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Wishing Well Shawl – Free Crochet Pattern

Who is ready for some spring makes? I have been itching to start using lighter weight yarns and create pieces that can carry me through spring into summer and beyond. The Wishing Well Shawl is perfect for that.

For this shawl I used Squid Sock from KTandthesquid’s Aviva Collection. My color choices were Chloe (main color), Danica, Slate, and Dawn. Don’t they remind you of a sunny spring sky? When choosing your yarn for this project, you will need 340 yards of your main color, and approximately 75 yards each of the three contrasting colors.

This shawl is made up of easy crochet stitches that combine to create a light and airy piece perfect for layering year round. 

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This shawl has a crescent shape, meaning it is quite long, and the ends are more narrow than the center. The shawl is worked from the top down. The only stitches you will use are beginner friendly stitches. So gather up your supplies – and let’s get to crocheting! Keep scrolling for the free pattern.

Just a reminder – you are of course welcome to sell finished items created with this pattern.  I only ask that you credit Hooked Hazel with the original design.  Do not use my photos to sell finished products.  Do not copy, alter, or distribute this pattern.

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TOOLS NEEDED:

Hooks 4.5 mm (US G+) crochet hook

Other Yarn Needle, Blocking Mats, Blocking Pins

Yarn KT and the Squid sock yarn
MC: 340 yards
CC 1: 40 yards
CC 2: 55 yards
CC 3: 75 yards

st   stitch

ch   chain

sc   single crochet

fsc  foundation single crochet

esc  extended single crochet

blo   back loops only

sk   skip

sp   space

Notes   Color changes are noted in between sections.

  For the sample, the colors used are as follows:

  Main color: Chloe

  Contrasting color 1: Dawn

  Contrasting color 2: Slate

  Contrasting color 3: Danica

  Ch 2/ch 3 does not count as a stitch.

In main color:
Row​ 1: Fsc 18, ch 2, turn. (18 sc)
Row 2: 3sc in first st, sc blo in each st until 1 remains, 3sc in last st, ch 2, turn. (22 sc)
Row 3: Repeat row 2. (26 sc)
Row 4: Repeat row 2. (30 sc)
Row 5: Repeat row 2. (34 sc)
Row 6: Repeat row 2. (38 sc)
Row 7: 3sc in first st, sc blo 4, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 6, rep from * to * until 5 sts remain, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 3, 3sc in last st, ch 2, turn. (47 sc)
Row 8: Repeat row 2. (51 sc)
Row 9: Repeat row 2. (55 sc)
Row 10: Repeat row 2. (59 sc)
Row 11: Repeat row 2. (63 sc)
Row 12: Repeat row 2. (67 sc)
Row 13: Repeat row 2. (71 sc)
Row 14: 3sc in first st, sc blo 3, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 6, rep from * to * until 4 sts remain, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 2, 3sc in last st, ch 2, turn. (85 sc)

Row 15: Repeat row 2. (89 sc)
Row 16: Repeat row 2. (93 sc)
Row 17: Repeat row 2. (97 sc)
Row 18: Repeat row 2. (101 sc)
Row 19: Repeat row 2. (105 sc)
Row 20: Repeat row 2. (109 sc)
Row​ 21: 3sc in first st, sc blo 4, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 6, rep from * to * until 6 sts remain, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 4, 3sc in last st, ch 2, turn. (128 sc)
Row 22: Repeat row 2. (132 sc)
Row 23: Repeat row 2. (136 sc)

Switch to contrasting color 1.

Row 24: 3sc in first st, sc blo in each st until 1 remains, 3sc in last st, ch 3, turn. (140 sc)
Row 25: 3esc in first st, ch 1, sk 1, esc 1 , repeat from * to * until 1 st remains, 3esc in last st, ch 3, turn . (75 esc)
Row 26: 3esc in first st, ch 1, sk 1, esc 1 rep from * to * until 1 st remain, 3esc in final st. (77 esc)
Row 27: 3sc in first st, sc in each st and ch sp until 1 st remains, 3sc in last st. (152 sc)

Switch to main color.

Row 28: 3sc in first st, sc blo 4, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 6, rep from * to * until 7 sts remain, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 5, 3sc in last st, ch 2, turn. (177 sc)
Row 29: Repeat row 24. (181 sc)
Row 30: Repeat row 25. (95 esc)
Row 31: Repeat row 26. (97 esc)
Row 32: Repeat row 27. (192 sc)
Row 33: 3sc in first st, sc blo 4, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 6, rep from * to * until 5 sts remain, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 3, 3sc in last st, ch 2, turn. (223 sc)
Row 34: Repeat row 2. (227 sc)
Row​ 35: Repeat row 2. (231 sc)

Switch to contrasting color 2.

Row 36: Repeat row 24. (235 sc)
Row 37: Repeat row 25. (122 esc)
Row 38: Repeat row 26. (124 esc)
Row 39: Repeat row 27. (247 sc)

Switch to main color.

Row 40: 3sc in first st, sc blo 3, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 6, rep from * to * until 5 sts remain, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 3, 3sc in last st, ch 2, turn. (286 sc)
Row 41: Repeat row 24. (290 sc)
Row 42: Repeat row 25. (150 esc)
Row 43: Repeat row 26. (152 esc)
Row 44: Repeat row 27. (302 sc)
Row 45: Repeat row 2. (306 sc)
Row 46: 3sc in first st, sc blo 3, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 6, rep from * to * until 4 sts remain, 2sc blo in next st, sc blo 2, 3sc in last st, ch 2, turn. (353 sc)
Row 47: Rep row 2. (357 sc)
Row 48: Rep row 2. (361 sc)
Row 49: Rep row 2. (365 sc)

Switch to contrasting color 3.

Row 50: Repeat row 24. (369 sc)
Row 51: Repeat row 25. (189 esc)
Row 52: Repeat row 26. (191 esc)
Row 53: Repeat row 27. (381 sc)

Switch to main color.

Row 54: Repeat row 2. (385 sc)
Row 55: Repeat row 2. (389 sc)
Row 56: Sc in each st. (389 sc)

Bind off and weave in ends. Block as desired – When blocking, you may choose to pin the top edge straight, or embrace the natural curve. A more aggressive blocking will result in a larger and airier shawlette (15” deep), while a gentle blocking will result in a denser fabric.

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