Two pictures of a woman wearing a crocheted shawl.

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These Beautiful shawls will be perfect for the autumn chill. They can be worn tightly around the shoulders and neck, to keep your collar warm and cosy.

Cedar Creek Shawl

Skills: Easy to Intermediate   Designer : Jessica Underwood

Cedar Creek Shawl

The full tutorial with this pattern is here:

Cedar Creek Shawl

Astraios Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

Astraios is a beautiful triangular shawl made mainly of puff and moss stitches. While, of course, you are welcome to play around with the color, it definitely is definitely stunning in the emerald hues selected by the author. It’s a great medium-dense shawl for the fall, and a beautiful accessory. It will also be a great project to polish your skills. A link to free patterns is included under the photos.

Skills: Easy to Intermediate   Designer : Silke Terhorst

Astra Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

The full tutorial with this pattern is here:

Astraios Shawl

The Fall Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

If you want a slightly more compact, but equally pretty shawl, the Fall Shawl pattern below is a great idea. It doesn’t cover you up like the Astraios one, but has a lovely serrated edge that will complement any casual outfit.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Mamachee

The Fall Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

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The full tutorial with this pattern is here:

The Fall Shawl

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One Comment

  1. Mary Ann Martin says:

    I am working on the Cedar Creek Shawl using the Lion Brand Comfy Cotton Blend yarn and the H crochet hook. I have to admit that I am not the most experienced crocheter but I am capable of following a pattern. I am about 50 rows into the pattern but I cannot believe that what I have so far is going to look like the picture on the pattern. What I have is about 11′ wide and 22′ long. A cone shaped piece. Am I doing something horribly wrong. The texture of the piece does not seem right either. It is the texture of a bathroom rug. It is a very close weave also. I simply cannot believe that this is going to look like the one in the picture.

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