This is an easy and free crochet pattern for Wings of Prayer Shawl with photo tutorial in each step. This is a gorgeous shawl in fan design stitch that compliments the design as it gets bigger. The concept of the wing design becomes more obvious when you view the shawl from the back. This Wings of Prayer Shawl is crocheted in flat, start in the upper middle towards the bottom of the pointed shawl. You may easily modify the sizes by just adding the repeat rows indicated. This shawl is in 4 rows repeat. This is easy enough for beginners just having a cluster and picot knowledge in crochet.
This incredible crochet shawl in the pictures below is made using a beautiful, ocean color, that will look amazing with so many stylizations. It’s a a gorgeous shawl in fan design stitch that compliments the design as it gets bigger. Make sure to let me know if you like it!
PHOTOS by VulcanKnits / Ravelry.com
The Bat Wing Shawl was designed with the declining number of bats in North America in mind. About six million bats have died from a fungus, which is one of the worst animal population declines in the last hundred years. Bats are majestic creatures that have inspired many cultural phenomena like Batman, Dracula, and the children's classic book Stellaluna. They deserve our support as a species, so what better way than to commemorate them with a crochet pattern?
Amazing Grace Free Pattern Series is all about paying it forward, helping others and specifically.. Breast Cancer Awareness!! The Amazing Grace Angel Wing Shawl is the 24th free crochet pattern in the Amazing Grace Series… This lovely shawl is made using the Amazing Grace stitch pattern just like all the other patterns in the series… Using Red Heart It’s a Wrap Yarn Rainbows in Whisper makes this an elegant and flowing accessory… The self striping yarn does all the work for you!!! To read more about the Amazing Grace Project, please click on the Amazing Grace tab at the top of the page!
Have you ever wanted to learn to crochet a shawl with a pretty texture? The Picot Crochet Shawl uses two strands of yarn held together for some sections. The Hawthrone Tonal Hand Painted Yarn paired with the Aloft Hand Painted Mohair Yarn creates a soft and cozy wrap. I second-guessed this pattern a few times; that just happens in the design process. I ended up frogging a couple of times because I wanted to mohair to be just right in the shawl pattern. However, I am pleased with the outcome using the Aloft Hand Painted Mohair Yarn on some of the rows and not the entire triangle shawl. And the transition between the two strands of yarn and then one strand of Hawthorne Tonal Hand Paint became my favorite part.
This incredible thoughtful crochet prayer shawl in the pictures below was made by Girlie D. de los Reyes. It’s a really stunning crochet in a triangular shape, that’s crocheted from top to bottom. What’s more, since this free crochet pattern is repeat four rows only, it is incredibly easy to modify the size.
PHOTOS by Girlie D. de los Reyes / Ravelry.com