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Free Crochet Pattern: Majestic Skies Shawl

Kristin Omdahl makes the most extraordinary crochet lace. She even authored a book called “Crochet So Fine” that literally brought tears to my eyes. She has also written a book on “Seamless Crochet” with join-as-you-go motifs. This free pattern called Majestic Skies will introduce you to her join-as-you-go technique. The Majestic Skies Shawl includes three […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Lotus Blossom Shawl

Who doesn’t love Moogly? I fell in love with Tamara Kelly’s website from the moment she hit the internet. With a name like Moogly, you just know that crochet goodness has got to follow. One of Tamara’s recent designs is this gorgeous Lotus Blossom Shawl. Although I’ve used Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball, I […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Wild Wheat Shawl

Have a look at this outstanding crescent-shaped shawl from Johanna Lindahl of Mijo Crochet. Incredible work, isn’t it? Johanna lives in Sweden so you probably won’t have easy access to the same fingering weight yarn she used if you live in the US. Note that she recommends any weight of yarn as long as you […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Globetrotter Shawl

It’s not very often that I’m able to find crochet patterns in Bruges Lace (pronounced without the “s”). Don’t let the name scare you, though. Bruges Lace can be extremely detailed, but this project is more of a basic design and will be easier to learn. I took a look at the instructions and I […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Sparkle Shawl from Lion Brand

I’ve used this new yarn from Lion Brand called Shawl in a Ball and I can tell you that it is delightfully soft and makes extraordinary projects. The best surprise is that you can make an entire shawl with just one ball of its squishy soft goodness with the added bonus of self-striping colors too! […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Trillium Shawl

I love finding unique items for you, here at Make It Crochet. Alexis Middleton of Persia Lou is a Make It Crochet favorite! Take a look at the crispness of the project shown in the photography. That wonderful look is achieved by using the cotton-linen blend. I’ve never heard of the yarn she used (Lindy […] Read more…

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