Happily Ever After Shawl
In the beginning, crafting and creating this lacy shawl may look difficult to beginners. But you would love and have fun working on this mesmerizing patterned shawl. You can make this striking winter wrap for you and your friend to celebrate friendship day happily. People would love and flatter on this shawl because of its bright or vibrant colors. However, you can also go with neutral tones and combinations.
"The shawl is a great accessory for chilly mornings and late evenings when you only need a little something over your shoulders. In the spirit of the theme of the colour of the year, this colour combination is reminiscent of the many shades of blue of late evening and night sky. This pattern was featured in Happily Hooked Magazine July 2020. The shawl is worked flat with RS always facing; the pattern consists of alternating three colour sections: 6 rows in MC, 3 rows in CC1, 6 rows in MC and 3 rows in CC2. The first and last colour sections are in MC."
The easiest crochet triangle shawl ever! Learn how to crochet a beginner triangle shawl using only double crochet stitches. Gauge is not important for this project and the shawl can be made in any weight yarn! If you want to use fingering weight yarn like I used for this pattern, you will need approx 800 - 1000m. Have fun with colours (leftovers from your stash?) and stripes, or use a gradient yarn cake for this lovely easy crochet shawl pattern. You can use a worsted weight yarn for a winter shawl or a light weight yarn for a delicate summer shawl. Add a fringe or some tassels for extra flair! Measurements Shawl pictured measures 75in 190cm on the longest length and 39in 99cm depth after a light blocking
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.
This pattern is available for free. The Tuscan Moon Shawl is a pretty and quick shawl that echoes the stitch pattern of the Tuscan Sun Wrap but in a whole new shape and yarn! Shortly after debuting the Tuscan Sun Wrap, I got a reader request - a triangle shawl version! I knew the stitch pattern would present a challenge, but after lots of math and experimentation, I’d like to think I got it right. The Wrap was made with Red Heart An Italian Story Ombra, a lovely color shifting yarn with some wool in it. So for the Tuscan Moon Shawl, I wanted to highlight another great yarn that would work for either pattern, but has no wool in it - and Colorscape was the perfect choice!