Rebecca has a fuzzy, Keclyn shawl draped over one shoulder.

Joining in the celebration of the sc V-st, Keclyn Crochet Shawl is the 4th pattern in this series. Beginning at the bottom point, easy increases are worked on both edges widening the shawl with each row. It’s so versatile, you can make the Keclyn in any weight yarn. Shown are a bulky and dk weight versions. 

The Keclyn crochet shawl truly is an easy piece to make. A quick to memorize, 2 row repeat delivers dazzling results. The pattern even has tips on how to easily track which row you’re working!

Available as a single pattern or as part of a 4-pattern eBook, Keck Collection, all featuring the V-st, at a 50% discount.


the skills you need

If you’re a beginner, I can comfortably recommend Keclyn for you as a “my first shawl”. 

Beyond a single and double, you will need to create an adjustable ring and stacked double, both of which I have video and photo tutorials for. And that’s it!

  • understanding of gauge (read this to learn why & how to)
  • experience reading a pattern
  • ability to read a pattern with minimal -or- no photovideo tutorials
  • understanding of the use of asterisk(s)parenthesesbrackets
  • basic stitchesstitch combinations
  • anatomy of stitches

And remember, I am always around in the facebook group to help out. 🥰

Rebecca is wearing a bulky weight version of the Keclyn shawl with the ends hanging in front and back.
Rebecca is wearing a light grey, fuzzy, version of the Keclyn crochet shawl with it tied in front.
Rebecca is wearing a cotton version of the Keclyn shawl with the deepest corner in back, having the other 2 corners hanging in front.
Rebecca is holding a bulky version of the Keclyn shawl open to show shaping.
Rebecca is wearing a grey Keclyn shawl made in a DK weight cotton yarn.
Rebecca has a fuzzy, Keclyn shawl draped over one shoulder.
Rebecca is wearing a light grey Keclyn shawl made in a bulky yarn.
Detail of stitching in the Keclyn crochet shawl.

Same shawl. Different yarn weights. (bulky and DK weight)

Project Level


techniques used

adjustable ring {video tutorial} {photo tutorial} – chain – stacked double {video tutorial} – double – single – slip stitch


One size; to fit average teen│adult

Finished MEasurements

WINGSPAN 78½” [199.5 cm] after blocking

DEPTH AT CENTER 32” [81.5 cm] after blocking

– or –

WINGSPAN 76” [193 cm] after blocking

DEPTH AT CENTER 29” [74 cm] after blocking

materials & tools

YARN bulky weight (#5 bulky) {see Yarn Substitutions below}, Option 1 –or– Dk weight (#3 light), Option 2

amount totals* 474 yd [434 m], Option 1 –or– 771 yd [706 m], Option 2

shown Bernat Plentiful (discontinued {see Yarn Substitutions below}), (60% acrylic 26% wool 14% polyester; 950 yd [869 m]│10.58 oz [300 g]), 1 ball; Linen –or– Lion Brand Comfy Cotton Blend, (50% cotton 50% polyester; 392 yd [358 m]│7.05 oz [200 g]), 2 cakes; Silver Lining


M│N [9.0 mm] –or– J [6.0 mm]; or size needed to obtain gauge

NOTIONS yarn needle, removable stitch markers (4)

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3.5 st reps and 8 rows = 4” [10 cm] in stitch pattern with no blocking; more gauge information given within pattern


6 st reps and 12 rows = 4” [10 cm] in stitch pattern with no blocking; more gauge information given within pattern



Shawl is worked flat, turning after every row; stitched from bottom up, growing in width and depth with each row, side edging stitches are worked at the same time as shawl body.
◊ pdf provides complete Stitch Diagrams & Schematic


  • Pattern is written in US terms with imperial and metric measurements.
  • Yarn amount given is for hat as shown│written.
  • Yardage [m] will vary with any alterations of pattern.
  • The Special Stitches instructions‭ ‬{provided} are detailed, written directions on how to complete specialty stitches as worked within this pattern.
  • Any deviation from gauge given will vary the size of hat created and the amount(s) of yarn used.
  • Sample shown is exactly as written with no alterations to pattern.
  • Model is 5’2″ with 45″ [114.5 cm] chest circumference.

◊ pdf provides Illustrations when applicable


The yarn used for the bulky sample shown has been discontinued. But there are a few yarns that I think would work beautifully for the Keclyn.

• WeCrochet Upcycle Suri Alpaca
• Debbie Bliss Nell
Wool and the Gang Take Care Mohair

The yarn used for the lighter sample shown has also been discontinued. I’ve found a few yarns that I think would look lovely.

WeCrochet City Tweed DK 
• Valley Yarns Superwash DK
Lion Brand Coboo
WeCrochet CotLin

get the pattern

You can find this complete pattern for the easy, Keclyn crochet shawl as an ad assisted blog post – or – you can further support Revel Crochet (& me!) and purchase the pattern as a single or collection│ebook download at your favorite pattern site {links below}.

keclyn shawl

Single pattern


All pieces of Keck Crochet Collection on a table.

Keck collection ebook


whats in a download?

Upon purchase of the Keclyn shawl crochet pattern download, you will receive

  • AD-FREE pdf, formatted for printing and optimized for tablet│digital use
  • WRITTEN PATTERN – fully written, line by line instruction (English, US terminology with imperial and metric measurements)
  • STITCH DIAGRAMS – complete illustration(s) of stitches│placement
  • SCHEMATIC – illustration(s) of shape│measurements│construction graphics*
  • ILLUSTRATIONS – drawn graphics of special stitches*
  • TUTORIALS – picture│written│video instruction for specialty stitches│techniques*
  • INTERACTIVE – document internally linked throughout as well as linking to additional external resource information
  • SIZING │ EASE CHARTS – tables to quickly determine sizing options (for garment pieces in collection).

*where applicable


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