Knitting Patterns Shawls and Wraps

Flattering And Feminine Knitted Lacy Shawls

Shawl are a really important part of every woman wardrobe, because you can wear them on several different occasions, they never go out of fashion and they keep you warm on every season! For instance, you can wear a shawl to a birthday party, to a picnic, or a meeting with your friends at the beach. And above all, they are incredibly beautiful and you can easily adjust them to your preferences. Moreover, shawls are really easy and fast to crochet, therefore it’s a great idea for an afternoon project, that will relax you after a long day at work. Check out these patterns and choose your favourite!


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Florin Triangle

  • Designed by Leila Raabe

This beautiful top – down triangular shawl is worked up with 2 skeins of fingering  – weight yarn, that makes it super soft. What’s more, the pattern begins at the center top and is worked top down with a slightly wider wingspan than you can see in triangular knit shawls

Florin Triangle


PHOTOS by Leila Raabe / Ravelry.com

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Sommerbrise

  • Designed by Babette Ulmer

You will need a US 4 – 3,5 mm hook for this beautiful shawl. It’s asymmetrical and full of colors, that look incredible and very feminine. What’s more, you can add fringes to mix things up a little and make it even more appealing.

Sommerbrise

PHOTOS by Babette Ulmer / Ravelry.com

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Sienna Wrap

  • Designed by DROPS design

This beautiful shawl is made with 23 stitches in width and 30 rows in height. You will need a 3,5 mm needle for this project. The length of the finished shawl is about 80 cm. The colors is absolutely lovely and romantic, however feel free to go for another one if you don’t like pink.

Sienna Wrap

PHOTOS by DROPS design / Ravelry.com

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

Golden Orchids

  • Designed by Aino Haikala

This amazing golden orchid shawl is an elegant example of how delicate and feminine a knitted shawl can look like. It’s knitted from the center of the neck outwards. In addition to that, the finished size of this beautiful wrap is 160 cm (70 inches) x 58 cm (25 inches).

Golden Orchids

PHOTOS by Aino Haikala / Ravelry.com

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Alpenbow Free For A Limited Time!

  • Designed by Em Lyn Knits

Hurry up, because this shawl won’t be free for much long now! This shawl is totally worth every minute spend on the project. It’s very feminine and flattering, so perfect to embellish your dresses or skirts. What’s more, it’s super comfy and soft!

Alpenbow

PHOTOS by Expression Fiber Arts / Ravelry.com

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Odyssey Shawl

  • Designed by Joji Locatelli

This beautiful, lacy, delicate shawl is a crescent shaped project in 3 different yarn colors, that you can change to your liking. What’s more, you’ll knit it up really fast, and it’s a great summer accessory.

Odyssey Shawl

PHOTOS by Joji Locatelli / Ravelry.com

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Playground Shawl

  • Designed by Justyna Lorkowska

If you’re looking for a fast and colorful shawl to wrap yourself in it not only on summmer days, but also when it gets a little more chilly, this one is the ideal project for you! The finished size is approximately 145cm/58” wide and 55cm/22” high, in other words, you have to try it!

Playground Shawl

PHOTOS by Justyna Lorkowska / Ravelry.com

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

Shawl Autumn’s weekend

  • Designed by Olga Rostovskaya

This shawl looks like it’s grey, however if you look closely, you will notice how iridescent it is! The little colorsul threads make it really unique and eye catching.

Shawl Autumn's weekend

PHOTOS by Olga Rostovskaya / Ravelry.com

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Sorbet Shawl

  • Designed by Rachel Brockman

This shawl / wrap is great for warm weather. It’s an oversized triangle, that’s great to warm you up after a long walk on a windy beach. The size of this shawl is 72” x 36”.

Sorbet Shawl

PHOTOS by Rachel Brockman / Ravelry.com

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

Shawl Lupine Flowers

  • Designed by Maryna Radzko

Don’t you think that the purple color really brings up the texture of this shawl? It’s delicate like a spider net, gowever it will provide wind protection on colder summer days and it will look gorgeous as a addition to your outfit.

Shawl Lupine Flowers

PHOTOS by Maryna Radzko / Ravelry.com

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Bettina’s Garden Free Knit Pattern

  • Designed by Denise Bartels

You can knit this amazing shawl very loosely – it will be even more beautiful, because it will embellish the delicate lace design. You can go for one colors, or play with ombre e shades of blue, purple and green. I love this one, I will definitely try it, hope you’ll too!

Bettina's Garden Free Knit Pattern

PHOTOS by Denise Bartels / Ravelry.com

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Hummingbird Feathers Shawl Free Knit Pattern

  • Designed by Denise Bartels

This delicate shawl is very repetitive to make and that’s why it’s perfect to relax while knitting it. The shape is unusual, therefore really original. In other words, it’s an amazing gift idea and a very comfy accessory. I will try out this one for sure!

Hummingbird Feathers Shawl Free Knit Pattern

PHOTOS by Denise Bartels / Ravelry.com

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Asbury Park Shawl Free Knit Pattern

  • Designed by Sarah Punderson

This wonderful shawl reminds me of summer and a stunning blue lagoon near Greece. I wish it was summer already! This stunning piece is great for beginners, very repetitive.  It’s simple and fabulous!

Asbury Park Free Knit Pattern

PHOTOS by Sarah Punderson / Ravelry.com

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Raven’s Eye View Free Knit Pattern

  • Designed by Denise Bartels

Making this amazing shawl is pure fun, because the pattern is really repetitive and easy, and the end result is just beautiful. Above all, choosing a darker color to knit this wrap will embellish this delicate, romantic lacing.

Raven's Eye View Free Knit Pattern

PHOTOS by Denise Bartels / Ravelry.com

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Haruni Free Knit Pattern

  • Designed by Knitterain

I absolutely love this shawl and I have to try this pattern! I hope you’ll try it as well. It’s such a delicate design, it looks almost magical, doesn’t it? The delicate lacing is so beautiful with this amazing, emerald green!

Haruni Free Knit Pattern

PHOTOS by Knitterain / Ravelry.com

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

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