the weekend so soft.
Just found this post . Now I have a new project!
In your “abbreviations” there is No SK.
What is the meaning of that.
If skip. Then it makes no sense, especially in row 2.
Sorry, yes, sk means skip.
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