Crochet Easy Shells Shawl Pattern

Easy Shells Crochet Shawl
Easy Shells Crochet Shawl
Easy Shells Crochet Shawl

Crochet Easy Shells Shawl

Certain shawls are just for lounging, other shawls at definitely for special occasions. This Crochet Easy Shells Shawl is cotton and is good enough to be worn during special events like weddings.

It’s using Patons Grace that is 100% Mercerized Cotton. This is not dishwashing cotton but fashion cotton. WIth #3 weight yarn and lustre to the yarn, it provides incredible stitch definition.

Free Easy Shells Pattern

This yarn is compact and has a bit of weight to it. So it drapes with your body. Being cotton, can keep you warm but also keep you cool.

Inside the free pattern that has been adapted from Yarnspirations, you will find the written and crochet diagram instructions. It’s suggesting 6 balls of Patons Grace but if you would like to make it bigger, you certainly can. Just continue and it will expand as you will start off at the point of the shawl and work outward.


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  1. Ann

    I cannot find the written instructions for the Crochet Easy Shell Shawl. Would you please tell me how to find the instructions. Thank you.

    • There is a blue pattern button you click on that and it takes you the yarnspiration page where there is a long grey pattern button, you click on that and it takes you to the actual pattern.

  2. Patt

    I would like to make a blanket with the same stitch as the easy shell shawl. Where di I find that pattern please. I live the look if the shawl

    • Mikey

      I just updated the article to have a big blue pattern link. I think you may have overlooked it in the article. Hopefully, this helps.

  3. Linda

    Love your channel. It’s the best crochet channel online! QUESTION: What is the pattern in the video at 2:26? It’s lavender. Thank you. (Welcome to the crochet crowd)

  4. Lorraine

    I am trying a new stitch which is the waistcoat stitch with a chevron pattern. It is a beanie pattern and I am not sure how to follow the graft for the pattern.
    Do you have a tutorial on how to make a beanie with a chevron pattern?

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