Endless Summer Shawl

Endless Summer Shawl
Endless Summer Shawl

The fiery colors of this Endless Summer Shawl will definitely remind you of a spectacular summer sunset. Make this free crochet shawl pattern if you want to add a pop of color to your wardrobe. Use fingerling yarn to complete this lightweight crocheted shawl for summer. The unique trapezoid shape of this crochet design allows this piece to be draped loosely around the shoulders, tied as a fashion scarf, or wrapped as a cowl.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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There are such gorgeous colors in this shawl. The original name given to it by the designer was Sunset shawlette. I can see the colors of the sunset in it. Looks just like our sky in the summer evenings. It can be worn is so many different ways other than the traditional way with its unique trapezoid shaping.

Wow! The colors in this striking shawl will definitely brighten up any outfit. Shawls are so versatile and easy to wear and I think this one is going to be the perfect addition to my wardrobe. And thank you to Inukshuk84 (below) for the comment suggesting different yarns for different applications. I have some bamboo yarn in gorgeous bright colours which I think will be perfect.

I have crocheted this pattern multiple times! It's very versatile. It works perfectly in the spring and summer as a light shawl on those still cool evenings, but I've also made it for the autumn and winter as a scarf, but in heavier fibers. I would recommend a fiber like cotton or bamboo for the warmer months and a soft, warm fiber like merino wool for the colder months. It can be very cozy!

I have REPEATEDLY tried to print this pattern and cannot! If you give patterns on the web, they should be able to be printed. I cannot carry my big PC around with me to crochet this. Am very frustrated about this! Dee

Thank you for your message. 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." Click 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 drop-down menu, and change your print range from all to selection. --editors of AllFreeCrochet

If you scroll all the way down to the end of the pattern (after the info about reprinting the pattern) there is a green button that states "printer friendly." Click on this and then either choose print or PDF (which allows you to save a copy on your computer). Hope this helps )


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