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Skill Level: Intermediate


Festive Fourth of July Shawl

Show off your festive spirit without sacrificing your style. With softened hues of the iconic Fourth of July colors, you can work this up for a day full of fireworks, hot dogs, and fun, but then you can keep it around for the rest of the summer days, too.

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Asymmetrical Wedge Shawl

This wedge shawl has a distinct asymmetrical shape, setting it apart from more traditional crochet shawls. Make a fast, large and cozy shawl in an aran weight yarn as described here, or make it a scarf in a fingering weight yarn. Because this wedge shawl is worked in a single piece from the tip up, it can easily be made in any size you want.

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Rad in Red Tank

Crochet motifs are a really fun way of creating fabric—especially when they are joined as you go. Changing hook sizes is an easy way to create shaping with smaller motifs at the waist, and larger, looser ones at the hips. Make this top as shown or customize the length into an airy summer dress!

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Starstruck Top

This versatile, sleeveless top is sure to become a wardrobe staple. Pair it with your favorite shorts or jeans for a breezy, casual look or layer it over a tank for cooler evenings.

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Big Dipper Afghan

An easy hexagon lends itself to a sky and Big Dipper design when the centers of seven of the motifs are done in white. With extra planning, you can plan out other constellations as well which makes this type of afghan extra versatile.

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French Riviera Shift Dress

Whether you’re vacationing along the French Riviera or enjoying an ice cream at the beach, this retro-inspired shift dress will pair perfectly with some sunglasses and a boater hat as you soak up the sun this summer!

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Ophelia Lace Shawl

Ophelia begins with a length of beautiful lace edging. When the edging is the desired length then the body of the shawl begins by working on the straight edge of the edging. Decreases are made at the beginning, center and end of every other row until the center stitches are joined together. The work keeps going faster and faster as it progresses as the number of stitches keeps decreasing.

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