Today’s collection is all about free patterns for Light and Airy Crochet Shawls. Why? Because these designs are evidently great for spring and for the transition between seasons. We are aware that we still have many winter days ahead of us but we want to be ready when the first spring days come. There is always a good time for crocheting shawls, right? These triangular crochet gems will be an awesome addition to a woman’s closet. They are very versatile and you can wear them during the day and for the night out! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Meandering Paw Prints Mega Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
This shawl is an example of simplicity and girly charm working together. The straight, slightly oversized cut is perfectly minimalist but the pink shade and the adorable paw print motif completely change the character of this design.
Level: upper beginner Author: Amy B Stitched
Candy Shop Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
This colorful beauty is great for beginners so we suggest you choose it for your first crochet shawl. You will surely have fun playing with colors and mastering the stitching. Will you stick with bold, contrasting shades or go for pastels this time?
Level: beginner Author: Yay For Yarn Patterns
In The Garden Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
A bit retro, a bit boho, a bit romantic… this light crochet shawl certainly has it all! The openwork shows real crochet artistry and the beautifully decorated edging will make you stand out of the most fashionable crowd.
Level: upper beginner Author: Cheryl Chow/Margaret Richards
Amore Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
Are you in the mood for a delicate and girly shawl that will complete your look? This one will certainly be a nice finishing touch that will spice up many outfits. You can wear this shawl with a dress or simple jeans and t-shirt set.
Level: beginner Author: Rachel Counts
Skylines Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
Brilliant Corin Purifoy designed this chic shawl for all the chic city girls out there! If you are looking for something comfortable and minimalist, this pattern will make your heart beat faster. Don’t wait any longer and start choosing colors!
Level: beginner Author: Corin Purifoy
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here.