Use any weight yarn and any size crochet hook. Repeat the one-row pattern repeat until you are happy with the size of your shawl. The edging is optional and also very easy.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 open front poncho is easy to wear with its simply placed arm slits and simple texture. Worked all in one piece for a more laid-back approach to crocheting, you’ll love wearing this piece on your next autumn walk around the block.View Project
Simple crochet mesh creates this flowing and easy-to-wear poncho. Rounds are worked turned and the last half of the body has slits along the front sides to make it easy to belt or tuck into a skirt or trousers. The swingy loose fit makes this a garment you will delight in wearing as the season changes.View Project
This shawl’s eclectic palette of earthy tones, bright blue and magenta inspires dreams of travel. Perfect for layering, it’s a versatile accessory that will take you from late summer to early fall.View Project
Sandstone is the shawl that utilizes yarn that varies in thickness to achieve a textured and lacy look. Tassels added to the center of the shawl add visual interest alongside the open diamond motifs.View Project
The Hayden Fringe Wrap is a lightweight project that’s ideal for that late summer-to-fall transition. Hayden means “heather-grown hill” and with its soft texture on one edge and big bold X texture on the other, it is sure to turn some heads.View Project
Breezy and easy, this wrap is a vacation must-have. This cocoon is based on a modern version of the granny square. Instead of using the classic granny stitch, the square is made using the Iris stitch, which gives a more interesting texture to the fabric.View Project
This wonderful wrap is worked in a beautiful filet lace pattern as light as the mist off the waves. The beauty of the pattern is that the top and bottom edges of the wrap are worked in triangular motifs that create a delicate gorgeous shape. Floaty and ethereal, pair this wrap with a lightweight dress for an effortlessly beachy ensemble.View Project
Golden hour hues and just enough sparkle to glimmer like the waves at sunset, this wrap won’t go unnoticed. Versatile with buttons to secure this piece at your shoulders, this wrap is bound to be a summer favorite.View Project
This waterfall-front vest is made up of individual Granny Squares that are joined together using a Join As You Go method, leaving the openings for the arms. This method allows you to join all the motifs together in one continuous round, eliminating any need for seaming or weaving the ends. After joining, the border and the armhole opening are finished, and fringe applied to the front of the Vest.View Project