Pretty Wraps – Free Crochet Patterns

Spring weather gets a bit tricky sometimes, especially at the beginning of the season. Crochet wraps are a very practical solution to this issue! The designers we follow have inspired us to create this selection of two patterns for Pretty Wraps. Cool-toned, soft, and warm, they will complete your wardrobe like a dream. All you need is some experience and motivation. We bet you will have so much fun with these projects. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!




If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Spring Flowers Shawls and Shades of Blue Shawls.

Ajcita Free Crochet Pattern

This crochet shawl has such an original form! The author has created a design vibrating with elegance and fresh charm. We love this beautiful edging as well as the combination of two dreamy shades of blue. What colors will you choose?

Level: upper beginner Author: Mugdha Manasa

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

The Adirondack Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

The Adirondack Wrap looks stunning but is actually pretty easy to make! It’s long and flowing, therefore you can wear it as a wrap or a scarf. It’s surely a great way to keep you warm without wearing lots of layers. This versatile accessory will be your favorite this spring. Grab your crochet hook and start today!

Level: upper beginner AuthorChiWei Ranck

The original pattern is on 1 dog woof. More info on Ravelry. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

Squid Dance Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

What a beautiful wrap designed by KT and the Squid! Just looking at it makes us want to dance, that’s for sure. If you like learning new stitches, you should certainly follow the patterns by this talented designer. Get some yarn and go!

Level: upper beginner AuthorKT and the Squid

The original pattern and the photos are on KT and the Squid.

One thought on “Pretty Wraps – Free Crochet Patterns

  1. lovely and i have made many shawls or wraps as of now if i had seen these before i would have made them.

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