A sunset shawl with an orange and purple color.

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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.

Sunsets are some of the most beautiful of Nature’s creattions

Therefore, let’s celebrate them in crochet with a sunset shawl. So, one of the most striking features of a sunset is the dizzying variety of color gradients that they can exhibit. In fact, no two are quite alike. Consequently, our shawls will also need to use beautiful gradients and transitions to render this in all its glory. Moreover, you will also need the right patterns. Thus, here is where we supply you with several that are just out of this world, as beautiful as the sunsets that inspired them. Overall, each is a little masterpiece in itself, but taken together they constitute a tribute to the end of a beautiful day. However, they are also fun and enjoyable projects in their own right.

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Yes Yes Shawl

To begin with, here is a beautiful sunset shawl in a classic deep red to yellow gradient. Undoubtedly, the ombre yarn really makes the smooth transitions so life-like and natural.

Yes Yes Shawl

The original pattern is available at Ravelry:

Yes Yes Shawl

More details about project photographed you can find here.

Kalinda Shawl

Next, this sunset shawl combines a fabulous texture with a color gradient evocative of a sunset later in the evening. Indeed, there are absolutely no words to describe how wonderful this project is.

kalinda shawl scaled

Kalinda Shawl

More details about project photographed you can find here.

CAL Hawaii

Moving on, here is a sunset shawl which combines the laciness of the first, with the colors of the latter, and yet is it’s own stunning creation. In particular, I think the long length and voids make it a real gem.

cal hawaii scaled

The original pattern is available at Ravelry:

Cal Hawaii



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