Crocheting an easy modern crochet shawl with Lion Brand’s yarn ‘Summer Nights’ is a blast. You’d fall in love with this light yarn with just the right amount of sparkle. In fact, this easy modern crochet shawl will add an element of elegance to your summer wardrobe. Moreover, a handmade shawl is a versatile statement accessory that you can wear and cherish for years to come.
Virus Crochet Shawl Pattern may be a strange name for a project. In fact, this is one of the most popular crochet shawl patterns among crocheters. If you are wondering where the ‘virus crochet shawl’ name comes from, it is due to the ‘viral’ nature of the pattern. It grows quickly as a virus with each round. There are many variations of this popular pattern. Although they all have the same basic structure in their foundation.
Crochet baby lovey is a perfect quick crochet project. Most importantly, you can finish it in one evening if you need a quick handmade gift for a baby shower. A baby lovey is any small blanket or toy a child uses to self-soothe when going to sleep. A small crochet baby lovey is a perfect example of such an item. This popular pattern is also called ‘virus’ as it grows quickly with each round. In fact, it is created going around the center, building on itself with each round.
For this scarf, we picked an easy textured stitch that is perfect for your crochet toolbox if you’ve never tried it before. Also, it is perfect even for beginners as it uses 2 basic crochet stitches: slip stitch and half double crochet stitch.
Are you looking for a crochet velvet baby blanket pattern? Velvet yarn is soft and luxurious to the touch but is not the easiest to work with. Are you looking for a crochet velvet baby blanket pattern? Velvet yarn is soft and luxurious to the touch but is not the easiest to work with. As an illustration, this easy blanket stitch works perfectly well with tricky velvet yarn.
The crochet shawl ‘My Valentine’ is perfect not only for Valentine’s Day or Christmas. In fact, this lacy crochet accessory can turn any outfit into festive attire. Most importantly, this lacy crochet pattern is much easier than it looks. Moreover, you can use any lightweight yarn for your crochet shawl. In summary, you can see that this free pattern is pretty easy. With a one-row repeat, you won’t have to remember elaborate instructions or consult a graph to crochet and finish your shawl.
Mosaic crochet (also called overlay mosaic crochet or just overlay crochet) is a technique that uses BLO (back loops only) single crochet stitches and FLO (front loops only) dropped double crochet stitches to create intricate designs. In fact, you would crochet textured stitches that lay over (hence the name overlay crochet) previous row stitches. As a result, it creates very intricate patterns reminiscent of tapestry or cross-stitching.
Free granny square crochet patterns are so popular for a variety of reasons. Initially, they are relatively simple to crochet. Firstly, even a newbie can discover exactly how to make a standard granny square after a few practice rounds. Second, they are effortless to customize. Also, you can make your own unique squares for coasters, as an example. You can change the colors, the size, the shape, really anything you want! Third, you can join granny squares with each other to produce all kinds of awesome accessories, like granny square baby blankets, square bags, and even hats.
Try this double crochet blanket if you want a fun crochet stitch. In addition to double crochet (dc), you will be also using chain (ch) stitches. Most importantly, even if you are a beginner, don’t be intimidated by this pattern. It looks more complicated than it really is. In fact, concentrate on the structure of the leaves made with double crochet stitches. After that, it is almost a mindless crochet project you can relax with.
A corner-to-corner crochet shawl uses a popular technique of C2C crochet that consists of diagonal rows to create a square. As we create a triangle, you would be only increasing rows, so there is no need to learn the decrease. As a result, each angled row has numerous “tiles,” additionally called “squares” or “blocks.” In short, each tile has 3 double crochet stitches, plus 3 chains that represent a fourth dc stitch. Note: to keep your edges straight, make the last double crochet of the row into the top of the turning chain instead of the chain space.