Sunflower Shawl


"Fall is nearly upon us, and that means sunflowers (and pumpkins)! This shawl creates a triangle shape, designed to be worn as shown in the photo as opposed to along the shoulders, and is worked in a join-as-you-go way, making it a little easier to finish, even though it is a labor of love. To make your own, you'll need some lightweight yarn (like Baby Bee's Sweet Delight), and H8/5mm crochet hook, and a tapestry needle. Each flower took me about 15 minutes to complete. Finished shawl measures 39” at Widest Point by 34.5” at Tallest Point."


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge15 HDC by 11 Rows = 4” by 3.5"

Finished Size39” at Widest Point by 34.5” at Tallest Point

Materials List

  • 875 Yards of Lightweight Yarn - I used Baby Bee's Sweet Delight Yarn in the Banana [Yellow] and Chocolate [Brown] colorways
  • H8/5mm Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends

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I like the unique style of this Sunflower Shawl. It's yellow, of course, with brown in the center. And the way this shawl is recommended to be worn is something unique. I'd like to try that as one fashionista.

I am famous for my fondness for sunflowers but this is too busy even for me. This is also a Join As You Go project, so that poses special challenges for me. Somehow I just have a hard time keeping the pieces from twisting themselves around, and I inevitably have to pull things out and get frustrated. More grief than I need in my life right now, but I will work up some individual flowers.


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