Amara Shawl


Variegated yarn in shades of sparkly blue is used to work up the Amara Shawl. This intermediate pattern creates a lacy pineapple design for the body of the shawl, and it features a simple and beaded single crochet border. Use worsted weight, as suggested, to create a substantial shawl that's still light enough for the spring and summer. 
"Sparkly, fun, fast, and light enough to wear even in a South Carolina Summer - that’s the Amara Shawl! Less than one ball of Lion Brand Shawl and a Ball was used to make this beautiful triangle shawl, embellished with nearly 500 (optional) beads. The beads add a little extra weight and drape, while the open stitch pattern keeps it lacy and light! Adding beads tutorial and stitch pattern tutorial videos are included! Why not make it today?"


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size67" wide x 46" along bottom 2 edges

Materials List

  • Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball
  • Beads (optional)




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The Amara shawl is oh, so pretty! It resembles seashells! The addition of the beads will really help it to stand out in the crowd. Of course, totally optional in my opinion. Might make it a little easier to wash, too. I had no idea that this uses the Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball! This makes it extra special. Thank you for this summertime shawl pattern which is the perfect choice for a poolside coverup.


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