Glam Girl Shrug


This Glam Girl Shrug will be your best friend at all kinds of social events. Perfect for a range of activities from weddings to walks in the park, this crochet shrug will pull together your outfit and add style. You'll be amazed at this easy crochet shrug pattern. Just barely covering your shoulders, this shrug will protect you from a cool breeze and instantly makes any sleeveless dress or top more modest. Don't miss out on this perfect layering piece for any occasion.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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Wow, so pretty with all the subtle sparkles. I know this would be easily customized to fit your specific measurements. Once you understand the basic concept of a shrug, you can do this. I say this because she only gives sizing for extra small, small, medium, and large. It does not require a whole lot of yarn, though! I'd be able to work this up in a long weekend.

This Glam Shrug is perfect when you need only partial cover. When you're wearing a spaghetti strapped top or dress and it gets a little bit chilly then you can easily wear this for protection then take it off again when it gets warm.

This shrug pattern reminds me of my daughters' ballet classes. Many of the dancers would wear these to keep their shoulders warm during the winter or with the air conditioning on during the summer. Since that day they've crossed over into fashion for everyday wear. They'd be perfect for the offices where they practically freeze you out of your skin! I think having a couple of them in neutral colors would be a good idea and easy to stash in an office.

This shrug looks like a great addition to any ensemble. Id probably look into a different color (most likely black) and Id be curious if I could modify the pattern to use a smaller stitch (so that the holes/spaces are smaller). Perhaps even lining it with material to make it more appropriate for more professional settings. I dont care for how short (or how little coverage) the front provides, but I like that the pattern is simple and has picture tutorials. This is definitely a piece that Id like to try!


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