Crochet Shawls for Beginners – Free Patterns

Crochet Shawls for Beginners are here! Want to make your first true crochet piece? Why not try a triangle shawl? It’s easy to make, versatile, and looks great even in the most basic form. There is a lot of patterns for crochet shawls for beginners available online for free, so you shouldn’t have problems with finding something for yourself.

When following a very simple design, you have a couple of options to spice it up. Of course, you can go for one solid color. If you need something special, you can choose multicolored or ombre yarn, which will give a beautiful color flow. You can also try using scraps of yarn in different colors, but you need to weave the ends in so that they are not visible. Last but not least, try adding some applique to it. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Beautiful Airy Shawls and Great Family Crochet Slippers.

Beginner One Skein Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

Minty green is so great for warm days! If you need a really simple pattern for a triangle shawl, this one is surely worth considering. Designed by a real expert, this is one of these patterns you can’t go wrong with. Find it out for yourself!

Level: beginner Author: Tanya Eberhardt

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Ruffle Squared Shawl Crochet Pattern

Oh, the colors of the sunset! Aren’t they so pretty? Without a doubt! If you need a shawl that has an original shape and loads of girly charm, you certainly can’t miss this pattern. The trendy ombre effect only brings out its beauty!

Level: beginner Author: Cindy Toner

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Nobody’s Perfect Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

This colorful shawl is so simple to make and still very eye-catching! Doesn’t it look like a butterfly wing to you? Colorful yarn or leftover scraps will be perfect for this project. It is unquestionably beginner-friendly as well!

Level: beginner Author: Potter & Bloom

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My First Triangle Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

This shawl is evidently perfect for beginners. It’s easy, repetitive and it will make you feel like you’ve learned the basics immediately. If you need something for a relaxing crochet session in front of the TV, this is certainly it.

Level: beginner Author: Lindsey Dale

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Dove Wings Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

A lovely name for a lovely shawl! This crochet pattern by designer Andrea Cretu is so special. If you are looking for ideas for accessories for the coming season, you should certainly put this one on your list. What color will you pick?

Level: upper beginner Author: Andrea Cretu

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DC All Day Triangle Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

Pure charm, this is all we need for the first week of spring! An accessory like this handmade shawl designed by Tonya Bush will make any wardrobe bloom, without a doubt. Well then, who is in the mood for a one-cake scarf pattern?

Level: beginner Author: Tonya Bush

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Indigo Blush Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

Lovely colors and simple stitching! Jennifer Dickerson from Fiber Flux surprised us with another relaxing crochet project for fashion fans who love to accessorize. Depending on the yarn you use, you can make a shawl for any season with this pattern!

Level: upper beginner Author: Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson

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Super Simple Spike Stitch Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

What a beautiful pastel rainbow! If you have never tried a crochet pattern by Atty van Norel, this is a perfect opportunity. This shawl is a great option for late summer and fall. Mix and match the colors to suit your taste!

Level: upper beginner Author: Atty van Norel

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