This basic vest pattern is an easy, semi-cropped V-neck knit construction, made by combining two identical rectangles worked side to side and then seamed together. The colors resemble falling leaves falling on a country path while the mosaic pattern and the type of yarns allows for a gradient and textured autumn palette.View Project
Crochet shawl patterns make great statement pieces for any outfit, and they’re so easy to make! You can use a crochet shawl to dress up or dress down any outfit – add a light and lacy piece to your summer outfit to protect against breeze nights and work one up in super bulky yarn for a warm and huggable wrap to keep you warmer in the winter. Crochet shawls can even be worn as scarves with a jacket or a coat, they’re so versatile!
From beginner-level to expert designs, you’ll be able to find the perfect shawl pattern to fit your skills. Take a look around our designs and find your next favorite pattern – you’ll find so many different styles to try out! From circular shawls to triangle ones, we have the best selection to choose from.
Cherie is an intermediate pattern for a cozy wrap that will comfort you on cool mornings in autumn and winter. Creating plaid with strategically placed motifs, this wrap is trendy with a pink and gray color palette and a fringe finish.View Project
A central filet panel featuring an anchor makes this shawl a subtle and effective summer shawl. Flanked by wavy white panels, the combination is a positively nautical design ready for walks on the beach or taking on the high seas.View Project
This boho cover up is made of portable lacy squares that are joined to create this gorgeous wearable. Darya can be worn open, belted or converted to a vest by seaming up the sides. Besides the chic lacy detailing, the main focus of this piece comes from its tie-dyed look! The cotton squares are dip dyed in an ombre pattern, then joined to create a truly unique garment that is easily customizable.View Project
This quick and super simple, multi-use pocket shawl features two angled pockets with decorative buttons and three invisible fasteners. Use these fasteners to convert the shawl into a capelet for optimal warmth. This pattern uses a simple and reversible stitch pattern for easy crocheting. Although instructions are given for three sizes, you can easily adjust the width and the length as you work to create a custom fit.View Project
With ten different motifs to crochet, it’s impossible to get bored while making this scarf! Though it’s shown in just two contrasting colors, this could be a great colorful stashbuster, as well. Get creative and use up what you’ve got in your stash to create an accessory that’s uniquely you.View Project
These shawls are the same, but the results are different depending on where you start your yarn ball from the inside or the outside! Shown in an ombre coral and turquoise waters blue, we think beginners will be in paradise while crocheting these shawls.View Project
Featuring an asymmetrical triangle shape, Tunisian crochet stitches and a bold pop of color, this shawl is definitely going to make your need-to-crochet list. To style, simply drape the short side on one shoulder and wrap the longer end around your neck. This beauty pairs perfectly with a jean jacket or your favorite lightweight sweater.View Project
This delicate scarf is worked back and forth from one tip to the other with decreases and increases at the ends to create its defining crescent shape. The lacy border is worked along the entire length once the main body of the scarf is completed. You won’t regret making this gorgeous pattern that pairs perfectly with your favorite floral dress.View Project
This design, part of our Elemental Shawl Series, incorporates air’s natural ability to swirl and carry sound with the twisting, undulating waves that radiate out from the center. Made from a subtly variegated grey yarn, this airy shawl is reminiscent of a dusty wind storm.View Project