Tulip Square Shawl
However, if the previous summer shawl wasn’t airy enough for you, this one surely will be.In particular, I like the alternating bands of lacy voids.
Want to get the natural colors and flowers in your DIY shawl? Create this attractive and enchanting Tulip crochet shawl with lightweight DK yarn and a 6.00mm crochet hook. If you are familiar with chain and basic crochet stitches, it will be easier to work on this patterned shawl. Give this shawl an embellishing look by adding the tassels if you desired.
This free crochet pattern is for a Chevron Shawl with alternating rows of solif and filet ripples. This pattern is made using Truboo yarn from Lion Brand and includes a full video tutorial for the pattern. This is an easy design that can easily be adjusted to the length you prefer. The Tulip Chevron Shawl is extra long making it perfect for dresses or nights out on the town. The color possibilities for this lovely shawl are endless!
The Single Skein Tulip Scarf is the perfect pattern to make for the spring and summer months. Worked in double crochet using any variegated yarn of your choice, this colorful crocheted scarf features a beautiful light and lacy fan design that's sure to complement any outfit. It is crocheted lengthwise and the finished scarf measures 4.5 inches wide and 56 inches long. Of course, it's easy to adjust the size if you want. All you need is one skein of yarn to work up this free crochet pattern.
This beginner triangle shawl pattern is easy to make smaller or larger. Simply crochet a repeat of R2 an even number of times - this will allow the edging to work for the shawl. This is crocheted in a lighter weight yarn, so the shawl is also lighter weight when you are wearing it. It is not heavy like a blanket. This simple shawl is an everyday shawl. Something you can make and wear for comfort, with your cozy pants, or just to keep the chill off when you are sitting on your back deck enjoying a cup of coffee (or glass of your favorite wine). This shawl will also work well as a Prayer Shawl or for donation purposes. I designed this slightly larger because I am larger myself (a petite 3X) and I wanted a shawl I could wear out on my back deck! My sister, Kelley, is modelling the shawl for the photos and she is much daintier and a size Small . It is an oversized shawl for her.