Two pictures of a woman wearing a crocheted rectangular shawl in autumn.

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Let shawl season officially begin!

Undoubtedly, the weather outside is getting colder by the day. Certainly here, it’s also rained a lot more. Therefore, it’s definitely the time to crochet an autumn rectangle shawl or three. Thus, here are some ideas for these wonderful autumn accents to your outfit. Indeed, when it is warm enough to go outside without a jacket, but still just enough chilly to need to wrap up with a second layer of fabric,  it is the best time of the year to show off your skills with an elegant or fashionable scarf. Of course, these are just so wonderful and fun you’ll want to wear them year round, and they’ll serve you well at other times as well.

Duha Shawl

So, this beautiful autumn rectangle shawl will be a great addition to your fall outfit. The shawl in the photo is made with Expression Fiber Arts Luster Sport Yarn and measures about 45” W x 80” L (115 x 204 cm).  If you like it, please don’t hesitate and download the pattern now, because it is free for a limited time only.

Duha Shawl

The original pattern and more photos are available on Expression Fiber Arts:

Duha Shawl

Windowpane Scarf

However, an autumn rectangle shawl can also be a lighter, airier affair. Consequently here is the next idea for the Fall. Although this pattern is meant as an infinity scarf, it can be easily transformed into a rectangle shawl by adding a few extra rows. Also, its great contemporary color set based on the Mandala yarn, will hel it match all red-orange, magenta and cyan accents in your outfit.

windowpane shawl

The original pattern and the photos are available on  Love Crafts:

Love Crafts

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