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Free Lace Wrap Knitting Patterns

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Autumn is an ideal time for reorganizing and brightening the wardrobe. Knitting light and elegant accessories for yourself and others is the perfect way of doing it. Therefore we recommend Stunning Lace Wraps for your next project as they’re amazing to pair with any outfit. Whether you need a shawl for long walks or a wrap to go with your evening outfits, you will love these beautiful and versatile items. Lacy designs are eye-catching and so are their textures. These wraps are mostly suitable for seasoned knitters but if you`re a beginner you will be able to hone your skills while following the step-by-step instructions. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections for knitters: Knitted Crop Tops Ideas and Sheer Knitted Shawls.

lacy knitted wrap free patterns

Grape Mesh Lace Wrap

Is there a project easier than mesh lace? I don’t think so, because it uses the easiest knitting techniques and works up extremely fast. It’s a truly beginner-friendly project. This mesh wrap is lightweight, packable and very chic, so grab knitting needles, yarn, and start today.

Level: beginner Author: Shannon Dunbabin

violet mesh knit shawl on a blonde model

photo by Shannon Dunbabin / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on cascadeyarns.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

Forest Hills Wrap

There are two main elements that make this wrap so unique: openwork and leafy motif. Erica designed it in such a way that the long strands of loose yarn make it look much less “knitted”. Although it looks intimidating at first, the pattern is easy to follow.

Level: upper beginner Author: Erica Jackofsky (Fiddle Knits & 1 More Row)

a woman on the beach with lacy knitted shawl on the shoulders

photo by Erica Jackofsky (Fiddle Knits & 1 More Row) / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on 1morerow.com, or read more on ravelry.com.


This lacy shawl pattern by Mariuccia will introduce you to the world of delicate openwork and cables. Colors like red and yellow won’t look autumnal during the summer, but they will bring warmth during colder months. This wrap is easy to knit and works up fast, so grab your needles and start working on it today.

Level: upper beginner Author: Mariuccia Caccia

photos by Mariuccia Caccia / ravelry.com
Find this pattern on ravelry.com

Troposphere Wrap

Laurie’s wrap pattern caught my eye because it uses a very interesting knitting stitch. The rows of bean-shaped elements and delicate openwork are interesting and versatile. What’s more, you can use this stitch in your other projects – a blanket like this would be lovely.

Level: upper beginner Author: Laurie Beardsley

photos by Laurie Beardsley / ravelry.com
Find this pattern on cascadeyarns.com, or read more on ravelry.com


We can’t take our eyes off this wonder designed by Berroco! Just look at it. Isn’t it the ideal lacy knitted wrap? Obviously! Powder pink shade, delicacy, softness. This pattern is the definition of feminine charm! Don’t you think?

Level: intermediate Author: Berroco

Lacy Knitted Shawl

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

Duchess KAL 2019 

What a spectacular pattern! We are absolutely jealous of the talent Mari-Liis Hirv has! Aren’t you? Yes! Don’t even try to deny it. If you are planning to make a precious gift for someone you love, a lacy knitted wrap like this one will surely be perfect.

Level: intermediate Author: Mari-Liis Hirv

Knitted Shawl

The original pattern is available on Pattern Duchess. More info on Ravelry. Info on this version and the photos are on Ravelry.


This is a classic knitting pattern for a wrap, evidently, but it has a little twist to it. The lacy border looks so charming, doesn’t it? Surely! Lightweight and beautiful, this accessory will complete your outfits for many occasions. Emilia Menéndez rocks!

Level: upper beginner Author: Emilia Menéndez

Knitted Shawl

The original pattern is on Devanalana. More info on Ravelry. Info on this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

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