Blackberry pudding shawl crochet pattern

Use  one of those magical gradient yarn cakes to make a soft and warm shawl, perfect for the looming autumn.

The blackberry pudding shawl is as soft and comfortable as it sounds. 

It is a shawl worked from one point (the dark wine color in the sample) and features beautiful puff stitches that flow into each other. These stitches create a textured fabric that feels soft to the touch.

The overall shaping is done row by row, with increases and decreases. The finished shape is triangle with rounded edges

Pink to white gradient shawl draped over a wood grate

This shawl is really easy to wear, as the rounded edges make it drape beautifully. 

You can make it as small or as large as you want, as you will be able to continue with the pattern repeat on your own after getting used to the instructions.

You get a chart and full written instructions in the pdf file.

Pink to white gradient shawl draped over a wood grate

Download the pattern from the button on the left or go to Ravelry to add it to your library (and queue, why not?).

Don’t forget to link your project to the pattern page on Ravelry and tag me @yarnadndy or use the #Blackberrypuddingshawl on Instagram, so I can see and share what you made.

Please keep in mind that this pattern is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. You can read more about the terms on the dedicated page.


If you like using gradient yarns, try out one of my other free patterns that would be perfect for using with gradient yarn:

I hope you enjoy this pattern.



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