Interwebs Shawl

The Interwebs Shawl is a wide triangle crochet shawl with fringes. The pattern works up real quick with a chunky yarn and is very easy to remember.

I have used a gorgeous and amazingly soft yarn made out of merino wool for my shawl. It will be the perfect accessory for cold winter days.

The yarn used in this post was sponsored by We are knitters. Read more about that here


Yarn: 3 balls of The Meriwool (100% Merino Wool) from We Are Knitters . I have used the color Aquamarine.

Hook: 5,0 mm

Other: Scissors and a needle.



The shawl measures around 175 cm wide and 53 cm high with the fringes. The size is easily adjusted by adding a few more rows.


st – stitch
ch – chain
sp – space

dc – double crochet
dtr – double treble crochet

** – repeat instructions between stars the amount of times specified

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(Diagram below)

– Turn your work after each row.

Start by making 9 ch.

Row 1:   Make 1 dc in the 9th ch from the hook (i.e. the first ch of the starting 9 ch), ch 3, dtr in the same ch as the dc was made.


9 starting chains and row 1
Row 2:  ch 8, dc in the dtr from previous round (the one the ch 8 started from), ch 2, (dc, ch 1, dc) in the next dc, ch 2, dc in the 6th ch of the first 9, ch 3, dtr in the same st as the previous dc was made.

Row 3-39: ch 8, dc in the dtr below (the one the ch 8 started from), ch 2, (dc, ch 1, dc) in the next dc,
*ch 2, dc in the next ch-1 sp (the ch-1 space between 2 dc), ch 2, (dc, ch 1, dc) in the next dc,* repeat *-* until the last dc of previous row.
ch 2, dc in the 5th ch of the first 8 ch from previous row, ch 3, dtr in same st as the previous dc was made.

Row 2 and row 3

Fasten off and weave in ends.



Now let’s make fringes along the edge of the shawl!

If you need a thorough description on how to make fringes in an easy way “We are knitters” has a great blog post about it. You can find it here.

The fringes on the shawl are around 7 cm long. So start by cutting lots of 18 cm long threads. Use two threads for each fringe.



Make fringes by tying the threads evenly along the edge of the shawl. See image above on where to attach the fringes.






I put a lot of work into my patterns so if you use them and share images on social media I would be very happy if you share a link to my blog or tag your image with #interwebsshawl or #intheyarngarden . That makes it easier for me to see your creations which I’d love to see 🙂


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Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited without permission from In the Yarn Garden. You are though very welcome to link to this site. You can sell items made from this pattern, please credit In the Yarn Garden as designer. You can not use my patterns or pictures for any kind of advertising.


Happy crocheting!



One Comment

  1. Joanne Purich

    Thank you so much for this beautiful, elegant shawl! The colour, the yarn and the design work so beautifully together. It is just what I needed to lift my spirits and keep cosy warm!! I’m off to buy the same yarn, as I am in love with the squishy softness of it thanks to your excellent photographs. Thanks again and all the best in 2020!


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