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Milkweed Leaf Shawl

This particular design reminds me of a butterfly. And when I was young we would give our caterpillars milkweed to eat so they could eventually emerge from their cocoons to be beautiful butterflies. The hexagonal motif shawls are unique in their design and style. They are perfect for outdoor events like weddings or festivals where you might want to keep yourself warm with your gorgeous wrap while still having easy access to your phone and camera.

Milkweed Leaf Shawl 

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Hexagonal Motif Shawl

Work in rounds to make this fabulous Hexagonal Motif Shawl; the design is just so pretty and delicate. Follow the diagram for this free crochet shawl pattern and you will love your end product. Using a white DK weight yarn can be the perfect addition for a wedding; any other color can be used as an every day shawl.

Hexagonal Motif Shawl 

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Daydream Beaded Lace Wrap

Crochet wraps are an elegant project fit for all sorts of special events. This stunning rectangle wrap pattern includes pearl beads and a luxurious lace ruffle that’s sure to melt the heart of your inner princess. Because of all the delicate details it could easily be worn in weddings or other formal events. Or if you prefer, throw this wrap on over a blouse and jeans to really take your outfit to the next level! The majority of this wrap is quick and easy to make. The thing that takes some extra time is sewing on all the pearl beads, but I promise it will be worth it in the end!

Daydream Beaded Lace Wrap

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Emerald Isle Butterfly Shawl

Since the last 2 shawls were so successful, I thought you would want another big shawl to crochet. The Bat-terfly shawl is beautiful but I really like those plus-size shawls that are so great for all sizes! My daughter is 11 but she still grabbed up the shawl all the same and started wrapping it around herself in many different ways! It can be a dress for her or a cowl, scarf, a big poncho, or even a small poncho! For this project you will need 4 mm hook or size G hook. For the yarn, I used a Yarn cake from YarnArt 'Flowers' yarn, color 272 Content 55% Organic Cotton 45% Anti Pilling Acrylic Ball Weight 250 g (8.8 oz) Yarn Weight 1  Fingering Yarn Length 1,000 m (1,093 yd).

Emerald Isle Butterfly Shawl

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V Stitch Butterfly Shawl

I've decided to try out a yarn cake! I've seen pictures of other's crochet projects when they used a yarn cake and I thought the color changes were beautiful! They have them at my local yarn store where I get most of my yarn but they never really had any colors that caught my eye. Plus, it would be a big investment because each Yarn cake is 1,000 meters and cost 75 shekels (that's roughly 21 dollars) for just one skein! But I suppose that's why they call it a cake and not a skein, it's waaay more than a skein. I'm a plus size woman and this shawl fits me like a dream! I love these butterfly shawls!

V Stitch Butterfly Shawl

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Jaycee Butterfly Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

This beautiful shawl is such a great way to showcase the beauty of the yarn. Jaycee Butterfly Shawl is not only a lovely addition to any wardrobe, but also a very easy project, that’s perfect for beginners.
Jaycee Butterfly Shawl Free Crochet PatternYou will find this free pattern here. More info here.