Here is the full round up of crochet shawl designs that were kindly offered as giveaways in Episode 22 of the Crafternoon Treats Crochet podcast!
The day trip scarf/shawlette by ZootyOwl
This lovely pattern is by Zeina Olivier (ZootyOwl). This is a follow up to the ever-popular Road Trip Scarf, which is free on Ravelry. Like the original design, this is easy to make and easy to memorise but can be embellished to be as fancy and elaborate as you like.
For the giveaway in Episode 22 of the Crafternoon Treats crochet podcast the winner of the free copy of this pattern was 117 who is tekuitiknitter on Ravelry.
To buy the day trip scarf pattern go to the pattern page on Ravelry.
This beautiful crescent shawl was designed by by Andree Anne Marceau (AAM Designs on Ravelry). Echinacea is a shallow crescent shawl with a lace border and eyelet detail. To make the entire shawl would take a large skein – 470 yards or you could use a skein with less yardage to make the body of the shawl and then do the border in a contrasting yarn. Designed for fingering weight.
To buy the Echinacea shawl pattern go to the pattern page on Ravelry
For the giveaway in Episode 22 of the Crafternoon Treats crochet podcast the winner of the free copy of this pattern was 70 who is InspiredProfessor on Ravelry.
The Fireside shawl (a crochet shawl design and a knitted one too)
The clever designer Briana K Designs has written a pattern for a crochet and a knitted version of this shawl. A copy of each one was donated for Episode 22 of the podcast.
This asymmetric shawl can be made in small or large. Both sizes are included in the pattern, which uses one or two skeins of fingering weight yarn. A lovely light shawl whether made with a hook or needles!
For the giveaway in Episode 22 of the Crafternoon Treats crochet podcast the winner of the free copy of the crochet shawl pattern was 154 who is Arntydi on Ravelry. And the winner of the knitted shawl pattern was 109 who is veronica171 on Ravelry.
The outlander shawl
This gorgeous shawl is by designer Lily Go is a beautiful and advanced design featuring beading on the border. It can be made in a medium or an XL size and that includes a beaded edging. This was done as a CAL this summer and the pattern is just gorgeous. Probably something for an experienced crocheter rather than a beginner. The shawl requires between 2 and 3 skeins of fingering weight yarn depending on size made. It can also be made in laceweight yarn to make a truly gossamer thin creation.
To buy the Outlander shawl pattern go to the pattern page on Ravelry.
For the giveaway in Episode 22 of the Crafternoon Treats crochet podcast the winner of the free copy of this pattern was 35 who is Bluecherub on Ravelry.
The dragonfruit shawl
This is a lovely shallow crescent crochet shawl pattern by KnotTheorist on Ravelry. Its another intermediate level shawl that is worked in three sections. Although its a little more complicated the result is worth it. The finished blocked wingspan is60 inches and it has a depth of 11 inches. If you use a fingering weight yarn you can expect to use between 480 and 600 yards, depending on the size you require.
To buy the pattern on Ravelry visit the pattern page here.
For the giveaway in Episode 22 of the Crafternoon Treats crochet podcast the winner of the free copy of this pattern was 74 who is nicolaknits on Ravelry.
The Oliena shawl
This huge and lovely crochet shawl design is by Yarn and Style on Ravelry. It is large and uses 1000 yards of sports weight alpaca yarn but spread between three colours producing a very striking looking shawl that is 90 inches long (225 cm). This is a good pattern for newby crochet shawl makers as it has an easy stitch pattern and very relaxing to make but you need to have confidence with colour changes.
To buy the pattern, visit the pattern page.
For the giveaway in Episode 22 of the Crafternoon Treats crochet podcast the winner of the free copy of this pattern was 19 who is misscorsage on Ravelry.
Three beautiful shawls by Deanne of Addydae designs
- Majura – buy at http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/majura-2
- Amaroo – buy at http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/amaroo
- Mapleton – buy at http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/mapleton-2
All three shawls were included in the giveaway and the winners are: Majura 111 (CrochetCavalier); Amaroo 22 (blueyarnalways) and Mapleton 158 (maverick8787)
Crochet shawls by The Crochet Project (Joanne Scrace and Kat Goldin)
- The Abberley shawl (available only in the ebook Raw. Free digital copy included in the giveaway. And the winner is nancepants on Ravelry.
- The Fronds shawl is available to buy as a single pattern on Ravelry here.This is a gorgeous shawl pattern designed for a DK weight yarn and it looks beautiful in a softly variegated yarn. The winner is joanjensen62
Crochet shawls by Sandra Paul of Cherry Heart
- The Victoria shawl (not in the giveaway) can be purchased here http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/victoria-shawl-4
- Sophie – a beautiful wrap can be purchased here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sophie-35 . One copy is included in the giveaway – and the winner is: gingernut16
The Sunday Shawl
This iconic shawl by Alia Bland can be purchased here http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sunday-shawl. One copy is included in the giveaway – and the winner is nuttyhelen.
The Rainbow Wing Shawl
This gorgeous shawl by Kaye Adolphson is available to buy on Ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/rainbow-wing-shawl. And the winner of this one is mollymalteser.
The Quasi motif shawl
This pattern by Teri Libero can be bought here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/super-easy-quasi-motif-shawlette-scarf.And our final winner of the shawl pattern giveaway is AmandaDevine.