Free Crochet Shawl pattern

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Crochet shawls are beautiful accessories to add to your wardrobe. It adds extra charm to your style as well as keep you warm. In this roundup post, I have 16 beautiful free crochet shawl patterns that are absolutely gorgeous and easy to make.

These shawls can be used in all four seasons. You can dress up or dress down using a simple shawl.

Crochet shawl can be a great handmade gift or start a craft business or online store.

But today, I want you to enjoy these beautiful free patterns and make one of these for yourself or for your dear ones.

Let’s get started.

Lavender Delight

Free Crochet Shawl pattern

This beautiful crochet shawl is absolutely gorgeous and super easy to make. The designer, Ragnhild, has designed the pattern for beginners but advanced crocheters will enjoy it too.

Get the step by step instructions from

Triangle Stitch Crochet Shawl

triangle-stitch shawl

This is a multi-purpose shawl. Use it as a scarf in the winter under the coat or jacket and as a shawl in the sprint or on the beach.

The patter is very easy so you can make this shawl very quickly.

Delia from Deliacreates has designed this beautiful shawl. Visit her blog for the free pattern and many other beautiful ideas.


Sequin Shawl.

This free crochet shawl pattern is from I Like

This airy shawl is the perfect accessory for those chilly summer nights and early fall days.

The ruffled edging gives extra shine to the shawl.


Floral Shawl

I love love love this lacy floral beauty. Get the full pattern on Yarn Inspiration.

Place this stunning shawl amongst your favorite summer pieces. This light and lacy shawl make the perfect layer on a cool summer day.

This is definitely going on my “To make list”.

Free Crochet Shawl pattern


Ana Lucia Shawl

This elegant shawl has some beautiful details and has matching tassels on all ends. It is designed by a very talented designer – Wilma from

You can buy her ad-free designs from Etsy or Ravelry or enjoy the free ones from her blog.

I must say, her blog is very beautiful and so is her designs. Don’t forget to visit her blog for more stunning crochet designs.


Free Crochet Shawl


Honey Mustard Shawl

This is the second time I’ve included her designs in my round-up posts. Olivia from Hopefulhoney is a very talented designer. I love her designs for simplicity and the look. If you are looking for something simple but elegant, luxurious look then visit her blog,

I’m sure you’ll get inspired as I did.

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BOOMERANG  Free Crochet SHAWL pattern

I was looking for this free crochet shawl pattern for a while. I have the knitted one but not in crochet until I stumble on this one.

Another inspiration from the amazing yarn company- Yarn Inspiration.

boomrang crochet Shawl


Monday Blues Shawl 

Free Crochet Shawl

The shawl is a shallow triangle, making it perfect for wearing as a scarf as well a shawl or wrap.  The use of multiple colors gives the wavy effect and gives a chic look to the shawl.

Dedri from Look What I Made, has done a  beautiful job of designing the shawl top-down and creating a neat edging.


Delightful Southern Shawl

Free Crochet Shawl

Kathy from Elk Studio is the brain behind this fabulous shawl cum wrap. She used Caron cake to make this shawl but you can also make it in a solid color or use multi colors to get a similar effect.

This shawl is made top-down and added edging at the end giving it a very delightful look.

Another one going on my “To Make List”, it’s getting longer.

Thank You, Kathy, for sharing this step by step free crochet shawl patterns.


Herringbone Shawl

This modern and chic shawl is designed by

Herringbone stitch gives a strong texture to the shawl and it’s easy and quick to make resulting in an elegant shawl.

This triangle shawl can be a great gift item too.

rherringbone crochet free pattern


 Candy River Shawl

The beautiful color combination makes this shawl so gorgeous. I wish I could understand colors so well. I always end up buying unmatching colors.

If you want to get the same effect as the designer then check her free pattern post here.

Free Crochet Shawl pattern


Primrose and proper scarf

This warm and cozy super scarf is designed by Kirsten from Kirstenhollowaydesigns. 

The pattern is quick and easy to make. The lacy details add elegance and will keep you looking gorgeous all winter.

Both beginner and advanced crocheters will enjoy this beautiful pattern.

Free Crochet Shawl pattern


River washed Shawl

This pattern is a bit advanced level but you can certainly give a try. Tatsiana from Lille Bjorn is the creative head behind this beautiful shawl.

This is one of those shawls that will make all head turn. My picture is not doing justice here.

Visit her blog for full instructions and more beautiful pictures.

I would like to mind you that don’t visit this blog if you are in a hurry because this blog is so inspiring and beautiful, you’ll forget about the time.


Free Crochet Shawl pattern


Single Stitch Shawl

This is simple single crochet pattern shawl but with the different color combination, it looks so stunning.

The blog is in Dutch but you can always use automatic google translator. Also, there is step by step instruction with pictures so no need to worry. You’ll be able to follow it.

Free Crochet Shawl pattern

Pineapple Shawl

I was looking for a big pineapple design and found this gem.

This free crochet shawl pattern is certainly going to get lots of compliments. If you are one of those who like to show off your creativity then follow the step by step instruction from the crochet magazine.

Free Crochet Shawl pattern


Lace Scarf

Free Crochet Shawl pattern

Finally, a simple yet elegant spider crochet shawl pattern. This free pattern is from Torquoise with Vanilla. This is a very versatile pattern you can make skirts, scarfs, bags and many more with this elegant pattern.


So, ladies, you have 16 beautiful free crochet shawl patterns to make and sell or gift. Enjoy these patterns and share with us if you nake any of these.

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