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Lazy Weekend Crochet Shawl

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Updated February 09, 2017
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Lazy Weekend Crochet Shawl
Lazy Weekend Crochet Shawl
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Treat yourself to a lazy day of rest and relaxation this weekend. The Lazy Weekend Crochet Shawl is the perfect thing to wear as you lounge around the house or relax at the park with a good book. The best thing about this free crochet shawl pattern is its versatility. You can use any weight yarn to work up this pattern, and there are five different sizing instructions to choose from. It's a great addition to any woman's fall wardrobe.

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Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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I like the centuries old look of this shawl, however, I am not too keen on the colors used. It might be coming off slightly yellowish in color on my monitor. I think a stone color with a contrasting taupe would be simple and understated- maybe in keeping with the style of the 1800's. I appreciate the chance to try out this pattern.

I started making this and then wandered off to another more pressing project...lol! Going to finish it up now. I started it as a gift for someone but gave her something else so now it is for me! Nice and easy.

I love the simplicity of this Lazy Weekend Crochet Shawl. The color combination reminds me of the colors of dress my grandma used to wear. Even the colors of some of our bed sheets, curtains and linens lean towards these safe colors. I also remember the women where i live who would wear a shawl when going to church or to some formal occasion.

I made this shawl up for my granddaughter and I really love the shawl. I did have a little problem with it at first but it worked up beautifully. Thanks so much for sharing

I love the shawl so much, would like to make a prayer shawl also. My problem is, I am not a patter reader. Yet looking and reading thought, it looks doable. I tried but got confused and got a tail end in the fan! Could it be possible to give the total # of stitches at the end of the beginning rows to give confidence to the crocheter like me? I really love this pattern and want to make for the church group. Thank you in advance. Tabar

Why can't I print this Shawl pattern ????

Hi Gachuette, In order to access the pattern, please click on 'Click here for crochet pattern.' For printing, we suggest that you go to the page and highlight the text, then right-click on it. You'll get a window that gives you the option to "copy." Copy and then paste the text into a word document. You should be able print that document that way. Another option is to highlight exactly what you would like to be printed. Then, select print from your dropdown menu, and change your print range from all to selection. - editors of AllFreeCrochet

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