Rainbow Shawl Pattern

Rainbow Shawl Pattern

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Crochet Rainbow Shawl

Crochet Rainbow Shawl

Crochet Rainbow Shawl

The Crochet Rainbow Shawl is an asymmetrical design that is classified as easy but I think it’s more suited for an intermediate level. I feel a crocheter needs to see the visual queues for potential aggravation of continuous counting.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Rainbow Shawl

The pattern is using Caron Skinny Cakes but is a limited time product at Michaels. I subbed for Sugar Bush Dawson yarn. I don’t know how many hanks I will need as I am making it during the tutorial. You can substitute with the hook and yarn as long as they complement each other.

For myself, I really struggled with this written word until did a crochet diagram. For your convenience, I have drawn what it looks like in crochet symbols. The video may be a bit long-winded for those who prefer to get on with things quicker.

I spent time in the video tutorial to show you things you can watch for.

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Crochet Diagram

In the video, you see me correcting this diagram. It’s been corrected below. Click the picture to download.

Crochet Diagram - Rainbow Shawl

Crochet Diagram – Rainbow Shawl

Tutorial

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