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Louise Shawl

This shawl design is the kind that not only looks nice but is super easy to make too! It’s got a great repeat that takes no time to learn, making it the perfect kind of project to work on while you’re watching tv or listening during your Zoom meetings. What you’re left with is a lovely soft drape and fabulous texture, who wouldn’t be pleased? Now grab your favorite fingering weight yarn and jump right in to this easy pattern

Louise Shawl 

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Gramercy Asymmetrical Shawl

Such a great pattern and perfect to Netflix and crochet with a fabulous repeat. This pattern is meant to be used as a roadmap. I suggest following this simple pattern the first time you make it to get used to crochet on the bias, and to understand the shaping. Then try things out like adding stripes or trim or fringe. This pattern can also be a great stash buster! You can try this with almost any yarn - I suggest worsted as the thickest weight but have also made this with sport and fingering weights and been so pleased with the results.

Gramercy Asymmetrical Shawl

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Bobble Ripple Shawl

The bobble ripple shawl is a beautiful ripple shawl with the added extra bonus of bobbles and who doesn’t love crochet bobbles! I came across this stitch a little while ago and fell in love with it straight away as it’s so easy to do with one repeat row, once you get used to the pattern you could easily do this without looking at the written notes and can be done listening to your favorite music or watching your favorite program.

Bobble Ripple Shawl

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Ferne Sideways Shawl

Today’s free crochet pattern is the Ferne Sideways Shawl, this beautiful shawl is such a joy to make as it uses simple crochet stitches to make a minimalist design but still looks absolutely stunning on! When creating the Ferne Sideways Shawl i took the design from the Ferne Asymmetrical Shawl and created it sideways and even though it’s the same design it still looks different. Working a shawl up in filet crochet makes this shawl a perfect quick and mindless project to make and only takes four days to do if you crochet 220 yards a day! Since this is a filet crochet pattern you will be working the shawl pattern in only double crochet and chain stitches, once you have crocheted rows 1-7 from then on you will only follow a four row pattern repeat which is super easy to remember.

Ferne Sideways Shawl

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Marielle Lace Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

"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! "Marielle Lace Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

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Red Clover

A very pretty shawl design with a lovely drape, using approx. 400m of fingering weight yarn. One beautiful skein of yarn is all that is needed to show off this asymmetrical shawl in an easy 4-row repeat pattern. Made using basic crochet stitches that combine to create an interesting pattern, that is relaxing and quick to crochet. Materials LITLG Life In The Long Grass: 4 Ply/fine sock - 75% SW Merino /25% Nylon - 100g/435m Colour - Saturn 4mm crochet hook You can use approx. 400m of any fingering weight yarn or yarn weight of your choice and matching hook. Measurements Shawl pictured measures 68in 173cm on the longest length and 17in 43cm depth after blockingRed Clover

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