Sienna Shawl is a lovely trianglular shawl that begins from a bottom tip with increases placed along the edges. The flower lace pattern is geometric and quite easy to memorize and it will catch the eye when you wear it. While the stitches used in this pattern are simple, the project itself is not the quickest one. But, once you have the first few rows figured out, you’ll be off to the races. If you are not afraid of new challenges, I think that you will be really happy with the end result.
"This pattern is for an easy C2C (corner to corner) rectangle shawl perfect for cool Summer nights. I used Bernat's Softee Baby Cotton Yarn for this shawl, and came up with the geometric design while I was at JoAnn's looking at the color options available. I packed the yarn up to take with me on vacation, and had a lot of fun making this design come to life - makes me want to work everything up in a geometric pattern! You can definitely use other fiber choices in place of cotton, but you will need to go up a hook size or two."
"The Flower Meadow Shawl is a fabulous eye catching piece of wearable art! Main body of scarf is made with the modern and simple Moss Stitch with a fabulous flower edge detail. Flowers are crocheted into your piece - no sewing required! Complete photo & video tutorial are provided for the flower stitch with a complete tutorial for the shawl coming soon. Approximate finished size is approx 54” wide wingspan x 27” to tip but easily customizable to any size by simply adding rows before your flower row begins. So much fun to make and perfect for spring!"
"This shawl is worked sideways from end-to-end. It starts off at the tip on one side and gradually grows by 1 stitch with each row until the widest section, which is in the middle. Then each row decreases by 1 stitch until you reach the tip on the other side. Lacy Crochet Border When I first purchased the yarn, I had chosen four colors and had planned to make something using all four. When first starting out this shawl, I was thinking of using just three of the colors. They look lovely together; however, as I was nearing the end of the length of the shawl on the decreasing side, I decided to use all four colors. The darker cypress color really helps add depth and makes the clay color pop. "
"The Marielle Lace Shawl crochet pattern was designed for the Scarf of the Month Club. This lacy and elegant design is easily worn casual or for dressier occassions. This would be a perfect compliment to a Summer wedding! The Marielle Lace Shawl crochet pattern was written from the longest width, down to the point. The pattern itself is a one row repeat. It couldn’t be easier to memorize! Before you know it you can zoom through a shawl during your favorite movie! "
The Sea Shells Shawl is made using four crochet stitches which creates this beautiful and intricate lacy shell design. The shawl is crocheted in one piece starting at one end and working in rows all way to the other end which makes it a rectangle shape. It’s an absolute dream to work up and can be made quite quickly once you get used to the stitch layout. I would say this pattern is for the intermediate crocheter due to knowing where to put your stitches. I have explained it as well as possible in the free pattern below so if you are a advanced beginner crocheter you may want to try it out. This Sea Shells Shawl pattern is made in one size but in the paid pattern I have included the multiples so you can make it in any size that you would prefer and with your ideal yarn.