Bluebonnet Shawl

Bluebonnet Shawl

Bluebonnet Shawl
Bluebonnet Shawl

"Time to get the FREE crochet pattern for the Bluebonnet Shawl on your hook. This fashionable and fun accessory will become a favorite of yours. So, grab your favorite color of It's a Wrap yarn, a hook and lets get started! You will be done by the end of the weekend. This is a free pattern on my website, but there is an Ad Free PDF with FULL CHARTS included available for only $3.99 The for purchase PDF includes FULL CHARTS and no ads from the Marly Bird Ravelry Store."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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I love this Bluebonnet Shawl by Marly Bird. Sooo beautiful!! It's a differently designed shawl which is more exciting than the usual shawl that is so limited in size. I will definitely make this. Sure. Love it!

This bluebonnet shawl is simply amazing. I love how the top is not quite a straight line. The colors used here are amazing too. This would look lovely in a single color too, if you so choose. Probably my favorite part of this pattern is the outer scalloped edge. What colors would you use?

The shape of this shawl is what is most important. Do you see how it does NOT have a straight top from end to end, like most of the shawls out there? It has an almost pieced together hexagon shape that rounds out over the shoulders and around the neckline. A beautiful design with beautiful yarn!

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