Show off your festive spirit without sacrificing your style. With softened hues of the iconic Fourth of July colors, you can work this up for a day full of fireworks, hot dogs, and fun, but then you can keep it around for the rest of the summer days, too.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.
This wedge shawl has a distinct asymmetrical shape, setting it apart from more traditional crochet shawls. Make a fast, large and cozy shawl in an aran weight yarn as described here, or make it a scarf in a fingering weight yarn. Because this wedge shawl is worked in a single piece from the tip up, it can easily be made in any size you want.View Project
Marion takes the classic pineapple crochet motif and pairs it with chunky yarn and cables. This shawlette is great for cooler days where you just need a little something on your shoulders.View Project
Adella is a beautiful half circle shawl that is worked from top down. In fact, it is more of a three-quarter shawl which will stay on the shoulder because of the shape. To create an eye-pleasing look, popcorns have been added at points of increases every other row until shawl is at the appropriate length. The bottom edge is a row of popcorns and to complete the look.View Project
Ophelia begins with a length of beautiful lace edging. When the edging is the desired length then the body of the shawl begins by working on the straight edge of the edging. Decreases are made at the beginning, center and end of every other row until the center stitches are joined together. The work keeps going faster and faster as it progresses as the number of stitches keeps decreasing.View Project
Maya is a quadrilateral shawl perfect for layering in a variety of ways. The tassels in each corner add weight to the airy Boho feel. Using all four of the common crochet stitches— single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, and chain stitches — this is the perfect shawl for new crocheters to try.View Project
Madelyn is a half circle shawl that can be dressed up or down for warmer days. This lightweight design is done in a granny style pattern intermittent with rows of Solomon Knot. Finished with an edging of Solomon Knots and picots, Madelyn is an intermediate design you’ll be proud to crochet.View Project
Two staples of summer are blooming flowers and crisp, white linen. Add in a touch of vintage and you’ll have all the elements that inspired this gorgeous shawl. Featuring floral motifs and a raised edging that trails the design upwards, you’ll love this garden-inspired pattern that’s as beautiful as it is creative.View Project
As you welcome the first returning buds of spring, wrap yourself up in a lightweight shawl. This asymmetrical shawl is worked from tip to tip in a simple V-stitch pattern, with the floral edging worked as you go.View Project
This simple geometric lace design can dress up any outfit. Make it in your favorite color to create the perfect spring shawl to add a little extra layer of warmth.View Project