Crochet shawls are such an important part of every woman’s wardrobe because they are suitable for so many occasions, for instance, you can wear a shawl to a party with your friends, wrap yourself in it on a chilly summer day on the beach, or snuggle under it while reading a fascinating book. In conclusion, it’s totally up to you! And above all, 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!
Down The Rabbit Hole Shawl
Designed by: Agneta Nauclèr
This shawl looks so rich and professional, isn’t it? I adore the variety of ornaments and the color palette. It will improve any outfit and catch the eye of others. You might not believe it, but it isn’t a challenging project. The free crochet shawl pattern utilizes simple stitches and many repetitive rows. So if you like the design, put this garment on your shortlist.
PHOTOS by Agneta Nauclèr / Ravelry.com
Woodland MCAL 2022
Designed by: Emma L. Kerridge-Conium
Woodland themes in crochet garments bring us closer to nature, feel grounding energy, and give us a lot of fun while creating. Make this beautiful triangular shawl with a free pattern and feel all the power it will endow you.
PHOTOS by Emma L. Kerridge-Conium / Ravelry.com
Big Sky Shawl
Designed by: Tamara Kelly
A Big Sky free crochet shawl pattern is a wonderful project for beginners because it uses basic stitches, and that’s all. When you manage, you can wear it almost in all your outfits — with jeans and a t-shirt or a long sleeve top, with any dress and look with skirts. It will be your favorite warm and cozy accessory for a cold season.
PHOTOS by TheDabblingHook / Ravelry.com
Designed by: Jasmin Räsänen
This shawl is a piece of art, starting with the free crochet shawl pattern and ending with the color palette. It looks like the wings of a beautiful bird. You can make one and update your wardrobe with such an accent garment.
PHOTOS by adihill / ravelry.com
Rainforest Triangle Shawl
Designed by: Kristines Crochets
A beautiful lacy triangle shawl for your romantic looks. Do you want to create one with the help of a free video tutorial? It is relatively easy to make if you have some experience. There are a lot of repeats, and you’ll remember the scheme quite fast.
PHOTOS by Kristines Crochets / ravelry.com
Designed by: Rachel Henri
Here is a free crochet pattern for a simple shawl. It crochets from one corner to the opposite side with single crochet stitches and chains and will look great in any color you choose. Imagine how cozy it will be when you wrap in it in the breeze autumn evenings.
PHOTOS by Rachel Henri / ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.
Pineapple Peacock Shawl
Designed by: Amy Gunderson
This intricate shawl is just mesmerizing and look like a real peacock tail, doesn’t it? Amazing how a shawl from half a circle can turn out. It’s a delicate and subtle addition to your wardrobe, but certainly the most beautiful!
PHOTOS by Amy Gunderson / ravelry.com
Designed by: Tamara Kelly
This beautiful shawl reminds me of Ariel from Disney. Its so delicate and look magical – like a fairytale net taken out of the ocean. Simple pattern, therefore perfect for beginners and definitely worth trying!
PHOTOS by Tamara Kelly / ravelry.com
Sarin Lace Shawl
Designed by: Sylwia Kawczyńska
This one is definitely a statement piece, because red suits almost everyone, it’s just the matter of courage to wear it. You’ll brighten up your wardrobe with this beautiful piece of clothing and it will keep you slightly warm on chilly summer days.
PHOTOS by Sylwia Kawczyńska / ravelry.com
Designed by: Yarnspirations Design Studio
That’s the ideal pattern for all you stripes fans out there! However, you can make this amazing shawl in just one color and don’t incorporate the stripes. In conclusion, no pattern your choice, it will look just splendid! And above all, you can wear in on numerous occasions.
PHOTOS by Yarnspirations Design Studio / ravelry.com
If you like this post, make sure to check out: Fantastic Intricate Knitted Shawls
Designed by: DROPS design
You will make this amazing shawl in two strands, that work up really fast. Above all, if you like ombre effect on projects like these, you’ll surely love this one, as it’s really delicate, feminine and flattering, therefore perfect not only for special occasions but also for everyday wear.
PHOTOS by DROPS design / ravelry.com
Sapphire Puff Shawl
Designed by: Crochetpedia
Do you like ombre shawls? If so, you will love this new crochet shawl by Crochetpedia, that has the most amazing shades of blue, purple and even green, transitioning beautifully into one another. The finished size is circa 150 cm x 75 cm (59” x 29,5”) after blocking and it’s a perfect project for spring time!
PHOTOS by Crochetpedia / Ravelry.com
Designed by: K.A.M.E. Crochet
If you like asymmetrical crochet shawls, this one in the pictures below is going to be totally in your taste! You can use it in many different ways. K.A.M.E. Crochet combined the most gorgeous colors, don’t you think? The finished zie is 158 cm/62.25” long and 44 cm/17.25” wide, however you can change it.
PHOTOS by K.A.M.E. Crochet / Ravelry.com
Asymmetrical Heart Shawl Paid Pattern
Designed by: Spider Mambo
Even though this pattern is a paid one, it’s totally worth mentioning, because it’s so feminine and flattering! If you love asymmetrical wraps as much as I do, you will feel amazing wearing it. It combines rows of large, lacy hearts with stripes of smaller hearts for a sweet and fun look. And the finished size is 28 inches by 50 inches.
PHOTOS by skein store / Ravelry.com
Find original paid pattern on Ravelry.
Free Crochet Shawl
- Designed by: lifeandyarn
This lovely, lacy shawl looks very romantic and vintage and I think it’s going to be absolutely perfect to wear with a simple dress or your favorite tee. It’s a great pattern for an advanced or determined beginner. Which colors would you go for? Do you like such delicate shawls? Let me know!
PHOTOS by lifeandyarn/ lifeandyarn.com
Find original free pattern on lifeandyarn.com
- Designed by: Lucia Stepankova
If you like ombre effect in your shawls, this amazing filet pattern in the pictures below will be a perfect one for you! It uses only about 800g of sports weight yarn and you can really go for some fun colors here! What’s more, the finished size is 145 x 60 cm.
PHOTOS by Lucia Stepankova / Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on Ravelry.
Jade and Roses
- Designed by: Carmen Heffernan
This gorgeous, asymmetric shawl design with a beautiful drape was made by Carmen Heffernan and it’s such a stunning project for spring and summer time! So it’s a contemporary and modern crochet design that creates a large wearable wrap, ready to snuggle! What’s more, the finished size is 87” 221cm x 75” 190cm x 44” 112cm.
PHOTOS by Carmen Heffernan / Ravelry.com
Designed by: Kristen Stoltzfus
This stunning, delicate shawl gives me vintage vibes. It’s so elegant and eye-catching, don’t you think? The finished size is 53” wide x 27” deep, so it’s going to be fantastic for a casual or evening dress. It’s also a great addition to a boho wedding dress!
PHOTOS by Cascade Yarns / ravelry.com
Designed by: Rebekah Haas
This lovely shawl in the pictures below is so colorful and eye-catching, don’t you think? What’s more, it’s so lacy and flattering! It uses a simple two row repeat to create a stunning masterpiece of crochet lace. You can finish it with a simple edging to bring out the details.
PHOTOS by Rebekah Haas / ravelry.com
Zinnia Granny Triangle Shawl
Designed by: Louise Bollanos
Isn’t this shawl made in the perfect, fall color? I absolutely love it and it’s going to look fantastic, no matter the stylization! So let’s make this light crochet shawl using only US treble crochet with this easy beginner pattern. It’s an open-work shawl and you can easily adjust the size if you want to!
PHOTOS by Louise Bollanos / ravelry.com
Designed by: DROPS design
This gorgeous shawl in the pictures below was made by DROPS design and it is crocheted in DROPS Cotton Merino. The piece features a lace pattern and bobbles. The finished size is about 60 cm high by 150 cm wide.
PHOTOS by DROPS design / ravelry.com
Love Letters Shawl
Designed by: Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson
The Love Letters Shawl in the pictures below is a fantastic work by Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson is a lovely lacy wrap that is simple to make. This lovely shawl can be dressed up or down and also makes an excellent gift! Do you require some assistance? There’s also a full video tutorial!
PHOTOS by Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson / ravelry.com