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Looking for an easy lace crescent shawl crochet pattern? Rebecca is a super simple lacy crescent shawl pattern that grows quickly. Read on to find out more about the design and how you can make your own Rebecca.
Lace Crescent Shawl inspiration
Crescent shawls come in all shapes and sizes and the Rebecca lace crescent shawl crochet pattern is no different. Starting from the smallest point and increasing heavily on one side, this easy lace crescent shawl works up quickly and is a great option for beginners to practise this shape without too much counting.
Confession. I am a yarnaholic and a shopaholic. Rebecca is my fun take on Isla Fisher as Rebecca from Confessions of a Shopaholic and the scarf she did not need but HAD to have. I originally made my sample accidentally playing with yarn and decided to tweak the pattern with a new colour.
Then of course I did not have the yarn I needed at home to make this and impulse purchased more just to have the perfect colour, and I still think I could make another and make it better. Lol.
Rebecca crochet shawl pattern yarn & materials
To make my original Rebecca I used 2 x Hobbii Twister Solid in Dark Denim. Twister Solid is 55% Cotton, 45% Acrylic yarn. It comes in 100g cakes in 50+ colours. To find out more about Twister Solid, check out the blog post here.
To make my second Rebecca I used an 800m 4ply custom cake from Crochet UK. Shorter than my usual 1000m designs, I wanted something that for me was definitely closer to scarf length, however the easy repeating pattern makes this easier to extend for a full size lace crochet crescent shawl. To find out more about the cakes available from Crochet UK check out the review post here. If gradient cakes are new to you, check out my top tips here for success when working with them, including what to do when it goes wrong!
Lace crescent shawl crochet pattern info & tips
Rebecca is an easy beginner crochet shawl pattern. Worked from the smallest point, this lace crochet crescent shawl pattern increases on one side and is worked almost entirely in chain spaces making it a great beginner crochet project that requires minimal counting.
Using a simple lace shell stitch, this easy crochet shawl pattern sweeps around as it grows creating the crescent feature shape.
Skill: beginner easy
Terms: US crochet terms
Type: written pattern and chart included in the book
Yarn: 2 – 3 Twister Solid, or 800 – 1200m of any 2 or fingering weight yarn
Hook: 4mm or whatever is required to achieve gauge
Other materials: stitch markers, darning needle, scissors
- Double crochet
- Double crochet two together
- Slip stitch
Get the Rebecca Pattern
Rebecca is exclusively available in It’s a Wrap. Featuring 20 Modern Crochet Shawl and Wrap patterns, you can find out all the details about the book, including the designs included in the blog post here.
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I hope you enjoyed the post and look forward to seeing your Rebecca’s!
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Bye for now,