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Hello Spring Shawl

Hello Spring Shawl
Hello Spring Shawl

"Spring just around the corner. Hello spring shawl is perfect for your everyday look, this shawl is an easy crochet pattern perfect for beginner and features a very basic crochet stitches. This shawl will be one of your favorite accessories for your wardrobe on the chilling cold day. I made this pretty shawl used cotton yarn with 3.5 mm crochet hook. Add your own style by add some color to make them oh so stylish."


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

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

Finished Sizefree size

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Wow! I like this Heoolo Spring Shawl for its design, stitch used, and color. I like the way this style of shawl is worn. I want to use a different color for my own use. Great a gift to a friend, to sister or mom.

What a beautiful color. This is the perfect Spring shawl. It should allow just enough warmth if there is a slight chill in the air because of the open weave. The little tassels on each end of the shawl really makes it special. Made in a single piece and the designer was cool enough to include pictures through out the directions.

I could not find the color of the yarn that she used in the piece but I see she used Lion Brand 24/7 cotton yarn. Now I have to search on line for the color. If I can not find that color blue I am sure I can find a warm spring color to use in it's place.

I like the look of this Heoolo Spring Shawl, the color screams Spring! The pattern is well written with some great pictures showing how to do it. I'm looking forward to making this one in the beautiful blue she used. So easy and it will make a great addition to my shawl collection. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet shawl pattern.

Not only is it very pretty and very easy to do, but to me it looks more like knit than crohet.i just have to make it and if I can find that color, even better. It's a Spring shawl in all of its glory. Thank you for sharing it with us.

Working from the top end on down is my preferred method. I appreciate the photos that show how it is supposed to work up as you go. Too often, I will pass on a pattern because of no meaningful photos or a lack of work in progress pics. Especially if the pattern is confusing or it is a concept that I am not familiar with. What a pretty shawl. Thank you for offering it!


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