A round up of circular shawls, 7 free crochet patterns that are part or all of a circle.
Tonight’s free crochet pattern round up features shawls that are part or all of a circle. I discovered these were few and far between, but I still managed to find 7 that I love. Enjoy!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Paper Dolls by Kim Guzman
“This quick-to-stitch shawlette would be perfect for those cool evenings in the Fall. The shawl base is followed by a lace edging, resembling a string of paper dolls.”
2) Winter White Sashay Capelet by Jessie At Home
“The Winter White Sashay Capelet will add class to your seasonal outfit. The open stitch pattern provides a lacy look to the capelet, and it’s finished off with 3 rows of fun and fuzzy Red Heart Sashay yarn.”
3) Branching Out Shawlette by Tamara Kelly
“The Branching Out Shawlette is a great shawl for beginners – the stitches are simple, but very pleasing, and it’s an easy shawl to make.”
4) Delightfully Southern Shawl by Kathy Lashley
“You’ll love this crescent shawl shawl called the Delightfully Southern Shawl. The Caron Cakes gives great stitch definition and will definitely give you a “Look Elegant, Feel Elegant” attitude!”
5) Two-Color Shawl by Lindsey Stephens
“Color is the story in this charming shawl. A sock weight yarn and easy-to-memorize striping pattern form the basis of this great project.”
6) Allegra by Stefanie Bold
“This halfcircle shawl is worked in Tunisian simple stitch with a small border.”
7) Spill by Jenn Wolfe Kaiser
“Spill is a shawl worked in rows in a gradient yarn, with short rows used to create a gradual, off-center color change.”
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