It’s just a few days away from the official start of spring and some of the days are beginning to feel warmer. The birds are singing and most of the snow has finally melted.
Even though days will begin to warm and we’ll shed our heavy winter coats, we’ll still need something to wrap up in when temps are cool and breezes blow.
To help you find something for your spring wardrobe, I’ve gathered almost 30 crochet shawl and wrap patterns from some amazing crochet designers. This is Part I…Enjoy!
The Spring Blossom Shawl is made with Lion Brand’s “Mandala Tweed Stripes”. Worked in rows, this shawl is a rectangle, worked lengthwise with alternating rows of single crochet stitches with cluster shell stitches. The cluster stitches look like spring blossoms!
The Gathering Driftwood crochet shawl pattern is the perfect transition scarf. It’s an easy beginner triangle scarf. All you need to know to make this crochet scarf are the single crochet, double crochet, and chain stitches. You can wear the Gathering Driftwood shawl on your shoulders over a cute dress for date night or around your neck as a triangular scarf over, let’s be honest, any outfit.
The In Bloom Shawl, a crochet triangle shawl, is the perfect wrap for spring. It boasts gorgeous texture in its stitches, is easy to create because it’s a crochet asymmetrical shawl design and, best of all, you can make it any size you prefer. So, grab a Caron Cake (or your favorite yarn), put on your favorite show or podcast and let’s get to making this crochet triangle shawl.
The Peafowl Feathers Shawl has a slightly unusual construction. The shawl begins with a triangle motif, working around all three sides of the triangle. After reaching the required size, the border is worked around 2 sides to increase the finished width of this lacy crochet shawl. The yarn colors are reminiscent of a peacock and the shawl is finished off with a feather like border.
This lace shawl features a repetitive and easily memorized lace stitch pattern—which by the way resembles hearts! If it looks too hard, don’t worry. The stitches used are mainly double crochet, chains, and slip stitches!
This shawl, made from fingering weight yarn, is a perfect light summer wrap. The great thing about this shawl is that it is very easily adjustable. You can make it as small or as big as you want! Plus, it only takes one skein of yarn to make!
This shawl is made with “Luna” by Premier Yarns, a dk weight 3 yarn. The main stitch used in this pattern is called the Y-stitch. This stitch is what makes this a lacy shawl design.
The Lenox Crochet Shawl is a wonderful asymmetrical shawl that grows and grows. You can make it as big as you like. The Lenox Crochet Shawl Free Crochet Pattern is great for beginners and has a lace panel for a bit of an unexpected but lovely style.
Perceptions is a deceptively simple crochet shawl / triangle scarf pattern which can be worked with almost any yarn and hook. The terms scarf and shawl are used interchangeably here as it can be worn both ways! Perceptions would look stunning in a single solid color but also lends itself beautifully to ombré and graded yarns.
Painswick is a lovely little village not far from where Veronika lives. It has the most stunning Rococo Gardens which inspired the colors for this accessible shawl.
This simple crochet shawl will make a gorgeous addition to your spring wardrobe. The color palette for this shawl was inspired by the gorgeous pale blue shades of the forget-me-not, a native Irish wildflower. The name of the flower conjures up feelings of romance. This shawl would add a romantic touch to any outfit.
Make this beautiful triangular shawl/wrap fancy with a variegated DK yarn or warm and cozy with worsted weight or bulky yarn. This shawl uses dc and a special stitch called the “bead stitch”, which is worked by wrapping yarn around a dc post, hence the name, Wrapping Hugs Shawl. Make this shawl for yourself to add a fancy accessory to your wardrobe or give it as a gift to those beautiful supportive women in your life.
This pattern is perfect for an intermediate crocheter, but with a little patience, an advanced beginner could tackle this project as well! You just need knowledge of front and back post stitches to create this stunning texture. The PDF includes step by step photos of the more complex stitches used.
This is an advanced beginner crochet pattern. You will need 1025 yards of worsted weight yarn, a 5mm crochet hook, and a tassel maker is optional. The Friendship Prayer Shawl might just become one of your favorite spring accessories this year!
This pattern is for a crescent-shaped shell stitch shawlette. It was designed for and works up beautifully in gradient yarn, but it is also stunning in solid or stripes as shown.