This easy tartan crochet pocket shawl includes a video tutorial and uses only 3 stitches to create the plaid / tartan stitch; the single, double & front post treble stitches. Use my tartan stitch to create rectangular shawls, wraps, crochet blankets, afghans, throws & scarves! This shawl is super cozy as it folds softly around your neck to create an (optional) thick collar. It’s also wide, thick but still not too heavy and has deep pockets that cover your wrists to keep them toasty. The wrong side looks really pretty, too. Leave 10″ tails to create a thick tassel fringe with no extra yarn (photo tutorial included).
This free pattern crochet pocket shawl is called Autumn Berries and is an easy breezy pattern with the tassel fringe made using the yarn tails from the color change. Featuring a generous size and a simple repeat of 5 colors, this relaxed style shawl is beginner friendly and is great for romantic walks in nature to snuggle yourself into.
This easy crochet cardigan pattern Waterfall is a free pattern and is perfect for a relaxed summer day at the beach. Using a super simple double crochet stitch, the body is worked in a rectangle and then the sleeves and the tassel fringe are added. The asymmetric hem is playful and fun. Net like stitch, texture that reminds me of the sea waves, blue ocean colors, waterfall drape… What a creative experience! It’s like I’m weaving the landscape of the sea and wearing it around my shoulders.
These cute little Granny Square Christmas Crochet Gift Parcel Decorations can be made in any colours you like and hung on your Christmas tree or on the door handle for a festive touch during the holidays. Or you can make them in matching colours (named below) to go with the Crochet Blanket “Christmas Present” which is a free crochet pattern here on my blog.