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15+ Easy Knitted Shawl Free Patterns

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Thank goodness for shawls. They are practical accessories and can be worn as a lightweight layer in summer as well as a scarf in winter. Moreover, they don`t require any fitting and will pair with any outfit. Easy Knitted Shawls don`t demand much attention in the making process but they result in simple yet elegant and stylish items. They are also easily adjustable by adding more repeats. If you`re looking at making a gift for someone that likes attractive but practical things then such shawls will be a great choice. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!



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Feminine shawl free knitting patterns

1. Biennial Shawl

This long crescent shawl will wrap around your body many times. It will give you the right level of warmth, or a dramatic drape. Premier Yarns Garden yarn features an array of green shades. This colorway is timeless and extremely flattering, so grab your knitting needles and try it today!



Level: upper beginner Author: Premier Yarns Design Team

photos by Premier Yarns Design Team / ravelry.com

 

Find this pattern on premieryarns.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

2. Garden Path Shawl

Jojo Tricot designed a shawl using Purl Soho’s cotton yarn and it’s an absolute delight. Its simple construction allows you to adjust the size to your liking, so make it bandana-sized, or go for a full-fledged shawl. If you’re a beginner, purchase a kit, as it includes all materials needed to make this project.

Level: upper beginner Author: Jojô Tricot

photos by Jojô Tricot / ravelry.com

 

Find this pattern on purlsoho.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

3. Marling in Sequence

Yellow is our happy color this fall, without a doubt! It looks like this awesome designer, Britta Kremke, is on the same page. How about you? This pattern for a splendid knitted shawl and fine ombre yarn will surely let you create wonders!

Level: upper beginner Author: Britta Kremke

Knitted Shawl

Find this pattern on ravelry.com

4. Crazy Shawl

Warm colors are all we need in our stash this time of the year! Are you already equipped? Well, the next step would be to grab your needles and start working on this wonderful knitted shawl designed by Tracy Pipinich. Simple as that!

Level: upper beginner Author: Tracy Pipinich (St. John)

Knitted Shawl

Find this pattern on ravelry.com

5. Ordinary Love Shawl 

Oh, there is nothing ordinary about this shawl! It is classic, evidently, but absolutely not boring. We love this pattern by yuri kader not only for the fringes but also for its softness and lovely texture. Will you stick with this creamy shade?

Level: upper beginner Author: yuri kader

Knitted Shawl

Find this pattern on ravelry.com

6. Rust Shawl

Modern minimalist vibes and trendy color. What a cosmic combination of qualities! We are obviously crazy about it! If you choose the right kind of yarn, you can make yourself a perfect lightweight accessory for summer evenings. EweKnit Toronto will show you how!

Level: upper beginner Author: EweKnit Toronto

Knitted Shawl

Find this pattern on eweknit.com, or read more on ravelry.com

7. The Age of Brass and Steam Kerchief

The combination of stockinette stitch and eyelets creates a simple yet eye-catching shawl. The mix of colors in this version gives the shawl a certain elegance,  but it will look as well in a single shade. Orange Flower Yarn made sure of it!

Level: beginner Author: Orange Flower Yarn

Knitted Shawl

The original pattern is on ravelry.com. More info on this version and the photos on ravelry.com

8. Triangle Shawl No. 2 

This triangle shawl will surely be among the simplest projects of yours, so get creative with the color palette. The classic and elegant look will let you wear the shawl with any outfit you dream of. Easy patterns for knitted shawls rock!

Level: beginner Author: Justine Malone & Cleo Malone

Knitted Shawl

The original pattern is on yarnshop.com. More info on this version and the photos on ravelry.com

9. Douro

Such a charming color, right? If you are a fan of feminine shawls with subtle openwork, you are surely going to fall head over heels in love with this knitting pattern by brilliant Filipa Carneiro. Make one in time for the first days of spring!

Level: upper beginner Author: Filipa Carneiro

Knitted Shawl

Find this pattern on rosarios4.com, or read more on ravelry.com

10. Gravitation Shawl

Stripes and contrasting colors are always a good idea! Do this solid, awesome shawl designed by Nick Davis suit your personal style? It will go well with so many different outfits! What do you think about this sunny yellow? We would!

Level: upper beginner Author: Nick Davis

Knitted Shawl

Find this pattern on ravelry.com

11. Log Cabin Shawl

So simple and cool! If you like minimalism in fashion, you are certainly going to adore this free knitting pattern by Yarnspirations. What do you think about the colors. Such a refreshing combination, right? So chic!

Level: upper beginner Author: Yarnspirations Design Studio

Knit Cabin Shawl

Find this pattern on yarnspirations.com, or read more on ravelry.com

12. Ulla Tuch

The simplicity of these knitted shawls is so charming! We are obsessed with the unique colors Sintra Wolff went for too. Don’t you feel super inspired? We do! Grab the needles and get to work on your new go-to accessory!

Level: upper beginner Author: Sintra Wolff

Knit Shawl

Find this pattern on ravelry.com

13. Joylin Shawl

Isn’t this edging special? We love how simple stripes come to life in the vibrant colors Emily Johannes went for. Deep blue and rich berry? Such a beautiful mix! It completes the minimalist grey shawl like a dream, don’t you think?

Level: upper beginner Author: Emily Johannes

Knitted Shawl

Find this pattern on ravelry.com

14. Campsite

Does your wardrobe calls for more accessories? Let’s face the facts – one can always use one more handmade shawl. And knit one too! This wonder designed by Alicia Plummer will look beautiful in every color. What will your inspiration be?

Level: upper beginner Author: Alicia Plummer

Knitted Shawl

The original pattern is on pompommag.com. More info on this version and the photos on ravelry.com

15. Just Getting Started Triangle Scarf

Sometimes all you need to elevate your outfit is the right accessory, and it doesn’t have to be expensive. Jess’ pattern will lead you through the process of making a basic triangle scarf with knitting needles. If you’re just starting out, this is a place to go – you will learn and create something new at the same time.

Level: beginner Author: Jess Coppom

a woman in a fedora and brick red triangle scarf

photo by Jess Coppom / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on knittedlandscape.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

16. Mike

This beautiful knitting pattern by Nick Davis guides you through creating a stylish and easy top-down triangle shawl with eyelets. Departing from the traditional garter-stitch tab, this design starts with a plain cast-on, adding a touch of modern simplicity to your knitting. The shawl is reversible, which makes it a versatile and stylish addition to your closet for a variety of occasions. Simple and attractive, would you agree?

Level: upper beginner Author: Nick Davis

Two easy green knitted shawls.

photo by Nick Davis / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on ravelry.com.

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