Shawls might be our very favourite thing to create out of yarn. They’re just such versatile accessories, useful in so many different ways and kinds of weather, that crocheting them feels fulfilling. Besides that, they’re also usually simpler and less time consuming than bigger projects like blankets and sweaters! That’s why we always have our eyes peeled for great shawl patterns.
Just in case you love crocheting shawls as much as we do, if not more, here are 15 of the nicest crocheted shawl patterns we’ve bookmarked recently to try as soon as we can!
1. Beautiful Lacy crochet shawl
Are you quite experienced at crochet and feeling up for a little bit of a challenge? Then maybe you’d be ready to tackle a lacy pattern! We love the idea of wearing this lovely shawl from InterUnet on a late summer night or over a sweater in the fall.
2. Lisa’s Beaded Crochet shawl
Besides already being beautiful in its construction, particularly for its length, this shawl pattern is stunning because it’s actually beaded! Doing beaded crochet might sound intimidating and difficult, but The Blue Brick is here to walk you through the process.
3. Refracted Lace shawl
Did we catch your attention when we started talking about lighter shawls that are good to wear in milder weather but you’re not feeling quite ready for the difficult level of the pattern you saw above? Then perhaps you’d get along a little better with something like this mesh shawl featured step by step on Universal Yarn!
4. Ombre Granny Stripe shawl
Have you always loved the way a full colour gradient ombre effect looks but you can’t find a singular yarn that takes you through the colour story you’re looking for? Then we think this fantastic granny stripe crochet pattern featured step by step on Fairmount Fibers, where you build your own ombre by striping five separate colours, might be the perfect pattern for you!