It’s the most wonderful time of year: when we give away free crochet patterns every week leading up to the holiday gift-giving season. We’re featuring a new free pattern every Tuesday for 12 weeks. This week’s free crochet pattern is the Triana Shawl.
To help you with your holiday gift list, we offer our favorite annual tradition: the 12 Weeks of Gifting, where we release a brand new free pattern every Tuesday for 12 weeks, counting down the days to mid-December. We are featuring all sorts of projects—from cozy shawls
to cushy scarves and pretty hats—a little something for everyone on your list!
Triana Shawl – Free Crochet Pattern
Download the free crochet pattern: Triana Shawl
Yarn needed: Chroma Fingering, 2 hanks in one colorway (we used Red Velvet)
This light and lacy shawl was inspired by the bright and beautiful sights found in the neighborhood of Triana in Seville, Spain. Lacy stitches represent the arches on the famous Triana bridge.
The shawl is worked back and forth in rows with increases made along just one side of the shawl to create diagonal stripes across the entire shawl and a slightly asymmetric shape. The pattern features sections of lace stitches and more solid sections of crossed stitches.
Stay Tuned for More 12 Weeks of Gifting Patterns to Come
We can’t wait to reveal the rest of this year’s 12 Weeks of Gifting Patterns, so check back next Tuesday to find out what the next pattern will be.
In the meantime, check out last year’s 12 Weeks of Gifting Patterns to inspire you as you craft up your holiday gifts (or maybe just make something for yourself!)