Why in the world would you want a plain crocheted shawl, when you can sprout wings this fall? You can make your own beautiful Feather Wing Crochet Shawl, and I’m simply over the moon about this design!
This gorgeous pattern would be perfect in so many different colors — maybe even a rainbow colored shawl.
This is an easy and free crochet pattern for Wings of Prayer Shawl with photo tutorial in each step. This is a gorgeous shawl in fan design stitch that compliments the design as it gets bigger. The concept of the wing design becomes more obvious when you view the shawl from the back. This Wings of Prayer Shawl is crocheted in flat, start in the upper middle towards the bottom of the pointed shawl. You may easily modify the sizes by just adding the repeat rows indicated. This shawl is in 4 rows repeat. This is easy enough for beginners just having a cluster and picot knowledge in crochet.
This beautiful quick prayer shawl pattern features gorgeous, vintage looking lace and incredible colors. Both the shawl in the first, as well as the one in the second pictures, are the same pattern, just made in different sizes, so as you can see, they're pretty easy to adjust.
PHOTOS by Lion Brand Yarn / Ravelry.com
This ombre crescent moon shawl is a semi-circular shawl that uses the double crochet stitch and a number two fine yarn to achieve this beautiful, classy accessory. Crocheting with Thread-Like Yarn For years, I was a bit nervous to try using the fine yarn for crochet projects. However, there are just so many gorgeous yarns available now. I had purchased several cakes of yarn in different colors a few months ago. Rather than being a triangle or asymmetrical shawl as I have done in the past, it worked in a semi-circular design. The colors along with the flowy drape make this shawl look very classy. This is an easy crochet pattern to work with lovely results.
This pattern is available for free. The Tuscan Moon Shawl is a pretty and quick shawl that echoes the stitch pattern of the Tuscan Sun Wrap but in a whole new shape and yarn! Shortly after debuting the Tuscan Sun Wrap, I got a reader request - a triangle shawl version! I knew the stitch pattern would present a challenge, but after lots of math and experimentation, I’d like to think I got it right. The Wrap was made with Red Heart An Italian Story Ombra, a lovely color shifting yarn with some wool in it. So for the Tuscan Moon Shawl, I wanted to highlight another great yarn that would work for either pattern, but has no wool in it - and Colorscape was the perfect choice!
I designed the Once in a Blue Moon Triangle Scarf to be an easy, one skein project that is accessible for beginners. The whole scarf, including the tassels is made with 1 Caron Chunky cake. The colourway I've used with this pattern is called Once in a Blue Moon. You'll need a 12mm crochet hook for this pattern and knowledge of the following stitches/techniques: SC = Single Crochet DC = Double Crochet MC = Magic Circle SL ST = slip stitch Working in rows