Hello there, yarn lovers! Guess what? We have found free crochet patterns for shawls that will let you celebrate summer!
What are the colors of the warm season? Green and blue are two shades that immediately come to mind, right? Obviously!
This selection of tutorials for Summer Celebration Shawls will make your crochet-loving heart beat faster, without a doubt! Use a lightweight type of yarn for this time of the year, you won’t regret it!
Summer Shawl Free Crochet Pattern Ideas
What a colour! The turquoise shade makes this crochet shawl by TLH Patterns really stand out.
To make this one, you will need light-worsted yarn perfect for summer garments. As you can see, the shawl has an airy openwork texture making it very wearable on warm summer mornings. This crochet pattern will really get you in the holiday mood!
Level: upper beginner Author: TLH Patterns
photo by TLH Patterns / ravelry.com
Evening Primrose Shawl
Put on the summer vibes with this stunning shawl crochet pattern! Kristi Garris used a wonderful blend of pinks and purples to make sure you can match it with your summer outfits. The shawl has a very light and breathable fabric worked with sport-weight yarn. It’s truly a perfect clothing accessory for cool summer evenings!
Level: upper beginner Author: Kristi Garris
photo by Kristi Garris / ravelry.com
This royal blue shade is evidently grateful! If you are on the hunt for a stylish accessory for special occasions, you have just come upon an ideal pattern. If you want to hone your openwork skills, you will be satisfied with it too! Free crochet patterns for shawls are what we need in summer, evidently!
Level: upper beginner Author: Clare M
This shawl will keep you warm on chilly evenings and bring some spring colors to your life! Lovely bright greens remind us of spring grass and fresh flowers which we can admire this time of the year. This beautiful triangle design features nice openwork worked in stripes and funny edging. So lovely, isn’t it?
Level: beginner Author: Julia Veloso
The full article about the pattern and the photos are here.