Crochet Crest of the Waves Shawl Pattern

Crochet Crest of the Waves Shawl Pattern

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Crochet Crest of the Waves Shawl

Crochet Crest of Waves Shawl

Crochet Crest of Waves Shawl

See the Crochet Crest of the Waves Shawl, a new pattern to try. It reminds me of wings spreading out.

There is a crochet diagram available to get yourself started. It’s definitely an intermediate level as the ripples build out as you go.

It starts off at the back of the neck and goes outward. This means that you could make this any size you wish. Just adjust for your yarn usage if you are changing sizes.

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Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Free Pattern: Crochet Crest of the Waves Shawl

Sister Shawl

This is the sister to this shawl. It has a different start up but once row 2 starts, it’s the same pattern. It’s also using self-striping yarn. This is called the Crochet Lacy Shawl. Though the pattern is the same, there is a new video for the Crest Shawl which I intentionally slowed way down and if this video is too quick for you. The Crest Version is much slower with a lot of extra explanations where it matters the most.

Crochet Lacy Shawl

Crochet Lacy Shawl. Click this picture to get more information, free pattern or video tutorial.

Crochet Diagrams with Marked Repeating

Click on pictures to print or save.

Working Notes to Compare Rows

This is shown in the tutorial and I promised you could have this. There are 3 pages.

Tutorial

Tutorial launching Sept 12, 2020 around 10 am.

 

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