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Providence Scarf

One skein of Lion Brand Shawl In A Ball is all you need to complete this stunning fringe scarf. The yarn does all the color work for you and your finished product will be eye-catching no matter what color you choose.

Providence Scarf

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Any Season Shawl

This Any Season Shawl is an easy asymmetrical crochet shawlette made from just one skein of yarn. If you are looking for a shawl in a ball pattern, here is one to add to your crochet pattern library. Today I used one skein of Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball Restful Rainbow. This pattern starts off with an initial 12 rows of crochet. After that, rows 9-12 are repeated until the desired length and width is reached or the skein of yarn is gone. This is an asymmetrical shawl; therefore, the increase is only done on one side of the shawl. Couple the beautiful skein of yarn with an easy crochet pattern. The rainbow of colors in this shawl make it the perfect accessory for any number of fashion styles. It is great worn with weekend wear, going out to dinner with family and friends, and work.

Any Season Shawl

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Ball of Ladders Shawl

From the Blogger: “Grab your favorite color of Shawl in a Ball by Lion brand to create this fun shawl that looks like it’s full of tiny ladders. All you need is one ball to make this pretty triangle. The pattern is a super-simple 2 row repeat, so once you get the hang of it, it’s a great project to travel with, or to just sit and make while watching TV or chatting with friends. Use more or less yarn to make it larger or smaller.”Ball of Ladders Shawl

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Crochet Spiked Triangle Shawl

This crochet spiked triangle shawl is an easy first shawl to make. This crochet pattern also comes with a video tutorial for those that prefer learning visually. The spikes on the ends add a soft flair to the comfy scarf. You could wear this around your neck like a bandanna scarf or even as a shawlette. This worked up rather quickly. Need a quick gift for someone or want to make one for yourself to wear? Do you have a few skeins of Red Heart Unforgettable yarn in your stash? I happened to see this beautiful yarn in the store a few weeks ago and I added some to my stash. This shawl took two full skeins for the shawl itself and about a quarter of the third skein for the spiked fringe. If you can complete a single crochet and a slip stitch, you can add the spiked fringe to the edge of the shawl. I think it adds such a fun spark to this crochet project. And you can wash the shawl without the fringe coming out.

Crochet Spiked Triangle Shawl

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Fringe Pocket Scarf

  • Designed by Jessica Cooper

This amazing fringe pocket shawl is made with 1 skein of yarn (Caron Big Cakes Yarn), so it’s super chunky and warm. It’s the perfect scarf for fall and winter time. The best part is, it has super comfy pockets! The finished scarf is 84”.

Fringe Pocket Scarf

PHOTOS by Jessica Cooper / Ravelry.com

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Leilani Crochet Shawl

"I absolutely love fringe. This particularly flower fringe is worked simultaneously with the rows of the shawl for a seamless finish. Especially with color work and stripes, making the fringe within the rows of the pattern allows you to easily match up the colors of the fringe with the stripes, too. This would be a great stash buster if you changed the color after every row; it would be beautiful in a single color, or you could change color every 2 rows like the sample shown. This shawl features 1 ball each of 4 colors of Be So Baby Yarn: orchid, princess, aquamarine and peacock teal."Leilani Crochet Shawl

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