Today I’m sharing a simple crochet wedding shawl pattern which is available for FREE on my blog. Last year I published the Durable Friendship Shawl (free pattern) which is a very simple, beginner-friendly pattern. When using white yarn, this shawl actually becomes a perfect crochet wedding shawl for brides. As I recently got married, I thought it would be nice to stay in the wedding theme and share some photos of my white crochet wedding shawl version. Below you can find the free pattern and all details about the yarn.
About this crochet wedding shawl
Originally I made this shawl with brown yarn. I often test my patterns before I publish them. I do this by making another version. For my second shawl I decided to use another color: white! It turned out beautiful and really reminded me of a bridal shawl.
The pattern is perfect for beginners. It’s a simple shawl made with double crochet stitches, chains and puff stitches. What makes it stand out, is the beautifully detailed border. It might look hard, but it’s really simple. I recommend this pattern to beginners who know how to make a single crochet, double crochet and puff stitch. For those who can use some extra help, I’ve included a video tutorial.
Materials used for this shawl
– Crochet hook 4mm (US G/6 hook)
– 1x Lion Brand Amazing Lace Yarn (1017yd/150g).
One cake is enough for one shawl and only costs $7.99. I love that it feels like cashmere without breaking the bank. The shawl has a beautiful drape and good stitch definition.
Free crochet shawl pattern
To make this white crochet wedding shawl, simply follow the instructions of the Durable Friendship Shawl which is available for free on my blog.
Share a picture!
If you make this crochet wedding shawl, please tag or mention me on Instagram @wilmawestenberg and add this pattern to your Ravelry queue. I would love to see what colors you used and feature some of your pictures!
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