Aria Colón

Aria is the person behind SundaeYarns and has a passion for dyeing yarn and writing patterns. She is a mother of two (soon to be three!) and is a New York transplant living in New Jersey. She is at her happiest when she is creating, spending time with family, and drinking all of the coffee. All of it.

It’s a Breeze Shawl Crochet Pattern by Aria Colón


Hey everyone, my name is Aria Colón. I am the creator of SundaeYarns, where you can find patterns and hand dyed sock yarn. I am a lifelong crafter and I am at my happiest when I am able to create. I’ve always had an appreciation for all things handmade; admiring that each piece was made with intention, individuality, and has its own story. Being able to bring a bit of that magic into the lives and homes of others is what inspires me. I am so excited to be able to share a pattern with you guys on The Hook Nook. One of my personal goals is to create as many inclusive patterns as possible; things that all levels can accomplish and use. The “It’s a Breeze” shawl is an easy project that is just as simple to wear and pair with all sorts of outfits... seriously the possibilities are endless!

Supply List

6mm hook.

Approximately 900 yards of lightweight (3) yarn.


Ch - chain

Dc - double crochet

Fhdc - foundation half double crochet

Hdc - half double crochet

Sp - space

Tr - triple crochet

Yo - yarn over




12 sts x 8 rows per 4”

*** This is taken from the first 8 rows of the pattern.


The ch in the beginning of a row does not count as the first st unless it is stated otherwise.


Row One: Fhdc 178 times.

Rows Two - Five: Ch 1, hdc across.

Row Six: Dc *Skip 1 st, dc. Return to skipped st, dc. Dc.* Repeat from * to * until the end.

Row Seven: Ch 3 (counts as 1st tr), tr across.

Row Eight: Repeat Row Six.

Row Nine: Ch 1, sc across.

Row Ten: Ch 3, *Yo, insert in st, draw a loop* 3 times so that you have 7 sts on the hook. Yo, pull through all 7 loops. Ch 2. This step is only used for the first triangle in the beginning of the row. Below, there is a photo to show the 3 sts you insert the hook into. Refer to the image on the left side for this step.

*Yo, insert in st, draw a loop, yo* 3 times so you that you have 7 sts on the hook. Yo, pull through all 7 sts. Repeat this step until you have just one st left at the end of the row. Your final triangle will only need 1 ch opposed to 2. Hdc into the final st.  The image below on the right will show the placement for the 3 sts you will be drawing loops from.

Row Eleven: Ch 1, sc in 1st st. Sc in ch 1 sp. *Sc 2 times over ch 2 sp* Repeat from * to * until the ch 3 from the beginning of Row Ten. Sc in ch 3 sp. Sc in 2nd ch.

Rows Twelve - Thirty Four: Repeat Rows Ten and Eleven 12 more times.

Rows Thirty Five - Thirty Seven: Repeat Rows Six - Eight.

Rows Thirty Eight - Forty Two: Ch 1, hdc across.

Tie off. Weave in the ends.

Annnnnd you’re finished! Not so bad, right?! It is so nice to have a shawl pattern that works up quickly! Within a weekend you can probably have your finished piece off the hook and ready to pair with your favorite outfits. I can’t wait to see which colors you choose and the outfits you pair up with this piece. Feel free to tag me on Instagram @SundaeYarns so I can see your It’s a Breeze shawl!

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