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Wish Me Luck Shawl

The Wish Me Luck Shawl is perfect to make as a special gift for friends and family who can use some extra luck. It's a simple pattern with unique clover border. Pattern also includes instructions on how to make a shamrock border (which has 3 leaves instead of 4) which is great if you're looking for something green and festive to crochet for St. Patrick’s Day. The shawl is mainly made out of double crochet stitches and chains and includes a video tutorial.

Wish Me Luck Shawl

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Autumn Leaves Shawl

The crochet Autumn Leaves Shawl is a great crochet project for fall. It’s truly inspired by falling leaves, with the burnt & brown orange color featured in the pictures. The crochet Autumn Leaves Shawl is a great newbie friendly crochet shawl if you want to try Tunisian crochet. The shawl rows repeats throughout the shawl, & keeping track of stitch count is easy. What’s most fun about this shawl is the amazing shape it creates & the fact that you only need 1 skein to make it.

Autumn Leaves Shawl

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Red Clover

A very pretty shawl design with a lovely drape, using approx. 400m of fingering weight yarn. One beautiful skein of yarn is all that is needed to show off this asymmetrical shawl in an easy 4-row repeat pattern. Made using basic crochet stitches that combine to create an interesting pattern, that is relaxing and quick to crochet. Materials LITLG Life In The Long Grass: 4 Ply/fine sock - 75% SW Merino /25% Nylon - 100g/435m Colour - Saturn 4mm crochet hook You can use approx. 400m of any fingering weight yarn or yarn weight of your choice and matching hook. Measurements Shawl pictured measures 68in 173cm on the longest length and 17in 43cm depth after blockingRed Clover

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Amazing Grace Lucky Green Shawl

Here's a beautiful and colorful crochet pattern that you will love to wear on St. Patrick's Day and even into spring.

From the blogger: "The Amazing Grace Lucky Green Shawl is the 21st pattern in the Amazing Grace Series…These patterns are dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness! To read more on my story about this series, click on the Amazing Grace Tab at the top of my website beatriceryandesigns.com…I fell in love with this green self-striping yarn by Premier Yarns…I had so much fun working with it and creating this triangular shawl…I hope you love it too!!"

Amazing Grace Lucky Green Shawl

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Extra Special Summer Lace Scarf

Get ready for the best accessory of the season with this Extra Special Summer Lace Scarf. If you've always wanted to crochet with lace but didn't know where to start, this is your chance. This crochet lace scarf is perfect for the warm weather when you want to wear a tank top but not feel too bare around the shoulders. Crochet lace is fun to use and creates an extra special project that is light, unique, and beautiful all in one. This crochet scarf project is also a good one to wear as fall is beginning as it's a light scarf that won't feel too weighty underneath a light fall jacket. 

Extra Special Summer Lace Scarf

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Victoriana Shawl

Make a bold statement by combining color blocking and thin stripes in this lacy, rectangular shawl. This pattern was designed for the Celebrate Mom Blog Hop with Pattern Paradise. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, single crochet, slip stitch Crocheting flat in rows (for color blocked and striped sections), crocheting in the round (for border) Changing colors (with linked video tutorial) Cluster stitches and picots (with linked video tutorials) Skipping stitches, crocheting in chain spaces Crocheting in the underside of foundation chain (with linked video tutorial) Blocking (with linked tutorial) Skill Level Intermediate Finished Size Adult: 10” (25.5 cm) wide x 66” (167.5 cm) long after blocking. Materials Murky Depths Deep Sock yarn (80% superwash Merino wool/20% nylon, 3.5 oz/100 g, 400 yd/366 m) – 1 skein each in Scion (CA) and The Brothers Grimm (CB), or approximately 400 yd (366 m) each in CA and CB in any super fine weight yarn. US H-8/5 mm crochet hook, or any size needed to obtain pleasing drape. Yarn needle. Clover Quick Locking Stitch Marker Set, or locking stitch markers. Spray blocking supplies (pins, blocking board or mat, and spray bottle with cold water). Gauge Exact gauge is not critical for this project. Use a crochet hook that is several sizes larger than what is recommended for your yarn to create a pleasing drape.

Victoriana Shawl

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