Shawl

Free Crochet Pattern: Corona Shawl

That’s it. I’ll wait while you fully take in this crochet beauty. Whoa! Just look at it. This is such a stunner. I just can’t even. The pattern doesn’t specify the name of the designer but my hat is off to you, designer of unknown name. This design uses only one hank of laceweight, not […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Amara Shawl

This wonderful lacy shawl is designed by Tamara Kelly of Moogly, a well-loved crochet pattern site here at Make It Crochet! Pineapples are one of the most popular motifs in crochet design and this stitch pattern is especially lovely. I’ve used this new yarn from Lion Brand called Shawl in a Ball and I can […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Butterfliege

Yesterday, I featured a pattern in regular crochet by Christina Adorjan. Christina also does Tunisian crochet so I was thrilled to find this project which uses the short row technique to make fabulous curves and shaping. I love making short rows. It probably sounds intimidating but it’s really not difficult. Short row technique in crochet […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Nachtgarten

We live in a wonderful time for crochet design. The internet has opened up our world and the possibilities are endless. Take a look at this design, for example. This beautiful triangular shawl was designed by Christina Adorjan of Austria. I don’t know anyone from Austria except Arnold Schwarzenegger and you really can’t count him […] Read more…

Link Blast: 10 Free Cool Weather Wraps

With the cooler weather upon us, I wanted to share some of my favorite cooler weather wraps with you. I’m certainly a fan of crochet lace, but sometimes you need something a little more dense to keep the chill out. 1. Unchained Shawl by Jessie of Jessie At Home HERE. 2. Gradient Strips Shawl by […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Feather and Fan Wrap

Have you ever worked with laceweight yarn? I remember the first time I worked with laceweight. It was a cashmere blend. The trick is to use a bigger hook than you would expect. When I had a bit of my project finished, it felt so surreal (in a dreamlike sort of way). It felt like […] Read more…

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