• [Free Pattern] This Easy Crochet Triangle Shawl Pattern Is Perfect For The Beginners

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    This shawl is all about having fun! Using two color changing yarncakes will make playing with color really easy
    Cakes Two to Tango by Gwen Kok crochets up into an airy, yet cozy, shawl that’s perfect for gift giving year round. The stitch pattern is easy and repetitive and perfect for beginners.

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    Easy Crochet Triangle Shawl Free Pattern

    I’ve used Katia Spring Rainbow cakes, but you can divide a Scheepjes Whirl into two, if you’re handy with a kitchen scale as well. It will be a bit smaller if you do, as the yardage of the Katia Cakes are 600 meters each and a Whirl is 1000m.

    This shawl is easily adaptable in size, want it smaller, stop at the desired length and width, want it bigger, keep going until you run out of yarn!

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    Check out the original source for this Easy Crochet Triangle Shawl Free Pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Gwen Kok

    Thanks to Gwen  for the article inspiration and featured image.

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    1 Comment to [Free Pattern] This Easy Crochet Triangle Shawl Pattern Is Perfect For The Beginners

    1. Thank you for sharing.
      Love your patterns and designs
      Wish I had the time to make them all
      Something I am looking for in particular is a pattern that Mom, my sister and I made many times
      for family and friends, a poncho, double treble.
      Was easy and quick to learn.
      Made many for family and friends. Throw over your head, arms free to work on with other things, warm.
      We are now in middle winter here in New Zealand and would love to make a few for those that find their
      shoulders chilly, especially some of our older folk.
      Should remember the pattern, but don’t, can’t find one.
      Hope you are all well and safe.
      Liz

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