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Boysenberry Triangle Shawl Pattern

Get ready to crochet the Boysenberry Triangle Shawl!  The ribbing in the pattern gives the shawl a really nice squish with an amazing drape.  This shawl would make for a great gift but once you finish it you’re not going to want to give it up!

boysenberry triangle shawl pattern

Today I have a fun new pattern to share with you, the crochet Boysenberry Triangle Shawl.  I’ve also made a pair of mittens to match so make sure that you’re subscribed to my blog updates so you don’t miss out!  The Boysenberry Mittens will be released next week.  Update: you can find the mittens pattern here!

I’m so excited to share this pattern with you, not only because its a super fun project but because it’s really affordable too.  I am a huge fan of making fun crochet things but on a budget, so that’s why for this project I turned to Red Heart.  Red Heart has so many fun and trendy colors and their yarns never break the budget.

boysenberry triangle shawl pattern

For this shawl I wanted to make something that felt luxurious but wouldn’t cost a ton, so I choose Red Heart With Love Yarn.  Its a really great choice when you want a yarn thats inexpensive but super soft AND squishy.  The squish factor is real with this yarn and resulted in an amazing shawl.

And this wasn’t sponsored by Red Heart or anything, I just really love this yarn!  (But Red Heart – I’m here if you’re listening!!)

boysenberry triangle shawl pattern

I hope you enjoy this pattern and tutorial!  If you do, be sure to snap a picture of your shawl and tag me on Instagram @justbecraftyblog and use the hashtag #justbecrafty for a chance to be featured on my page!


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Finished Measurements & Sizing

  • One size


  • 4 inches = approximately 12 st by 7 rows in dc ribbing


Key (in US terms)

  • ch – chain
  • ch sp – chain space
  • dc – double crochet
  • dcbl – double crochet in back loop only
  • prev – previous
  • st – stitch

Video Support

  • I made video tutorials that will walk you through this entire project!  See links below!

boysenberry triangle shawl pattern

Boysenberry Triangle Shawl

Ch 3, join in round by placing a slip stitch into 3rd ch from hook.

You have just made a starting loop for your shawl.  The shawl will be worked flat in rows.

Row 1: In starting loop, ch 3 (counts as a dc), and make 2 dc, ch 2, 3 dc in loop; turn.

Row 2:  ch 3 (counts as a dc), make 2 dcbl in first st, make 1 dcbl in each of next 2 stitches, (dc, ch 2, dc) in ch 2 sp, make 1 dcbl in each of next  2 stitches, make 3 dc in top of turning ch from prev row

Row 3: ch 3 (counts as a dc), make 2 dcbl in first st, make 1 dcbl in each st until you reach the  ch 2 sp, (dc, ch 2, dc) in ch 2 sp, make 1 dcbl in each st until you reach end, make 3 dc into the top of the turning ch from the prev row

Rows 4 – 44: repeat Row 3

Fasten off.  Weave in ends.

boysenberry triangle shawl pattern


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  1. Hi Brittany,
    Thanks for this pattern, I`m teaching my friend how to crochet and this shawl will be perfect . Just cleaned out my yarn closet so I can now see what is in there. Taking my scarps and making a sample of stitches going around the 3 flowers. I put granny squares stitches around each than sewed together . The afghan is looking pretty with all the colors and a lot of fun watching how the stitches come together. I have been crocheting for
    72 years. I will be 90 years old next month Rena

    1. Hi Rena! Your afghan sounds lovely! And that sounds like so much fun that you’ll be teaching your friend how to crochet! Thank you so much for taking the time to share with me! I hope you both enjoy the pattern! Happy crocheting!

  2. I love this new Boysenberry Triangle Shawl pattern but want to make it much bigger but I am still a beginner and not sure how to add on. Can you or another more experienced person supply directions? Thanks

    1. Hi Elizabeth! Thanks so much, I’m so glad you like it! You can for sure alter the size! The beautiful thing about this pattern is that you can make however big or small as you’d like. To make it larger, you’ll just add in additional balls of yarn until you’ve reached your desired measurement. The original pattern calls for two balls, but you can keep going as long as you’d like! In the video tutorial I go over exactly how to work the stitches as well as how to add in a new ball of yarn. Happy crocheting!

  3. Hi Brittany, Thank you very much for this pattern, I’ve been looking for a shawl pattern to try out. This will definitely do.
    Thanks again.

  4. I’m crocheting your Boysenberry Shawl fir a very dear friend. My question is, what would be the best way to block this shawl?
    Thsnk you

    1. Hi Linda! It will depend on the yarn that you’re using, but if you’re using the same yarn that I did, you could wet block or you could steam block (very carefully) with a steamer.

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