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Picot Crochet Shawl Free Pattern

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.

Picot Crochet Shawl Free Pattern 

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Hawthorne Tonal Crochet Shawl 2

"Want a relaxing crochet shawl with a beautiful repeat? I mean, you can't say no to that, right? When I was on the WeCrochet website, something that happens a lot, I was looking at these two colors of yarn and thought they would go beautiful together as a shawl. So they jumped right onto the delivery truck, and I stalked the mailman until I could have the pretties to whip up the Hawthorne Tonal Crochet Shawl. "Hawthorne Tonal Crochet Shawl

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Hawthorne Tonal Crochet Shawl

If you are looking for a relaxing and comfortable winter shawl, this Hawthorne tonal shawl is an ideal option for you. Create this shawl by yourself using two or three colors of yarn. If you are new to craft projects, you can go with a single-color crochet thread. Use fingering weight yarn to make this super comfortable and lightweight crochet shawl.Hawthorne Tonal Crochet Shawl brianakdesigns

Monochrome Bias Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

"Worked back and forth in rows on the bias, the Monochrome Bias Wrap is a great compromise between easy crocheting and a little bit of interest to keep you entertained. This bias crochet wrap is worked in sections with some easy, mindless single crochet parts for a relaxing crocheting experience, and interspersed with interesting sections of mosaic crochet. It’s long enough to wrap around the neck multiple times or to drape loosely over shoulders in numerous ways. This pattern is suited to both experienced crocheters and those eager for a challenge. The pattern uses US crochet terminology and includes step-by-step mosaic crochet tutorial."Monochrome Bias Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

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Oceanside Triangle Scarf: Easy Crochet Pattern

This triangle scarf is easily worked with simple stitches, and quickly creates a classic looking accessory to wear! This pattern is worked in rows using chains and double crochet stitches. You can easily customize the size of the scarf by adding or omitting rows, and the simple pattern repeat makes this design fun and easy to work up ! An interesting difference in this scarf pattern are the button and loop added to the corner ends of the last row worked - the button attaches to the loop, which helps to keep the scarf around your neck! It’s a great pattern because: Scarves are quick and fun projects to work up! Have fun with yarn color to make this simple fabric your own style; color blocking, stripes, ombre, variegated and more! This project works great with cotton yarns, and plant-based fibers! You’ll get to practice a lot of crochet skills: increasing in rows, stitch tension, gauge & size, blocking, finishing techniques & more!Oceanside Triangle Scarf: Easy Crochet Pattern

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Crochet Triangle Scarf

This triangle scarf is an easy, beginner friendly crochet pattern. I was itching to use Hobby Lobby’s Painted Canyon colorway and I think it worked up lovely in this pattern. The self striping yarns are such a breeze to work with-no color planning, less ends to weave = win, win! This pattern will give you the triangle scarf size pictured: 23.5″ deep by 50″ long. You can continue the pattern to increase your triangle to a full shawl size. This one was made with 3 skeins of Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Yarn in Painted Canyon. I think adding another two skeins (with this gauge and hook) would create a comfortable sized shawl. These are so easy to add on to!"Crochet Triangle Scarf

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