From the blogger: "The Mehr shawl is made using the beautiful Scheepjes Stardust yarn and the delicate lace pattern gives it a lovely drape. It will be perfect for when the weather is just a little cold and you need something light to cover yourself with. This shawl can be paired with any outfit and it would also make a lovely wedding wrap! Mehr means ‘grace’ in Hindi This pattern is a 4 row repeat and is very easy to make once you get the hang of the repeats. The pattern is written for one size but it is easily adjustable and you can stop whenever you want! This tested pattern contains: Complete list of materials Written Instructions Pattern Chart"
Add a rainbow shawl to your cover-up collection when you check out this free crochet shawl pattern. Worked up in eye-catching colors, you will love how easy peasy and pretty the Feather and Fan Shawl is to complete.
In the Blogger's Words: "The Feather and Fan shawl is modern twist on the traditional fan pattern. The lacy stitch repeat gives the shawl a great drape, while still keeping you warm during cooler summer evenings. The pattern is easy to modify in height and width: instructions are included in the pattern. It's suitable for confident beginners that are not afraid to use a fine yarn. Once you get the hang of the pattern, it's amazing to see your shawl grow!"
Difficulty Level: Easy
Crochet Hook: E/4 or 3.5 mm hook
Yarn Weight: (2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)
Finished Size: 68 cm by 160 cm (27 by 63 inch)
Scheepjes Alpaca Rhythm
From the blogger: "This shawl pattern is an easy 2 row repeat that uses weight #3 light worsted yarn and a US Size G-4.00mm crochet hook. Difficulty level is Easy. Pattern is worked from a narrow end and widens with increases in ever other row. This shawl design would be very easy to use a different weight yarn. You would just use the recommended hook size for that yarn you'd be using. This is a perfect shawl to make as a gift or to make for yourself. "
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!!"
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.
I love working with fingering weight yarn and the Scheepjes Whirl series has such a great selection of colors to choose from! For this pattern, I picked the Passion Fruit Melt Whirl and combined it with the Rose Whirlette. The colorwork in this pattern is achieved by switching yarn after every few rows.
I have always admired projects made with the Moss Stitch and I wanted to use it to design a shawl pattern. This shawl is entirely made up of the Moss Stitch - so, all you need to know is how to make chains and single crochet stitches!
This was my happy, mindless project that I could make without paying much attention to it. Once you figure out the pattern repeats, it is very easy to make!
Disha means ‘direction’ in Hindi.
There is a small bonus in this pattern too! :)
This pattern contains:
Complete list of materials
Charts to make the entire shawl
Video tutorials for all stitches and techniques used in this pattern.
A support video that shows you how to make the shawl with all the tricky bits explained.