An Easy Crochet Mesh Triangle Shawl Pattern + Video

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The Easy Crochet Mesh Triangle Shawl is lightweight with beautiful drape. Crochet this top down shawl in sport weight cotton yarn for the ultimate Spring and Summer Triangle scarf.

Add tassels or fringe to take this simple mesh to the next level. I love creating beautiful handmade gifts when I have time.

I crocheted this mesh shawl for my son’s kindergarten teacher, as a thank you gift. Teachers are special and never receive enough credit! I’m so thankful for the wonderful teachers in my kids’ lives.

Woman with orange crochet triangle scarf over white dress.

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I love how the crochet mesh shawl turned out. The sport weight cotton yarn leaves it soft, supple and gives it gorgeous drape.

The coral color works so well for a bright summer shawl, or scarf. I often see her wearing coral and pink so I’m hoping she loves it as much as I do!

The easy mesh triangle shawl crocheted up so fast. I bought a pack of four balls of this yarn so I could’ve easily made it a bit bigger.

This pattern grows so quickly with just chains and double crochets. I love the simplicity of it. My hardest decision was which lovely color to choose!

I worked up a photo tutorial {updated + new video tutorial!} to go with this one, so even if you’re new to crochet you can totally make this one!

I linked up my video tutorials for the two stitches I use in this pattern too, so you’re all set-even if you’re brand new to crocheting!

Coral crochet triangle shawl held across back by woman.


This crochet triangle shawl pattern works up with basic crochet stitches. The double crochet, chains and skipped stitches create the open, mesh look. You will start by making a long chain, which will be the widest part of your shawl.

So it should be long enough to stretch out from finger tip to finger tip of the wearer. I’ve included easy instructions for increasing the length of your starting chain, which will give a larger over all shawl.

To decrease our chain and begin to form the triangle you will skip stitches at the beginning and end of each row, slowing bringing in the sides until a point is reached.

After the first couple of rows, it will be very easy to continue the pattern. This is a great project to work on while watching tv or listening to a book.

Orange shawl wrapped over back on white dress.


To get the same look of this crochet mesh triangle shawl I would recommend using the same yarn weight that I did here.

However, this pattern would work really well for worsted weight yarn or lightweight yarn, in any material with an appropriate sized hook, probably a 5-5.5mm hook.   

Tassels on end of triangle shawl.

You can add tassels to the ends, or leave them off. I have a full tutorial for how to make and add the tassels here.


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  1. Ch 4 counts as a dc + ch 1, mark the 3rd ch to help you see where to start on the next row.
  2. Shawl is worked on the long edge, decreased on both ends narrowing to the point.
  3. The triangle shape is made by skipping stitches at the beginning of each row, and at the end of every row.
  4. St multiple is an even number, plus 6.

Skill Level



16 sts x 4 rows (after blocking) to 4” (10 cm) measured in mesh st.

Size / Adjustments

Finished dimensions: 62″ wide x 30″ down the center back.

For a larger or smaller shawl work your starting chain to the desired size, remember to chain an even number plus 6 more. To adjust the foundation chain you can add or subtract in 2s to my chain.

Stitches / Abbreviations

ch(s) – chain(s)

dc – double crochet

mesh stitch – a combination of double crocheting, skipping stitches and chaining.

rep – repeat

sk – skip the indicated stitch

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Woman in coral triangle shawl with ends tucked into belt.


Watch the video tutorial on my YouTube channel. Scroll down for the free crochet pattern.

Pattern Instructions

Woman in orange crochet mesh shawl with tassels.

Easy Crochet Triangle Shawl Pattern

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 4 hours
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 4 hours 10 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10

Mesh is the best for summer shawls!


  • 150g/5.4oz, 495m/540yds of yarn, I used less than 3 balls of Jubileeyarn Minnesota in Coral Bay which is a sport weight cotton yarn. Light or Medium weight yarns are good choices for this pattern too.


  • 4.5 mm (US Size 7) hook
  • scissors
  • yarn needle
  • optional stitch marker


Ch 240

Row 1. Dc in the 6th ch (sk chs count as first dc + ch 1), *{ch 1, skip next ch, dc in next ch} rep from * across, turn. (237 sts)First double crochet chain one black made in orange yarn.

Row 2. Ch 4 (counts as dc + ch 1), sk the next 3 sts, dc in next dc,

(Row 2 cont.) *{ch 1, sk next ch, dc in next dc} rep from * til last 4 sts,End of row showing stitch to skip and green stitch marker in stitch to work in.

(Row 2 cont.)ch 1, sk next 3 sts, dc in 3rd ch, turn. (233 sts) End of row 2, with skipped double crochet.

Row 3. Ch 4, sk next 3 sts, dc in next dc,Green stitch marker in 3rd to start row 3.

(Row 3 cont.) *{ch 1, sk next ch, dc in next dc} rep from * til last 4 sts,Skip last double crochet and chain and work into pink stitch marker.

(Row 3 cont.) ch 1, sk next 3 sts, dc in 3rd ch, turn. (229 sts)

Rep Row 3 until you have decreased down to 7 – 9 sts. Some stitch counts may vary if you made any changes—see below.

If you have 7 sts left:Triangle decreased down to 7 stitches.

Next Row. Ch 4, sk next 2 sts, dc in ch sp, sk next 2 sts, dc in 3rd ch, turn. (5 sts)Triangle shawl decreases to 5.

Last Row. Ch 4, sk next 3 sts, dc in 3rd ch. (3 sts)

If you have 9 sts left:5 stitches left in triangle.
Next Row. Ch 4, sk next 3 sts, dc in next st, sk next 3 sts, dc in 3rd ch, turn. (5 sts)

Last Row. Ch 4, sk next 3 sts, dc in 3rd ch. (3 sts)Triangle shawl decreased to 3 stitches.

Finishing: Cut yarn and weave in ends.

Optional: You might add tiny tassels to the three corners. Here is a tutorial on how to make and add tassels if you need it.

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  1. Ah!! This looks like the perfect birthday gift for a new friend. Thank you for sharing this pattern!

  2. You’re quite welcome! I hope you enjoy the pattern and your friend loves it!

  3. Hi
    Thank you for the pattern. It’s really lovely. I’m making it now and my edges are curling in. Am I doing something wrong?
    Thanks again for the free pattern!

  4. You’re quite welcome. If you’re edges are curling in it’s likely your tension is too tight, so you can try going up a hook size. Or it’s possible, you’re missing stitches, so you can double check your stitch count to make sure you’re increasing enough for each round. I hope that helps!

  5. Wow, nice ideas.it’s really so amazing and creative idea. you giving perfect and loveable patterns to crochet lovers. thanks for the helpful ideas with new and creative thoughts.