Nova Hooded Triangle Shawl

This project made me, almost, looking forward to fall and cooler winter days, though I really really don’t like the cold. I don’t like the cold, but I just looove “cold weather” makes. Weird, ha :))?

This hooded tringle warm and cozy shawl is perfect for fall, rainy days and chilly evenings, but irreplaceable during those snowy, winter days to toss over your shoulders while sitting in your favorite crochet chair or on your way out.

You can purchase the Nova Triangle Shawl PDF pattern in my Etsy or Ravelry Stores below.

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ABOUT THE TRIANGLE SHAWL CROCHET PATTERN

Triangle shawls are very cozy and comfortable to wear. I love making them but I never get to keep one of those, since they are “taken’ even before I manage to finish them,

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SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate. The texture of the shawl is achieved mainly through front and back post stitches.

CONSTRUCTION AND FINISHED SIZE

Triangle Shawl without the hood

The shawl is worked in one piece and without any seaming, unless you opt for a hooded version (in which case the hood is seamed on top of the shawl).

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Nova shawl is worked top down in rows (meaning from the widest part to the tip), increasing at the beginning, middle (tip) and end of each row, to create a symmetrical, triangle shape.

YARN: You will need #4Medium Worsted Weight (Aran) yarn in 2 colors. I used Sirdar Hayfield Bonus Aran Tweed (74% Acrylic, 20% Wool, 6% Viscose; 840 m | 920 yds; 14 oz / 400g) per skein. The color is 929 Glencoe and I used just about 1 skein or 840 m (920 yds)as a main color, and Sirdar Hayfield Bonus Aran With Wool (80% Acrylic, 20% Wool; 840 m | 920 yds; 14 oz / 400g) per skei. For a second color 872 Barley. I used also the whole skein because I made the Hood with it.

HOOK: 6mm [US J/10]

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If you like triangle crochet shawls, check out also MY LEANDRA triangle crochet Shawl pattern HERE.

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The Nova Hooded Triangle Shawl is available as an ad free PDF on Ravelry and Etsy.

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Besides the Pattern Instructions for the Shawl, the PDF contains separate Instructions on how to make and adjust the Hood which you can use for any project you wish to add a hood to. You will also find, as usually, a few ideas for similar yarns if you don’t want or can’t use this one, useful photos where you might need extra explanation, and a place for your Project Notes.

I make every effort to publish the patterns as accurately as possible. Even though these patterns have been tested, there’s always a possibility for small errors to slip by. Please be assured that if any errors are found the pattern will be updated and you will automatically receive an email informing you of the update if purchased through Ravelry.

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This pattern is for personal use only and cannot be changed, sold, distributed, or reproduced in any way. It is not to be used for educational purpose without written permission from Frankie Kate. You cannot sell or change the pattern but you are more than welcome to sell any of the items made from my patterns but PLEASE would you tag #FrankieKate or @frankie.kate_ when sharing your creations on Instagram or Facebook? So I can share them and celebrate with you!

4 Comments

  1. Hi I’m new to blog hops and signed up for this blog hop solely for this epic pattern. I tried three times yesterday to download this pattern via ravelry! The code simply would not work for me!! In looking at todays pattern I now know what I was doing wrong!! I wasn’t catching autowrong from changing the code to two separate words! I was also told reach out to the designer and see if they can help! So I’m reaching out to you for additional assistance. Thanks Bella

  2. Hi. I just bought this pattern! It is beautiful. I’m wondering if you have any suggestions as to what type of yarn besides acrylic would work best with this pattern. I was thinking either bamboo, cotton, polyester or even viscose. I have a slight touch of asthma and acrylic really irritates it. Looking for suggestions. I can’t wait to make this!

    • Hi Fran, I’m so happy you like the pattern! Thank you! I think bamboo-cotton would be good if you can find it in worsted weight, just make sure it’s soft enough. Or maybe try finding some soft cotton blend yarn, maybe something similar to Comfy Worsted by KnitPicks for example? For rayon, I know it could be challenging to clean and polyester is great when blended with other fibers. I hope this helps. I can’t wait to see your version 🙂

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