Knitting Patterns Shawls and Wraps

Striped Knitted Shawls

Shawls are a very important part of every woman wardrobe, because they are so universal, you can wear them on many different occasions and above all, you can never have enough of them. I myself have a full drawer of different knitted shawls – all is various colors and designs. It’s a great thing, because it’s an easy way to change your old clothes into a whole new stylization! And above all, shawls are a great gift idea – truly universal and amazing, because you can easily adjust them to your vision and make them in no time! Check out these patterns and choose your favourite!

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Xenox Shawl

  • Designed by Shannon Dunbabin

When Autumn comes, we usually start to wear all dark clothes or sometimes beige. A stripy knitted shawl is perfect for bringing colors to your wardrobe. This one is made with a free pattern and is relatively easy to knit. The finished size is 58” wingspan x 22” deep. Try it and be bright!

knitted shawl free pattern

PHOTOS by Shannon Dunbabin /

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Treasure Town Shawl

  • Designed by Jackie Valdez

This beautiful, lightweight stripy shawl requires intermediate skills. It knits from the center out. Download this free knitting pattern to see the graph of a repeating textured motif. This shawl will fit perfectly in your casual outfits and add more colors to your looks.

stripy shawl free knitting pattern

PHOTOS by Jackie Valdez /

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Striped Triangle Shawl Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by Irina Poludnenko

I think this extraordinary shawl is truly amazing, because of all the vibrant colors! The shawl project is 175,5 cm  (69 inches) wide and 86.5 cm (34 inches) long. In other words, it’s a stunning piece, that will keep you warm and look great! I love this one, I will definitely try it, hope you’ll too!

Striped Triangle Shawl Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Irina Poludnenko /

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Bantry Shawl Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by Rubysasha

I love all the laces and different finishes in this beautiful shawl – they make it really original and intricate. In other words, it’s an amazing gift idea and a very comfy accessory, that’s really beautiful to wear on several occasions.

Bantry Shawl Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Rubysasha /

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Colorful Keepsake Shawl Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by Tina Tse

All these different textures and designs are a beautiful combination, therefore this asymmetrical shawl is a true piece of art. Moreover, it’s a really warm piece of art, that will last you literally forever. It’s simple and fabulous!

Colorful Keepsake Shawl Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Tina Tse /

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Shifting Stripes Shawl Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by Red Heart

Shawls with stripes are just pure elegance and classic, because you can pull off any minimalistic, modern look with this great shawl. If you like this pattern, you can repeat it and make an amazing blanket of it. I’m sure it’s also a wonderful gift idea!

Shifting Stripes Shawl Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Red Heart /

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Kindness KAL 2019 Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by Jaala Spiro

I love this simple wrap and the stripes! This incredible shawl is 52” x 72” x 36”, which is a great size for a nice, warm blankie to cover your shoulders when it’s chilly outside. In conclusion, you have to try this project, it’s simple, elegant and very feminine. I’m sure it’s gonna look amazing on you!

Kindness KAL 2019 Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Jaala Spiro /

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Arktika’s Juniper and Cedar

  • Designed by Aberdeen’s Wool Co. (Heather Scott)

If you’re looking for a new, romantic project to embellish your shawls collection, you will love this project! Take a look at the pictures below, it’s so feminine and vintage looking! Aberdeen’s Wool Co. (Heather Scott) really had the best idea for the color palette. And the edging is so gorgeous!

Arktika's Juniper and Cedar

PHOTOS by arktika /

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

Diving in Shawl

  • Designed by Mam’zelle Flo

I love the simple, stripy design of this simple shawl by Mam’zelle Flo, because it will fit so many different stylizations! The shade of pink that she chose is super cheerful and vibrant, so it will make the gloomy, grey winter days a bit more sunny. It’s also super simple to knit!

Diving in Shawl

PHOTOS by akaneddy /

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

Gentle Slopes

  • Designed by Fairmount Fibers Ltd.

I love how Fairmount Fibers Ltd. mixed an unexpected combination of striped with short rows. It gives the whole project a really cool look. The shape is an asymmetric triangle, which looks incredible when you wrap yourself in it. The wingspan is 53½” x 23” down spine.

Gentle Slopes

PHOTOS by Fairmount Fibers Ltd. /

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The Scent of Spring

  • Designed by Claudia Maris

Green is finally everywhere and simply going outside is such a joy, right? And what better time to play with green yarn, than now! So take a look at this simply beautiful shawl in the pictures below, which is simple and reversible triangular project, that’s knitted all over in garter stitch.

The Scent of Spring

PHOTOS by Claudia Maris /

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Arcobaleno shawl

  • Designed by Rosalia Chiaramonte

Colorful shawls are just the best for spring and summer time! You might’ve thought that you wouldn’t need a shawl for hotter days, but when you’re spending quiet evenings outside, it’s really handy to have one! This beautiful knitted project by Rosalia Chiaramonte is going to be a staple piece in your wardrobe!

Arcobaleno shawl

PHOTOS by rosalia Chiaramonte /

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Sun Comes Up

  • Designed by Espace Tricot

Espace Tricot created this beautiful bold knitted shawl after being inspired by the Pantone colours of the year. This incredible project will make you feel the spring even stronger and brighten your day as you envelope yourself in this sunny colour and very comfy fabric!

Sun Comes Up

PHOTOS by Espace Tricot /

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