This light and lacy butterfly scarf inspired by Lady Edith, of Downton Abbey, and how marvelous she looks in Green. I always felt she was the beauty of the 3 girls. She was always overlooked, and under-appreciated. She is Elegant, yet simple. Quiet, yet Strong.
Lady Mary's Triangle Scarf Crochet Pattern is made from an elegant yarn that Lady Mary would love. She is such a fashionista! It is a lovely yarn to work with, and has a wonderful drape." This gorgeous red yarn has a subtle shine to it, giving this crochet scarf pattern the posh and elegant sheen that high fashion loves.
This is my third crochet pattern inspired by the television series Downton Abbey. I have named each design after each of the ladies on the series. This design reminds me of Lady Sybil, as she was so sweet, kind, and thoughtful of others. The pattern is really quite simple and yet classy as well. It is stitched with a large crochet hook to give it the open, lacy effect.
The Butterfly Fling Crochet Shawl is fun, flirty and fast to create! This crochet pattern is best for intermediate crocheters due to the intricacies of the lacy pattern, but the end result is delightfully patterned and oh-so-stylish. Work this up in any color for your new go-to shawl, and the next time you're getting ready to leave the house, toss this beauty in your bag or throw it on for some instant and effortless style.
From the Blogger: "This is the first in my Fling Series which is named because you just fling it on, add a pin and you're ready to go! This project uses a really interesting and unusual stitch pattern producing fabulously lacy results.
This beautiful shawl is such a great way to showcase the beauty of the yarn. Jaycee Butterfly Shawl is not only a lovely addition to any wardrobe, but also a very easy project, that’s perfect for beginners.
You will find this free pattern here. More info here.
From the Blogger: “If you want a lightweight garment that is airy and soft, yet can keep you warm during a sudden Autumn breeze, then this is for you! The simple construction uses two rectangular panels that are stitched together. The stitches are easy and work in a four row repeat that you can quickly memorize! This example is crocheted using Bernat Softee Baby yarn to keep it lightweight, but any light weight yarn will work. The buttons along the sides are optional. You don't have to work any button holes since the lacy pattern provides the perfect sized spaces.