Knitting Patterns Shawls and Wraps

Fantastic Intricate Knitted Shawls

Delicate and feminine knitted shawls are something really beautiful! They are elegant, classy and are a great addition to your outfit, such as a dress or blouse. You can wear a basic set of clothes and still look special thanks to this unique Fantastic Intricate Knitted Shawl around your neck. I’m sure you’ll find something for yourself from these patterns and fall in love with this scarf!


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Crunch Time

  • Designed by Jocelyn Tunney

It’s great to use warm, beautiful colors for fall projects like shawls, because they look gorgeous compared to the falling leaves. Moreover, this incredible shawl by Jocelyn Tunney in the photos below will make you feel feminine and super comfy. The finished size is approximately 66” x 30”.

Crunch Time


PHOTOS by Jocelyn Tunney / Ravelry.com

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Find original free pattern on o-wool.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Cuprite Shawl

  • Designed by Emily O’Brien

This gorgeous cuprite shawl by Emily O’Brien is a fine example of a simple and elegant project. Moreover, it’s perfect for both mornings and evenings. Casual and special occasions. The cables in this gorgeous shawl and increases are worked on wrong – side rows, which makes the design really original.

Cuprite Shawl

PHOTOS is by Emily O’Brien / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on interweave.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Marling in Sequence

  • Designed by Britta Kremke

Marling is at its best! This incredible shawl by Britta Kremke will make you fall in love with shawls all over again. It’s worked with 3 strands, which gives you a super delicate and elegant look. Moreover, it’s really suitable for beginner. What’s more, it’s more than enough to wrap yourself with it on a colder day. The finished size is 28 x 195cm.

Marling in Sequence

PHOTOS is by Britta Kremke / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Echo Flower Shawl

  • Designed by Jenny Johnson Johnen

Echo Flower Shawl is one of the most beautiful knitted shawls! Just look at it – it’s sophisticated, with amazing design, delicate structure and interesting edging. This scarf will look beautiful to the dress on a warm summer evening, so take the yarn and start today!

PHOTO above is by mintyfresh / Ravelry.com and photo below is by strose629 / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on johnen.se, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Kindness KAL Shawl

  • Designed by Knitcircus

This Kindness KAL Shawl in different shades of blue creates a beautiful ombre effect, and thanks to the small holes it looks a bit vintage, like lace. Shawl will be perfect if you like feminine styles with a bit of elegance. It looks really impressive, but pattern is not complicated and I am sure you can handle it!

PHOTOS by Knitcircus / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

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Ashton Shawlette

  • Designed by Dee O’Keefe

This charming scarf has original edges and beautiful small openings that create amazing pattern. As you can see this Ashton Shawlette is cozy and warm, so it will also work well in autumn or spring to protect your neck. Choose you favoutive yarn colour and start today!

PHOTOS by stevieland / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Night Song

  • Designed by a catnach

I don’t know about you, but this shawl made me think of a romantic evening walk on a date. Night Song is an amazing ombre shawl that I really like. The scarf starts with a white color, but then you can choose any color you want. In other words, pink, blue or maybe orange? You choose!

PHOTOS by a catnach / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Rocky Road Shawl

  • Designed by Cascade Yarns

Take a look at this beautiful shawl by Cascade Yarns. It was made with a very soft and delicate yarn, that will make you feel very cozy and comfy this upcoming winter days. What’s more, you can make this shawl in no time, so make sure to start asap! The finished size is 76” wingspan x 23” deep.

Rocky Road Shawl

PHOTOS by Cascade Yarns / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on cascadeyarns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Chevron Eyelet Prayer Shawl

  • Designed by Cascade Yarns

If you like purple shawls, this one is going to be just perfect for you! Cascade Yarns created a beautiful wrap, that’s transitioning from one shade of purple to another. What’s more, the delicate design will make you feel so romantic and feminine! Take a look at the photo below, you’ll love this one! What’s more, the finished size is 18” x 58”.

Chevron Eyelet Prayer Shawl

PHOTOS by Cascade Yarns / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on cascadeyarns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Fade Variation

  • Designed by Carolyn Glauz-Todrank

If you like a slight ombre effect and colorful shawls, this project by Carolyn Glauz-Todrank will amaze you! It offers two variations on the Be Simple Shawl. It’s a gorgeous and asymmetrical project, that’s very easy to knit and super comfy to wear, because of the super soft yarn.

Fade Variation

PHOTOS by SeaAndStone / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry., or read more about this version on Ravelry.

Euphoria shawl

  • Designed by gazal mohammed

This gorgeous, knitted, feminine shawl was made by gazal mohammed and it looks so romantic! The yarn that was used is the Scheepjes “stone washed”, however feel free to use your favorite one. You will need a 4,5 mm needle for this project. One thing is for sure – it will definitely keep you warm and cosy!

Euphoria shawl

PHOTOS by gazal mohammed / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Escanda

  • Designed by Belén Fernández

Escanda is a gorgeous, asymmetrical, triangular shawl made by Belén Fernández. You can start this project in one corner with a cute lace section and increase gradually until the middle. It’s really not a complicated project. What’s more, you can easily adjust the size, which in the pattern is 80 cm (32”) long.

Escanda

PHOTOS by Belén Fernández / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Laiken Free For A Limited Time Only!

  • Designed by Expression Fiber Arts

Hurry up, because this gorgeous, delicate project by Expression Fiber Arts is free only for a short period of time. And I can assure all of you, that this shawl is totally worth the while! The finished size is 102” along outer edge x 50” at widest end. Play with the colors and enjoy your new, cosy, feminine shawl.

Laiken

PHOTOS by Expression Fiber Arts / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on expressionfiberarts.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Ovid

  • Designed by Audrey Borrego

Take a look at this gorgeous, delicate shawl made by Audrey Borrego. It’s knitted sideways from point to point and it consists of relaxing bias garter with stockinette stitch in the center. The finished size is 230 cm – 90 ½” long and 27 cm – 10 ½” wide.

Ovid

PHOTOS by Audrey Borrego / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Hoarfrost Scarf

  • Designed by Heather Hill

When it’s getting cold and frosty outside, it’s good to have your favorite shawl in handy. Like for instance this one on the pictures below made by Heather Hill. The rib pattern is definitely among the comfiest of all when it comes to scarves! What’s more, you can easily adjust the size!

Hoarfrost Scarf

PHOTOS by Heather Hill / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on universalyarn.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Semi-Charmed Scarf

  • Designed by Elizabeth Smith

This lovely, feminine semi – charmed scarf was made by Elizabeth Smith and its a very simple, modern project, that will make you look and feel warm, cosy and ready for a winter walk! The pattern comes in one size, which is 6”/15 cm x 58”/147 cm.

Semi-Charmed Scarf

PHOTOS by Elizabeth Smith / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

A beautiful spring shawl

  • Designed by Karen S. Lauger

This gorgeous lace pattern in the pictures below is intersected with stripes of a different texture and colors. What’s more, it a beginner friendly and fun knit, that’s really eye pleasing and super comfy to wear. It’s a lovely spring shawl, however you can easily wear it on all year long.

A beautiful spring shawl

PHOTOS by Karen S. Lauger / filcolana.dk

Find original free pattern on filcolana.dk

A beautiful, stripes shawl

  • Designed by Karen S. Lauger

This beautiful and simple shawl design in the pictures below is the fantastic work by Karen S. Lauger. The shawl is a result of playing with texture, increases and stripes, which create a wonderful harmony together. What’s more, I love the vibrant colors and I’m sure you will too!

A beautiful, stripes shawl

PHOTOS by Karen S. Lauger / filcolana.dk

Find original free pattern on filcolana.dk

Tonks

  • Designed by Heidi Alander

This fantastic, raspberry colour was inspired by beloved Tonks from Harry Potter. We all remember her incredible hair colors, right? This fantastic shawl in the pictures below is not only super vibrant, but also so comfy to wear! It can be draped over the shoulder or around your neck as a decorative accessory!

Tonks

PHOTOS by Carla72 / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.com, or read more about this version on Ravelry.

Kingston Lacy

  • Designed by Tess Young

This gorgeous shawl in the pictures below was made by Tess Young and it’s a broad triangular shawl, that’s knitted from the bottom and finished with an applied garter stitch (that’s super easy and fast to do).  The reversible lace stitch created a wonderful all over place pattern with a fantastic drape.

Kingston Lacy

PHOTOS by Tess Young / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on tessyoungdesigns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Fringee Thing Reborn

  • Designed by Heidi Gustad

This knitted shawl in the pictures below is so full and colors and modern, simple texture, just take a look at it! The original project was made with a fringe, however this version below is without it (which looks really great!). It’s a great project to snuggle yourself in on a cold winter walk!

Fringee Thing Reborn

PHOTOS by nthdegree / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on handsoccupied.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. This particular version is on Ravelry.

Vaunt

  • Designed by Sarah Thornton

This simple, but colorful and really soft shawl in the pictures below is a great autumn / winter project for all of you who are looking for an extra layer of coziness on your outdoor walks. What’s more, the pattern is super easy to knit and works up so fast!

Vaunt

PHOTOS by liverpoolyarns / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on knitty.com, or read more about it on Ravelry. This particular version is on Ravelry.

Anemone Shawl

  • Designed by Aubrey P Busek

When spring is almost in full bloom, you still have some time to start a new, exciting project, like for instance a new, beautiful shawl. This one in the pictures below will embellish your outfit and make you so cozy! It’s a soft, textured shawl with bands of lace throughout, so it’s very feminine.

Anemone Shawl

PHOTOS by Aubrey P Busek / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on universalyarn.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Iris Shawl

  • Designed by Danielle Comeau

I love how all the colors of the rainbow shine through the black base of this beautiful shawl. It creates such an incredible effect, that will be a true staple piece in your closet. Danielle Comeau named this shawl after Iris, the goddess of the rainbow. What’s more, it’s worked from one end, expanding in ever widening stripes as it grows.

Iris Shawl

PHOTOS by Danielle Comeau / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Scrappy Knit Shawl

  • Designed by Regina Weiss

If you’re looking for a casual and a bit boho inspired shawl, we’ve got you! This fantastic project in the pictures below is perfect to use up any leftover yarn. What’s more, it’s worked as a bottom – up piece, that leaves the yarn ends knotted together, which creates such a fun effect!

Scrappy Knit Shawl

PHOTOS by Regina Weiss / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on moralefiber.blog, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Circling Around

  • Designed by Anna Fedorova

This beautiful, delicate shawl in the pictures below features modified Sunspots pattern. All you need to know is how to do increases and decreases. What’s more, you can scale it to any size you want. It’s a lovely idea for a wedding gift, don’t you think? The finished size is 156 cm x 75 cm.

PHOTOS by Anna Fedorova / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Marion Stole

  • Designed by Aubrey P Busek

Whether you want to create an elegant wrap for a garden party with your friends, or you just want something feminine to enhance your outfit, this shawl in the pictures below will do its job perfectly! Even though it’s delicate, the lace stitch pattern is epeated constantly throughout, making this project really fun to do.

Marion Stole

PHOTOS by Aubrey P Busek / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on universalyarn.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Reach for the Stars

  • Designed by Jem Arrowsmith

This magical, delicate shawl in the pictures below could be such a stunning addition to a wedding dress! This breathtaking shawl is made using variegated fingering weight yarn. What’s more, it’s worked in stockinette throughout the body before alternating with starlit zigzags of eyelet mesh towards the border.

Reach for the Stars

PHOTOS by Jem Arrowsmith / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

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