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Winter Indulgence Wrap

I sometimes find that working on a wrap, throw or other large project can get a little boring, but not this one! This design is worked in rows of different stitch combinations to create various types of textures and lace. I love how the stitching plays with the color changes too. Then I added a border worked in rounds on the base and finally an edging is worked on the short ends - it’s one little twist after another to keep you interested and layer the beauty! Designed in #2 Fine Weight Size: One size - approximately 68” wide x 22” tall

Winter Indulgence Wrap 

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Autumn Jewels Wrap

This wrap is a beautiful, rectangular shape with a hint of a crescent, made with basic crochet stitches that combine to create, lace, filet crochet and border! It is the perfect accessory to be worn as a traditional shawl, wrap, scarf or fashion piece and is at home with dressy dresses, casual jeans and t-shirts and everything in-between! Make this one and I think you'll want another, and another, and another...... Size: As shown, approximately 56” wingspan x 21” tall Worked in fine/sock weight yarn

Autumn Jewels Wrap

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Crochet Shell & Lace Shawl

I hope you love the look and lace texture of this crochet shawl. This crochet Shell & Lace Shawl has a beautiful and nice texture and only use shell and chains to create open lace stitch. This shawl pattern is perfect for all seasons with any color combo. One cake of Cotton Fine yarn is enough to make a 59″ x 32″ finished size shawl. I used #2-Fine weight: sport, baby / 50% Cotton, 50% Acrylic / 656 total yards and 3mm crochet hook.

Crochet Shell & Lace Shawl 

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Blue Lace Agate Crochet Stole

The Blue Lace Agate Crochet Stole is an elegant accessory to make for yourself or someone special. This stole is made with one skein of yarn that changes color throughout the skein. The crochet pattern is worked in a semi-circular pattern. Make this stole with a fingering yarn for a lovely drape. This crochet pattern consists of a one row repeat with eight stitches added in each row. Using the front post double crochet stitch throughout this pattern creates ridges on this squishy textured stole. Use various colors of yarn cakes to create this beauty without tons of yarn ends to weave in.

Blue Lace Agate Crochet Stole

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The Vintage Lace Shawl

I originally designed this shawl for Simply Crochet magazine quite a number of years ago (way back for issue 8!) and am so pleased to share it with you now. It’s effortlessly easy to wear and I love it so much I have a few in different colours! It consists of 5 lace panels in different sizes that are edged, then joined, followed by a delicate edging around the whole thing and then finally a big old fringe at each short end to finish. It sounds complicated but I promise it’s much easier than it seems.

The Vintage Lace Shawl

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Dressed to the Nines Crochet Chain Wrap

Fine weight yarn with optional sequins and/or beads + one large crochet hook + really openwork chain stitch pattern = one ridiculously fast & easy, yet sexy shoulder kissing wrap. Block this beauty for a magical transformation into a shimmery, light and open fabric. This would be an amazing color work project using up remnant balls of previous projects, too! With one hank of Be So Fine Yarn you can make this beautiful wrap. The bamboo yarn has incredible drape! The addition of beads & sequins would make this such a fun and one-of-a-kind project!

Dressed to the Nines Crochet Chain Wrap

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