Tear Drop Shrug Crochet Pattern


An intricate shrug with an almost Southwest-like quality to it.

Technique: Crochet
Skill Level: Easy
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Item # RYC0903
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This beautiful shrug is a perfect summer accessory. The motifs circle the shoulders with the fringe adding length to the design. One size fits most and it only takes 2 skeins of Mimosa yarn by Omega.


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Overall rating:
4 out of 5
(11 reviews)

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Tear Drop Shrug Crochet Pattern

May 23, 2017

I just love the picture of this pattern and am sure it will work up as depicted with the additional instruction I've read in other reviews

Tear Drop Shrug Crochet Pattern

January 2, 2017

I loved making this shrug. I made it in a taupe color and added clear sparkly beads to the fringe to give it a more western flair & it came out beautiful!!!

Tear Drop Shrug Crochet Pattern

September 5, 2015

I love this pattern and it was easy! This was my first wearable and I love it. I love the Omega Mimosa yarn that's suggested, it hangs beautifully (can't find anything like it where I live so I order it here).

Tear Drop Shrug Crochet Pattern

August 3, 2014

Love this pattern! I was leery about trying the pattern after reading the reviews but it was very easy if you follow the directions carefully. I marked the 42 unworked ch 7 loops around the bottom edge so that made it easier for me to keep things straight. The Omega Mimosa yarn was perfect for this pattern & drapes beautifully. The 6 motifs were plenty big for me so I did no adjusting. I'm going to make another one in purple. Thanks!

Tear Drop Shrug Crochet Pattern

April 29, 2014

I just loved this. I made it for a friends birthday, and she loved it. I added turquoise stones along the bottom front to give it a southwestern look. The pattern was tricky to follow, but it turned out great. I made 6 motifs, three in back, three in front, and this I would consider a small to med. If I had to make it in large, X-large I would add motifs. Great pattern.

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