Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.
1)Chevron Lace Wrap ~ Free Crochet Pattern by Moogly It’s only August, but already the sunsets are earlier, the temps are dropping a little lower, and Autumn is surely on its way. Fend off the chill of overactive AC now and cool temps later with this Chevron Lace Wrap! Made with fingering weight cotton it’s a not-too-warm shawl in the fall and spring, and a warm breathable scarf in the winter.
2) Down the “Rocky Road” to Pick Spring Flowers – Crochet Shawl Pattern by Glamour 4 You This fabulous shawl is the winning shawl from the 1st round of The Battle of the Stitches.
3) Extended Ripple ~ Free Crochet Pattern by Jessie At Home This ripple pattern adds a lacey look to the classic ripple. This is really more of a stitch pattern; however, there are several finished project photos with details to help you with ideas. This pattern can be used with just about any size yarn and the coordinating hook. I do not recommend novelty yarns, as the textures of the yarn can make the stitches difficult or just take away from the look of the stitch pattern.
4)Zinnia Flower Shawl ~ Free Crochet Pattern by Fiber Flux The Zinnia Flower Shawl is a breath of fresh sunshine, crocheted in bright and happy colors. This triangle shawl is worked in an all over V stitch and finished off with a super simple edging. Perfect when you need a little something extra to throw over your shoulders.
5) Abstract Shawl ~ Free Crochet pattern by Posh Pooch Designs I am totally in love with this Shawl and how the pattern turned out, and especially this yarn. I used Red heart Boutique Treasure ABSTRACT. It is amazingly soft and light. The colors gently flow from tone to tone and shade to shade. The light weight yarn and the Long V Stitches are perfect for a Spring Shawl.
6) Natalie Crochet Net Shawl and Wrap ~ Crochet Pattern by Jessie At Home This net shawl or wrap is lightweight and perfect for a spring or summer accessory. Rather than using the popular net yarn to make ruffles or a scarf, it connects the yarn top to bottom to create an airy fabric. The shawl is half circle in shape, and the wrap is a bit more stretched out, becoming longer and thinner than the shawl.
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!
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