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I’m a craft designer and author of hundreds of articles and reviews about crocheting and other crafts. I search out and present novel approaches to classic patterns and techniques to encourage you to try something new. I’m delighted that so many of you read my posts and that I can contribute to promoting our crochet community. I’m interested in crafts, interior design and love traveling and sitting next to a campfire. I live with my husband and three kids in the Rockies.

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As any photographer knows, monochrome is an art form in itself.

So, because we crocheters are artists, here are some ideas for gorgeous crochet shawls in monochrome. Truly, the nicest thing about using a single, solid color is that it takes a back seat to the texture and shape of the project. Indeed, it serves as a background to the project. However, also because of the single hue, it is much easier to accessorize with other clothes. Moreover, it’s also easier to match with a formal or fancy outfit to make an understated, subtle accent.

Bella Cosa Shawl

The bella cosa (lit. beautiful thing) shawl is so aptly named! It’s a richly textured, drapy shawl with a lovely progression of densely stitched rows and voids. Consequently, this item will be a perfect accessory for an elegant casual outfit.

Designer:  Stitch with passion

Bella Cosa Shawl

The full article about this pattern is here:

Bella Cosa Shawl

Honeycomb Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
The honeycomb shawl is wonderful, dense stitched shawl that has a wonderful, luxuriant drape and a rich, but understated texture that’s absolutely wonderful to the touch. It may look undeniably fancy and convoluted, but this is an actually an easy pattern that will be the crowning touch in your springtime fashion choices.

 Designer:  Ashlea Konecny

Honeycomb Shawl

The full article about this pattern is here:

Honeycomb Shawl

Cedar Creek Crochet Shawl

The cedar creek shawl will undeniably be a wonderful addition to an evening or more formal outfit. It’s subtle texture is beautifully complements subdued, smoky colors. Overall, you would never go wrong with this shawl on an evening out on the town, at the restaurant or in the theatre.

Designer : Jessica Underwood

Cedar Creek Shawl

The full article about this pattern is here:

Cedar Creek Shawl

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One Comment

  1. Pamela Douglas says:

    Your Bella Cosa Shawl is not FREE!

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