Decorative Textured Shawls – Free Crochet Patterns
Welcome, beautiful people! Who would like to crochet a couple of Decorative Textured Shawls? We hope you are all in the mood! While browsing in search of inspiration, we have come upon two outstanding accessories you all deserve to see. Light as a cloud and super fancy, each of these shawls will make you feel and look fabulous. While working on these patterns written by experienced authors, you will get to experiment with colors and different types of yarn. Follow the detailed instructions or use the examples as starting points for your own creative expression. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
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Leaf Assortment Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
The leaf motif is certainly among our favorites! How do you feel about it? We believe it makes this shawl as well as other crochet projects absolutely stunning. The gem designed by Wiam’s Crafts will surely look fabulous no matter the yarn type or color. What will you go for then?
Level: intermediate Author: Wiam’s Crafts
The original pattern and the photos are on Wiam’s Crafts. More info is on Ravelry.
Maple Leaf Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
To fight cold breeze and evening chill, you need extra protection. We mean, extra-long shawl. This beauty is over 100 inches long, so you can wrap it around your neck quite a few times. Lovely rich color with subtle ombre is perfect for this project. It’s suitable for beginners, so don’t hesitate and crochet some textured shawls!
Level: intermediate Author: Kirsten Ballering
The original pattern and the photos are on Haak Maar Raak. More info is on Ravelry.
Ella Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
What a beautiful stitch! And the color? Don’t even get us started! This wonderful shawl by TLH Patterns is going to be such a stylish addition to your wardrobe. Will you use the same fiery red yarn or go for a different shade instead?
Level: intermediate Author: TLH Patterns
The original pattern and the photos are on The Lazy Hobby Hopper. More info is on Ravelry.