Light Summer Shawls – Free Crochet Patterns

There is nothing more enjoyable than easy projects in delicious colors. Light Summer Crochet Shawls are just that, and you will surely have fun while making them. They are lacy and so airy! Crochet summer shawls will be perfect accessories, without a doubt. How will you wear them? Let’s see! Pair them with delicate dresses, use them as cover-ups on the beach or wrap them around the shoulders in the evening. Choose bright colors such as citrus or raspberry. Mix and match them to create a contrast or use only one shade. In addition, attach tassels to these shawls to add a playful touch and most of all enjoy your new accessory. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!



If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Puppy Loveys and Summer Ponchos.

Fruit Salad Free Crochet Pattern

Are you wondering what color palette to use for your next project? Contrasting colors look definitely cheerful and light! This crochet summer shawl designed by Carmen Heffernan is a pretty easy project, just right for hot months.

Level: upper beginner Author: Carmen Heffernan

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

Little Fictions Free Crochet Pattern

Are you busy and out of yarn? Make this lacy shawl from only one skein! This is an enjoyable project that will look beautiful with casual and formal wear. Carmen Heffernan always inspires us with the most fashionable patterns.

Level: beginner Author: Carmen Heffernan

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

Summer Breeze Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

Can you feel the summer breeze? We have dreamt about it for so long! Nadia Fuad clearly celebrates summer with this wonderful pattern for a crochet shawl. Aren’t the colors absolutely delicious? Candy pink makes every project pop!

Level: beginner Author: Nadia Fuad

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

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