Genuine Pleasure Shawl. Butterfly Fling Crochet Shawl. Magic cake shawl... or what to do with your gorgeous leftover yarn - ACCROchet. Aussi en / Also in Français So you’ve finished your crochet project, and you have leftover yarn.
It’s beautiful yarn. You think all yarn is beautiful, sure, but this is really beautiful yarn. Repeat x every single FO in your life. What’s a crocheter to do with all this beautiful fiber? I first learned about magic cakes at the Twist Fiber retreat last year, and ever since, my leftovers have gone into a basket specifically for them.
Ingredients: 300g to 400g various leftover yarns, sorted or unsorted; Sort it by texture / colour / weight – the sky is the limit.Let randomness sort it as you work through the steps. Lotus Blossom Shawl - Free #Crochet Pattern on Moogly! The Lotus Blossom Shawl features a unique shape that makes it both easy to crochet, and easy to wear!
This 3/4 circle might remind you a bit of Pac-Man – and it’s this shape that makes it stay put over the shoulders, keeping you securely wrapped in crochet love! Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links. It starts with a magic circle, but after working only 9 double crochets in the ring, you turn to work in rows. Most double crochet circles begin with 12 stitches, so we establish the 3/4 circle right off the bat. As you work the Lotus Blossom Shawl pattern, you’ll see that these 9 double crochets form the borders of 8 wedges of pattern, making for easy repeats across each row. I thought about calling this the Hitchhiker shawl since it has exactly 42 rows… but of course, that name belongs to a lovely knit pattern that’s been around for a while now.
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Justine Shawl. This post contains affiliate links.
Yarn for the sample was generously provided by Malabrigo. Last year, I fell in love with a skein of Malabrigo Sock at my local yarn shop, Knitty City. That yarn was eventually transformed into the Picnic Basket Shawl, and when I reached out to Malabrigo, they agreed to sponsor the crochet-a-long with some great prizes. And, they added a little prize into the box for me, too. Once I had this beautiful Malabrigo Lace in my hands, I knew it was going to be another shawl. The Justine Shawl (named after my sister, who I gifted the sample to) is a variation on the Ella’s Rhythm Shawl. This is a beginner-friendly pattern using simple stitches but an unusual construction. If you make one, don’t forget to share a picture on Ravelry or Facebook. If you want an easy print format, you can buy the ad-free PDF version on Craftsy.
An easy stitch pattern and an unusual construction create an adjustable, lacy shawl. 10 Truths: Knitting and Crocheting Prayer Shawls. February 12th, 2015 by Danielle “A shawl is like a warm hug.”
Giving a prayer shawl to a friend or family member going through a difficult time is an appropriate gesture when there isn’t anything you can do to make their situation better. A handmade knit or crochet gift can offer comfort beyond words and the process can often have the power to heal one’s self too. Hug Shawl - womens conference. SKILL LEVEL ‐ IntermediateMaterials ‐• Yarn: I Love This Yarn (Hobby Lobby) 7 - 8 oz ‐ (7 oz =355 yards ‐ 5.5mm ‐ 100% Acrylic ‐ 1 skein) (Red Heart Classic works great, as does Carons Simply Soft)• Size I‐9 crochet hook.
Finished length approximately 13 - 14". (Changes by Bev: The original pattern was only 14 rows, but I felt that was too short. I am 5'6" and doing 19 rows comes to my elbows) ABBREVIATIONS: ch ‐ chain st ‐ stitch sk ‐ skip sp ‐ space sc ‐ single crochet dc ‐ double crochet rep ‐ repeat INSTRUCTIONSWith I hook, ch 81 ‐ loosely.Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each ch to end. C in each of the last 2 sts. Beginning of shell rows ‐ (15 total shell rows) (The sides should be curvy.)Row 1: Slip st in first ch 1 (eyelet) sp. . ❥ NOTE ~ Last row shell stitch changes ‐ (Shell stitch: 3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc)Row 15: Shell st, ch 1, sk ch 1 sp, *(shell over shell, ch 1)* continue between ** to end, ending with shell st.