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One Skein Crochet Shawls Round Up – Free Patterns

September 12, 2019

If you are looking for some quick and easy shawl patterns, you have come to the right place! I have gathered together some of my free patterns for one skein crochet shawls. Most of the patterns will use a single skein of yarn (approx. 400m) or you could use your favourite gradient yarn cake to make a larger shawl. These designs make wonderful gifts and because you use only a single ball of yarn, only 2 ends to weave in when you are finished!

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Discover more of my patterns for Crochet Shawls

Flora Shawl

Perfect for that precious skein of Indie Dyed yarn you have been saving. Flora Shawl is a light lace design, for a narrow asymmetric shawl with a wide wing span.

one skein crochet shawl free pattern

Copper Beech Shawl

This easy beginner crochet shawl pattern is a narrow,  asymmetric design that can be draped as a shawl or wound around the neck as a scarf.  Perfect for adding a pop of colour to any outfit.

Free pattern for a one skein crochet shawl

Seamróg Shawl

A triangle crochet shawl made with a gradient yarn cake. 800 – 1000m of your favourite gradient yarn is all that is needed to make this light and lacy triangle shawl. A wide wingspan to curl around your neck and shoulders. An easy/intermediate make using sc, dc, puff stitches and chains, that will keep your interest as you crochet.

One skein shawl, free crochet pattern using gradient yarn cake

Little Fictions Shawl

Little Fictions is a crochet triangle shawl, with a beautiful drape, using only 400m of fingering weight yarn. One beautiful skein of yarn is all that is needed to show off this light and lacy shawl pattern.

One skein of yarn makes this triangle shawl. Free crochet pattern

I hope you enjoyed these patterns! Here is a sneak peek of a new shawl design coming to the blog next week. It is a gorgeous triangle shawl design using 1 ball of a gradient yarn cake……I could not resist using one with greens and pink for a beautiful colour gradient. It is a quick and easy repeat pattern in fingering weight/4 ply yarn, that you will have made in no time. Check back next week for all the details and the Free pattern!

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