Free Crochet Pattern at Michaels.com: Marigold Triangle Shawl

MarigoldShawlModelsmallMy free crochet pattern for September is up at Michaels.com! Happy Saturday! It’s a Marigold Triangle Shawl. I know I know. It’s a bit of a departure from my usual, but the idea of autumn and pumpkin spice lattes made me think of cuddling up with a nice granny afghan, and this triangle granny is a great way to wear your blanky around town! Plus, I adore grannykitsch, and this shawl is definitely that!

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The neat thing about this pattern is that once you get the hang of it, you can just keep going forever and ever and make the shawl as big or small as you like. My marigolds (which are edible flowers!) are made with Loops & Threads’ new tshirt yarn, which makes for nice and squishy pompoms.

marigoldshawlblurI hope you guys have fun cuddling and twirling with your new triangle shawls!

 

 

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7 Responses to Free Crochet Pattern at Michaels.com: Marigold Triangle Shawl

  1. Yasmine says:

    Different it is, BUT I LOVE IT!! Great work, Twinkie! I hope everyone shares their pics, I’d love to see what people make from this pattern!!

  2. Cogaroo says:

    I love the granny shawl, and you’ve totally cute-ified it! (Is that a word?) I adore your wearable food items! :)

  3. bbgirl3191 says:

    This looks so cute. I love your site! I just made myself one of your goldfish pins (which I plan on making into a hair clip). I was wondering, would you ever make a full blanket? Like maybe a plate of sushi or box of chocolate. Or a GIANT waffle/pancake!

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