I crocheted this shawl a long time ago, and discovered it recently at my parents' home. I thought it was worth sharing it :)

I used my mother's old woolen sweater to crochet this shawl wrap - first I unraveled the sweater and then started crocheting following a pattern from a local magazine. The shawl is worked from the lower corner upward so that it forms a triangle. After finishing the shawl, I attached long fringe. Since I don't have the magazine with me anymore, I started working on the pattern myself, and as soon as I draw it and write it completely, I'll share it with the public. In the meantime, you can find some more patterns and ideas on my blog: http://jelenacreative.blogspot.com/
<p>Thank you very much! I find recycling a great way of getting new, stylish clothes or accessories, and you always have the chance to be trendy and unique :)</p>
<p>Amazing that you used yarn from your mom's sweater! What an awesome way to remember and reuse. It's beautiful.</p>
<p>That's nice.</p>
<p>Thank you, Kiteman :)</p>

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