Varying widths of off white, grey and black come together to work up this Ombre Shawl, producing a gorgeous blend of color. As the designer says, "this is definitely not your granny’s shawl! The gorgeous stitch texture and modern striping help this shawl pair just as easily with your favorite pair of jeans as it does over a little black dress, and it can be easily customized to any size you like." This shawl is perfect for summer nights, when the temperatures drop without the sun, and can easily be worn into the fall as a light layering piece. If neutral shades aren't your style, work this crochet shawl up with shades of your favorite color, or mix and match hues to create a shawl that's uniquely you.
Missing Holiday Sun Shawl is a crescent shaped Tunisian crochet shawl combining traditional looking Tunisian simple stitch with rows of lace. It is constructed top down and uses 200 g of sport weight yarn that is light enough for spring and summer but still gives a bit of warmth, which lends it to be a great layering option for chillier evenings and long walks outside. The Shawl is worked flat, RS facing from right to left.
When Red Heart debuted it’s An Italian Story yarn line, I couldn’t wait to get started designing with it! The Ombra caught my eye right away - and when I put the pink and orange colorways together, they immediately reminded me of a beautiful sunrise - and that inspired the Tuscan Sun Wrap! The Tuscan Sun Wrap is a simple, center out, rectangular shawl worked in a four-row repeat. It’s easy to customize for your perfect size. And it’s easy to memorize, making this the perfect pattern to crochet while traveling the Tuscan countryside - or binging travel shows from the couch!
The Summer Morning shawl with ombre hues is a beautiful, airy yet solid shawl that will be a great touch of summer during these dreary fa;; days. While the airy structure gives it lots of lightness, the solid stitching in between gives it lots of drape and a lot of body, to keep your shoulders and neck warm and toasty as you go about town (or from the kitchen to your favorite armchair with a good cuppa). As a consequence of its more dense stitching, it’ll be the best summer shawl for a cooler evening. The shawl done in ombre shades, can be made to match any taste or outfit. You can make one in summery pastels, but fall earthtones also work well.
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"The Blossom Wrap is designed for those cool summer nights or overcast days. It pairs well with your favorite sundress or tank for that little bit of coverage during the late summer nights outdoors. The design is worked in short rows from one end to the other and works up quickly with only a two row repeat! Using Caron Cotton Cakes gives a gorgeous drape with the cotton blend, and just enough warmth! With an easy stitch pattern to adjust you can make the Blossom Wrap to almost any size! Large or smal, wrap or scarf! Experiment with colour and fibres to create the perfect piece! "
This Fall Triangle Shawl Pattern for Beginners was inspired by the beautiful fall sunsets with seasonal changing of leaves colors as the temperatures begin to drop in the evening. When the evenings get longer, and the days get shorter we will have a beautiful color palette to view outside. The beautiful shawl has a pattern repeat of two rows. Start at the bottom tip of the shawl and continue to grow the size of the shawl increasing stitches with each row and working up the lacy shawl. The triangle shape is achieved by increasing stitches in each row by 4 stitches.