Woman wearing a crochet shawl in the color white, light blue and blue.

THE FLOWER PUFF SHAWL – CROCHET PATTERN REVIEW

Hey everyone! In this post, I am talking all about the Flower Puff Shawl by Wilma Westenberg!

I really fell in love with this pattern the first time I laid my eyes on it on her Instagram account. (@wilmawestenberg)

The shawl pattern along with many others are available for free on her blog www.wilmade.com but she also has ad-free PDF versions on her Etsy shop linked here.

the flower puff shawl crochet pattern outdoors

I personally purchased her PDF because it is also a way of me supporting makers and I know the time and effort it takes to create one. I highly recommended it because it helped keep everything in one place and it has everything you need.

the flower puff shawl crochet pattern

She also has a YouTube video that helps you along the way to accomplish this shawl.

For my own experiment and available yarn on hand, I went a little larger in hook and yarn weight but the finished product is still beautiful and I am very happy with the results!

I used two cakes from Premier DK colors in color Nimbus.

the flower puff shawl crochet pattern

I used a clover USA H 8 – 5mm hook

Blocking is super important and she does a great job explaining ways on how to do that.

I have a review up on my YouTube channel as well if you would prefer to hear me talk about this more in-depth. Everything is linked in the description box below the video and at the end of this blog post as well.

I really enjoyed working on this shawl! I think I would wear it much more like a scarf but I love it! It has a beautiful texture and would make a wonderful gift for these chilly time of year!

Happy Crocheting!

Wilma’s information:

Instagram – @wimawestenberg

www.wilmade.com

the flower puff shawl crochet pattern close up

You can find me on the following social media platforms!

Instagram – @arianaehall

Facebook – Ariana Hall (@arianaehall)

I really enjoyed making this project. Thanks for checking out my review!

Woman wearing a crochet shawl in the color white, light blue and blue.
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