We are going to learn How to Crochet Colourful Moonlight Shawl. The shawl is crocheted in colourful Moonlight yarn which comes in 4 amazing colour combinaions. Pick your favourite and put some colours on the oncoming winter. This free crochet Moonlight Shawl pattern works up quickly and makes perfect gifts or just to treat yourself to a lovely scarf.
There are many different ways to crochet a shawl, including different shaping options such as triangle shawls and rectangular shawls., but this one is Colourful Shawl which is most beautiful project of this year. It has the perfect measurements to wear as a shawl or wrapped around your neck and can easily be adjusted.
Materials: – Crochet Hook E (3.5mm) – Bumbo Moonlight 505 yards(462 meters) 100 grams (3.53 ounces)
Finished Size: Approx. 59” x 21” (150 x 55 cm) If you want it to be larger, continue working until you reach your desired size.
Yarn Requirement: Approx. 165 g. Moonlight- Color 102
The thing I like about crochet shawls is that they’re just fun to wear. You can wear some of the more shawls to keep you warm, but otherwise, they serve as a fashion statement. You can dress up your outfit with some fancy lace shawls and a pair of heels or you can dress it down for lounging around.
Before you begin, review this page entirely so you understand the full scope of the project.
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