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It’s time for another ELK Studio’s Saturday Crochet Show! In this week’s ELK Studio Saturday Crochet Show I’m sharing with you shawls that are either asymmetrical in shape or crescent shaped. Shawls can come in many different shapes and sizes; which is what makes them unique and versatile. These shawls are either easy to work up with simple stitches or will challenge your current skill set pushing your skill further. Either way, all these featured shawls are elegant, functional, and gorgeous!
A top-down, centre-out, shallow crescent shawl with a wide lace border. No long starting chain! The wings are long enough to throw over your shoulder and stay put, or fasten behind your back. Desperately Seeking Shallow SC Crescent by Min G.
This simple shawlette recipe can be customized to your preferred size (or, to use up just the right amount of yarn!). This shawlette is perfect for accessorizing, keeping you cozy when it gets suddenly cold, or protecting your neck in air conditioning. A Cold Snap Shawlette by Underground Crafter
This quick-to-stitch shawlette would be perfect for those cool evenings in the Fall. The shawl base is followed by a lace edging, resembling a string of paper dolls. Paper Dolls Shawlette by Kim Guzman
This asymmetrical shawlette/scarf is worked from the center to the points–no seaming! Strawberry Smoothie by Purple Iguana
Dawn in the Woods is a fun, scarf-like shawl featuring an eye-catching pineapple crochet border. Dawn in the Woods Shawl by Elaine Phillips
The Main St. Shawl is constructed sideways starting with just a few stitches. You can make it any size with any yarn and appropriate size hook. Main Street Shawl by KT and the Squid
Crochet a beautiful lace shawl with scalloped edges by working into the front or back loops of stitches. Crocheted in Patons Grace. Staggered Shells Wrap by Yarnspirations