The Big Sky Shawl is an easy to memorize pattern that can be customized in endless ways – and now there’s a video tutorial!
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Lion Brand provided the yarn for this video; Furls provided the hook for this video.
How to Crochet: Big Sky Shawl (Right Handed)
How to Crochet: Big Sky Shawl (Left Handed)
As Seen in this Video (click for more info!)
Big Sky Shawl – free crochet pattern
Clover US-P/Q, 15 mm Jumbo Hook
The key to making the Big Sky Shawl is the stitch marker! As long as you move that stitch marker up each row, keeping in the center stitch of the point, it’ll be smooth sailing.
While the pattern includes instructions for color changes, this is where you can really have fun with the pattern! Add more stripes, use the bits of Homespun in your stash, heck work an art yarn in there if you like! The simple double crochet stitches can handle it!
The Big Sky Shawl is a wonderful pattern for prayer and comfort shawls, and is great for traveling too! With the pattern memorized, you’ll be able to crochet it in the car or in the air – whether you’re traveling to big sky country or not!
I hope this video has helped you with this fun free crochet shawl pattern. Be sure to stop by any of my social media links and show me what you’ve made with this pattern – or just tag me! I love seeing what you’ve made!
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That’s a pretty shawl. Reminds me of a friend I have in Montana.
🙂 Thank you Linda!