Shawl

Mariposa Shawl – Beautiful yarn is so fun to use!

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Mariposa was given its name by some of the amazing artists in my local knit and crochet group because they said the shawl looks like a butterfly. I really enjoyed creating Mariposa, it’s an easy and fun pattern to make and the yarn is a joy to work with. Nurturing Fibres Eco-Fusion yarn is made in South Africa, and the American distributor, Good Loops Yarn, has given me a discount code for all of you!

Mariposa Shawl crochet pattern by Jessie At Home
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Fall Houses Lace Shawl – A beautiful knit pattern with beautiful yarn!

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Fall Houses Lace Shawl features blocks of lace that look like little houses off-set in solid stripes. The shawl is then finished up with a unique eyelet border. The lace sections are made in a variegated yarn and the stripes are made in colors picked out from the variegated yarn. You will be able to keep warm in stunning fall fashion with the Fall Houses Lace Shawl.

Fall Houses lace shawl knit pattern by Jessie At Home
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Easy Crochet Lace Bordered Shawl – Seas of Change

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Easy crochet lace is such a great way to add something special to a basic shawl pattern. Seas of Change wrap is a simple double crochet triangular shawl with a super pretty and super easy crochet lace border. A change of colors between the two parts brings even more interest to the shawl.

Easy Crochet Lace Bordered Shawl - Seas of Change - crochet pattern by Jessie At Home
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Jacob’s Ladder Crochet Wrap Pattern – Twisted Strands Wrap

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Jacob’s ladder crochet is used in the Twisted Strands Wrap to add texture and show off the lovely Cascade 220 Superwash Wave yarn. It has rounded ends finished off with a long braided tassel. This wrap is a wonderful way to dress up and warm up your outfit. Though this pattern is listed as intermediate, a confident beginner could complete it.

Twisted Strands Wrap crochet pattern by Jessie At Home
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Eyelet Row Knitting Pattern – Connect the Dots – Great Beginner Project!

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This eyelet row knitting pattern is great for beginners. Connect the Dots is just the right size for tweens to adults. Of course, you can always use more or less yarn to make it bigger or smaller to suit your needs. The shawl features stripes of about 1.5 inches of garter stitch and then a row of eyelets. Connect the Dots is a great way to conquer your first eyelet row knitting pattern.

Eyelet Row Knitting Pattern - Connect the Dots by Jessie At Home
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How to Pin a Shawl (or wrap, or scarf, or cape…) – Featuring a Brittany shawl pin

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Are you unsure how to pin a shawl or what shawls require pins? Today I’m going to give you a few ideas on pinning yarn shawls, scarves, and capes using a shawl stick from Brittany Knitting Needles and Crochet Hooks.

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Knit Dragon Wing Cape

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The Dragon Wing Cape features horizontal stripes and raised vertical spines which come to points creating a wing-like look. The raised spines are made from a technique similar to the crochet Jacob’s ladder stitch. With three skeins of Juniper Moon Farm Moonshine yarn this cape is a joy to make. Just pay attention to your stitch markers and it’s pretty easy, too!

Dragon Wing Cape - free knit pattern by Jessie At Home
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