Navajo Blanket Shrug
This southwestern-inspired shrug uses very simple stitches to achieve a unique end result. While this design resembles the look of tapestry crochet, it’s actually made by switching colors mid-row using basic crochet techniques. The result is quite a showstopper and looks far from DIY-ed.
Paired with jeans, leggings or cutoffs, this'll become your favorite comfy statement piece. If you’re looking for a mindless project with a bit of magic tossed in the middle, this crochet shrug pattern is for you!
This ad-free, printable PDF includes the Navajo graph as well as line-by-line written instructions of how many stitches to work in each color per row. Pattern is written in sizes S/M, L/XL, XL/2XL.
The video tutorial will walk you through tips for how to switch colors without cutting your yarn so that you have fewer ends to weave in. Win!
The original free Navajo Blanket Shrug can be found on Make and Do Crew.
Errata: 7.17.17 - initial chain changed from 115 to 113 ch.