Colorful Striped Shawls – Free Crochet Patterns

Hello there, trendy people! Did you think that the beginning of July wasn’t a good time for crochet patterns for shawls? Well, we thought so too, but then we started browsing! It turns out that some designers have been creative enough to come up with shawls that celebrate spring and summer! Even in this time of the year, some days still get chilly, right? Don’t worry though, you will surely keep yourself warm in style. The brilliant authors we are featuring in this selection of Colorful Striped Shawls have got you covered! We dig these modern patterns and energizing colors so much. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of On the Spot Blankets and Modern Tunisian Blankets.

Blank Space Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

Oh, girls, this gradient is out of this world! The fresh combination of blue, pink, and green you see below is the definition of summer, right? Obviously! You can repeat it in your project or go for neutrals instead to achieve a modern, minimalist effect. The pattern by genius Emily Marie Davies will always lead you to success!

Level: intermediate Author: Emily Marie Davies

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Life in Colour Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

Dedri Uys is a queen of color, we all know that! With this beautiful shawl, she surprised us once again. If you use color-change yarn, this project will be quick and easy as pie for crocheters with some experience. We are so impressed with this edging idea!

Level: upper beginner Author: Dedri Uys

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Simple Tunisian Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

Tunisian crochet is such a genius technique! Have you ever tried it? Even if you haven’t, you should have no problems mastering this crochet pattern by Little Things Blogged. We will follow the work of this awesome author closely from now on!

Level: upper beginner Author: Little Things Blogged

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