The main benefit of the yarns and crocheting is that they offer warmth and they are best to use in the winter season as they help in keeping the body warm and away from the cold weather which can leave a person sick. It is best to crochet the shawls for the kids as well as for the adults because they look stylish as well as keeps the person protected from the illness that is caused by the cold breeze. The crochet shawls look attractive when yarns of multiple funky colors are utilized for crocheting them.
The shawl is adjusted on the mannequin to show how it looks; the color combination is perfect for the adult because dark color looks more amazing for the adults. The cap is created attached to the shawl to cover the head to stay warm.
The crocheted shawl of light and dark pink color looks good when it is used for covering the upper part of the body with the pants of blue color. It is big enough to be used by an adult and the design with which it is crocheted is unique.
Here is shown a crocheted shawl full of dark colors that are complementing each other and giving an awesome overall look. The shawl is long in length and it is covering the legs from the back, it is created with the space for the arms to perfectly fit on the body.
The rainbow colored crocheted shawl is presented here, it covers the same area from the front and the back. It is not a difficult task to crochet and it is a good idea of the color combination for the kids because it gives a funky look. For the adults, the yarns of sober colors look appropriate.
My angel wings up to date and waiting for part 10.
I must admit I somehow went off scale whilst doing the granny shells and instead of reaching 41 shells in 12 rows it took 16 rows. Absolutely no idea what I did wrong but it looks great as it is so loathe to frog.
Getting ready to do another in more muted shades and hopefully will follow instructions with more attention. Jeanette Noble
Crocheting shawl with the light pink color keeping this idea in mind is easy, a little bit of skin and white is used for crocheting the border which is adding color to it. It is a good idea for the fulfilling the warmth need of an adult.
Finally the weather is getting cold after the record high temperatures during the Summer here in Kuwait and my daughter is happy to use the shawl I made her , the pattern is from an old Patton book I bought in the seventies and the Yarn I bought from Iran while on a holiday only to discover it was imported from Ukraine but I loved it and made a blanket for my grandson with what was left of it too. Alawadhi Naeemah
Finished my first virus shawl. I wanted it to be long, so I used 3 Caron Cakes in Boston Cream. I started to do a more ornate edge, but decided to go with just a reverse single crochet at the last minute and I love how it turned out! – (H)5mm hook. Beth Anderson
My virus shawl. Actually it was a wonderful project to do. Easy , interesting , quick and the result just wonderful. Fahema Jayyar
Finished my first virus shawl for present. Was very nervous it would be liked. But she loved it. Sam Lee
Made this shawl for my mom. I didn’t have an L hook so just used a K. I repeated the last five rows because it felt too small. I really like how it turned out. It is the Tea House Wrap on Ravelry. It’s free. Michelle Henning Boyer
So proud of our pooled project. Hubby did the main pooling , I did the trim color and fringe! We are a good team. Linda L. Jackson
Finished my shawl. Added buttons so that I can wear it in many styles. Thank you so much Sue for this mini Cal. I used a 5 mm hook and 750 meters of yarn from my LYS. Irene Chong
I’ve never worn a shawl before. This is gorgeous and I want to wear it with confidence and style. Maggie ‘Boo’ Forman