You can’t go wrong with this pattern

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You can’t go wrong with this pattern
Four pictures of the Lost in Time Shawl crocheted poncho.

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Some patterns are always a good choice and an excellent idea no matter the occasion.

Sometimes you just need to get into a pattern and get it done. Of course, while experimenting is fun, it’s sometimes not a good idea if you’re in a hurry or the end recipient likes classic designs. Here are some fun, easy and always just right, therefore “you can’t go wrong with this pattern”! Lost in Time Shawl are always a good choice. These are beautiful projects that need no experimentation, but you are nevertheless free to do so. Make, enjoy and be the crochet hero of your family.

Lost in Time Shawl

The lost in time shawl is a beautiful and timeless piece that uses ombre shading. Furthermore, it’s subtle color gradient is further highlighted by changes in texture that give it a three-dimensional surface that’s quite beguiling.

Author of this photo and maker of this version: SharonBlignaut

Lost in Time Shawl

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Lost in time shawl

Lost in Time Poncho

The lost in time poncho also uses a gradient transition, but additionally strengthens the transitions with much more contrasting texture shifts. This one’s definitely a looker.

Author of this photo and maker of this version:  nimonimo2

Lost in Time Poncho

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Lost in time poncho

Lost in Tardis

This is one for all you Dr. Who fans. The Lost in Tardis gradient is so evocative of the original color tunnel intros, don’t you think? TV shows aside, this is simply a wonderful shawl that you’ll wear proudly on any occasion.

Author of this photo and maker of this version: Whovianmom3

Lost in Tardis

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Lost in TARDIS 2 Shawl

Lost in Brambleberries

Wearing this shawl means that getting lost in the brambleberries is not such a bad thing. In fact, I could see myself willingly losing myself in the absolutely gorgeous color transitions, so reminiscent of berry juice.

Author of this photo and maker of this version: ynory

lost in brambleberries

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Lost in Brambleberries

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