Modern Granny Shawls – Free Crochet Patterns

The classic granny pattern uses double crochet stitches worked in clusters. It`s probably one of the first stitches you learn while starting to crochet. If you have a basic knowledge you can then advance to make blankets, shawls and other items. You may think of classic designs as a bit boring but I want to prove you otherwise. Take a look at these Modern Granny Shawls – aren`t they beautiful and stylish? Those designs are trendy and possibilities are endless. You can either go for brights stripy colorwork or a black and white combination. They will definitely look attractive and be a perfect addition to your wardrobe. Be creative and finish your shawl with ruffles or tassels. They will add an extra dimension and playful look. 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 Beautiful Airy Shawls and Crochet Shawls for Beginners.

Happy Go Lucky Shawlette Free Crochet Pattern

This lovely crochet shawl is fun and very easy to make. Colorful rows make it cheerful and light, don’t you think? What is more, the ruffle edging adds to its texture. Jennifer Dickerson from Fiber Flux is such a great designer!

Level: beginner Author: Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson

The original pattern and the photos are on Fiber Flux. More info on Ravelry.

The Newsprint Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

This classic crochet granny shawl pattern gets a modern twist thanks to irregular stripes in white and charcoal. Decorate it with large tassels for a bit of playful touch. Jess Coppom will show you what to do!

Level: beginner Author: Jess Coppom

The original pattern and the photos are on Make and Do Crew. More info on Ravelry.

Nectar Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

Delicious combination of lively colors! If you are tired of the black and white winter landscape, this crochet pattern just released by the awesome Premier Yarns Design Team will certainly be a treat for you. There is always a good time for granny stitches, right?

Level: beginner Author: Premier Yarns Design Team

The original pattern and the photos are on Premier Yarns. More info on Ravelry.

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