Free knitting patterns for shawls are here, people! The beginning of spring is a great time for new adventures. If you have always wanted to add knitting shawls to your skills, now is the time to start working on it! With some experience, motivation, and time, you will soon complete your wardrobe with Perfect Shawls for Spring and Summer.
Searching through knitting patterns, you will soon discover all the shapes and forms of handmade wraps, shawls, and scarves. Let’s get to know them one step at a time!
For today, we have chosen one asymmetrical shawlette and one very exciting triangular classic. The authors of these beautifully shaped designs are real experts in color play too! It is time to get familiar with their work, undoubtedly!
No matter if you use fingering weight yarn, lace yarn, or other yarn weights, these shawl patterns cover many options. What’s more, they are suitable for various skill levels.
Free Knitting shawl patterns
1. Spring Thing
Asymmetrical shawlettes are always so charming! We wanted to find one that will certainly make your heart beat faster though. We were looking for a pattern that uses fun, useful techniques.
Espace Tricot has designed a true gem with a pretty border and playful mini tassels. If you want to add fresh spirit to your outfits this season, a colorful knit shawl will do the job!
Level: upper beginner Author: Espace Tricot
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.
2. Tusti Shawlette
What a charming shawlette designed by Faith Schmidt! We are truly impressed by this smart and super chic color combination. If you are on the lookout for patterns for comfortable everyday accessories with a twist, this one is surely for you.
Level: upper beginner Author: Faith Schmidt
The original pattern and the photos are on Knotions.
3. Duet Shawl
Free shawl knitting patterns should look good and explain the steps nicely, and I’m sure Caitlyn’s is exactly like that. If you’ve never tried working with two yarns together, this is a great place to start, because it is basic knitting. This stripy two-toned shawl features a simple stitch pattern that you’ll use in many other designs.
Level: upper beginner Author: Caitlyn Turowski
photos by Caitlyn Turowski / ravelry.com
Find this pattern on ravelry.com.
The lace shawl is a truly versatile piece because it’s lightweight and elegant. You can wear it all year round and the knitting stitches are nicely visible. Renata combined fuchsia and tomato red in her project, and I must say that this combo looks very stylish! A triangle shawl doesn’t have to be big, so check out this pattern.
Level: upper beginner Author: Renata Witkowska
photos by Renata Witkowska / ravelry.com
Find this pattern on ravelry.com.
paid knitting shawl patterns
Shila – pattern no longer free!!
The author of this design ha decided to release the Shila pattern for free until the end of this month. In these challenging times, many designers are sharing their work to express solidarity and support the online community of knitters.
We admire all these initiatives! This project is a perfect example of a classic, triangular shawl. If you want to learn the garter stitch and practice your lacework, this pattern is a keeper!
Level: upper beginner Author: Dee O’Keefe
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry. This pattern is only free until 31.03.2020!