V stitch shawl crochet pattern


  This shawl is worked from bottom to top however it is worn sideways, the v stitch is very simple and repetitive and makes the shawl look pretty

PDF Pattern


3 balls of medium 4 yarn

6 mm crochet hook 



Video link How to crochet a V stitch shawl


Ch: chain 

St: stitch 

Sl st: slip stitch

 Dc: double crochet 

V stitch: dc, ch1, dc all in any previous v st. 

Sp: space

 Ch1 sp: is the space inside the v stitch

 Written Pattern 


 Row 1: 2dc in the 4th ch from the hook, ch1, dc in the same ch. 

Row2: ch2, v st in the previous V st (the one made of the initial ch and the 1st dc), 2 v st in the last v stitch or ch1 space. 

Row 3: ch2, double v stitch in the ch1 sp or previous v stitch, 1 v st in every previous v st or ch 1 sp till the end of the row. 

Row 4: ch2, 1 v stitch in every previous v st, double v stitch in the previous last v st. 

Alternate between row 3 and 4 until the end of your work. Whenever you finish a row with a double v st, the next row will also be a double v st and whenever you finish a row with 1 v st, the beginning of the next row will also be 1 v st. Check the video for more clarity if needed.



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