Virus Muteted Free Crochet Patterns

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Not all viruses are bad!

Although the virus shawl pattern has been well known for a long time, it has now it mutated into a few different patterns. All of these mutations are absolutely stunning and are crochet-friendly. I would say they are even beginner-friendly so you are safe and newbies have nothing to worry about. Overall, the uniqueness of the mutated virus stitch is now a part of a greater variety of projects. Thus, the re is absolutely no reason for you not to explore this absolutely glorious pattern.

Starting with a Granny Shawl

Indeed, the combination of the virus shawl and a granny square makes for an absolutely stunning idea for a blanket. To summarize, the combination of two triangle shawls into a square blanket makes this a snap, and gives lots of development possibilities.

Skills: easy       Designer:  Pat Foster

Starting with a Granny Square

The full article about this pattern is here:

Starting with a Granny Shawl

more info about TinasAllsorts’s project at Raverly.

Starting with a Granny Blanket

Additionally, here is another mutated virus project which starts with a granny square and continues with alternating layers of virus stitch and granny crochet.

Skills: easy       Designer:  Pat Foster

starting with a granny

The full article about this pattern is here:

Starting with a Granny Shawl

more info about  Hwild’s project at Raverly.

Textured Virus Blanket

However, if you wish to play with mutated virus textures, here is your project! This stunning combination of a color gradient and textures is consequently a stunner.

Skills: easy      Designer:  Charlee Roberts

textured virus blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

Textured Virus Blanket

more info about  more info about  Hwild’s project at Raverly.

Mutated Virus Shawl A and B

Additionally, we have this lacy and airy beauty with a gorgeous texture. Of course, it’s beautiful in monochrome but a gentle color gradient fits beautifully as well.

Skills: easy      Designer:  Linda Conlon

Mutating Virus A and B

The full article about this pattern is here:

Mutated Virus Shawl A and B

More info about project photographed on Ravelry.

Vironcho

Lastly, here is a mutated virus project that’s not only wearable, but also functional. Moreover, it’s also quite beautiful, so it will accessorize wonderfully with other outfits.

Skills: easy      Designer:  Renate Schattschneider

 Vironcho

The full article about this pattern is here:

Vironcho

More info about Vironcho photographed on Ravelry.

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One Comment

  1. Glenda Wilson says:

    I love the Virus pattern. It comes round, square, and rectangle shaped. Does it come by the row?

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