The Bat Wing Shawl was designed with the declining number of bats in North America in mind. About six million bats have died from a fungus, which is one of the worst animal population declines in the last hundred years. Bats are majestic creatures that have inspired many cultural phenomena like Batman, Dracula, and the children's classic book Stellaluna. They deserve our support as a species, so what better way than to commemorate them with a crochet pattern?
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Stellaluna Crochet Shawl
This is a beautiful crochet shawl worked from the bottom up. The motifs are crocheted first, then the shawl is crocheted in decreasing rows. The pattern is written to be easily adaptable: add more motifs for a larger shawl. The repeat for the rows is an even multiple of 17 sts per motif. It is shown in Be So Vivid Yarn, which you can find on my website, as well as the full pattern. Can't wait to see what you create!"
Majestic Skies Crochet Shawl Pattern
While this beautiful crochet motif would be gorgeous in a solid color, Kristin has taken it to another level with 4 gorgeous colors! In this pattern she will show you how to take a square motif, join it together to create a fabric, manipulate it to create triangle motifs in rounds AND rows, and even create an edging ALL WITHIN the same stitch pattern. And what a stunning shawl that results! Scroll to the bottom of the free pattern page for all charts and a how-to tutorial video.
Feather Wing Crochet Shawl Pattern
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.
I just released the V stitch Butterfly Shawl, and now I'm starting on my second yarn cake! I'm trying my hand at another Butterfly-style shawl. Something funny happened when I was crocheting it. When I showed my husband the design, he said it looked more like a bat. Then my daughter said it's a Bat-terfly shawl! So this shawl got its name before it got very big! As you can see in the picture, it does look like a bat or moth! But Moth-erfly didn't sound as good LOL.
Amazing Grace Angel Wing Shawl
Amazing Grace Free Pattern Series is all about paying it forward, helping others and specifically.. Breast Cancer Awareness!! The Amazing Grace Angel Wing Shawl is the 24th free crochet pattern in the Amazing Grace Series… This lovely shawl is made using the Amazing Grace stitch pattern just like all the other patterns in the series… Using Red Heart It's a Wrap Yarn Rainbows in Whisper makes this an elegant and flowing accessory… The self striping yarn does all the work for you!!! To read more about the Amazing Grace Project, please click on the Amazing Grace tab at the top of the page!