Fashion Forward Crocodile Stitch Shawl


Fashion Forward Crocodile Stitch Shawl

Fashion Forward Crocodile Stitch Shawl
Fashion Forward Crocodile Stitch Shawl

Calling all fashionistas! If you can't seem to leave the house without wearing a shawl, then we have a crochet pattern for you. The Fashion Forward Crocodile Stitch Shawl features a dramatic and gorgeous design that you will love to wear. The famed crochet crocodile stitch takes center stage in this design, while the shawl is framed with fringe for a beautiful and colorful look. The blogger notes you can use any size hook and yarn for this project. Perhaps this project might be a good way to make a dent in your yarn stash!


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • 5 to¬†8 skeins of worsted weight yarn
  • H/8 or 5 mm hook

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Yummy! I just love the attached pictures for this fashion forward crochet crocodile stitch shawl. There is even a picture there to show you how to create the fringe that really sets this shawl apart from all the others. This just moved up my do crochet list.

Crocodile stitch or dragon scales, which would you call it? I just love this in the beautiful emerald colors. It works up into such a different shawl with this crochet technique. I have yet to work the stitch but this pattern is giving me a new desire to learn a new technique.

I'm sooo excited because I've been looking for a shawl similar to this to make for my eldest daughter. She wears a shawl in the house all winter long because she's rather cold natured. The one she's been wearing is starting to really fall apart and she needs a new one! I love the green variegated yarn they used! Would anyone happen to know what kind it is?

I usually don't care for things made completely in crocodile stitch, but I do like the way this shawl/poncho looks. I also really like the color she chose because it gives it more of a dragon look and I think the fringe balances out the busyness of the crocodile stitch.



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