The Summer Sunset Shawl is an easy, rectangular crochet shawl pattern with the cutest pompom edging!
This free pattern is written for one size and uses a lightweight #2/sport yarn with a gorgeous gradient. A solid colour would look great too.
The shawl body has a simple two row repeat, so once you have worked the first couple of rows, it’s easy peasy after that 🙂
The orange and purple hues reminded me of only one thing – a summer sunset, making this pretty easy to find a name for this pattern!
Crochet Wrap Sizing
This crochet shawl pattern is written for one size, and measures approx. 17.5″ x 60″ / 152cm x 45cm.
Use a #1/Fingering or #2/Sport weight yarn in a cotton or cotton blend for a great drape and a breathable fabric – perfect for summer evenings!
For my wrap, I used one skein of Rico Creative Cotton Dégradé in Pink-Orange – a blend of 50% cotton and 50% acrylic.
Crochet Shawl Construction
This wrap is worked from side to side. You first work a pompom row, followed by the shawl body, followed by the second pompom row.
The shawl body features a simple two row repeat, so once you have worked the first few rows, you can stop counting your stitches 🙂
And if you use a yarn cake (as I did), you can simply keep going until you are nearly at the end of your yarn!
Note: the pattern PDF includes a handy stitch diagram of the pompom row and stitch pattern.
Summer Sunset Shawl
Free Crochet Wrap Pattern
Abbreviations (US Terms)
- ch = chain
- st = stitch
- sp = space
- sl st = slip stitch
- sc = single crochet
- dc = double crochet
- fdc = foundation double crochet (see Special Stitches)
- tr = treble crochet
- bbl = Bobble Stitch (see Special Stitches)
- pompom = Pompom Stitch (see Special Stitches)
- rem = remaining
- beg = beginning
- patt = pattern
- This shawl is worked from side to side in one piece.
- First, you will work the foundation row and then rotate this to work the first border row (i.e. pompom row) into the “chain” side of your foundation row.
- At the end of the border row, rotate your work again, to begin row 1 of the shawl body in the beg ch-3 of the foundation row.
Print-friendly PDF (available at a low cost)
The print-friendly PDF version of this pattern also includes the following:
- Stitch Diagram for the first pompom row and the two row pattern repeat.
- Step by Step Pictures for creating the pompom.
General Pattern Notes
- Ch 3 at the start of a double crochet row counts as one stitch.
- Ch 4 at the start of a treble crochet row counts as one stitch.
- Stitch counts are given in [ ] at the end of each row.
Foundation Double Crochet (fdc)
Please see this photo and video tutorial on how to work the Foundation Double Crochet (fdc) stitch.
Bobble Stitch (bbl)
Step 1: Yarn over, insert hook into indicated st, yarn over and pull up a loop. Yarn over and pull through 2 loops. [2 loops on hook]
Step 2: Working into the same st, repeat Step 1 four more times. [6 loops on hook]
Step 3: Yarn over and pull through all 6 loops.
Step 4: Ch 1. When instructed to work into the “top” of the bobble stitch, work into this ch-1.
Pompom Stitch (pompom)
Step 1: After chaining required number, bbl in third ch from hook.
Step 2: Ch 2, bbl in top of first bbl.
Step 3: Fold second bbl down on top of first bbl, sl st into starting ch of first bbl.
Length: 60” / 152cm
Width: 17.5” /45cm
18 sts x 7 rows = 4″ x 4″ / 10 cm x 10 cm measured over patt (blocked).
Hook: 4mm (G-6) crochet hook (or hook required to meet gauge).
Yarn: #2/Sport weight yarn. This pattern uses 1 skein of Rico Creative Cotton Dégradé in Pink-Orange (875yds/800m per 200g skein; Weight: #2/Sport; 50% Cotton, 50% Acrylic).
- Yarn needle
ROW 1: 83 fdc, do not turn. 
Rotate your work so that you are working into the side of the fdc just made. Sl st 2 times into side of fdc, sl st into bottom “chain” of same fdc.
BORDER ROW 1: Ch 4, 1 pompom, ch 2, sk 2 sts, sl st in next st; *ch 5, 1 pompom, ch 2, sk 2 sts, sl st in next st; repeat from * until 1 st and beg ch-3 rem, ch 5, 1 pompom, ch 1, sk 1 st, sl st to beg ch-3. [28 pompoms]
Sl st in rem 2 sts of beg ch-3. Continue working in top of fdc row.
ROW 2: Ch 4 (counts as one tr, here and throughout), *sk 2 sts, tr in next st, ch 1, crossing in front of previous tr, tr in first skipped st; repeat from * until 1 st rem, tr in last st, turn [27 x-sts]
ROW 3: Ch 3 (counts as one dc, here and throughout), sk 1 st, 3 dc in next ch-1 sp, *sk 2 sts, 3 dc in next ch-1 sp; repeat from * until 1 st and tch-4 rem, sk next st, dc in top of tch-4, turn. 
ROW 4: Ch 4, *sk 2 sts, tr in next st, ch 1, crossing in front of previous tr, tr in first skipped st; repeat from * until tch-3 rem, tr in top of tch-3, turn. [27 x-sts]
ROWS 5 – 108: Repeat ROWS 3-4 fifty-two more times.
ROW 109: Ch 3, *dc in next st, dc in next ch-1 sp, dc in next st; repeat from * until tch-4 rem, dc in top of tch-4, turn.
BORDER ROW 2: Repeat BORDER ROW 1.
Cut yarn and fasten off.
Block shawl to measurements. Weave in ends.
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