The texture and size of this wrap feel cushy and luxurious, and I love grabbing it for really windy or chilly days because it really holds in the warmth. This project is great to crochet on a night in, as the lighter weight yarn makes this a project you’ll want to take your time with. But if you’re a speedy Sally, feel free to breeze right through. I find it relaxing to break out during tv time, and it uses a special V stitch for an impressive, texturized style. Wrap this loosely or tightly for different looks.
You don't have to be standing on a beach to experience the ocean. Just work up this lovely Ocean Breeze Crochet Wrap for that instant summer feel. This light wrap is just what you need for the summer. While you probably won't need it in the heat of the day, when you go out and you're sitting in a cold restaurant or the cool breeze picks up at night, you'll definitely want a gorgeous wrap to keep you warm. This is an easy crochet pattern, so you have no excuse to get crocheting now!
Add a bit of drama and mystique to your ensembles when you get wrapped up in the Windy Morning Crochet Shawlette. The crochet shawlette combines the best of what scarves and shawls have to offer in one colorful accessory that you can wear year-round. The shawlette has an easy crochet pattern that even crafters newer to the art will enjoy. It also has a lace-like design that is framed with scalloped edges. All you need to do is simply drape the shawlette over your shoulders before you leave the house to create an attention-getting look.
The Tropical Breeze Wrap is lightweight and perfect for cool evenings in the summertime! You can substitute any Red Heart Super Saver Yarn (Regular, Stripes or Ombre) to crochet this project. The Tropical Breeze Wrap would also make a great stashbuster project. The wrap is crocheted in rows, all in one piece, from the top down. The finished dimensions are 57 inches wide by 20.5 inches tall. After making this shawl you will have enough yarn left over to make the Double Crossed Hat in sizes Child or Smaller too!
This summer breeze crochet triangle shawl is versatile enough to wear at the beach while relaxing or over your shoulders in a beautiful evening gown in the evening. Use one skein of yarn to make this light and lacy shawl. Easy Beginner Crochet Shawl Pattern This shawl uses a combination of double crochet rows and double crochet with chain stitches. It is worked from the top down with the stitches increasing with each row. Video Tutorial Sometimes it is just nice to see the pattern being worked. For those of you that learn better from a video, I have that for you. The first seven rows will be worked with a bit thicker yarn to help show the stitches. After this section on the video, I also show this shawl being worked with the fingering yarn. If you are a beginner at crochet and may have only crocheted a square or blanket, I recommend that you check out the video tutorial to help with understanding how to work this pattern.
Are you looking for an exciting project to participate in a crochet exhibition? Work on this quick and easy ocean breeze scarf pattern. You require Red Heart super soft Ombre or blue shade yarn and a 6.00mm crochet hook to make this loveable scarf. No doubt, this scarf is long, but you would adore it. If you don’t like it large, go for a smaller ocean breeze scarf with the same pattern and yarn. oombawkadesign