Skull Shawl Free Pattern

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Since Halloween is coming, it’s time to be Boo-tiful. Therefore, today, we are all about Skull Shawls. While we know Halloween is still a ways off, it’s always good to prep. Obviously, it’s better to be safe than sorry! With this in mind, here are some amazing examples of shawls with a skull motif. Indeed, it’s a timeless Halloween accessory for an aspiring coven member! Moreover, colorful is in and these shawls for Fall come in all shapes, colors, and sizes! The links to free patterns are under the photos.

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Skull Shawl

To begin with, here is a lacy little number that’s ideal for Halloween. These delicate skulls form the centre rosettes of lacy diamonds. To summarize I absolutely love this and think it’s fabulous!

Skull Shawl

The original pattern is available on kungen och majkis:

Skull Shawl

More info about project also on Ravelry.

Solid Skull Shawl

Although it’s hard to say whether it’s a shawl or scarf, this gorgeous “scawl” is absolutely stunning. In particular, I love the way the skull is designed as a lacy insert in an otherwise solid scarf.

Skills: upper beginner Designer: Lauren Brown

Go to the pattern:

Solid Skull Shawl

The original pattern is available on Stitch Noir blog:

Solid Skull Scarf

Skull Shawl

Finally, here is a lacy,  yet drapy shawl also outfitted with lacy skulls. Overall, this is a great segway from the first pattern above, which is a typical shawl like this one, to the second, which uses large lacy skulls. Moreover, I am also a fan of the color transitions shown below, but I also think that an ombre yarn would be gorgeous here too.

Skull Shawl

Go to the pattern:

Skull Shawl

more info about project photographed on Ravelry here and here.

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