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Flirty Pink Shell Shrug

Flirty Pink Shell Shrug
Flirty Pink Shell Shrug
This image courtesy of ashleemarie.com

Summer is a time for airy crochet lace patterns, especially when they are a soft pink color! This Flirty Pink Shell Shrug is the perfect addition to your light, warm-weather dresses or outfits. Featuring the crochet shell stitch and other creative ways to use the double crochet, this shawl has eye-catching design that will highlight your style. Making clothing might seem daunting, but the sleeves are worked in at the ends of your rows and there are specific stitch tutorials that will help you along your way. You can adjust the color and size to fit you exactly right, so get out your hooks for this fabulous summer crochet pattern.

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Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Finished SizeApproximately 29 inches long and 12 inches tall

Materials List

  • 1 skein worsted weight yarn (Shown here is Caron Simply Soft in Victorian Rose)
  • Size I/9-5.50mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Plastic needle for sewing corners together
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What a simple yet beautiful shrug! I do not have a lot of experience with the front post stitch but it is well worth learning to make this flirty pink shell shrug. A one skin creation that I am sure most of us will make more than one of. Thanks for the free pattern and the pictures.

It is really hard to believe that this shrug is so very easy to make. By working the shrug in rows to make a rectangle shape and sewing it together. This pattern only used a single skein of yarn so imagine the possibilities?!

I remember the days spent watching my daughter's dance classes and the ballet dancers would wear these shrugs to warm up their shoulders and upper arms! I always thought they were a good idea then and still do today. So many women work in offices that they keep at arctic temperatures! This little pink shrug would be perfect for a dancer or anyone you care about. I love the graceful pattern design too!

This shrug/shawl is beautiful! I love the airy crochet lace pattern. The pattern seems well written. The open stitching will make this project work up rather quickly, and I like projects that dont take very long as I tend to not finish them. Another bonus is that pink is my favorite color.

Ive never made a shrug before so I dont know if the way its constructed is typical or not. The pattern says to work approximately 81 chains and add or subtract multiples of 3 to establish the fit. Since the first row consists entirely of double crochet, I dont see why doing the same number of foundation double crochet wouldnt work just as well. Ill make a small sample before making the whole project.

The older I get, the less I like going around in skimpy tops. Shrugs like this are perfect for some coverage without burning you up on warm days. I will definitely put this in my to do pile. lol

If you are new to reading patterns, this is a great project. I am new at using patterns and only knew basic stitches, but was able to make this in a couple of days just hooking in the car! Learned the fpdc by watching the video by Fiber Flux on Youtube.com. Will upload pic when daughter has it on!

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