Susannah Springtide Shawl Pattern
Welcome to Oombawka Design Crochet! Today, as part of the Spring Colors Blog Hop with Design, Create, Repeat, I am sharing a brand-new crochet pattern you can make with 2 balls of Lion Brand Mandala Tweed Yarn. The Susannah Springtide Shawl is an easy-to-crochet project you can make over a weekend.
The Susannah Springtide Shawl by @oombawkadesigncrochet is a soft and cozy spring accessory. Embrace spring with this rectangular wrap draped over your shoulders, or across your lap. Soft, cozy and easy-to-crochet, this spring shawl is crocheted with 2 skeins of #mandalatweed by Lion Brand Yarn.
[disclaimer]The yarn used to create this pattern was given to me by Yarn Canada.[/disclaimer]
The yarn I used to make this lovely rectangular shawl was given to me by Yarn Canada.
The Lion Brand Mandala Tweed yarn is a beautifully soft, medium weight yarn  and the color transitions are done very cleverly. I did not cut and piece this yarn to make the shawl work, I simply crocheted my Susannah Springtide Shawl in one piece (other than adding my new ball and one color rejoin), from start-to-finish. I was happily surprised with how well the yarn transitioned from one color to the next.
When I crochet I always use a center pull method (if possible) and this cake of yarn was no exception. I did not have any knots, or tangles as I crocheted. I did have one small color-tied section from the manufacturer that I cut and rejoined before crocheting across it. I like to make my own, secure color joins – just to be sure it doesn’t come undone at a later time. The yarn did not pile, or leave any fluff while I crocheted and I really loved working with it.
The Mandala Tweed yarn is created by Lion Brand, by twisting 2 strands of their Mandala yarn together. The result is this pretty self-striping, tweed effect. Each 200 g cake of yarn includes 520 yards. The yarn is 100% acrylic and machine washable and dryable. Making it perfect for projects, like garments and blankets!
Did I remember to mention it is lovely and soft? When I was finished making this project, I actually wished I had more of the yarn to make something else. It was such a pleasure to crochet with, especially during the colder months when my fingers are a bit drier from the harsher weather.
Mandala Tweed is currently available in 3 colors: Lucky Penny, Seven and Dice. You can take a look at them here. I chose Dice to make my project as it reminded me of the colors of the crocus and daffodils that bloom first in my Spring Garden every year after our winter snow finally recedes.
If you are in Canada you should check out the yarn at Yarn Canada. They are located in BC, Canada and ship to Canadian addresses with a a reasonable flat rate shipping of $5.00* (or free shipping if your order is over $55.00*). Along with Lion Brand Yarn, they also carry stock in the following brands: Scheepjes, Berroco, Noro, Manos del Uruguay, Cascade Yarn, Hoooked Yarn and Drops Yarn. Be sure to visit Yarn Canada to take a look at their selection! You may also want to follow them on Social Media to be notified of any specials they may have in the future: Facebook | Instagram
*Prices subject to change.
Susannah Springtide Shawl Pattern
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Susannah Springtide Shawl
- Yarn: Lion Brand Mandala Tweed Yarn. 200 g (7 oz) and 568 yds (520 m). 100% Acrylic. Medium Weight Yarn . Machine Wash and Machine Dry.
- Colors: 2 skeins in Dice (524-207)
- Hook: 5.5 mm (I).
- Finished Project Yardage: 370 g (13 oz) / 1040 yds (950 m)
- Scissors, Yarn Needle, Stitch Marker
Shawl width approximately 56 inches X 26 inches length
Approximately 10 rows (5 repeats of R2 and R3) per 4 inches and 13 sc per 4 inches
You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern – just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size, and amount of yarn used for your project will also be different.
US Terminology used
beg – beginning
BL – back loop
ch – chain
ch1sp – chain 1 space
dc – double crochet
hdc – half double crochet
R – row
rem – remaining
rep – repeat
sc – single crochet
sk – skip
sl st – slip stitch
st/sts – stitch/stitches
long dc – long double crochet
* to **– Repeat the instructions between the asterisks the number of times indicated. This repeat will contain of multiple instructions.
 – at the end of the row – the total number of stitches
() – important notes AND sets of stitches to be worked within one stitch, or space
Helpful Video Tutorials
- Stitch multiple is 2 + 2
Susannah Springtide Shawl Pattern Instructions
This shawl is worked widthwise, back and forth in rows.
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Using your 5.5 mm (I) hook (or size required for gauge):
R1: Ch 180, sk the first ch, 1 sc in each rem ch across, ch 1, turn. [179 sc]
R2: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc and 1 ch1sp), sk 1 sc. *1 dc in the next sc, ch 1, sk 1 ch**. Rep from * to ** across to the last sc. 1 dc in the last sc, turn. [90 dc, 89 ch1sp]
R3: Ch 1, 1 sc in each dc and in each ch1sp across, turn. [179 sc]
R4-R39: Rep R2 and R3
R40-R41: Ch 1, 1 sc in each sc across, turn. [179 sc]
R42: Ch 3 (counts as 1 hdc and 1 ch1sp), sk 1 sc. *1 hdc in the next sc, ch 1, sk 1 ch**. Rep from * to ** across to the last sc. 1 hdc in the last sc, turn. [90 hdc, 89 ch1sp]
R43: Ch 1, 1 sc in each hdc and each ch1sp across, turn. [179 sc]
R44-R45: Ch 1, 1 sc in each sc across, turn. [179 sc]
R46: Ch 3 (counts as 1 hdc and 1 ch1sp), sk 1 sc. *1 hdc in the next sc, ch 1, sk 1 ch**. Rep from * to ** across to the last sc. 1 hdc in the last sc, turn. [90 hdc, 89 ch1sp]
R47-R58: Rep R43-R46
R59: Ch 1, 1 sc in each hdc and each ch1sp across, turn. [179 sc]
R60-R63: Ch 1, 1 sc in each sc across, turn. [179 sc]
R64: Ch 3 (counts as 1 hdc and 1 ch1sp), sk 1 sc. *1 hdc in the next sc, ch 1, sk 1 ch**. Rep from * to ** across to the last sc. 1 hdc in the last sc, turn. [90 hdc, 89 ch1sp]
R65-R70: Rep R59-R64
R71: Ch 1, 1 sc in each hdc and each ch1sp across, turn. [179 sc]
Rotate your work to continue working around the outside edge of the project.
R1: Working across the side edge, ch 1, 1 sc in each hdc row end and each sc row end; 2 sc in each dc row end, to the corner. You will have 90 sc. At the corner, ch 1 and rotate to work along the bottom edge of the project (this was the foundation chain). Work 1 sc in each ch across to the corner. You will have 179 sc across the bottom edge. At the corner, ch 1 and rotate to work up the side edge of the project. Working across the next side edge, 1 sc in each sc row end and in each hdc row end; 2 sc in each dc row end, to the corner. You will have 90 sc. At the corner, ch 1 and rotate to work across the top edge of the project (this was row 71). Work 1 sc in each sc across to the last sc of the row. Work 1 hdc in the last sc. You will have 89 sc and 1 hdc. [1 hdc, 538 sc]
R2: Working into the corner ch1sp. *Ch 1, (1 dc, ch 1) 3 times in the corner ch1sp. Sk 2 sc, (1 dc in the next sc, ch 1, sk 1 sc) across to the corner ch1sp. You will have 44 dc, 44 ch1sp along the side edge and 3 dc and 3 ch1sp in the corner. Working into the corner ch1sp (1 dc, ch 1) 3 times in the corner ch1sp. Rotate your work to continue across the bottom edge (the foundation chain edge), sk 1 sc, 1 sc in each rem st across. You will have 178 sc along the bottom edge and 3 dc and 3 ch1sp in the corner**. Rep from * to ** 1 more time. [444 sc, 88 ch1sp on the edges and 12 dc and 12 ch1sp in the corners]
R3: *1 sc in each dc, ch1sp and sc around**. [556 sc]
R4: *1 sc in each of the next 2 sc, 2 sc in each of the next 2 sc, 1 sc in each of the next 93 sc, 2 sc in each of the next 2 sc, 1 sc in each of the next 179 sc**. Rep from * to ** 1 more time. Finish off with an invisible join. 
Weave in any remaining ends.
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Thanks Verna 🙂
I have never bought any Mandala yarn, yet. For me, it’s the type of yarn that I definitely need to have the pattern requirements for yarn amounts, prior to purchase. This tweed is quite pretty. And since you mention how soft it is, I would assume that it would make a nice blanket as well. Your shawl is beautiful.
Hi Deanna, This pattern is available for free on my blog, or for sale in my Ravelry shop. Last year (in 2020) there was a crochet along event where a coupon code was available for participants for a limited time (last year 2020 in February). The pattern is no longer a free PDF download on Ravelry, but you can still get the full written pattern from my blog (where you commented) at the end of the post. I have my site set up so you can print a copy using the printer button on the left side of the screen or at the top of my post. It is linked to ‘printfriendly’ so you can remove images and extra bits of text before you print or save a copy. Hope this helps! Rhondda
I see the pattern on ravelry but cannot find the code it just sends me back to either page???
Hi Pamela! Thank you for catching this!! There should have only been one R41. I apologize for my mistake!!
Rhondda, I love this pattern. IQuestion: I saw two of row 41. Shouldn’t it be Row 40 – Row 41 and then next row be Row 42 instead of Row 41 again? and so on? Please clarify. Thank you.
Hi Judy, I wasn’t sure how it would turn out either and was pleasantly surprised!!I love how the yarn feels too 🙂 Have a lovely weekend, Rhondda
SO pretty! Thank you so much for sharing the pattern. To be honest, I didn’t think the Mandala Tweed yarn was very appealing in its cake, but I LOVE the way your shawl turned out, and the colors blend so beautifully in a finished project. Just shows you can’t always tell a book by its cover, right?