Cozy and Warm Winter Shawl Free Crochet Patterns

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Cozy and Warm Winter Shawl Free Crochet Patterns
Two winter shawls hanging on a wicker basket.

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Wrap up in beauty for the cold

Why not try one of these beautiful Winter Shawl Crochet patterns to warm up your style? Although they are winter-themed and winter-colored, they will definitely warm any heart. While these are perhaps not the very simplest projects, neither are they too challenging for anyone to attempt. Moreover, the cool colors will be a great complement to both a casual outfit (Canadian tuxedo, eh?) or a more elegant one such as a black dress. Of course, you can customize and accessorize these in any way you please, but they will also be gorgeous just as they are.

River’s Walk Shawl

River’s Walk Shawl

Triwave Shawl

This triweave shawl is a beautiful and intricate garment that has a very unique texture and collor layout. Truly, it stands out from the many patterns available.

Triwave Shawl

Saffron Shawl

This pattern has been inspired by the TV show Firefly in which one of the characters, Saffron, wore a shawl like this. The beauty of the results is evident below. In the colors used, it reminds one of a winter sky and  snowy weather. The pattern is very easy, a two-row repeat. The Winter Saffron triangle shawl measures 74″ across the shoulders and 31″ deep.

Saffron Shawl; more info about project photographed here

Living Lagom Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

It’s definitely the season to get going on chunky, bulky sweaters and shawls to keep you warm, because it’s brass monkeys out there. Or will be soon. The living lagom shawl is a quick, easy and very warm wrap for your shoulders and neck that will keep you warm and cozy throughout the winter. It works up quickly, and can be customized with any color to match your attire.

Living Lagom Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern is here:

Living Lagom Shawl

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