This shawl is an asymmetrical design which is deceptively easy to make. Choose your favourite fingering weight or DK weight yarn, and crochet the repeat pattern until you reach the size you want. Perfect for relaxing during Netflix binges! You can make your shawl following the colour sequence shown or have fun making your own. The shawl would also look amazing in a gradient cake yarn. Versatile and easy pattern, perfect for any yarn in your stash
The Crax Gradient Shawl will allow you to create a large crochet shawl with fascinating mosaic crochet design using your favourite gradient yarn. Crax Gradient Shawl is a generously sized shawl worked sideways on the bias, from one tip to the opposite edge. The compination of asymmetric triangle shaping and mosaic colorwork using a gradient yarn makes this pattern a great project for those of you looking to expand your crochet skills. Although the pattern is written in one size, it could be easily made larger or smaller by adding or omitting pattern repeats. The shifting colors keep the work interesting. Team up your favourite gradient yarn (self-striping yarn) with a contrasting solid and create this intriguing Crax Gradient Shawl. The pattern uses US crochet terminology and includes step-by-step mosaic crochet tutorial.
You'll love having the stylish Any Season Asymmetrical Crochet Shawlette in your wardrobe! This easy crochet pattern is one you can wear any day of the year.
From the blogger: "A beautiful shawlette pattern to show off that gorgeous hank of yarn you've been saving! It features an asymmetrical look that and can be worn all year long, hence the name, Any Season Asymmetrical Crochet Shawlette! The shawlette requires 1 hank fingering weight yarn, approximately 445 yds (shown here in Manos del Uruguay Alegria in the colorway A2545 Pewter), or more for a larger shawl, a US E / 3.5 mm hook, and scissors and needle.
Trying out my hand at designing a crochet Asymmetrical shawl. I've made several Butterfly Shawls designs and wanted to try something new. I really like the way you can wear these Asymmetrical shawls, it's reminds me something between a cowl and a regular shawl the way I've seen it worn. I found the perfect stitch that looks great from both sides. Me and my husband actually like the way the back of the stitch looks better than the front side of the stitch. Which for us makes this a double sided Asymmetrical shawl! I'll let you decide. I really hope you enjoy this Asymmetrical shawl as much as I did making it. This shawl measures Wide 31 inches or 130 cms Tall = 36 inches or 91 cms For this project you will need: HOOK: 4 mm hook or size G hook for the US YARN: 3 skeins of ply 3 yarn ply US, 8 ply AU Each skein is: 100 grams / 3.53 oz 280 meters / 307 yards a marker
Such a great pattern and perfect to Netflix and crochet with a fabulous repeat. This pattern is meant to be used as a roadmap. I suggest following this simple pattern the first time you make it to get used to crochet on the bias, and to understand the shaping. Then try things out like adding stripes or trim or fringe. This pattern can also be a great stash buster! You can try this with almost any yarn - I suggest worsted as the thickest weight but have also made this with sport and fingering weights and been so pleased with the results.
When sat there working the Boux rectangle shawl up which you can find here, i came up with the idea of doing an asymmetrical shawl using the same stitch pattern. Now i will be very honest, in the past when designing an asymmetrical shawl i always used the filet crochet method and i had never designed a shawl with an actual stitch pattern so it took a little more working out than normal (but not as much as the one that i am currently working on, new pattern coming soon YAY!) but the Boux asymmetrical shawl turned out just how i wanted it and it is actually one of my most personal favorites to date, i think because there was a sense of achievement in something i had never done before.