Crochet Patterns Shawls and Wraps

Stylish Feminine Crochet Shawl Patterns

Autumn and winter are getting closer and closer, so remember to protect your neck. A crochet shawl is a real must have during bad weather, but in addition to the protective function it can also looks great and stylish! See our designs and choose your favourite one.


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Daisy Chain Shawl Free Patterns

Daisy Chain Shawl

  • Designed by Kirsten Bishop

This beautiful crochet shawl uses a 3,5 mm hook. It is a triangular shaped shawl, that’s going to be amazing late summer and early fall. However, you can also wrap your neck with it on winter days, it will surely keep you warm!

Daisy Chain Shawl


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Daisy Chain Shawl

  • Designed by Kirsten Bishop

This lovely shawl is 62″ wide, 30″ tall, however you can easily make it bigger by repeating some rows. The colors are perfect for early spring, but feel free to make them more warm for autumn. The design looks complicated, but it’s really simple!

Daisy Chain Shawl_1

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Daisy Chain Shawl 2019

  • Designed by Kirsten Bishop

It’s another version of the Daisy Chain Shawl and it’s so gorgeous! The green and white work together really well, however if you prefer one color shawls, go for it! What’s more, it’s light and breathable, so it’s perfect for spring, summer and early fall time.

Daisy Chain Shawl_2

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Daisy Chain Shawl

  • Designed by Kirsten Bishop

I love how colorful this shawl is! It reminds me of a sunset near the beach. The pink transitions beautifully into yellow and blue, making it a perfect ombre shawl. You can wear it all year long, it’s super comfy and feminine.

Daisy Chain Shawl_3

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Daisy Chain Crochet Shawl

  • Designed by Kirsten Bishop

This project will require a 3,5 mm and a 4,5 mm hook. It’s a lovely combination of creme color transitioning into red. If you’re looking for your next early fall wrap, this one might be just perfect for you! It’s really easy and fun to make as well!

Daisy Chain Shawl_4

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Daisy Chain Crochet Shawl

  • Designed by Kirsten Bishop

Rainbow ombre yarn combined with beautiful openwork and intricate design, and you get triangular Daisy Chain Shawl! This repeating pattern allows you to continue working until the desired size. You can also use the stitch in any other project!

free crochet pattern: Stylish Shawl

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Czerwone stokrotki

  • Designed by Kirsten Bishop

Here you can see the same pattern, but in a different way. Just take a look at how the shawl’s character can change depending on the colours! Here, thanks to the red ombre shawl is elegant, ideal for evening walks or a visit to the restaurant.

free crochet pattern: Stylish Shawl

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Inferno Daisy chain Crochet Shawl

  • Designed by Kirsten Bishop

If you like to wear your clothes in seasonal colours, this scarf will be perfect for the autumn because it looks like autumn leaves. This vivid orange colour with dark shades looks really great, don’t you think?

 

free crochet pattern: Stylish Shawl

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Premium Shawl Patterns

Emmeline Crochet Shawl

  • Designed by Suzanne Reed

Look at this beautiful and elegant scarf! It will certainly warm your neck during cold weather and what’s more, it will make your outfit look great. You can choose the colour you want, but you have to agree that the combination of grey and blue is beautiful.

free crochet pattern: Stylish Shawl

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Find this pattern on daisyboo.net or read more on Ravelry.

My After Eight Blanket & Shawl pattern

  • Designed by Suzanne Reed

If you liked the color combination from the previous pattern, you will also like this one! Grey color will make the scarf fit many clothes, and the vivid ends will make the scarf original and look cheerful. The ombre effect is something I really love. I hope you like it too.

free crochet pattern: Stylish Shawl

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Pretty Maids all in a Row Scarf

  • Designed by Suzanne Reed

Thanks to the colours, this Pretty Brown Scarf is really universal and will fit many outfits. What’s more, the pattern looks fantastic and making this scarf will be a lot of fun for you. Choose your favourite shades of yarn and start today!

free crochet pattern: Stylish Shawl

PHOTOS by Suzanne Reed / Ravelry.com

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4 comments

Lisa Healey 5 August 2020 at 02:01

The article says free patterns, but when I click on the links they are not free.

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Isabelle 7 August 2020 at 20:57

Hi Lisa, please try again 🙂 The link to the free pattern is directly under the picture in the post. All patterns in this post are free:)

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Carolyn D 20 August 2020 at 07:41

Hi, I’ve clicked on all the links for the free patterns and all of them are asking for money!!

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Isabelle 25 August 2020 at 14:04

Hi Carolyn, the first shawl is free, the rest were too, but apparently the authors of the patterns decided to monetize them. Sometimes it happens 🙁 Thank you for the info and be sure to check other posts, we’ve got a lot of fun free shawl patterns 🙂

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