Cedar Arches Crochet Shawl Pattern

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The Cedar Arches Shawl is a quick and simple rectangular shawl pattern that's perfect for cooler weather months. The alternating open stitchwork gives it a delicate look while still being thick enough to keep you warm.

This listing is for a downloadable PDF of a crochet pattern only. You will not receive a physical product.

Skill Level: Easy

Finished Size: approx. 31.5” wide x 68” long

Hook Size: US size J/10, 6.0 mm

Yarn: Samples used Category 4 worsted weight yarn

Main Stitches: ch, sc, hdc

Pattern uses US crochet terms and is available only in English.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
First time moss stitch

First, it is beautiful pattern. Second… I’m a beginner and I’m having a difficult time seeing where to insert needle in the moss stitch. I’ve read and reread, stitched and unraveled a number of times. I love this scarf enough to keep trying. If a person gets this stitch, it will be a breeze. If I master this I’ll be sure to share it with y’all. 😊

Andree Youngson
Very nice pattern

I like shawl patterns without a lot of holes. The shawls are going to ill people who want to stay warm. This pattern has some holes to make it interesting but not enough to make it ill suited for my purpose.

Lisa Bombard


Rebecca Diak
Simple but classy

This is not a difficult pattern but the design is classy and warm.

Judith Pidgeon

Beautiful pattern to look at but after 100 rows it came out to stiff for a shawl. Instead of single crochet , I’m using a half double & in place of Hdc , I’m just double crocheting & it’s coming out nice & soft using 4 ply yarn. I am making this for my daughter , to keep her warm while having Chemo treatments.