The stitch design in this scarf is reminiscent of ripples of light through the trees in winter along the Scottish countryside. As Catherine Earnshaw says, “My love for Linton is like the foliage in the woods: time will change it, I’m well aware, as winter changes the trees.”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.
The River Wash wrap is a rectangular shawl worked from the center out in both directions. Designed in an effort to marry traditional technique and trending style, crocheters will recognize the granny stitch but will have never seen it used this way. Add in the transition from deep indigo to inky black and you get a practical, stylish and edgy wrap perfect for any season.View Project
A fresh and floral take on this cozy wrap will add a skip in your step as we head into spring. This version, complete with tassels, is warm and lacy and bursting with color. Larger motifs make this design easy to wrap in a variety of ways.View Project
A perfect stashbuster candidate, the Azalea Poncho is lacy and cozy which makes it a great transitional piece in between shifting seasons. Work the lace granny square motif in a variety of colors for a whimsical look or stick to your favorite color for a more subtle result.View Project
Dark red yarn with a touch of purple works to create a shawl that’s reminiscent of the skin of a fresh, Macoun apple. Complete with a single row of apple leaves just towards the shawl’s edge, this design is ready for your next apple picking adventure!View Project
The ever-classic Red Delicious apple inspired this ruana to make a perfectly modern accessory. This comfortable and easy-to-wear project is a sweet and stylish way to make sure you stay warm this season. Best of all, it’s beginner friendly!View Project
Inspired by Crispin apple leaves, this refreshing take on a poncho is here for the apple picking season. The leafy structure of this design paired with a wool and acrylic blend yarn gives this poncho breathability and warmth at the same time. Wear with or without the hood depending on how crisp the weather may be.View Project
A hooded poncho with a peacoat style and a buttoned front is an apple orchard dream come true. Beautifully crocheted in red, this poncho is in part inspired by tart Cortland apples.View Project
This pretty shawl is worked from the top down to the point with dramatic shells that look like sunflower petals. Multi-colored yarn is worked in effortlessly to resemble the look of dense, sunflower seeds.View Project
Make a stop at your local farmers market for some fresh cut sunflowers while wearing this gorgeous alpaca wrap. Rows of puff stitches in rich rust and blue make this wrap stand out in a crowd.View Project