How to crochet fall festival circle shawl jacket pattern is simple to accomplish and well worth the effort. This circle shawl adds a touch of warmth and a lot of style. Inspired by simple geometric shapes, this circle shawl is great for beginners.
This beautiful drops design “Fall Festival Circle Shawl Jacket” is excellent mastery of crochet. Materials used for this pattern are drops big delight yarn from Garnstudio 500-600-700 g with color no 06, fall forest and drops crochet hook size 5.5 mm.
There are tutorial videos available for anyone interested to know the skills and techniques for drops patterns including the one used for this jacket. Also, articles explained thoroughly with the use of diagrams are available. All drops patterns were carefully calculated and reviewed giving room for very minimal mistakes. The step by step tutorials for all drop patterns are available in British and American English with all the measurements made in cm.
For crocheting the jacket, mastering of single crochet, double crochet and treble crochet is required. Knowing chain stitches and slip stitches are important also. To get the circle design on the jacket, the use of the crochet gauge is employed. A 5.5mm hook with a big delight is used to crochet four chain stitches into a ring using a crochet gauge. Other useful information to get the sleeves, get the oval neck shape and work different sizes are explained explicitly in the available drops patterns tutorial.
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