Sunny Isles Crochet Shawl

Sunny Isles Crochet Shawl

Sunny Isles Crochet Shawl
Sunny Isles Crochet Shawl

"Sunny Isles Crochet Lace Shawl FREE Pattern by Kristin Omdahl Beginning at the center and working outward sideways, the beautiful crochet lace stitch work of 3-petal flowers in continued into a larger scaled version for a delicate, floral edging. The second half of the shawl begins on the other side of the starting chain, and works out in the opposite direction symmetrically for a beautiful, rectangular wrap. It takes only one skein of Be So Fine by Kristin Omdahl. One skein shawl with only 2 ends to weave in! Skill Level Easy Finished Size Width 18” Length 61½”"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size18" x 61.5"

Materials List

  • 1 hank Be So Fine Yarn
  • G/6 (4mm) crochet hook

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This sunny isles crochet shawl is really pretty. The color will coordinate with anything so it can easily be dressed up or down. With its feminine charm it can easily take you form a stroll on the beach to a night on the town. I love the concept of design, center out and one two ends to weave it. Thanks for the free pattern.

This Sunny Isles Crochet Shawl used a neutral color of yarn but it still looks great for use in the beach. I like the airiness, the flimsy look and the lightness of this accessory. Can be done in your preferred color.

I can really appreciate this shawl. The designer selected an expensive bamboo fingerling to make this so I know it is luxurious to say the least. I remember what my Mamma always told me, "You get what you pay for." This would be a valued item in the wardrobe with a lot of wear in the future.

Does this yarn cost $30 for a ball? I am just reading the pop-ups along side of her blog... if it is, it must be some super beautiful yarn! All kidding aside, I cannot believe that this is rated "easy"! It seems like the pattern is a fairly easy repeat that I could memorize after a few rows. Thanks for that!

I love the delicate, floating nature of this shawl. The construction is unusual, too. You make an initial central row, and then each side is worked outwards from there. The result is a symmetrical, mirrored image of the first side. It sounds confusing, but the author has included both a chart and instructional video. The chart really helped me visualize the entire project even though I didnt actually use it to work the pattern.


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