Sometimes you need a little something to keep your shoulders warm on those cool summer nights. These lightweight wraps are the perfect solution. Light enough to be worn all day, but they still can keep the chill off in the evening or by an ocean breeze.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Alpaca Your Wrap by Tamara Kelly
Whether you use the same delicious baby alpaca I did or the yummy yarn of your choice, the Alpaca Your Wrap is gorgeous!
2) Starfish Stole by Jill Wright
Crochet this gorgeous stole in a silk-blend fingering weight yarn for drape and shine. A combination of chain stitches tacked down by single crochet stitches makes this stole easy and fast to whip up.
3) Queen Elizabeth Stole by Rae Blackledge
With a crown-like border fit for a queen, this lightweight shawl accents your outfit with a touch of grace and elegance.
4) Christina Wrap by Jessie Rayot
The Christina Wrap is a light and lacey wrap I designed and made for my future sister~in~law.
5) Penelope’s Lace Wrap by Celina Lane
Penelope’s Lacy Wrap free crochet pattern is so versatile that it can be worn in so many ways, including a scarf or swimsuit cover up wrapped around the hips. Within 2 to 3 hours, you’ll have something lovely for a Quick Christmas gift or Easter picnic.
6) Picnic Basket Shawl by Marie Segares
This variation on the pineapple motif reminds me of a little picnic basket, and this shawl is light enough to pack in your picnic basket in case it gets chilly!
7) Denim Blues Fling designed by Kim Guzman
This pretty, lacey shawl works up easily with Lion Brand’s Shawl in a Ball yarn.
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