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Spice Road Easy Crochet Scarf

Follow the ancient spice roads across land and sea, to the rich, earthy colors of cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, and turmeric. Indulge your senses in the textures and vibrance of an open air spice market. Spice Road is an easy, crochet scarf pattern that leads you on a journey through color and texture, accented by airy, lace insets. The pattern includes instructions for adjusting both the width and the length, so you can make this scarf in any size you like!

Spice Road Easy Crochet Scarf

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Apple Cinnamon Crochet Shawl

If you're looking for a bright and fashionable shoulder wrap, you can't go wrong with this Apple Cinnamon Crochet Shawl. The easy shawl will brighten up any outfit and you can also add a pretty brooch for an extra piece of flair. This shawl features a cowl neck, so you don't need to worry about your neck getting cold on chilly days. This free crochet shawl pattern is easy to make and will give you a great deal of satisfaction once you complete the final beautiful stitch. Wrap yourself in style and sophistication with this richly colored, delicate crochet shawl.

Apple Cinnamon Crochet Shawl

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Mountain Land Scarf

Go grab yourself one skein of the Loops and Threads Barcelona yarn by Michaels! It's all you'll need to make this amazing scarf with all the fabulous color changes. What's even better is that you just get to have fun crocheting and not worry about having to weave any ends but the first and last one. It's a life saver for a last minute project for that someone special whether it's a birthday gift or maybe a Christmas Present. Enjoy!

Mountain Land Scarf

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Sea Shells Shawl

The Sea Shells Shawl is made using four crochet stitches which creates this beautiful and intricate lacy shell design. The shawl is crocheted in one piece starting at one end and working in rows all way to the other end which makes it a rectangle shape. It’s an absolute dream to work up and can be made quite quickly once you get used to the stitch layout. I would say this pattern is for the intermediate crocheter due to knowing where to put your stitches. I have explained it as well as possible in the free pattern below so if you are a advanced beginner crocheter you may want to try it out. This Sea Shells Shawl pattern is made in one size but in the paid pattern I have included the multiples so you can make it in any size that you would prefer and with your ideal yarn.Sea Shells Shawl

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Journey Through The Stones Crochet Shawl

"This shawl is worked sideways from end-to-end. It starts off at the tip on one side and gradually grows by 1 stitch with each row until the widest section, which is in the middle. Then each row decreases by 1 stitch until you reach the tip on the other side. Lacy Crochet Border When I first purchased the yarn, I had chosen four colors and had planned to make something using all four. When first starting out this shawl, I was thinking of using just three of the colors. They look lovely together; however, as I was nearing the end of the length of the shawl on the decreasing side, I decided to use all four colors. The darker cypress color really helps add depth and makes the clay color pop. "Journey Through The Stones Crochet Shawl

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Road Trip Scarf

Next, a road trip scarf will be a colorful addition to your summer outfit, especially since it matches jeans worn on weekend adventures. Moreover, you can easily adjust size of the pattern by accordingly increasing or decreasing the number of row repeats.

Road Trip Scarf 
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Road Trip Scarf

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