Knitted Malhar Shawl

Step into a world of timeless beauty with the exquisite Malhar Shawl, a true masterpiece of knitted elegance. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this shawl is a testament to the artistry and skill of the talented artisans who bring it to life. The Malhar Shawl is a perfect blend of tradition and contemporary style, making it a versatile accessory that can effortlessly elevate any outfit. The intricate knitting patterns create a mesmerizing texture that adds depth and dimension to the shawl, while the soft and luxurious fabric ensures a cozy and comfortable feel against your skin. Whether you drape it over your shoulders for a touch of sophistication or wrap it around your neck for added warmth, the Malhar Shawl is sure to make a statement wherever you go.


Length of the stole 70”


Silk Indian’s Mercerized Cotton yarn


Light Fingering 3 ply -350 yards (100 gms)




30st and 4 rows = 1.5” in Hdc after blocking


Standard abbreviations.

dc3tog – Double crochet 3 together

picot – Ch 3, insert hook into back bar of the first chain, yo, pull through all loops on hook.

shell – Skip the next 2 sts, make 5 dcs in the next stitch. Skip the next 2 sts. No change to st cnt.

Pattern notes

The pattern is written in US terminology. The beginning ch2 is not counted as a stitch. The border is added after the stripes are done.


Row 1: Ch 32. Hdc in 3rd ch from hook and all chains across. (30 hdc) ch2. Turn.

Row2: Hdc in the 3rd loop, which is behind the hdc of previous row across. Hdc across. Ch2 turn. (30 hdc).

Rows 3-4: Repeat Row 2. Fasten off or carry the yarn on the side. (Be sure to check that you have 30 sts)

Row 5: (Ch1 sc) in next 10 sts (through both loops). Ch 1 skp next st, hdc in next st, (three times) ch 1 dc in next st, (3 times), ch 1, tr (three times) ch1, dtr in last st. (3hdc, 3 dc, 3 tr,1dtr) ch 1, turn.

Row 6: Sc across. Ch2 turn with main color.

Row 7: Hdc in both loops across. Ch 2 turn.

Row 8: Hdc in loop behind back loop across.

Rows 9-10: Rep row 8.

Continue with rows 1 to 10 to desired length, ending with the main color.


Row 1: Begin with main color, ch1 sc at the corner of the beginning hdc. Ch 7, sc in the 4 row of hdc, and continue until the end.

Row 2: Change color. Join with sc, ch 3, 2dc, ch 3, 2dc (shell made in the center of ch 7 loop), *(Ch 3, sc in next st, ch 3, shell in next loop) * repeat from * to * across. Ch3 turn.

Row 3: Dc3tog, ch1, dc3tog, ch1 dc3tog in ch3 space of shell, ch 1 sc in next st, (ch 1, dc3tog, ch1, dc3tog, ch1 dc3tog) * repeat from * to * across.

Row 4: Join with sl st on top of the dc3tog,* (ch 5, picot, ch 5, sc on top of the third dc3tog, ch 1, sc in next st until you’ve reached the next corner); repeat from * across. Fasten off.


Weave in ends, block and enjoy your stole.

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