Daisy Fields Shawl


"This Daisy Fields Shawl is the first of many to come in my latest collection, the Daisy Fields Collection! Super cute way to keep your shoulders covered for any event!"


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Worsted Weight Yarn (600 yards)
  • I 5.50mm Crochet Hook
  • Yarn Needle

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With what I can see in the small picture I like the look of this Daisy Fields Shawl. I wish there were more pictures showing a closer view of the shawl stitch pattern. After reading the written pattern, I feel it will work and look beautiful with the border. I added this one to my to do list and hope to make it soon. It will be a nice one to wear in the late fall and winter in my home. Thank you for sharing this free crochet shawl pattern.

I like the dark teal color used here but I guess the yarn used is too thick and heavy. I like the Fringed shawl because it can be placed on the shoulder and just let it hang freely down the body.

Ive seen so many tempting shawls on here, but this is one of the loveliest. It looks warm, too, since its close textured enough to keep out a draft, but open enough that it wont be overly heavy. And that gorgeous detailed border is just wonderful. This is a Lavender Chair project, so I already know its going to be a quality project. There arent any step by step photos or instructional videos either. Including these would let an experienced Beginner tackle it.

This is a beautiful shawl. Really look at the trim or edging. That is spectacular. I am not a fan of the color but I can really see this in a warm or pastel color. I see the designer marked it is intermediate but I am hoping my self-determination will see me through.

I love this Daisy Fields shawl (not sure why the name) and I would love to see the collection. Can anyone help with that?

The "save pattern" button has disappeared! Help!

Hi granmaroe, The Save pattern button has just moved! It's now below the pattern - look for the gray button with the + on it. :) Julia, AFC editor

This shawl is so stunning I must save it to my projects tab to make in the future...I have a good friend whom I have in mind for this one. And it must be in purple! I like draping a shawl over one shoulder, wearing it over my coat. It has such a sophisticated look. The Caron Simply Soft is the perfect choice here. It has the ultimate drape and softness.

Love this Daisy Fields pattern! The color used is not at all Me but that is such a minor point and easily changed. When I first saw it I felt that the pattern looked harder than Intermediate so I crocheted a sample of the stitches and it really is not at all difficult. I am going to look in my substantial yarn stash and see if I have anything suitable otherwise I will be off to my local yarn store in the morning!

This Daisy Fields Shawl brings back memories of my college days when I used to get invited to be a partner at fraternity balls. I would always get invited by fratmen friends from the College of Veterinary Medicine from my university and I remember I would always wear a shawl on my spaghetti-strapped gown. I remember this black velvet shawl from my mom which I would always wear to the ball. I did not have an idea a crocheted shawl can also look great when paired with a formal evening wear.

You can just copy and paste the directions onto word and print from there!

Absolutely lovely shawl. #bestideaever

How pretty! This seems like the perfect shawl for a night walk on the beach.


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