Spun Gold Shawl

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When you have a beautiful yarn, you need a simple pattern to show it off. Worked end to end, Spun Gold will use every last scrap of that special hank of yarn no matter the weight.

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Wingspan: 132cm/52in
Depth: 35cm/14in


  • 1x 100g skein of Babylonglegs semi-Precious Sock in Cortez’s Gold (4ply)
  • 4mm (US G) hook
  • Scale to weigh yarn

24 dc sts measures 10cm/ 4” and 1 patt rep measures 5.75cm/ 2.25” tall using 4mm hook or size required to obtain tension.

Difficulty rating

Skills needed
Increases, decreases, quintuple treble (instructions given)

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

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Go for it!

It's a pretty easy pattern that looks complex and beautiful. It's so simple, you can memorize it.

Go for it!

If you can do a sc, then look no further...it can't be easier than this,I didn't even take a printout...easy to memorize, love the pattern . Thank you 😊

Beautifully Different

This is a lovely easy-to-follow pattern, which increases to the widest section then decreases, to make a stretched diamond shape shawl. The quintuple trebles add interest and allow this shawl to build up quickly which is very satisfying to make. It only takes one skein of 100g 4ply yarn and so works perfectly for that beautiful skein you couldn’t resist (I have a few of them now!). Takes a bit of blocking once complete but is well worth the effort of pinning as it really opens up the stitches. Already making my second!

Mary L
Out and back

This is a diamond-shaped shawl that expands to the halfway point, then contracts again. The long stitches feel untidy at first, but make for an interesting and unusual texture as the shawl grows. Folded in half along the the length, I find it wraps twice around my neck and fills the gap in a jacket without adding a lot of bulk. I think it looks nicest in a plain or semi-solid yarn and have made a couple as gifts (and a couple for myself).

Clare Rainey
A bit different!

This is a really lovely shawl/scarf pattern that I've made a couple of times. It uses the long quintuple treble stitch which I'd never tried before (or since in fact) but it is such a beautiful stitch. I find the twists slightly hypnotic to look at! They really make the shawl stand out. I'm planning another one of these in the not too distant future.