A ACTUS SHAWL CROCHET PATTERN DESIGN FROM JOY OF MOTION:
If you are looking to make a lacy & light shawl, the Actus Shawl crochet pattern design is perfect for you. It is quick to make as you’ll use a big hook when crocheting it. Let’s dive into what you can expect from this crochet pattern:
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I had a all year long design in mind when I designed the Actus shawl. It has lacy details & comes out quite soft. It was designed to use cotton as material, however wool yarn could make it warmer for winter.
The Actus shawl crochet pattern design also has a lacy stitch pattern that makes the details look lovely. Next the choice of colors will make yours look unique.
I designed the Actus shawl crochet pattern design with the mission that almost anyone should be able to make it. Thus you’ll just need to have a few beginner crochet patterns under your wings first. Consequently I’ve made sure that it is skill level easy. The shawl are made with a fast growing stitch pattern, that you’ll need to get familiar with.
The shawl are made with 4 Medium Yarn & crochet hook size 6 mm / US: J – 10 / UK: 4. Next you’ll also need a needle to finish off the shawl. It’s suggested that you block the shawl using pins & blocking mats together with water.
The Actus Shawl crochet pattern design has just one size. However you can adjust the size with adding or reducing the number of rows you crochet.
Finally I hope you’re excited about this quick & easy crochet pattern for that lacy shawl. The Actus Shawl crochet pattern design is truly a winner all year long.
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