Shawls

Browse this collection of crochet shawl patterns and crochet wrap patterns, including crochet patterns for shawls for beginners.


Foliage in the Woods Wrap

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.”

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Conifer Shawl

The Conifer Shawl is a generously sized triangle worked sideways from a point. It features a long, lattice-patterned strip made of post puff stitches that add a deep texture and visual interest.

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Juniper Wrap

Inspired by cold nights, the scent of Juniper pine trees and a warm fire in a log cabin, the Juniper Wrap is so cozy and warm, you’ll be wearing it all season. A simple, oversized rectangle, looped fringe and the moss stitch make this project one you will make again and again.

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Ponderosa Pine Shawl

This crochet shawl with pine tree texture is inspired by Ponderosa pines. A warm and festive shoulder wrap for cold season is made by sophisticated crochet stitches and light weight yarn for a cozy-but-not-too-warm accessory.

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Cedar Wrap

The stitch design in this scarf is reminiscent of ripples of light through the cedar trees in winter. Featuring a rich combination of long color repeats with an easy, repetitive stitch pattern, this large cozy wrap is perfect for the season.

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Royal Blooms Shawl

Treat yourself to a touch of royal splendor with this elegant shawl. Its shell and V-stitches give it a more open, lacy feel that will suit those warmer fall afternoons — and you won’t be able to resist wearing it everywhere.

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Eternal Poppy Poncho

The flair and drama of this oversized poncho will make a major fashion statement this season. The sewn-on poppies at the bottom add a hint of whimsy and a reminder of nature’s rejuvenating cycles.

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Cobbled Path Wrap

Repeated oval motifs emulate the picturesque look of cobbled stones in this wrap. Its style is so versatile: you could wear it with jeans and a long-sleeved tee or add it to a cute sweater dress for your next family get together.

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Denver Sunset Shawl

Go strolling to appreciate nature’s beautiful change, and wrap up in this eye-catching, warm shawl while you go. It’s worked from the bottom up in a repeating shell stitch that will fly off your hook.

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Moonlit Shells Shawl

This pretty summer shawl is crocheted with a simple repeat of double crochet stitches and chains and a large hook to create great drape. Crocheted from the bottom tip to the top, a lovely beaded edging is added around all three sides.

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