A multicolored flower valley shawl on a chair.

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Some different takes on the same shawl

This pretty shawl is a fashionable project no matter which size you wear. Since it is available in sizes from S to 2XL, it’s a great project for all. Furthermore, the pattern is easy to make and works up very quickly. Indeed, simple stitches used in it, such as the single crochet, double crochet and treble crochet make this pattern perfect for beginners. A link the Flower Valley Shawl free crochet pattern is under the photos.

Skills: Intermediate    Designer:  Joanna Grzelak&Anna Kłosińska/SisHomemade


Here is a beautiful, strong color gradient highlighting the airy and lacy structure of the flower valley shawl. Consequently, it’s so reminiscent of a fiery sunset, isn’t it?

The full article about this pattern is here:

Flower Valley Shawl


However, the Flower Valley Shawl doesn’t need contrasting colors to underline beauty of its structure.  To that point, here is a beautiful version of the Flower Valley Shawl free crochet pattern made by_ania_anna on Instagram. I simply love her color combo with the very delicate color transitions.

Flower Valley Shawl

Flower Valley Shawl

photo source _ania_anna @ Instagram

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  1. I cannot understand where at the end is the patterns! Please help

    1. sharron R looney says:

      right above the sponsers.. the word flower valley shawl.. is in bold font.. click on it

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