Hello there, fashion followers! Are you in the mood for free crochet patterns for Awesome Hooded Wraps? Oh girl, obviously! We are talking about soft yarns, large hoods, practical pockets, and timeless style today. Sounds amazing, doesn’t it? If you want to make something that will spice up your wardrobe and make you feel super comfy, you have come to the right place, undoubtedly. Use thick yarn if you are getting ready for autumn or something lightweight if you want something to wear right now. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Friendship Pocket Wrap Free Crochet Pattern
We would certainly crochet a couple of these awesome wraps to celebrate the friendship with people dear to our hearts. There is no better idea for a handmade gift than a precious design made with love, right? Obviously!
Level: upper beginner Author: Merri Purdy
The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here.
Vigonovo Hooded Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
Oh, this hooded scarf is the definition of cuteness! We love this neutral light shade of gray because it will go well with so many outfits. The pastel pink complements it like a dream, right? All the romantic souls will dig this design, without a doubt!
Level: upper beginner Author: Rebekah Haas
Fireside Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
Minimalist and chic, this white crochet shawl is so cool! It has a big hood and two pockets, so it will make you feel comfortable and cozy at all times. It is a great option not only for autumn and winter! Use the right kind of yarn and you will end up with a lightweight accessory for chilly summer evenings.
Level: beginner Author: Melissa Hassler
Harmony Hooded Pocket Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
Let’s agree on one thing here. Rainbow is always a good idea in the world of crochet patterns for shawls, right? For sure! There is much more to love this pattern by Carroway Crochet for though. Aren’t the pockets so cool?
Level: beginner Author: Carroway Crochet
The original pattern and the photos are available on Carroway Crochet here.