Crochet Shawl Pattern – Virus

Add a little style to your wardrobe with a crochet shawl pattern exclusively designed to create the perfect Virus shawl. This versatile design features a beautiful lace pattern that looks great in any color. Perfect for any season, the unique design is sure to become one of your most cherished projects.

The Virus shawl is worked from the top down in rounds with increases at the beginning and end of each round. The stitches are worked in pattern, creating a gorgeous diamond lace pattern. The pattern includes complete and detailed instructions for achieving the unique look, as well as helpful tips for blocking your finished project.

The yarn used for this project is worsted weight fiber. You can choose a number of different yarn brands and colors to match your personal style. Since it’s worked using a 5.5mm (US 9) crochet hook, the entire project will work up quickly.

The Virus shawl pattern is suitable for both experienced and novice crocheters alike. Regardless of your skill level, you’ll find the instructions to be easy to understand and follow.

Once complete, the finished shawl will measure approximately 60″ wide by 25″ long. It’s perfect for wearing in any setting, whether it be a night out, a wedding, or around the house.

No matter where it’s worn, the Virus shawl is sure to become one of your go-to pieces this season. With this free crochet pattern, you’ll have a stylish shawl to complete all your looks. Browse your favorite yarn shop for a skein of yarn to begin your next project today!

In this video you will be able to learn to crochet the Shawl Virus. If you are thinking of making a shawl Virus for a while but have not had the confidence to try.


This tutorial is so clear and simple to understand that you are actually going to finally give it a go! It’s great souvenir for your home. Start crochet today and get a great pleasure.

Poetry and crochet are arts, the most beautiful, subtle and delicate, intermingled points and pespontos.Ninguém know where one begins, and, either, where the other ends.

Video tutorial made by one of the best in crochet  Bella Coco.

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