A crochet shawl is a versatile piece that may be worn in any season. In the summer, an openwork shawl may double as a swimming cover-up, while an enormous shawl can keep your neck warm even on the coldest winter days. There are several methods to crochet a shawl, including various shape possibilities such as triangular and rectangular shawls.
Juliette Shawl Free Pattern
This one-of-a-kind crochet shawl has a totally circular pattern, making it a poncho-inspired shawl that won’t fall off your shoulders even if you’re doing anything energetic. This magnificent item is distinguished by its lovely blue-green hue, which draws attention anytime it enters a space. The stitches are basic, yet they are combined in a way that draws your attention to the shawl’s pattern.
Designed by Jessie Rayot | Free pattern on jessieathome
Beautiful Grandma’s German Shells Shawl
This wonderful lacy shawl is made using the German shells or virus stitch and a block or granny stitch (groups of double crochets). It comes in a variety of colors and grows in a similar way as a granny square.
This shawl is 93 inches across the straight edge and 49 inches from center to tip when done. Simply continue with the repetitions to make the shawl larger. This pattern includes a gauge pattern for yarn and hook comparisons, although size values may vary depending on the person.
Design and photo by Jonna Martinez | Pattern on Ravelry
My Story Shawl Free Pattern
This beginner-friendly crochet shawl pattern was created with you in mind. Not only does it employ fundamental crochet stitches, but the instructions are also quite detailed to assist you as you work. That so, it’s far from a basic, uninteresting pattern; it has a distinctive picot edge that you develop as you go. More importantly, you are urged to use color to communicate your story in the end piece.
Design by Dedri Uys | Free pattern on Ravelry