Lavender Blooms Triangle Shawl


Lavender Blooms Triangle Shawl

Spring is in the air with this Lavender Blooms Triangle Shawl crochet pattern. The design on this shawl pattern is so gorgeous that I guarantee you don't have anything like it. Some cluster stitches in between single and double crochet help form the bloom design so that you have a spectacular floral pattern. The purple is what makes this crochet shawl seem like lavender blooms, but you could use red for roses or yellow for daisies. Crochet your own garden full of shawls with this pattern!


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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I have learned an appreciation for the humble scarf. I can serve so many functions from an accessory to a necessity. I always bring one with me when I leave the house even in the heat of summer. I have been known to frequent places that my shawl has warded of the cool of the AC that some establishments tend to overdo. I want to add this one to my collection. It is simply beautiful.

This lavender blooms triangle shawl is absolutely beautiful. With the inclusion of the video tutorial I had the opportunity to learn the bloom shaped cluster technique. With such talented designers being able to provide quality free patterns I will never run out of crochet items to make for myself or as to gift to family and friends.

I actually think that worked up in these particular colors, this motif looks more like my lilac bush than lavender blooms. Worked in a certain shade of green, this also looks like dragon scales. I found some interesting iridescent green that would be perfect for this. I think I might go that route with this project since Im hoping to go in with another crochet crafter at the next comic con.

OMG I love this Lavender Blooms Triangle Shawl! It looks so elegant and would be perfect for a nice night out. I truly appreciate the video she did to accommodate the written pattern. It helps me understand the written pattern better. I so need to go buy some fingerling weight yarn to make this one. I love the colors used in this Lavender Blooms Triangle Shawl. I'm hoping mine will come out as great as the written pattern one did. Fingers crossed! Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

I totally agree Cheryl Y! This pattern is drop dead gorgeous! We live in an area where they grow lavender so I think it would be very appropriate for me to make this one up. It's a great representation. I'm a visual learner so the video is very, very helpful to me but the artisan has also included written directions and a chart as well.


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