Simple Scarlet Crochet Shrug Pattern


Simple Scarlet Crochet Shrug Pattern

Simple Scarlet Crochet Shrug Pattern
Simple Scarlet Crochet Shrug Pattern

Crochet tops add the perfect pop to all outfits, from sundresses to tank tops and jeans. The Simple Scarlet Crochet Shrug Pattern is an easy crochet pattern even for beginners, thanks to this new simplified stitch. You can adjust this vibrantly colored shrug for any size. The edged sleeves give it a polished appearance, but it doesn't take more than a few days to make. This free crochet shrug pattern will keep you from wondering how to spice up that lackluster outfit, and it's also useful to grab when you are headed out and need some stylish warmth with your nicer dresses.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge18 sts (6 repeats) x 8 rows = 4 inches in pattern

Finished SizeSizes include (bust measurement): XS (28-30 in.); S (32-24 in.); M (36-38 in.); L (40-42 in.); XL (44-46 in.); 2X (48-50 in.); 3X (52-54 in.); 4X (56-58 in.); 5X (60-62 in.)

Materials List

  • I, 5.5mm hook (Furls Fiberarts Cocobolo used)
  • 330 – 820 yds DK weight yarn: Lion Brand LB Collection Superwash Merino in Cayenne shown (100 % Merino; 306 yds/280 m); 100 g/ 3.53 oz)
  • Yarn needle (Susan Bates Finishing needles used)

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So, I did decide to go ahead and make this one, and I made it for my sister. She wears little cropped cardis and shrugs a lot with her tanks. She is a larger plus size woman, and I am here to tell you that it came out perfectly as pictured!

I am thrilled to see this in more than one size and my size is included! I am understanding the principle of how the shrug is made but I was considering adding additional rows to the sleeves to make a "long-sleeve" shrug. Any ideas on the thought?

Thank you for providing this simple crochet shrug pattern in multiple sizes and one that will fit us curvy girls. The directions are well written and I can not wait to get started on this project. I plan on make several in different colors.

Another great pattern from Moogly designs. There was another poster on another shrug pattern who was having trouble understanding how to sew it together to create the arm holes. In this pattern, she explains it effortlessly. "Sew" simple! The original stitch pattern she created gives a very interesting look to it.

I had no idea of the simple concept of a shrug! I absolutely love that the artist has included the larger sizes--right up my alley. I can see these gorgeous colors over a little black dress showing off the stitching. This pattern might warrant a couple of Christmas gifts for my daughters )


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