Light Spring Shawls Free Crochet Patterns

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Lace, light color combinations, fringes. Today’s collection of free patterns for crochet Light Spring Shawls evidently has it all! When the weather gets better, we all start daydreaming about lovely summer evenings outside, right? In these delightful circumstances, you still need to remember about protecting yourself from the cold breeze. Today’s recommendations are certainly suitable for different occasions. Some have amazing boho vibes to them, other feature big openwork and very decorative style. Some are more dense, great for the evenings. If subtle ombre is your thing, we have a project for you as well! Explore these awesome authors’ ideas and get inspired! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

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If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Delicate Crochet Shawls and Lightweight Ponchos.

Spring Pleasures Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

Wow, this one certainly is a pleasure to look at! We don’t even know where to start describing its lovely qualities. These colors are the pure definition of spring, obviously. So is this lightweight, airy texture! And the edging? Irresistible!

Level: upper beginner Author: Cheryl Chow

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The full article about the pattern is here. More info and the photos here and here. The pattern is free until April 26th at which time it will become a “pay what you can”!

Sorcha Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

Violet is such a magical color, don’t you think? A bit mysterious, evidently elegant, very feminine. We believe this is why the author of this shawl has chosen this mix of shades. You can follow her example or go for something completely different. Neutral greys and beige would look so chic here too!

Level: upper beginner Author: Buttonnose Crochet

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The full article about the pattern is here. Info about this version and the photos here.

Midnight Walk Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

This dreamy shawl is so popular for a reason! So many people have already fallen under the spell of this amazing openwork. Don’t you feel like it is time for you to join this fabulous crowd? This author used neutral, sense-soothing colors. What is your plan?

Level: upper beginner Author: Helena Molinsky

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The full article about the pattern is here. More info here. Info about this version and the photos here.

Tea Flower Free Crochet Pattern

Have you ever seen a flowering tea? It is almost as amazing as this crochet shawl! The mix of colors used by the author of this particular version is so hot. Fiery red coupled with sunny yellow. What a timeless combination inspired by mother nature herself!

Level: intermediate Author: Johanna Lindahl

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The full article about the pattern is here. More info here. Info about this version and the photos here.

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