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Boho Great Granny Comfort Shawl

When I think about being comforted – I always think of my Nana. She really knew how to make me feel safe and cherished and loved. I decided to crochet a traditional granny stitch pattern and make it into my very own comfort shawl. Soft and warm and with a little bit of weight to it, the yarn I chose is perfect for this Comfort Shawl. This shawl can be crocheted in just a few hours – at a relaxed pace, it will probably take you 3 hours from start to finish.

Boho Great Granny Comfort Shawl

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Scarfie Bandana Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

When I began designing the Scarfie Bandana Cowl, I only had intentions on making it in adult sizes until I received a request for child sizes as well. She said she really wanted to make a mommy and me set so that’s when I decided to add in the toddler and child sizes. I had been dying to use one of Lion Brand Scarfie’s latest colorways, Mint/Silver, ever since it came out so I grabbed the yarn, grabbed my hook and off I went to swatch. As I was swatching I fell more and more in love with this self-striping yarn and knew it was the perfect yarn to bring my vision to life. If you haven’t crocheted with Lion Brand Scarfie yet, you really should go pick up a ball today!Scarfie Bandana Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

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The Boho Goddess Kimono Cardigan

Are you a Bohemian Goddess? You’ll feel like one in this Boho Goddess Kimono Cardigan! The cascading sunset colors and flowy feel give this summer cardigan a little touch of paradise. Plus, it’s made from super simple crochet stitches so even the newest of beginners can make it! Whether on the beach or just lounging around the house this stylish kimono is the perfect addition to your boho wardrobe. Did I mention it's beginner friendly? Oh yeah! It is!

The Boho Goddess Kimono Cardigan

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Easy Textured Crochet Scarf Pattern

I love making crochet scarves. They are not only fun to make but also very quick projects that you can easily complete in a day. Crochet scarves are also one of the great beginner crochet project to start with. They are typically worked in repeated rows which makes them very easy to follow pattern. You can also easily change the texture and look of the crochet scarf by changing the yarn and hook size according to your choice. Today am sharing the Pattern for a very Easy Textured Crochet Scarf. This is a easy to follow pattern where all you just need to know is to make Single Crochets and Double Crochets. By combining these two stitches in a methodical pattern you can create a lovely textured Crochet scarf. The size of this scarf can be customized according to your choice. You can easily start with any number of stitches you want and finish off after reaching the required size needed. You can make them as regular style scarf with free ends or make them little longer and join both the ends to make them into infinity scarf to wrap around your neck twice. Add fringe or tassels to the ends to make them more pretty. Materials Used:- Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn 4 mm Crochet Hook Size:- 7 / 35 Inches - can be customized to any sizeEasy Textured Crochet Scarf Pattern

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Gentle Solace Prayer Shawl

Feel comforted with this Gentle Solace Prayer Shawl. The unique design allows for beautiful spaces between stitches, which you can slip your fingers into and appreciate how gorgeous and artful crocheting can be. Make this for someone in need or someone whom you simply want to show how much you care about them. For this crochet shawl to be made with love is so powerful and healing as a gift. You can't go wrong with something soft and comfortable to wear, too.

Gentle Solace Prayer Shawl

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Brianna Sideways Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

"The Brianna Sideways Shawl is a bit different than other shawls i have done as i normally design them lacy but this stitch really stood out to me and not everyone wants to have a shawl that has lots of lace so i combined moss stitch with puff stitches and then threw in some hdc stitches to give it a bit of a break from such confined stitches and i really think it works! Working moss stitch in to a piece gives it a textured look and this area actually worked up really quick even though it consists of chain and single crochet stitches. Because of the closed stitches i would recommend it being more of a autumn winter shawl but this would actually look great as a scarf also! Please note this is a beginner plus crochet pattern."Brianna Sideways Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

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