C2C Light Summer Shawls with Free Crochet Patterns

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Sometimes you need a little something to keep your shoulders warm on cooler summer nights. These lacy C2C Light Summer Shawls are the perfect solution. They are easy and quick to make and they look sophisticated and elegant. Such shawls are an ideal thing to take on holidays because they look as good on the beach as on the evening out. The color combinations are endless! Let your imagination loose and create a beautiful addition to your wardrobe. C2C crochet patterns always work! Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

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If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Beautiful Summer Ponchos and Delicate Floral Headbands.

Corner To Corner Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

Any romantic souls here? The simple yet elegant shawl has a soft and delicate lacy pattern! It will certainly make a perfect accessory for cooler spring and summer days. Will you make one this season? Carle’ Dehning explained everything!

Level: upper beginner Author: Carle’ Dehning

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The original pattern and the photos are on Nurturing Fibers here. More info on Ravelry here.

Fortune’s Shawlette  Free Crochet Pattern

Corner to corner stitch with a twist is what makes this shawl stand out. The lovely openwork is perfect for summer, and you can definitely get creative with the colors here. C2c crochet shawls patterns always give us plenty of room for creativity.

Level: upper beginner Author: Tamara Kelly

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The original pattern is on Moogly Blog here. More info on Ravelry here. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Lavender Garden C2C Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

Who is looking for a super relaxing pattern? Or maybe we have some beginners here? You will all love this airy triangle shawl designed by amazing Tonya Bush! The lavender inspiration totally bought us. How about you? Oh, we love c2c crochet shawls!

Level: beginner Author: Tonya Bush

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The original pattern and the photos are on Nana’s Crafty Home here. More info on Ravelry here.

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