Two pictures of a hearty red crocheted shawl.

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Hearts are a great motif for every day.

This is a point overlooked quite often, and I would like to fix this today. Consequently, here are some ideas for a hearty shawl that uses the heart as a repeating pattern. Indeed, regardless of whether it’s a lacy heart-shaped void or a mosaic-like motif, the heart shape is a wonderful way of enlivening your clothes. These shawls will undoubtedly accessorize wonderfully with just about any garment. However, they will work best with a solid garment, with white or black, or something in the grey range being my faves.

A Hearty Hello Shawl

So, this hearty shawl is a wonderful example of the lacy, heart-shaped void concept. It’s without doubt a great project to wrap up in on a cool spring evening, warm, but breathable and not overly hot.

A Hearty Hello Shawl

The full article about this pattern is here:

Triangle Heart Shawl

Secondly, on the other end of the spectrum, we have the heart worked into a solid-textured shawl. Therefore, here, the heart becomes a geometric block forming a mosaic du coeur. In particular, I like the slight variation in each heart, giving them a little individuality.

Triangle Heart Shawl

The full information about this project are here:

Triangle Heart Shawl

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