Gardenia Wedding Shawl Crochet Free Pattern
Gardenia Wedding Shawl Crochet Free Pattern
This Victoria Lacy Shawl Crochet Pattern only has two rows. Once you get started, you just complete the two rows until you have made the lacy shawl to the desired length. You will be amazed at how quickly each row of crochet is completed.
The Lilla Shawl is a small triangle shawl perfect for spring and summer. The free crochet pattern is beginner friendly with tutorial.
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No garden is complete without the creatures that spread the pollen to keep our flowers blooming and the honey flowing. Rows of Butterfly Wings and a panel of Honeycomb Mesh make this wrap a Gardener’s delight!! I grew up in a home with crochet AND gardening. So combining the two seems like a natural thing to me. I hope you enjoy this Wandering Wings series as much as I have enjoyed designing it!! If you want to see more of my designs in the future, you can subscribe to this blog by submitting your email address in the "follow by email" block on the right side of the screen (make sure you are in desktop or web view, not mobile). Once you submit, check your email. You MUST verify this email BEFORE you receive anything else from me!! Remember....I am a human and sometimes make mistakes!! If you find an error with my pattern, please let me know in the comment section and I will try to correct it as soon as possible!!! If you are having difficulty with my pattern, the best way to contact me for help is through my Amy B Stitched Facebook page. This is an Original Design by Amy B Stitched. Feel free to make for profit, but remember to give credit to me, and link back to my blog www.amysastitchatatime.blogspot.com Thank You!!! Amy B A lot of hard work goes into writing patterns. Please feel free to share the link to this blog, but DO NOT copy and distribute this pattern by any other means. WANDERING WINGS WRAP Click HERE to get the PDF version of this pattern Click HERE to get the Text Only PDF version of this pattern SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate SIZE: 66 inches wide x 16 inches tall. Size adjustment instructions can be found in the foundation row. MATERIALS: 8.75 oz (735 yards) Trigo by Omega (size 3/light worsted/DK) 100% Mercerized Cotton, size F/5/3.75mm crochet hooks, and yarn needle. GAUGE: Swatch in pattern format. Foundation row (4 times) and rows 1-8 = 4 inches wide and 4 ½ inches tall. STITCHES AND TERMS USED: • Ch – chain • Trc – treble crochet • Sc – single crochet • Sl st – slip stitch • St – stitch Foundation Row: * Ch 5, trc in 5th ch from hook. Repeat from * 59 more times. (Total of 60) (figure 1) To make your shawl larger or smaller, simply eliminate or add by 3’s. Essentially, the total number should be divisible by 3. Figure 1 Row 1: Ch 1, working down side of the trc’s just made. Sc in top of last trc made. * Working in the same ch as the first trc of foundation row is worked in, (trc, ch 1) 3 times, sc 4 evenly down the side of trc just made with last sc being in the base of the st. Repeat from * across. DO NOT sc down the side of the last trc. (60 wings made) (see figures 2, 3 and 4) Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Row 2: Turn. Sc in top of last trc made. * Ch 4, sc in first sc of next wing. Repeat from * across to top of last wing. Ch 4, trc in last sc of previous row. (see figure 5) Figure 5 Row 3: Ch 1, turn. Sc in top of trc. * (Trc, ch 1) 3 times in next sc. 4 sc down the side of trc just made with the last sc being in the base of the st. Repeat from * across, DO NOT sc down the side of the last trc. (see figure 6) Figure 6 Rows 4-8: Repeat rows 2 & 3, ending with row 2. Row 9: Ch 1, turn. Hdc in first st. * 4 hdc in next ch 4 sp, hdc in next st. Repeat from * across. (301 hdc) Row 10: Ch 1, turn. Hdc in first st. Hdc in each st across. (301 hdc) Row 11: Ch 6, turn (this ch 6 counts as your first dc and ch 3). Sk 2 sts, dc in next st. *Ch 3, sk 2 sts, dc in next st. Repeat from * across. (100 ch 3 sps) the image to the right can be a guide for you to see if your stitch placement is correct. → Row 12: Ch 3, turn. Dc in next sp. * Ch 3, dc in next ch 3 sp. Repeat from * across until your reach the beg ch 6 from previous row. Ch 3, dc in ch 6 sp. Dc in 3rd ch of beg ch 6. Row 13: Ch 6, turn. * Dc in next ch 3 sp, ch 3. Repeat from * across until you have 2 sts remaining at end of row. Sk next st. Dc in last st. Rows 14-22: Repeat rows 12 and 13, ending with row 12. Row 23: Ch 1, turn. Hdc in first st. * Hdc in next st, 2 hdc in ch 3 sp. Repeat from * across until you have one ch 3 sp and 2 dc remaining. 3 hdc in last ch 3 sp. Hdc in each of the last 2 sts. (301 hdc) Row 24: Ch 1, turn. Hdc in each st across. Row 25: Ch 1, turn. Sc in first st. * Sk 4 sts, (trc, ch 1) 3 times in next st. Work 4 sc down the side of trc just made with the last sc being in the base of the st. Repeat from * across. DO NOT sc down the side of the last trc. (60 wings made) Row 26: Turn. Sc in top of last trc made. * Ch 4, sc in first sc of next wing. Repeat from * across to top of last wing. Ch 4, trc in last sc of previous row. Row 27: Ch 1, turn. Sc in top of trc. * (Trc, ch 1) 3 times in next sc. 4 sc down the side of trc just made with the last sc being in the base of the st. Repeat from * across, DO NOT sc down the side of the last trc. Rows 28-32: Repeat rows 26 and 27, ending with row 26. EDGING: Turn, *ch 5, trc in 5th ch from hook (see figure 7), sl st in next sc (see figure 8). Repeat from * across. Ch 1, working down side of wrap, ◊ sc in end of each sc row, 3 sc in the end of each trc row (see figure 9 and 10). Repeat from ◊ across. Finish off. Reattach yarn to other side of wrap (see figure 11) and work up the other side from ◊ across. Figure 7 Figure 8 Figure 9 Figure 10 Figure 11 Wandering Wings Wrap pattern is an Original Design by Amy B Stitched. A lot of hard work goes into each pattern I write. Please feel free to make finished items for profit. You are welcome to share the link to the Blog Post, but DO NOT copy and distribute this pattern without express written permission from Amy B Stitched. THANK YOU!!
Please read entire description before purchasing. This is my ode to the show Outlander. This outlander shawl crochet pattern is written in one continuous piece. This is NOT a beginner pattern. This is for my Highlander Crochet Shawl Pattern. Please look for this name as I have multiple listings for this same pattern. This is for a CROCHET PATTERN ONLY. It is not for the finished shawl. This is an INSTANT DOWNLOAD. You will not be shipped a paper copy. Once your payment has processed you will receive an email from Etsy with a link to download. Patterns are not refundable. Do you KNIT? here is the pattern: https://www.etsy.com/MadeByLilian/listing/718097477/highlander-triangle-wrap-knittingDon't know how to crochet? Request a custom listing for one made especially for you. Only made by special order! Customs orders start at $97-$130 depending on color and take 1-2 weeks. Please message or click the link: https://www.etsy.com/listing/679368750/highlander-wrap-outlander-cosplay-shawlIt is made for one size but once you start the pattern you will see how it can be adjusted to make the shoulders wider before decreasing for the infinity cowl portion. I also provide a YouTube video to help with a tricky part! There are 3 separate videos. When you purchase the listing you will receive a pdf of the pattern and link to youtube!Materials you will need to start for the Highlander shawl Crochet Pattern:Cat 6 Chunky Yarn: I used Lion Brand Thick n Quick9mm Crochet hook. NO SEWING! I have written this pattern in a way you won't have to sew anything together. Written in englishIf you have issues with the pattern please let me know. I try to help out as much as I can. I consider this to be a fairly simple pattern to follow, but you will need to have basic crochet knowledge. The twist can be very tricky to figure out so please feel free to message me. **Please note, i have multiple listings for this same pattern to show off different photos. They all contain the same pattern.***Want the Matching Gloves pattern: https://www.etsy.com/listing/722359654/chunky-arm-warmer-crochet-pattern?ref=shop_home_active_3Thank you! Check out all my adult and kid patterns.You do not have permission to recopy, rewrite, redistribute or resell this pattern in any form as your own or otherwise.Please, do not share this file.
Simple crochet shawl pattern for beginners! Follow the easy step-by-step video tutorial to create your very own summer wrap. This lacy eyelet crochet scarf project is great for advanced beginners. It pairs well with any outfit and makes a wonderful Mother’s day gift! #crochetshawl #freepattern #videotutorial #summerdiy
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Openwork designs are lightweight and elegant. They add a feminine touch to any outfit and may even replace your jewelry. I`m sure this mini collection of Delicate Crochet Scarves will wow you and you will definitely want to add these designs to your wardrobe. In addition to lacy patterns they
This Victoria Lacy Shawl is a pattern that goes quickly. If you need a gift for someone, that would make such a lovely gift. The shawl looks complicated to complete, but it is just two rows of setting up and the pattern repeats until your desired length. I love the look and feel of the Caron Simply Soft yarn and I tried to create something that reflected the beauty of the yarn. I started this shawl at least fifteen times; kept pulling it out and restarting. I think that the final results are stunning. I hope this inspires you to make one for yourself. The finished size of the shawl is approximately 14 inches wide by 64 inches long.
Ana Lucia Shawl, free crochet pattern on wilmade.com including video tutorial on YouTube. #crochet #shawl #pattern #triangle #scarf #wrap #pattern #katiayarns
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This crochet lace pattern may seem difficult or complicated, but it's actually pretty easy. If you're looking for a pattern that combines old world glamor and modern elegance, this is a great pattern to try.
A one skein crochet shawl design with a beautiful drape, using only 400m of fingering weight yarn. A beautiful skein of yarn is all that is needed to show off this light and lacy shawl pattern. A wide wingspan to curl around your neck and shoulders - lovely as a Summer wrap, or a cosy scarf in colder months. Made using basic crochet stitches that combine to create an interesting pattern, that is relaxing and quick to crochet
The simplest way to get chic is by pairing your outfits with Gradient Colorway Crochet Shawls. They are light and airy, therefore great for summer evenings and breezy days at the beach. Pastel colors look stunning as they smoothly flow from one to the other. As always, ombre adds depth
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Hello lovelies! Today i have a new(ish) crochet pattern for you all, i designed this crochet rectangle shawl a little while ago and had it as a paid pattern in my online shops but from today i have put it as a free pattern for you all to enjoy, Yay! I love working on shawl patterns especially if they have repeat rows that you can remember as they can easily be worked up whilst doing a few other things and this crochet shawl pattern fits the bill. This is fun, easy and beginner friendly. For this pattern i used Drops Baby Merino in a fingering weight yarn and a 5mm crochet hook. I know some of you are not as keen to use fingering weight yarns as they can take AGES to work up a pattern but this one worked up really quick and what i was looking to achieve was a nice light and airy shawl something that wasn't heavy. I did try this pattern in a dk yarn and an aran weight yarn but i really wasn't happy with it how it looked and felt so tried it with a much lighter weight yarn and to me it done the job and i hope you enjoy it just as much too. Please remember all my patterns are written using US crochet terminology. Happy Hooking! WHAT YOU WILL NEED: CROCHET HOOK// 5mm (US H) YARN// Any 4ply yarn - Recommended - Drops Baby Merino - Colourway - Light Sea Green (1528 yards) NOTIONS: Scissors Tape Measure Tapestry/Darning Needle - To weave in ends GAUGE: N/A FINISHED MEASUREMENT: (Approx) Width - 19.5 inches Length - 80 inches If you would like an AD free version of this pattern then you can purchase it from Etsy Here R1. Loosely chain 125sts, 1dc in 4th ch from hook, 1dc in next chain * Skip next 3 chains, work (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in next chain, skip next 3 chains, 1dc in next 3 chains * Repeat across, turn R2. Ch1 (does not count as a stitch from here and throughout) 1dc in very first dc, 1dc in next 2dc * Skip next 2dc, work (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in next ch2 space, skip next 2dc, 1dc in next 3dc * Repeat across ending with last dc in top of turning chain, turn R3. Ch1, 1dc in very first dc, 1dc in next 2dc * Skip next 2dc, work (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in next ch2 space, skip next 2dc, 1dc in next 3dc * Repeat across, turn Repeat row 3 until shawl measures 80 inches or until your desired length - If you decide to make your shawl longer you will need more yarn than what is stated Fasten off and weave in ends. * DISCLOSURE: This blog contains affiliate links (marked with *). By using them you support my blog. Thank you!
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"This light and lace shawl is worked from the top down, and you can easily adapt the pattern to any size. You can wear this design all year round. It is perfect for adding a bright pop of colour with your Winter outfits, and for draping around your shoulders on a Summer evening. A relaxing 2-row crochet shawl with an easy shell pattern. One skein of your favourite fingering weight gradient yarn, is all that is needed to make this light and lacy triangle shawl., and only 2 ends to weave in! A wide wingspan to curl around your neck and shoulders. An easy make using basic stitches so you can relax and crochet!"
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Have you ever crocheted a V-shaped shawl? The Grand Canyon Shawl Free Crochet Pattern is the perfect accessory for your wardrobe or to give as a gift.
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THIS LISTING HOLDS THE ENGLISH-US/ENGLISH-UK VERSION OF THE PATTERN. Don't you love the sea ? The water rushing over the beach, the sunlight reflecting on the waves like a thousand shining diamonds. Or maybe the deep, dark world full of life under the water surface ? I feel the Sea has a Soul and can't be tamed by anyone, it decided to do what it wants. This is where the inspiration for this lovely shawl full of waves came from. Some practical information about the pattern : The pattern is made with one Scheepjes Whirl and a crochet hook size 3,5mm. The finished size of the shawl will be : 125 cm / 50 inches weidth 75 cm / 30 inches height The pattern is written in US and UK terms and contains photos to guide you through the pattern. When you buy the pattern you will get a PDF file to download. 29/11/19 - NEW update - the pattern now also holds charts which you can download in a seperate file. The charts are provided and made by Elzbieta Sroczynska. If you purchased the pattern already before charts we're made and cant access it anymore, but you like to have the charts. Please send me a private message with your order number and the request. Besides that please make sure your downloaded the chart file uploaded from 01-12-19 as in previous file Row 27 was incorrect. After this date the chart was fixed. The pattern is available in English, Dutch, Swedish and Spanish. The Swedish version is translated by Anette Hakansson and the Spanish version is translated by Julia Velosa. The Uk version is made by Niamh Holcroft from Woollychickencrafts and she also tech edited the whole pattern. The shown examples are made with a Whirl Seabreezetease, there is a version made by Tineke Tap with a Whirl Ombre Mediterenean Mooha and there is one made by my mom with a Whirl Lavenderlicious. 16/03/20 - small errata detected in English version - Row 13. The pattern is saying you might have a total of 102 sts - where it has to be 104 sts. Besides that a st is missing in the chart for this Row as well.