Free crochet pattern · Sjal / Shawl

Lost in Time Shawl / Sjal

Äntligen dags att släppa mönstret till sjalen “Lost in Time”. Namnet kom sig av att jag tyckte sjalen hade en vintagekänsla och att tiden gick så fort när jag arbetade på den. Mönstret är en repetition av 12 varv så innan man hinner tröttna på några maskor är det dags för nya 🙂 Repetitionerna gör också att du kan använda vilket garn och virknål du vill eftersom du väljer själv hur många repetitioner du vill göra.

Finally time to release the “Lost in Time” shawl pattern. The name came to me becouse of the vintage feeling it has and also that the time flies by working on this shawl 🙂 This pattern is a repetition of 12 rows which means you can use any yarn or hook and customizing your shawls size by the number of repetitions.

Tusen tack till Charlotta Hjortbacken (@charlottahjortbacken på Instagram) och Lisa Cook (@lisasattik på Instagram) som provvirkat detta mönster  ❤

Thank you so much Charlotta Hjortbacken (@charlottahjortbacken on Instagram) and Lisa Cook (@lisasattik on Instagram) for testing this design  ❤


Denna sjal är gjord av rester av garnet Scheepjes Catona, ett 100 % bomullsgarn från Favoritgarner, och virknål 4.0 mm. Måtten är ca 145 cm i överkant och 75 cm över “ryggraden” utan tofsar medräknat. Totala mängden Catona blev knappt 7 nystan a’ 50 g. Använd denna färgguide om du vill göra denna multifärgade version.

This shawl is made of  bits and pieces of Scheepjes Catona, a 1oo % cotton yarn, and hook 4.0 mm. The size is aprox 145 cm wing span and 75 cm over the spine, tassels not included. The total amount of yarn is between 6 and 7 skeins of Catona 50 g. For this multi coloured version use this colour guide .


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Denna vackra variant av Lost in Time är gjord av Charlotta Hjortbacken (@charlottahjortbacken på Instagram). Här har 6 nystan av garnet Scheepjes Secret Garden från Favoritgarner  och virknål 5.0 mm använts. Storleken blev ca 135 cm i överkant och 68 cm över “ryggraden”. Secret Garden är en härligt blandgarn med bla silke i. Efter en tvätt blir din sjal väldigt mjuk och följsam.

This beautiful Lost in Time shawl is made by Charlotta Hjortbacken (@charlottahjortbacken on Instagram) with 6 skeins of Scheepjes Secret Garden and hook 5.0 mm. The size is aprox 135 cm wing span and 68 cm over the spine.


Denna soliga variant av Lost in Time är gjord av Lisa Cook (@lisasattik på Instagram). Här har 6 nystan av garnet Scheepjes Sunkissed färg 0015 från Favoritgarner  och virknål 4.0 mm använts. Scheepjes Sunkissed är ett 100% mjukt bomullsgarn med mjuka nyansskiftningar som ger liv år ditt arbete, perfekt till en lagom varm vår/sommarsjal.

This sunny and beautiful Lost in Time shawl is made by Lisa Cook (@lisasattik on Instagram) with 6 skeins of  Scheepjes Sunkissed colour 0015 and hook 4.0 mm. This 100% cotton yarn with smooth colour fluctuations is perfect for a spring or summer shawl.


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By: MijoCrochet, Yarn: Scheepjes Linen Soft
By @lisasattik, yarn: Scheepjes Whirl

Om du lägger upp bilder på din Lost In Time-sjal på sociala medier använd gärna #mijocrochet och #lostintimeshawl så att jag kan hitta och se dina bilder  ❤

Please use #mijocrochet and #lostintimeshawl if you post pictures of your Lost in Time shawl in social medias  ❤


Mönster / Pattern:
Svenska: Lost in Time
English (US-terms): Lost in Time

Danska: Lost in Time, Translation by Christine Hedwig | Bymami.dk | Instagram: @bymamidk |

Dutch, with charts: Lost in Time
German: Lost in Time
Suomeksi: Lost in Time
French: Lost in Time

Jag lägger ner mycket tid och kärlek både på att arbeta fram och skriva mina mönster, så om du använder mina mönster och lägger ut på sociala medier önskar jag att du länkar eller hänvisar till min blogg http://www.mijocrochet.wordpress.com och använder #mijocrochet  ❤

I spend alot of time and love in creating and writing down my patterns, so please, if you use my patterns and post pictures in social medias link or refer to my blog http://www.mijocrochet.wordpress.com and use #mijocrochet  ❤

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330 thoughts on “Lost in Time Shawl / Sjal

  1. Thank you so much for this gorgeous pattern! I’ve made it using yarn in colors that I hoped were similar to those you used. However, I am not happy with my colors & want to make it again with the Scheepjes Catona. Because I wasn’t sure of the weight/number of the yarn, I purchased worsted weight & I it seemed to be too heavy, so I went up a size on my hook. Still too stiff. So in love with your shawl!

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  2. Thank you Yourso muchs for the beautiful Shawl isl. Thank you for the free pattern . You used beautiful colers. How many buls do I need for each color.have a wonderful day. Greetings from a Duth girl out Germany Katja

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    1. Thank you so much! Im not sure exactly how much is used of each colour of Catona since I used scrap yarn. Total wheight says aprox 6 skeins in total. I hope this helpes a little. Have you seen the colour guide?

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      1. Hi there! I really love your pattern (thank you for sharing it with us!), so I decided to make the multi-color version. As I know you didn’t have the exact amount of yarn, I decided to write it down as I go:
        179 – Topaz – 67g
        383 – Ginger Gold – 37g
        395 – Willow – 46g
        402 – Silver green – 38g
        393 – Charcoal – 16g
        240 – Amethyst – 32g
        282 – Ultra Violet – 10g
        408 – Old Rose – 5g

        The quantities are for Catona yarn, using 4 mm hook and do not include the tassels.

        I hope this helps 🙂

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  3. Hi i really love your pattern. Could you please give the color guide. How many yarns have u used? Thanks a lot. I hope you could make a video tutorial…

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  4. Hi I am making this shawl in cream . Do you just leave the top plain like that or do you put say a row of sc. thank you for your reply

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  5. Tack så mycket 😊
    This pattern is beautiful, you are such a talented designer. I saw this on Pinterest and I will be following your blog from now on. I have lots of colours of Sirdar cotton dk which I think will be about right for this. I have a queue of projects but this may well find its way to the front!
    Best wishes and happy crocheting

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  6. I have just received my yarn to make this in your multi colour version. The yarn and colours are beautiful. Can’t wait to get started. Thank you so much xx

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  7. I love this pattern and I am hoping to make it soon. I would like to use the colors from the yarn kit “Royal Starling”. I love the way they look in the Taiga and In the Yarn Garden CAL patterns, but I’m am not quite confident of which position to substitute them in for the green, gold, and purples on the color chart that you have included. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thank you!

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    1. Hi there! I usually try out the colours as I go so this is really hard to answer. There is alot of frogging going on when I make colour schemes 😅 I hope you will find a way that makes you happy 🌸

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  8. I know you have heard this a lot, but, thank you so much for this pattern. I have just found your link on facebook, and I’m so glad I did. You are very much appreciated.
    Lisa in Alabama, USA

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  9. Hi, I have just begun and come to round 21 for the second time and do not get the top together. After the last popcorn there is a stitch left before 2 sts space. It’s dont going to look the same as the two earlier popcorn chain dc chain round.

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  10. Hello! Thank you for the wonderful pattern, it’s been fun to stitch! I’m currently on row 3 of the border and I was confused for a while until I zoomed in on the photographs. Thank you for making the rows different colors – super helpful to see what is going on! Anyways… the pattern reads: skip 1 dc, 1 sl st in front loop only in next 4 dc, 2 ch, 4 dc. It should clarify that the last 4 dc are also sl st in front loop only. 😊 Thanks again for sharing this wonderful pattern!

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  11. I am dying to make this shawl, but am having a hard time downloading it. Is it possible for you to email it to me as a PDF? I hate to put you to this trouble, but I love it so much ❤

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  12. Hi there, I love your work and am currently make the Lost in Time shawl but, for some reason, I cannot seem to get the edge a the top to go straight. The whole thing is slanting on both sides so it looks more like a V and I don’t know why. I am following both the written and chart patterns. Could you advise me?Thank you!

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  14. hi, I love this pattern and have my wool and want to use a size 3 hook. Im hoping this will be ok. Can you please clarify the stitches you have with an asterix next to them on the pattern. You say that these sticks marked with an asterix can be explained by clicking ‘here’ on the pattern but the link is not live and I cannot find your explanation. How big is each popcorn? I have looked up how to make a popcorn and it varies with each pattern. Is this what is explained somewhere else? Thanks so much!

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    1. Hook 3.0 mm is fine, you may just need to make more repetitions of the pattern depending on with size you like. Those stitches are explained in stitch tutorials which you can find under menu here on my blog 🙂

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  15. Good evening I am trying to pull up the pattern and I font seem to be able to. The pattern elsewhere…??? Just not sure I gave been trying for about 2 hrs. Thank you Michelle

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  16. Very beautiful pattern. May I know what thickness or yarn weight you used (as seen on the specifications on the label). Was it lace (0), fingering (1), sport (2), DK (3)? I’m sure it is not worsted weight. I will just try to look for an equivalent substitute that I can buy in Manila. Thanks!

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    1. Thank you! We dont use those terms here :/ but if you look at scheepjes Whirl its a great wheight for this shawl 🙂 the cotton flower yarn I used is three stranded and good for hook 3-4 mm 🙂

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    2. Oh, and just to be super clear, it’s a sport (2)–just as you said. I left off the number in my original reply–but I wanted to be clear that we are talking the same language. 🙂

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    1. I turned a large triangular shawl I had crocheted into a poncho by simply stitching the front edge together, starting at the bottom and working up until there was enough of a neck opening left to get my head through.
      This would be a fascinating shawl to do that with.
      Since I’m deliberately making it larger, I may consider doing that with mine too.

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  17. I love this pattern and I am making it at the moment using the same colour yarn as you.Not usually my choice of colours but I love them! On looking at the instructions for doing the border, I cannot see anything about the third side. Did you just do double crochets perhaps?

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      1. I need to do something because it is not very straight, especially the rows with the popcorns!!

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  18. Hi, first of all what a gorgeous pattern! I keep seeing it made on Instagram and when I received some beautiful yarn as a gift this morning this pattern was the first that came to mind – it’s worsted weight wool and my question is, what size hook would you suggest? I’m thinking 6mm or maybe even 7mm? Would really appreciate your input please! Thank you 🙂

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    1. Thank you! I very rarely use worsted wheight yarn so I really cant tell. But I think it will get to “heavy” if you use a small needle. Bigger needle would give a more beautiful drape. My tip is to visit Ravelry.com and look att the shawls others made and see what hook they have used. So many different yarns showing of there 🙂

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      1. Thank you yes I’m thinking bigger is better! I’ve been going through the related ravelry stuff, found one person who says it would work well in worsted for winter, but nobody that’s actually done it. Maybe I will be the first 🙂 I think I might try with an 8mm and just see what happens. Can always frog. Ooooooh and now I’m thinking, I remembered I have some Scheepjes stonewashed! That would be more perfect I think? Ah choices choices lol. Thanks for responding, and for making your beautiful pattern freely accessible 🙂

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  19. Loving the challenge of learning new stitches that this glory is teaching me, but for some reason I just cannot figure out what I’m supposed to be doing in row 14. The photos in the pattern are very good, but my brain is not not grasping this one.

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      1. Got it figured out actually, but thanks.
        I also opted to restart with a fluffier yarn along some other colorways of yarn, that a friend and I had dyed, and a larger hook to get a more open effect and to enhance the different textures.

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  20. What pattern is used for the popcorn stitch?

    There are many different ways to do a popcorn stitch.

    What is your pattern, as it is not included in the instructions.

    Thank you

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    1. Hi! If you look in the pattern, some stitches is marked with *, and those are explained in my stitch tutorial page. In the pattern is a link you can use or you can go to the page under menu here on my blog 🙂

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  21. Could you make this shawl with 3-threaded yarn with crochet hook 3, or would it not translate well? Beautiful shawl!

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  22. Hello. I’m still a beginner and I’m just trying to see if there is any way of getting the stitch count for every row in the repeated block of 15-26.y first repeat has 51dc on one side and 52dc on the other and not sure which is correct… I’m having so much fun making this. Thank you 💜

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    1. Hi! I dont have the stitch count for the following rows, Im sorry. Im not sure which row you mean, but if you check the stitch count on the previous you can se if it was an even or uneven number of dc’s 😊

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  23. Thank you
    Beatiful beatiful pattern
    I’m using Sheepjes Whirl and hook 3,5
    Almost ready
    Loving it
    Should I water and stretch it after ready? And if yes, what way you prefer and how much stretchen? As much as i can? Or do they use to do that only when knitting wool shawl..??

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    1. Thank you! 💙 If you block your shawl you will get more stitch definition which I think often makes your work even more beautiful, though its a matter of taste 🙂 All natural fibers (and yarn with both natural and sytethic fibers) blocks well. I usually soak my work and then pin it with stainless steel pins on a flat surface. You shouldnt strech too hard but quite firm. When its all dry you can take of the pins. The blocking will hold until next wash 👍🏻

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  24. Lovely shawl but can’t seem to pull up the pattern… Could you send me a link …tried everything but it wouldn’t pull the pattern up for me. Please help me.. Love this shawl… Deborah Cox

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  25. Hi! I Love this shawl!💕 But i’m on row 27 and should jump back to row 15? But IT doesnt feel right? It will be on the backside? With popcorn and everything. IT feels wrong? If I continue every row will be different than before?

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  26. Un immense merci de partager le modèle de ce magnifique ouvrage et aussi de la traduction qui représente un gros travail supplémentaire !

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      1. I think this is just a huge thank you for this wonderful pattern. 🙂 )(Google translate says “A huge thank you to share the model of this magnificent work and also the translation which represents a big extra work!”)

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