Round SHawls Free Crochet Pattern

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So, you probably have made dozens of  rectangle shawls and triangle shawls, but are now hankering for something a little fancier, a little more out there? Am I right? Shawls based circles and sections of circles are a great way to up your shawl game, because as a form for shoulder wraps they are very much underestimated and underused. They seem to be slightly more complicated than rectangle shawls, but that can also be an advantage. They will be a more unique garment that gives you a beautiful rounded hem line around your back back and wrap nicely around your shoulders and front. Never to be underestimated, they will also be a lot of fun to make.
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  1. Terri Cane says:

    Very beautiful shawl. I will put this on my project list.

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