Shawl

15+ Awesome Crochet Shawls for Women with Patterns

Advertisements


#1 Loretta Shawl Pattern


Shawls are wonderful, don’t you think? They work well to keep you cold when it’s getting a bit chilly outside but they also work well as a scarf, with a variety of ways of styling them. Don’t you just love it? And with the Loretta Shawl, you’ve got that great triangle shape coupled with texture and (optional) fun fringe.

You may sell all finished products made from this pattern; however you may not share, sell, or distribute this pattern in any way, in whole or in part. I would greatly appreciate a link back to my shop or this pattern anytime you sell this item online.

Download Pattern

 
 

#2 Embarker Cocoon Shawl Pattern


I just love cozying up in this cardigan! It’s simple construction and repeating diamond moss stitch create a fun project that you’ll be enjoying all winter. Its knit in a rectangle, folded in half lengthwise and seamed on the sides to create the classic cocoon construction. This kind of cardigan is great for newbie sweater makers because of its simplicity.

Download Pattern

 
 

#3 Your Winter Shawl Pattern


Your Winter Shawl Crochet Pattern
Your Winter Shawl is the perfect quick gift or finish in a day or two shawl.
It’s a triangle shawl using two crochet yarn cakes.
The stitch pattern repeats & makes it a mindless crochet project. Perfect for situations you get interrupted often or to crochet in front of the tv.

Download Pattern

 
 

#4 Denim Shawl Pattern


This is a super easy and pretty shawl! It works up super fast with a 1 row repeat, but don’t let that fool you. This shawl is elegant and beautiful!

Download Pattern

 
 

#5 Live Your Magic Mobius Shawl Pattern


Materials:
S/M: 4 Balls Jeans Yarn by Lion Brand Yarn
L/XL: 5 Balls Jeans Yarn by Lion Brand Yarn
Stitch Marker
US-I (5.5mm)Hook
Scissors
Darning needle

Download Pattern

 
 

#6 Around the Block Shawl Pattern


Warm up your wardrobe with this cozy crochet wrap that’s sure to become a go-to when the temperature drops. Designed in Patons Lincoln Fog, pattern is worked in the round using autumn shades, but you can make yours in any combination of colors to reflect your tastes. Project will keep you engaged from beginning to end as you practice double crochet, granny clusters, chain, color chain and more. Since there’s no sizing, think gifting for this luxurious layer!

Download Pattern

 
 

#7 Bonic Shawl Pattern


SKILL LEVEL:
Easy
It is the repetition of 6 rows. After 1-2 repetitions, you don’t need to follow the
instructions.
It is worked from right to left. If are lefthanded, you can work left to right.
It is not necessary to turn work.
Every row is worked with one color. You have to add the new color at the beginning of
a row and cut the yarn at the end.

Download Pattern

 
 

#8 Coral Trellis Shawl Pattern


This shawl is a crescent-shaped shawl with a Garter stitch body and 2 bands of lattice lace at the bottom edge — a narrow band of small lattice lace, followed by a wider band of large lattice lace. Both lace bands are set off from the Garter stitch background by ridges of Double Garter stitch.

Download Pattern

 
 

#9 Hills and Valleys Prayer Shawl Pattern


Skill Level:
Easy
Materials:
Cascade Yarns® Cherub Chunky Wave; 55% Nylon/45% Acrylic; 100 g (3.5 oz)/ 136.7 yds (125 m);
5 skeins color # 608 Philadelphia
Crochet Hook Size H (5 mm)
Yarn Needle

Download Pattern

 
 

#10 Classical Attitude Shawl Pattern


A beautiful, simple and elegant shawl crocheted in Cotton Kings Twirlswhich is a wonderful “cake-yarn” in 100% cotton. Twirls yarns are available in a wide range of beautiful color combinations. The shawl is crocheted in a simple pattern and will add a beautiful and elegant touch to any outfit. Enjoy!

Materials:
Cotton Kings Twirls- 1 skein
Crochet Hook: G (4.0 mm)

Download Pattern

 
 

#11 Earth Tones Shawl Pattern


Sizes:
64” x 25”
Materials:
Cascade Yarns® Whirligig®
60% Superwash Merino Wool / 20% Nylon / 20% Acrylic
200 g (7.05 oz) / 546 yds (500 m)
2 skeins color #14 (Vintage Mod)
US 9 (6 mm) knitting needles
Yarn needle

Download Pattern

 
 

#12 All Angles Wrap Shawl Pattern


Brighten up a cold and dreary day with the sparkle of this bold and cozy crochet wrap. Pattern is easy to do, featuring straightforward double crochet, increases and decreases techniques. Designed in Red Heart Super Saver Metallic, this shawl features 3 complementary shades, plus a hint of sparkle for something a little extra! Measuring an impressive 80” in length, you can wear it long, toss it over your shoulder, or double it up to achieve your desired look!

Download Pattern

 
 

#13 Prerna Shawl Pattern


Do you like trying new things? Something that challenges you just a little bit? This scarf is just right for you if you do 🙂

The Prerna scarf pattern is made up of 8 sections that can be put together in any order to build a scarf. You could skip a section or two or make the same one twice if you’d like! Each section is made up of one or more Tunisian stitches ranging from beginner to intermediate. I’ve mentioned the stitches used in each section at the top so you know exactly what you should expect before you start working on the section. This scarf is my way of introducing stitch combinations that I found interesting but also give makers the choice to skip something they don’t like. I hope you will enjoy making this scarf as much as I did!

Download Pattern

 
 

#14 Faded Shawl Pattern


Faded Shawl
A large dtriangular shawl in gradient colours for a subtle yet stunning effect. Solid rows are alternated with openworked sections to create a warm and soft shawl. This design is made with the new Durable Cosy fine faded yarn.

Download Pattern

 
 

#15 Fading Shawl Pattern

Hedgehog Fibres
Picture: Miki Barlok

Easy, midless garter stitch shawl, suitable even for beginners. Just relax and knit a few rows, nothing difficult going on here. It’s done when you run out of yarn! You can use a 10 skein Mini Fade set – check availability here or two skeins of Sock yarn, contrasting colours would work best, but: knitter’s choice!

Download Pattern

 
 

Advertisements


0 Comments
Share

admin

Reply your comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*