Stylish Knit Shrugs

Stylish Shrugs – Free Knitting Patterns

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Hello, lovely knitters! We’ve prepared a unique selection of free knitting patterns for shrugs for you today! If you have never had a shrug in your wardrobe before, you will be surprised at how practical and comfortable it is. Especially in spring, when days are sunny and warm but the evenings still get chilly. The patterns written by real experts will help you protect your arms from the cold in style! Take a look at these Stylish Shrugs and get creative with them. 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 Bling Baby Cardis and Simple Baby Pullovers.

free knitting shrug patterns

Amora

Filipa Carneiro’s knitting pattern is a perfect choice for confident beginners looking to create a beautiful shrug or bolero. Crafted with worsted-weight yarn, it offers both elegance and simplicity. Follow the clear instructions provided by the author to tackle this project with ease and produce a stylish garment that will complement your wardrobe.



Level: upper beginner Author: Filipa Carneiro

Two pictures of a woman wearing a purple shawl.

photos by Filipa Carneiro / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on ravelry.com.

Tweedy Shrug

What looks like a blanket at first sight, will in fact become a cherished part of your summer wardrobe. This shrug has an oversized fit, fun stripes, and very simple construction. The knitter behind the name Kaligurumi used the pattern by Beata Jezek and made it their own. Self-striping yarn was a fabulous choice – see it in the photos below!

Level: upper beginner Author: Beata Jezek, this version by Kaligurumi

multicolored striped knitted shrug

photo by Kaligurumi / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on shop.hedgehogfibres.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

Weaved Flowers Shrug

If you’re looking for a truly versatile design, this may be it. Knitted shrug by Wiam’s Crafts uses weave stitch to achieve fabulous texture. The construction of this piece couldn’t be more straightforward – it’s a simple rectangle. It’s really good news because you can turn it into a blanket easily whenever you want.

Level: upper beginner Author: Wiam’s Crafts

teal woven crochet shrug

photo by Wiam’s Crafts / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on wiamscrafts.blogspot.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

Zing

This design by brilliant Martin Storey is so elegant and fashionable! Have you noticed that blue is one of the hottest colors of the season? We are all falling in love with it all over again, without a doubt! Will you choose blue for your version of this bolero?

Level: upper beginner Author: Martin Storey

Knit Bolero

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

Swallow Shrug 

This pattern is a combination of a cropped cardigan and a classic triangular shawl. It simply had to be a booming success, right? We love the relaxed fit as well as the sweet, feminine color. Perfect piece of homewear, isn’t it? Shrugs with free knitting patterns are so rare!

Level: upper beginner Author: Knitting with Chopsticks

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

Cloud Cardi 

What a heavenly color! If you are one of those knitters who like to keep their heads in the clouds, this design will certainly suit your taste. It somehow seems both adorably retro and so modern all at the same time. This designer must have superpowers!

Level: upper beginner Author: Marta Porcel

Cloud Knit Cardi

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

DRAMA LLAMA Shrug

This sleeved shrug is a real showstopper! We admire the talent, creativity, and fabulous fashion taste of its designer Laura Groff so much! Will you knit your own version this autumn? It is strongly recommended!

Level: upper beginner Author: Laura Groff

Knitted Shrug

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

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4 Comments

  1. I tried to download Zing, but it made me download a program and then would not letme clickon pattern. the screen would not go low enough for the continue button. I would really like the Zing pattern.

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