I love this shawl! The final product has a lovely drape, partially due to the chains that link the two panels together. The idea for the chains came because I wanted to have the two arcade panels facing each other. I tried a variety of ways to link the panels and this was my favorite. I think any worsted weight yarn will work with this pattern. You can adapt the pattern to my length and height or increase the number of panels. Enjoy!
"Cowl of Skerin Four Ways Crochet Pattern with Buttons in Multiple Yarn Weights All kinds of texture goin on in a soft and warm cowl; completed in multiple textures and lots of fun choosing the just-right buttons to set it off! Makes up really fast; excitement builds as each new color and texture are added.Work seems to go faster and faster as each row is completedand you cant wait to see what the next completed row brings! "
This Silver Bells Crochet Shawl Wrap is one of those easy crochet patterns for a simple and elegant handmade accessory. If you are looking for a fun and easy crochet project with beautiful results, this one will not disappoint. One skein of yarn makes this lovely shawl. If you have not tried the Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball yarn yet, I would encourage you to give it a try. Just imagine spending a cool, crisp morning ride out in the country in a beautiful sleigh with the snow on the ground and sun shining through the trees. You are snuggled under a blanket, dressed in your warm clothes with your pretty lace wrap on. The silver bells on the sleigh are making their beautiful music as the sleigh glides through the snow. When I saw the colors of this yarn, this is the picture that came to my mind. Enjoy each moment. Wearing an asymmetrical shawl is so easy to dress up any fashion statement. It takes seconds to drape the wrap around your shoulders and you are off looking so stylish. Add a beautiful brooch for another decorative and timeless look.
"Today's free crochet pattern is the Kaylee Sideways Shawl which features a very easy stitch design. The stitch used for this shawl only uses single and double crochet and chain stitches to create a mesh effect running all the way through the shawl. When i first started this shawl i did think this might take a while to do just because of the single crochet stitches but actually i made it in no time at all and it only used 4 skeins of cascade 220 in aran which is really good! Also when crocheting this shawl i only crocheted 66 inches in length because i could just tell due to the stitches that it was going to stretch quite a bit when blocking and boy did it, it went from 66 inches to 75 inches in length which is a lot of growth! So just bear that in mind when crocheting this shawl it is a grower, you really don't want it too long."
This Any Season Shawl is an easy asymmetrical crochet shawlette made from just one skein of yarn. If you are looking for a shawl in a ball pattern, here is one to add to your crochet pattern library. Today I used one skein of Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball Restful Rainbow. This pattern starts off with an initial 12 rows of crochet. After that, rows 9-12 are repeated until the desired length and width is reached or the skein of yarn is gone. This is an asymmetrical shawl; therefore, the increase is only done on one side of the shawl. Couple the beautiful skein of yarn with an easy crochet pattern. The rainbow of colors in this shawl make it the perfect accessory for any number of fashion styles. It is great worn with weekend wear, going out to dinner with family and friends, and work.
"This stylish triangular shawl uses a double-ended crochet hook and Tunisian Brioche for a beautifully textured and airy look. This shawl is crocheted using Brioche technique and requires the use of double-ended hook. Unlike most Tunisian crochet projects, this shawl is NOT worked with RS always facing, the work is turned after each FP, resulting in a reversible fabric. At the end of each FP, slide all lps to the other end of the hook, then change colour before working the RP. Starting with Row 2, you will decrease 1 st at the start of alternating RPs. Keep you tension even with special attention to first and last sts in each row as these have the tendency to become disproportionately enlarged. "