Crescent shawls are shawls with a unique shape. I love the name crescent because it reminds me of that phase of the moon where it is crescent shaped. It’s a beautiful and magical sight to behold. Crescent shaped shawls can be small or big, open and lacy, or tight and close stitches. They can also be crocheted as shawlettes and draping over the shoulder or longer to cover your back.
These crescent shawls in this pattern compilation show a variety of ways you can crochet the crescent shape. These shawls are also great for summer evenings, and perfect for cooler fall nights.
The Amelia Shawl is a one skein shawl pattern featuring Lion Brand Yarn’s Shawl in a Ball. With gorgeous color changes built right in, every shawl made will be unique! It’s a quick pattern, which makes it perfect for a Spring Mini Crochet Along – you can squeeze it in among your other projects, and take a few minutes to make something just for you! Though it does make a nice gift…
After designing the Skylark scarf, I had a few ideas for a spin~off pattern. The opportunity to bring life to the idea came when I was contacted by Frabjous Fibers to make a version using 2 of their mini~skein packs of Mad Hatter (sport weight). It was a perfect pairing, and I am madly in love with the result!
Create your own All Shawl using virtually any yarn, any gauge. This quick to crochet shawl has a rounded shape with open fronts, sort of like a pie with a wedge missing. This shape helps keep the shawl on your body, with enough fabric to wrap around and toss over the shoulder. Pattern offers tips on yarn substitution, adjusting for length and width, suggestions for customizing with your favorite lace edging or trim.
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.
Wrap body is worked sideways; crochet shell edging is added to finish.
This round up was compiled by Cre8tion Crochet Contributor Dianne Hunt.
Dianne is the owner of Same DiNamics Crochet. The name Same DiNamics is very special to her. It came about at a time where she needed something in her life. She started blogging by doing book reviews, which she still does. Dianne re-discovered crocheting about 3 years ago, she added ‘Crochet’ to her blog name for easy recognition. She has not let the hook down ever since. Her goal in crocheting is to learn as much as she can and do amazing things. She is following the journey that has been set before her. You can find Dianne on Ravelry, her blog or facebook.