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Crochet Shawl With Sleeves Pattern

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Crochet Shawl with Sleeves

I am so excited to share with the Magnolia Shardi crochet pattern! This design is a crochet shawl with sleeves! Or you could call it a crochet shawl cardigan!

I prefer just to stick with (the-not-a-real-word) shardi (shawl + cardigan)!

Pattern Details

The Magnolia Shardi crochet shawl with sleeves uses sport weight (#2) yarn.

I used Knit Picks Brava Sport for my sample. It is a great sport weight yarn that comes in a fun variety of colors!

Brava Sport is 100% acrylic and can machine washed and dried. It holds up well, even after washing!

I chose to make my crochet shawl with sleeves in one solid color, but I think it would be lovely in a self striping or gradient yarn also!

The pattern comes with instructions for 2 sizes. Small, which fits women’s sizes XS to Medium, and Large, which fits women’s sizes Large to 2X.

Crochet Shawl with Sleeves

This crochet wrap with sleeves pattern is rated easy in difficulty. The stitches are very basic and there is no sewing involved.

More Magnolia Crochet Patterns

The Magnolia Shardi is one pattern in a collection of beautiful patterns using the same stitch combos!

Tee– this beautiful spring/summer tee is quick and easy to make!

Cardigan – a gorgeous transitional layering piece that is lightweight and fun!

Market Bag – a fan favorite, this bag is sturdy, versatile, and cute!

Scarf– a fun infinity scarf that is half solid and half lacy stitches!

Where to Purchase

You can purchase the Magnolia Shardi on Ravelry and Etsy! You can also purchase a pattern kit, with the yarn included, on WeCrochet!

Want to try before you buy? Check out my growing list of Free Crochet Patterns!

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  1. On this page it says use sport yarn. On the WeCrochet page it says use worsted yarn. Just wondering which one is right. Thank you

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