This Scrap Buster Striped Granny Style Shawl Cape pattern is a wonderful scrap buster project due to the nature of the design. Every row is tied off and varying in lengths so it is the perfect scrap yarn project!
With Winter up coming this is a great shawl cape to keep cozy with indoors or out.
This pattern is fully written out so that crocheters of all levels can create this amazing shawl cape.
We hope you enjoy stitching this as much as we did creating it!
This pattern is such a fun way to be colorful with your scraps and a relatively fast one to stitch up.
Our sample took us 4 days at the office to stitch up, though we understand a lot of people don't have the time to devote a number of hours a day to crocheting. This project will take on average up to a week to stitch up we think for the busy crocheter. Makes a great gift as well!
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Come see us on Storenvy as well where we have more than just patterns! You can order made to order items and pre-made items too!
I have a wonderful and loving husband and many, many fur babies (and a couple scaly and a few finned and feathered). I've never been one to conform to what most people would call normal, but I try my best to have fun and enjoy what I do always! I am a tom girl and a girly girl all rolled up into one....why should everyone else have all the fun? It's no fun if you can't get dirty in the process! (Me? I love to play in the dirt and be outside. Mud always washes off!)
I have been doing embroidery, cross stitch, quilting and all sorts of crafty things since I was 7 years old. I am now 31 (2011) and needed to do something that I enjoyed doing for once, so my business here was born! I love to cross stitch and quilt the most I would imagine out of all the things that I do (and I do many LOL) and what better way to combine my two loves of stitching!
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