Ashbury – A FREE Crochet Granny Shawl Pattern

Ashbury – A FREE Crochet Granny Shawl Pattern

The Ashbury Shawl – photo courtesy of Practical Publishing

The Ashbury Shawl is a stylish new FREE crochet granny shawl pattern. Made with DK cotton yarn, you can have one crocheted up in no time, creating the perfect accessory for the transitional seasons or summer evenings.

Get the pattern now or read on for more details.

How the shawl is made

The shawl is triangular and made with granny stitches, so it is very easy and relaxing to make. If you can make a simple granny square then you’ll definitely be able to make this shawl!

Sections of plain colour are interspersed with colourful stripes giving it a fresh, fun look. Each corner is finished off with a lovely swishy tassel. These are possibly my favourite part because not only do they look fabulous but they also help to hold the shawl nicely in place when you’re wearing it.

You can have lots of fun playing with different colour combinations and as this shawl is such a quick make, why not make a few to coordinate with different outfits?

What yarn to use

The shawl is made with King Cole CottonSoft DK yarn. This is a really soft 100% cotton yarn that comes in a great range of colours.

However, you could easily substitute for other DK cotton yarns, or even switch to a different fibre such as acrylic or wool if you wanted to make a cosier shawl for autumn or winter.

Get the pattern now

The pattern is available as a pdf file which is free to download. You can get the pattern here:

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