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Dragon Belly

Firstly, the Dragon Belly pattern by Mijo Crochet has been translated to 11 languages, so it’s accessible to everyone. In particular this is true, because the Dragon Belly pattern is not complicated, yet the finished shawl is gorgeous.

Dragon Belly
The full article about this pattern is here:
Dragon Belly

More info about projects photographed on Ravelry here and here.


Windsurfer Shawl

This summer night shawl uses bands with two alternating color gradients to achieve a shimmering, alternating pattern. In particular, I love the visible spectrum and earth-tone combination.Windsurfer Shawl


The full tutorial you will find on Mijo Crochet blog:

Windsurfer Shawl

Edlothia Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

The Edlothia shawl is a beautiful, diaphanous and gauzy shoulder throw most evocative of a dragonfly wing. It’s likely the best summer shawl in terms of lacy, airy structure. Moreover, the delicate color gradient beautifully highlights the “almost-not-there” ephemeral structure of the shawl. This is a slightly more challenging pattern which befits a garment as gorgeous as the Edlothia shawl. Take it on as a challenge; as a way of keeping interested, if you are more advanced, and as a way of upping your game, if you’re not.Edlothia Shawl Free Crochet Pattern


The full article about this pattern is here:

 Edlothia Shawl

More details about the yarn and project photographed: AdeleGriffiths75’s shawl and Yukiko12’s shawl 

Ada Shawl

This shawl is worked flat starting at the tip working towards the opposite side of the triangle which gives this shawl an asymmetric shape which has been created by increasing on one side. Perfect project for beginners and for the more advanced crocheter and works up quickly. This pattern has been written for DK weight yarn but it is that versatile that it can be done using any weight yarn. This pattern has simple, easy to follow written instructions and does not include any charts. The pattern is written using American standard crochet terms. Hope you enjoy this beautiful design. Happy crocheting!

Ada Shawl 

Click here for the crochet pattern

The Proserpina V-stitch Shawl

A very easy crochet shawl that mostly uses V-stitches and a slight variation of it that I called V-puff stitch.The pattern is easy to memorize so you will not have to constantly look at the instructions, very relaxing!Accessible for beginners too. You can crochet the Proserpina V-Stitch Crochet Shawl with any yarn you like and the appropriate hook. If you use a much thicker yarn, your shawl is going to grow faster, so you will have to crochet fewer rows than the ones indicated in this pattern.For example, I crocheted one Proserpina Shawl using a cotton cake in Aran weight and a 5.5 mm crochet hook.

The Proserpina V-stitch Shawl

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Virus Shawl Free Knitting Pattern

How would you like to own a truly viral shawl? The virus shawl is all the rage: it’s colourful, it’s got a beautiful texture and its wildly popular. The pattern is easy to follow and works up quickly. Once you get the hang of it, it’s effortless, and can be made in a multitude of hues, or else toned down to one or two, for a more elegant look. Due to its size and relative simplicity, the Virus will be the best summer shawl for beginners to take on.

This subtle version of our favorite shawl brings back memories of summer. If you’re feeling a bit nostalgic and sentimental, use your state of mind as a source of inspiration to create this precious crochet gem in the most beautiful shades of the ocean.Virus Shawl Free Knitting Pattern

The full article about this pattern is here:

 Virus Shawl

More details about the yarn and project photographed: Craftsmumship’s project