Hello friends! another year is about to wrap up. I had my ups and downs, but some of the best moments I've had were definitely the ones spent making crafts. This is the last post for 2018, made with love and yarn that is 20% wool, very suitable for the winter, and it has some twists in its design; it's not the traditional triangle-shape, and it has a unique color combination. I am hoping 2019 will bring with it new Ideas, new yarn, more posts and more joyful times that alleviate the stress during bad days. I wish you all the same. Happy new year to you all!
The Joyful Josie Shawl is inspired by my dear friend Josie (10) who has the same condition as me. Josie is a competition swimmer; just like I was at her age. Therefore I chose a yarn cake that has blue tones - the color of water. I used a simple stitch which is a combination of single crochet and double crochet stitches on top of each other, which gives a beautiful texture. For the shape I chose a round crochet shawl design based on the waves in the water. Thanks to the round shape the shawl can be worn in different ways: like a normal scarf/ shawl or as a wrap around the shoulders.
This pattern is available for free. The Tuscan Moon Shawl is a pretty and quick shawl that echoes the stitch pattern of the Tuscan Sun Wrap but in a whole new shape and yarn! Shortly after debuting the Tuscan Sun Wrap, I got a reader request - a triangle shawl version! I knew the stitch pattern would present a challenge, but after lots of math and experimentation, I’d like to think I got it right. The Wrap was made with Red Heart An Italian Story Ombra, a lovely color shifting yarn with some wool in it. So for the Tuscan Moon Shawl, I wanted to highlight another great yarn that would work for either pattern, but has no wool in it - and Colorscape was the perfect choice!
The classic triangle shape and lacy stitches make the Primrose and Proper shawl pattern a warm, yet beautiful project to dress up your wardrobe this winter. The simple single, half-double, and double crochet stitches mean this pattern is easy, and even an advanced beginner should be able to crochet this without too much trouble. The pattern is an easy 4-row repeat, but I've included stitch counts for several rows to help keep you on track. The best thing about triangle shawl patterns is that you can make them as long as you want! Step-by-step tassel instructions are also included in the pattern.
Are you looking for a shawl pattern that's perfect for just about any occasion? Look no further than the classic styled wine country triangle shawl - a shawl that's perfect for wearing while sipping wine as the sun sets over the vineyards. It has a light and airy feel yet gives just the perfect amount of warmth to ward off the chill of nightfall. This versatile shawl can also be worn in a multitude of ways, from a traditional wrap style to the more modern triangle scarf style.
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.