Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Would you like a free crochet shawl pattern today?

Hello my dear friends,

How are you doing? Did you have some nice Easter days?

Are you planning on making a crochet shawl but lack inspiration? Do you wish you had a nice new exciting pattern?

Well, look no further!

Here is just a very quick note to alert you right now that you can download these two 'flaming red' crochet shawl patterns for free - but hurry, this is only for a very short time, then they will cost money!


DISCLAIMER - THIS POST USES IMAGES FROM THE PATTERN ORIGINATORS, THE COPYRIGHT BELONGS TO THEM.


The Heatwave Cowl by Zoë Clements


How : You can find the link to download here on Ravelry. (you might have to join Ravelry if you are not a member yet, but it is free and totally worth it for the access to so much inspiration and information!)

How long : free until 8 April 2016 - don't wait too long!

Do I need a code? YES! Use the code: Heatwave

I first found it via Zoë's lovely blog - pernickitywitch. Do check it out!

Heatwave Cowl

Photos taken from Zoe's blog so you can see the lovely cowl pattern (Copyright Zoë Clements)



Red Velvet Rose Wrap by Chandi Agee


How : Here is the Ravelry Link or go directly to their  Expression Fiber Arts website.

How long : free until 31 March 2016 - so please hurry!

Do I need a code? NO. The page shows the price as 0.



Image result for red velvet rose wrap chandi agee

These photos taken via Google search of the images published on Ravelry. Copyright Expression Fiber Arts.





Well, I thought these two wonderful patterns look amazing and different and I just had to share them with you all.

I already downloaded mine, don't delay or forget! And feel free to pass on to others if you do blog, just make sure you respect the authors' copyrights and mention where the patterns/photos came from.

I'm already thinking about which yarn would suit each pattern. However, I have other current WIPs that are demanding attention, so it will have to wait!

I hope you enjoyed this different sort of post, I'm planning on sharing other inspirations from time to time as well as my own makes!

Happy crocheting!!!!
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11 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tip, Ingrid, these are lovely.
    Amalia
    xo

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  2. Both beautiful, I need more hours in the day.

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    1. I agree with you there, Lorraine! ;)xx

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    1. Haha! You were supposed to leave a message! ^^ ;)))

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  4. They are gorgeous, thank you for the links.
    Meredith

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    1. I thought they were too good to miss! xx

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  5. It looks like I am too late for the shawl but I love the colours in the cowl! Thanks for the links. It is nice to see which patterns excite and influence us. :-)

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