Majestic Skies Crochet Shawl Pattern


Majestic Skies Crochet Shawl Pattern

Majestic Skies Crochet Shawl Pattern
Majestic Skies Crochet Shawl Pattern

"While this beautiful crochet motif would be gorgeous in a solid color, Kristin has taken it to another level with 4 gorgeous colors! In this pattern she will show you how to take a square motif, join it together to create a fabric, manipulate it to create triangle motifs in rounds AND rows, and even create an edging ALL WITHIN the same stitch pattern. And what a stunning shawl that results! Scroll to the bottom of the free pattern page for all charts and a how-to tutorial video."


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Crochet Gaugeeach square motif is 5" after blocking

Finished Size72" long x 36" tall

Materials List

  • Be So Sporty Yarn, MC 2 hanks, CC1 1 hank, CC2 1 hank, CC3 1 hank

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What a beautiful crochet shawl pattern. The designer dedicated a lot of time and effort in this project., from the selection of colors to the placement of the motifs. Great job and I would have gladly paid for this free pattern. Love it!

Even though this pattern if for a shawl the motifs would be beautiful in a project like a table clothe that could show of all that splendor in the design. The colors blend so well together I would hate to bunch this up around my neck. I feel like I would want to spread my arms out as I walked to that all could see just how beautiful this is. This is really beautiful!

This lace shawl pattern is listed as "easy"! It does not LOOK easy! It has such an intricate look that it will fool you into thinking that it is an advanced crochet pattern. You work separate motifs and join them together to make this specific shawl shape. I think the fact that it is made in separate pieces- that is how it can be made EASY. I am loving this.

Kristen Omadal is the queen of lace. She comes up with most beautiful designs. I love the delicate look of this shawl and I love that it is made with squares because I think they are fun to make and it always feels like it takes less time to construct. I can't wait to try this beautiful shawl.

This is one of the most beautiful shawls I have ever seen, and its hard to believe the author has it classified as easy. The author also provides several charts detailing exactly where the individual sections are joined together as well as a complete assembly diagram. Unfortunately, there doesnt seem to be an instructional video linked to the pattern, but Im willing to bet she has one on her YouTube channel.

This is an absolutely gorgeous shawl and I can imagine it made up in more neutral colours to be worn over an evening dress. I would, however, debate the classification of Easy . Constructing a fairly delicate garment of squares and triangles requires precise tension and well developed skills in blocking and joining. I think this pattern would be better categorised as Intermediate or even experienced.


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