Delicate Crochet Shawls – Free Patterns

It is always time for free crochet patterns for shawls! While the evenings are getting cooler we are still in full summer mode. To hold on to that lovely feeling of warm I recommend Delicate Crochet Shawls because they have that sunny vibe. Lacy and airy designs are definitely perfect for everyday wear. They also make a feminine accessory for the evenings out. In addition to beautiful openwork, these shawls are certainly great for beginners. You can play with color combinations and small details. For example, adding bobble stitches will give an extra texture. Moreover, such stylish accessories will make a trendy addition to your wardrobe as well as be a thoughtful gift for your loved ones. 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 Great Crochet Wraps and Lightweight Ponchos.

Copper Beech Free Crochet Pattern

Have you ever tried a crochet pattern by Carmen Heffernan? Not yet? This asymmetric shawl is quick and easy to make! It takes only one skein of yarn, therefore you can use your favorite color for a stylish addition to any outfit.

Level: beginner Author: Carmen Heffernan

The original pattern and the photos are on anniedesigncrochet.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Slice of Summer Free Crochet Pattern

Isn’t this crochet pattern by DROPS design absolutely delightful? Lacy shawls always look delicate and stylish in light colors. Here is a combination of white and yellow with bobble stitches to add this special texture we all like.

Level: upper beginner Author: DROPS design

The original pattern and the photos are on garnstudio.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Wichita Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

Who is in the mood to learn new stitches? Well, you can now do it thanks to this genius pattern by Emily Marie Davies! You will end up with wonderful new skills and a fashionable accessory. Will you stick to this warm shade?

Level: upper beginner Author: Emily Marie Davies

The original pattern and the photos are on hookedhazel.com. More info on ravelry.com.

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