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Fisherman's Wharf Shawl

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Fisherman's Wharf Shawl

The Fisherman’s Wharf Crochet Shawl is a short row shawl with a video guide to help you whip up your very own. During the testing of this shawl, I really enjoyed seeing all the yarn choices and colors. Feel free to get creative with your color choices! You'll have a great time working on this shawl while working on short rows to achieve a beautiful crescent shaped shawl. This is perfect for the all seasons with its styling possibilities.

Fisherman's Wharf Shawl

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Ombre Crescent Moon Shawl

Shawls and Wraps

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.

Ombre Crescent Moon Shawl

Moon Goddess Crescent Shawl

Shawls and Wraps

Crescent shawls are easier to tie than triangle shawls. Like triangle shawls, they can also be worn as scarves or shawls. This simple pattern is perfect for highlighting a special yarn to make an accessory you can wear year-round. This pattern was designed for the Make It For Me event with ELK Studio. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, single crochet Crocheting flat in rows, increasing, crocheting in chain spaces Skill Level Easy Finished Size Adult: 50” (127 cm) wingspan at widest points x 19” (48 cm) spine. Materials Serendipidye Dyeworks Kings Mountain O’Sparkle DK yarn (75% superwash Merino wool/20% nylon/5% stellina, 3.5 oz/100 g, 230 yd/210 m) - 3 skeins in Tink, or approximately 620 yd/567 m in any light weight yarn. US Size H-8/5 mm crochet hook, or any size needed to obtain correct gauge. Yarn needle. Gauge Exact gauge is not critical for this project. Use a crochet hook larger than you would for this weight of yarn to achieve a drape that you prefer.

Moon Goddess Crescent Shawl

Crescent Butterfly Shawl

Shawls and Wraps

Crescent Butterfly Shawl

The Crescent Butterfly Shawl is the 9th butterfly shawl crocheted in the series. I've been waiting to use this black, gray and white 1000 meter yarn cake for just the right design and I believe I found it! This butterfly shawl is made using an easy repeat just like all the others, though a touch is needed every 10 rows once you start your repeat row. I was limited only by the 1000 meter skein but this design can reach any size you desire by just repeating the pattern repeat. Find all my video tutorials on my YouTube Page @meladora1 For this project you will need: HOOK: 4 mm hook or size G hook for the US YARN: I used a 1000 meter Yarn cake from YarnArt’s “Flower” collection. #253 Content: 55% Organic Cotton 45% Anti Pilling Acrylic Ball Weight: 250 g (8.8 oz) Yarn Weight: 1 : Fingering Yarn Length: 1000 m (1093 yd)

Liath Crescent Shawl

Shawls and Wraps

Pattern for a Crescent shaped Crochet Shawl! An easy open lace crochet stitch, is used to create this delicate shawl. It is a simple and beautiful, bottom-up crochet pattern for a wide triangle shawl. The interesting edging adds a stylish twist and pop of colour. You will only need One Skein of fingering weight yarn and 50g of a contrast colour! Shawl pictured measures 76in [193cm] wide x 21in [53cm] depth after blocking You can use 600m of any fingering weight yarn or yarn weight of your choice and matching hook.

Liath Crescent Shawl

Crochet Seeing Stripes Shawl

Shawls and Wraps

Make this stylish and worth-wearing seeing stripes triangle shawl using a free pattern and details about the chain and Tunisian crochet techniques. Use a double-ended crochet hook and cotton yarn to create these seeing stripes wrap. You can DIY this shawl for your friend on her birthday. The creation of this shawl requires intermediate crochet skills.

Crochet Seeing Stripes Shawl