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!
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.
Vintage Peach is a light and airy one skein crochet triangle shawl. The pattern is simplicity at its best! Once you have the first few rows established, it is an easy make. When you have completed your shawl, it is the essential blocking that turns it into this beautiful delicate creation! Add a touch of cream for the edging, and you have a Vintage inspired crochet accessory to be proud of. The pattern is very versatile and you can use any yarn you wish. A DK weight yarn (Light Worsted) and a suitable crochet hook, would also be perfect for a fast project and would make a cozy scarf/shawl for winter. You just stop crocheting when your shawl is large enough, or you run out of yarn. Add a contrast border or make your shawl in a single colour.
"This “beginner” triangle shawl is designed to let the beauty of the yarn shine through. Once you learn the first two row of stitches, you will be able to complete this lovely wrap. So easy, even if you are a newer crocheter, I urge you to give this pattern a try. The beauty of this shawl is that it is a one row repeat that you can keep repeating until the shawl reaches your desired size. Sometimes it is fun to dress up a triangle shawl with a tassel. Since I used a fine yarn, this is a lovely summer piece. Use a thick yarn and it becomes a warm cover up for those colder days."
This Moss Stitch Triangle Shawl is designed to be so easy and simple so you can catch up on your favorite TV shows without missing a stitch. This shawl works up quickly with a super simple pattern repeat and is in a lovely triangle shape, perfect for those slightly chilly late summer/early fall evenings. The repeat is super easy to memorize and this shawl is customizable in it’s size. You can make a smaller or larger shawl very easily. Additionally, you can add fringe or tassels for an extra pop of personality."