Virus Meet Granny Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

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A beautiful modification of the popular virus shawl. A pattern can be easily modified to make bigger shawl or even wrap. Combination of virus pattern and granny stitch gives you a lot of possibilities of own creation and allows you to make unique projects. But first, look at this beautiful project of Virus Meet Granny Shawl. Link to a free pattern and video tutorial for this pattern is below.

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Virus Meet Granny Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

 

 

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Virus Meet Granny Shawl

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17 Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing your beautiful shawl pattern.

  2. In the virus meets granny square shawl. The illustration in the pattern does not match the instructions. In row 4 it says 2 ch7 and illustration shows 1 of 10 . Which one should I follow.
    Thank you.
    Sylvia

    1. Please follow a pattern. Photos are only examples of realization of this pattern.

  3. Heyyou Yesyou says:

    Why is this pattern all the sudden missing? Do we need to write it out and rename it so we can get it back up for others?

    1. Sorry, apparently the author withdrew a pattern from publishing.

  4. Have you got a link to the written pattern please? I’ve tried to find it through Pinterest and also through slawgor3.vot.pl web site and can’t find it.

    1. Sorry, apparently the author withdrew a pattern from publishing.

    1. Debie Czerwionka says:

      Do you know where this pattern can be found? Perfect for my granddaughter!!!

  5. Hi there, I love the virus meets granny shawl and I am actually on my last 2 rows of the virus at the end! FYI, you tell everyone in your part 3 video to go to the part one video for rows 5-8, but you should tell them to go to part 3, because it’s easier to find. Thank you for this video tutorial and I will post my photos when I am finished. The Bee ?

  6. Lynn Shelton says:

    I cant find the link to this pattern. Can someone send one? I love this! It would make a great christmas present for my mother in law

    1. Please skip to the sentence ‘go to the pattern’ followed by its name and click on it. (Optionally, it may said „the free crochet pattern is >here<").

  7. Charlotte Kidwell says:

    Hi Nora:
    Fiber Spider has an in-depth tutorial on YouTube. It is broken up into 3 or 4 videos and here is the link to the first video. It’s easy to find the rest of the videos right there under Fiber Spider. I hope this helps you. He’s a great teacher.

    https://youtu.be/t6nzlaBBHVQ

  8. Does anyone have ideas for a matching yarn for the multicolored version? I assume it is some kind of varigated yarn?
    Thank you.

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