24 Crochet Shawl and Wrap Patterns

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I have a big pattern round up for you today! Shawl and wrap patterns can provide some comforting warmth and cozy feelings when worn, especially on cold and chilly days. With such beautiful designs and yarn options, there’s a shawl for any occasion! Whether it’s around the campfire, on your sofa with your yarn and Netflix or in your office, these crochet shawl ideas will leave you feeling inspired and ready to create!

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24 Crochet Shawl and Wrap Patterns (Paid and Free)

Spring Breeze Shawlette (FREE)The Loopy Lamb

This beginner level pattern uses a 4mm hook and worsted weight yarn. Crochet the basic stitches to create this beautiful and lightweight shawlette. Perfect for those warmer days when you still want to add a handmade touch to your wardrobe!

Disha Shawl (FREE)KnitterKnotter

This gorgeous shawl is made using the moss stitch and is available in two sizes. The pattern is written in two forms, written and chart so you can crochet this project using the pattern that you’re most comfortable with.

Flowers For Simone Shawl (PAID) – Made By Gootie

This crochet shawl is a lacy, floral design that uses fingering weight yarn and is worked in rows. You can adjust the size to your preference by repeating the main pattern.

Two Skein Granny Rows Wrap (PAID)Sweet Bee Crochet

Using 2 yarn cakes of Lion Brand Mandala and your favourite 5mm crochet hook, this pattern works up beautifully with a simple and relaxing row repeat.

Hearts of the Rows Shawl (PAID) – K.A.M.E Crochet

K.A.M.E Crochet has designed a fun and textured shawl using Scheepjes Whirl and a 3.5mm hook. With a mix of post stitches and puff stitches, this shawl is sure to be eye catching!

Esther Shawl (PAID) – Regina P Designs

This elegant wrap is crocheted as one piece and worked from the bottom up. Instructions are also included if you would like to increase the width. A beautiful shawl to keep you warm and cozy.

Montagna Filet Crochet Shawl (FREE) – ChristaCoDesign

ChristaCoDesign has designed a simple rectangle shawl using filet crochet. Paired with a 4.5mm and Cascade Yarns Pacific, this projects would be perfect for beginners looking to try the filet method.

The Graceful Wrap – (FREE) (Carroway Crochet)

This lovely wrap pattern is made using Caron Cotton Cakes which is an acrylic/cotton blend. You’ll crochet the sedge stitch to make this lightweight and beautiful wrap.

Lollidots Shawl – (PAID) Edie Eckman

The Lollidots Shawl is a fun and vibrant shawl that looks like such a joyful make! The instructions are written out but also include a chart and helpful video tutorial.

Lace Fan Shawl (FREE) – Raffamusa Designs

The Lace Fan Shawl uses a variety of stitches and fingering weight yarn. This pattern is full of tips, photos and tutorials (including videos) to help guide you along.

Autumn Sky Wrap (PAID) – Blackstone Designs

The Autumn Sky Wrap features a beautiful lace style ripple and a light fringe. This pattern can be worked in any yarn weight which makes it a great option for your favourite yarn!

Half Moon Goddess Crochet Shawlette (PAID) – Betty McKnit

A beautiful crescent shaped design that looks beautiful in gradient yarn, The Half Moon Goddess Shawlette is a whimsical piece that is sure to inspire your creativity.

Warm Hugs Pocket Shawl (PAID) – Donelda Higgins

A warm and cozy pocket shawl is just the thing for curling up with your favourite book or movie. This project is full of texture and can be made with worsted weight yarn.

Caramel Fudge Ripple Wrap (FREE) – Crafting Each Day

This pattern is described as a simple and easy design that looks great in self striping or solid colour yarn. You’ll be working with the silt stitch to crochet this wrap.

Vintage Tulip Shawl (FREE) – Wilmade

This vintage inspired shawl uses the beautiful tulip stitch and is worked from the bottom up using a simple row repeat. A helpful video tutorial is also included.

Midnight In North Shawl (PAID) – Nensi Gogolak

This shawl contains a repeat that allows you to extend the size of your project to your preference. Inside the pattern you’ll find both a written instructions along with a graphic diagram.

The Madeleine Wrap (FREE) – Selina Veronique Crochet

This gorgeous Edwardian inspired wrap is crocheted with DK weight yarn and a 4mm hook. There’s a beautiful inspiration behind the name which you can read about within the pattern.

Painswick Shawl (FREE) – Blue Star Crochet

Gradient yarn is the perfect choice when crocheting this shawl. Working with a series of double crochet and V-stitches, the lacy effect of this shawl shines through beautifully!

Sonoran Sunset Wrap (FREE) – Banana Moon Studio

The fan stitch and V-stitch are the focus of this gorgeous wrap designed by Banana Moon Studio. When finished, the wrap measures approximately 16″ x 72″ in size.

Muse Shawl (FREE) – You Should Craft

This asymmetrical shawl is written with beginners in mind because it uses the basic stitches and is written in a clear and simple format. Use two colours to create this lovely piece!

The Eva Shawl (FREE) – Desert Blossom Crafts

The Eva Shawl is a rectangular project is a stylish and cozy project that is made with bulky weight yarn. This beginner friendly design uses the basic stitches which makes it a wonderful option for those wanting to try their first shawl pattern

X-Capade Shawl (PAID) – Creations By Courtney

This intermediate level pattern uses both fingering weight yarn and DK weight yarn to create this project. This unique and pretty design would love pretty in your favourite shades.

Stani Crochet Shawl (FREE) – Rebecca Velasquez

If you’re looking for the perfect cozy project for those extra cold days, this shawl uses bulky weight yarn for some added comfort. Add some tassels to the ends for an extra pop of fun!

Crochet Shawl/Wrap (FREE) – My Crochet Space

You can easily customize the side of this project by crocheting more or less rows. The puff stitch creates a lovely texture that is pretty and eye catching.

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