Cherry Pi Shawl

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Circles within circles, this semi-circular shawl takes its inspiration from the beautiful colorway of the yarn and the clever construction method (pi expansion) that allows for bold patterning.

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Finished diameter: 117cm / 46in


  • 1x 100g hank of Sweet Clement Darling (4ply, 50% Superwash merino/50% Silk, 100g/400m) in Crimson 
  • 4mm hook 
  • Tapestry Needle

16 sts and 8 rows in half trebles to 10cm/4in using 4mm hook (or size needed to achieve tension) after blocking. (row tension is the more important measure)

Difficulty Rating 

Skills Needed
Basic stitches, cluster stitch

Worked from the centre out using the pi expansion principal.

This pattern is charted and written using standard UK crochet terminology (with US conversions given in the abbreviations)

Also available in our book The Shawl Project: Book One.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Sarah Scoppie
And so it began...

The Cherry Pi Shawl was my first TCP pattern, and a good 35 projects later I still love their easy patterns for wearable, fashionable and simply amazing garments. I am still crocheting at least one shawl a year, and even my wedding shawl was based on one of their patterns - I may have to make another Cherry Pi soon!

Crochet Genius!

I loved crocheting this beautiful shawl so much. It was only my third such pattern, and I found it to be exceptionally well written. Not all crochet patterns are created equally, but I always know that The Crochet Project's patterns will be outstanding. This lovely shawl flew of my hook, and made me feel so clever whilst I was making it! Lovely and wearable, Definitely recommended.

Clare Rainey
Stunning shawl!

I have just finished my first Cherry Pi and am so pleased with the detail on the shawl. It looks so intricate and I love the curved edge. I will definitely be making another.