Shrugs, Shawls & Boleros


Shrugs, Shawls & Boleros

Shrugs, Shawls & BolerosShrugs, Shawls & Boleros
Gifted by: Leisure Arts
Reviewed by Elena Hunt for

Fashionable, practical and best of all – Crochetable!  If you love crochet wearables, you will find 6 fantastic patterns in Shrugs, Shawl & Boleros.  These patterns all use Lion Brand® Heartland® Yarn which will give these garments a soft and cozy feel.  From a vest style bolero to a full length cocoon, you will be the envy of your friends and family!

This 48-page crochet booklet is perfect to add to your pattern library for those simple, cozy patterns that we all love to make!  There are 6 easy-to-read patterns that range from easy to intermediate. With the well written instructions and diagrams, all of these patterns can be made by an experienced beginner.  And, in the back of the booklet there is all the information you need on yarn standards, gauge and much more.  On the cover you will see the pattern for the Quick Cocoon; this drew my attention quickly to the inside of the booklet.  The pattern for the cocoon on page 40 has a unique stitching pattern that makes this project very eye-catching. I think the cocoon will be the next project on my to-do list!  Another of my favorites is the Convertible Flower Lace Shrug on page 12; this is an amazing garment that can be worn as a shrug, vest or shawl. Of course, all 6 patterns are fantastic and I’m sure my daughters will want me to make all of them!! 

All you need to get started is this great pattern booklet, a hook and your yarn!! If you’re like me, the hard part will be to choose which pattern to make first! 

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this site is very misleading as looking for patterns and not getting any just links . Out of order , very disappointed .

I found the booklet on the leisure arts site for $5.99. This link is misleading as a free download, it's just a review.

No patterns very disappointed

How do you get patterns all I'm getting is the description of what's in the collection?

how do you get the patterns?

Where are the patterns etc you talk of ?


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