Crochet Openwork Shawl Pattern

Crochet Openwork Shawl Pattern

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Crochet Openwork Shawl / Wrap

Crochet Openwork Shawl / Wrap

Crochet Openwork Shawl / Wrap

The Crochet Openwork Wrap is a lacy design and may have you scratching your noggin for the first time through reading it. It’s not hard but you have to think a bit differently… let me explain.

The wrap is constructed in two segments. From the centerline to one of the tips is one piece. Then the second starts at the centerline that exists and goes to the other side.

The pattern is all written words and I really needed a diagram to be able to do this. Diva Dan and I teamed up together to make the diagrams and show you step that are not provided in the written pattern by Yarnspirations.

Yarnspirations Patterns

Crochet Openwork Shawl Pattern

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Downloadable Diagrams

You can download the Diagram PDFs here.

Crochet Openwork Diagrams Preview

Crochet Openwork Diagrams Preview. Click on this picture to download the PDF. The document is 3 pages with blown up diagrams for your convenience. It is referenced in the video tutorial as well.

Tutorial

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