Easy Beginner Crochet Shawl

Easy Beginner Crochet Shawl which is a large blue triangular shawl held up behind a woman's back in the woods with yellow leaved trees in the background

Easy Beginner Crochet Shawl Attention beginner crocheters! Here is a triangular shawl that really is an easy beginner crochet shawl – yay! If you are a beginner crocheter and would like to make something to wear, I highly recommend making a shawl. Crochet shawls are usually made as a “one-size-fits-all” and offer not only warmth but also comfort. Crochet shawls can go with a variety of outfits and can be crocheted in all kinds of yarn to make them suit[Read more]

  • 7
    Shares

Crochet Prayer Shawl

Comfort for Cara Shawl Several years ago I taught a local crochet class in which we all crocheted a prayer shawl. Everyone did a great job with their project and several students went on to make many more for friends and family who needed a “crochet hug”. Since then I have wanted to publish the pattern here and make a video tutorial to go with it -and today’s the day that the pattern is available! **UPDATE! The step-by-step video tutorial[Read more]

  • 7
    Shares

Crochet Shawlette

Have you ever crocheted a shawlette? A “shawlette” is exactly what it sounds like – a mini-version of a shawl. I love how they are quick to crochet and can be worn different ways. When I came up with this project idea I started with the beautiful yarn – I loved the colors and the iridescent thread twisted in with the cotton. I had the large scallop edging in mind, too and was looking for a way to use it[Read more]

  • 7
    Shares

Easy Crochet Shawl

Introducing an easy crochet shawl – the Lacy Shells Shawl! This pattern is simple to follow and creates a very pretty stitch pattern with the alternating shells and open spaces. I love to crochet and design shawls because they are a great canvas for showing off crochet stitches and beautiful yarn. Plus, most shawls fit a variety of sizes and look great on a variety of body types! To add to the drape I used a hook that is usually[Read more]

  • 7
    Shares

Celtic Pocket Shawl

Introducing a NEW pocket shawl project with an Irish flair – the Celtic Pocket Shawl. This design features 3 Celtic Knots of the same design, just different sizes – one large on the back center and two smaller on the pockets. Buy this pattern now in our Etsy Shop here Several years ago I discovered a beautiful hand-dyed superwash merino wool yarn called, Cadence, by Hazel Knits. At the time I crocheted 2 scarves using an orange, red and yellow[Read more]

  • 7
    Shares