This pretty crochet bandana pattern makes the perfect scarf. This Camello Bandana Scarf is a versatile scarf with multiple styling options.
If you would like to make this bigger to have a full size shawl, just continue the pattern repeats before working the final edging.
Crochet this pretty scarf with 1 single ball of Colorscape Yarn. A video tutorial has been created to show you how to begin the project and add the edging as you, instead of at the end of the project. I have also included the video tutorial for the repeat row sections. You can continue the repeats as many times as you'd like to make a longer scarf, before adding the final edging row. The matching hat pattern will be released later this week. This is the August, Scarf of the Month Club 2018 free pattern. Visit the blog post linked above to receive it, and the other 2 patterns this month for free :)
The Sanguine Scarf is a lovely lightweight scarf crocheted with Lion Brand Mandala Yarn. The stitch pattern is lacy and eye catching. The finished size is 49 inches long and 9 inches wide as written but if you would like a longer scarf to wrap around your neck multiple times you can simply continue on with the pattern instructions until you run out of yarn :) This scarf is crocheted in one-piece with the edging row designed right into the beginning of the pattern. This way you can match up your colors and continue the scarf smoothly and with only the beginning and ending yarn end needing to be sewn in. I love this stitch pattern and this easy scarf pattern. This scarf will make a great gift!
Fisherman's Wharf Shawl
The Fisherman’s Wharf Crochet Shawl is a short row shawl with a video guide to help you whip up your very own. During the testing of this shawl, I really enjoyed seeing all the yarn choices and colors. Feel free to get creative with your color choices! You'll have a great time working on this shawl while working on short rows to achieve a beautiful crescent shaped shawl. This is perfect for the all seasons with its styling possibilities.
This Fall Triangle Shawl Pattern for Beginners was inspired by the beautiful fall sunsets with seasonal changing of leaves colors as the temperatures begin to drop in the evening. When the evenings get longer, and the days get shorter we will have a beautiful color palette to view outside. The beautiful shawl has a pattern repeat of two rows. Start at the bottom tip of the shawl and continue to grow the size of the shawl increasing stitches with each row and working up the lacy shawl. The triangle shape is achieved by increasing stitches in each row by 4 stitches.
Today's free crochet pattern is the Ferne Sideways Shawl, this beautiful shawl is such a joy to make as it uses simple crochet stitches to make a minimalist design but still looks absolutely stunning on! When creating the Ferne Sideways Shawl i took the design from the Ferne Asymmetrical Shawl and created it sideways and even though it's the same design it still looks different. Working a shawl up in filet crochet makes this shawl a perfect quick and mindless project to make and only takes four days to do if you crochet 220 yards a day! Since this is a filet crochet pattern you will be working the shawl pattern in only double crochet and chain stitches, once you have crocheted rows 1-7 from then on you will only follow a four row pattern repeat which is super easy to remember.