25 Free Lightweight Shawl & Wrap Patterns


Spring has sprung! Well, depending on where you live anyhow. Here in Albuquerque it’s been sunny and warm (it reached 82°F here a couple of days ago!).  The perfect weather for a lightweight shawl! I’ve tried to comprise the list with shawls and wraps that are made of lighter weight yarns, as well as ones constructed with loose stitches.

All links have been tested, however, if you should come across a dead link please let me know and I will update this list.



**Disclaimer- I do not own the copyright to any of the photos above, nor am I trying to claim any of the patterns as my own designs.**

1. Alpaca Your Wrap by Moogly

2.  Blueberry Hill by Stitches N Scraps

3. Broomstick Lace Wrap by Crochet N Crafts

4. Butterfly Stitch Prayer Shawl by njSharon AND DebiAdams

5. Coral Fringe Triangular Shawl by Undeniable Glitter

6. Coral Glam Wrap by Oombawka Design

7. Crochet Heart Shawl by Gypsy Cat Crafts

8. Fights On Shawl by Melody’s Makings

9. Fortune’s Wrap by Moogly

10. Heathered Eyelets Wrap by Fiber Flux

11. Islamorada Half-Hexagon Crochet Shawl by Kristin Omdahl

12. It’s A Sunny Day Shawl by Vicarno

13. Justine Shawl by Underground Crafter

14. Lacy Gold Wrap by Posh Pooch Designs

15. Land and Sky by JessieAtHome

16. Lazy Waves Shawlette by Look What I Made

17. Lightweight Shawl by Crochet ‘n Create

18. Lisa’s Shawl by The Blue Brick

19. Penelope’s Flirty Shawl by Simply Collectible

20. Rings Fling Wrap by Kim Guzman

21. Soft Shell Pashmina by Happy In Red

22. Solomon’s Knot Whisper Wrap by Petals To Picots

23. Sweet and Simple Shawl by Bizzy Crochet

24. Tea Time  by JessieAtHome

25. Wrap Me in Ice Cream Shawl by Left in Knots


A Simple Crochet Shawl- Free Pattern link

A few weeks ago I decided that I wanted to brush up on certain (beginner) skills, both in the areas of crochet and knitting, to aid in my own designs and pattern writing.  I’ve always loved shawls, and I hadn’t made one in about 4 years. So I did some Googling for free beginner/easy patterns and came up with a few, all of which I tried. Out of all of the ones that I tried, this one here  Crochet A Simple Shawl is by far the easiest and produces beautiful results. The directions include both written and photo instructions of each step. The pattern is very versatile, as you can use any yarn weight. The only thing I did different from the original pattern is that when I finished my last row I added a trim of sc all the way around the shawl (evenly spaced along the neckline and then 1 sc in each ch-1 sp and dc around the bottom edges of the shawl, and 2 sc in the ch-2 sp of the bottom tip).

Here is the first one I made. I used almost 4 skeins of Lion Brand Landscapes, in the color Boardwalk, and a size J hook. I would’ve made it larger, but I only had 4 skeins to work with. It turned out to be 46 inches wide (wingspan from tip to tip along the neckline), and 25 inches long (from the center of the neckline down to the tip at the bottom), so more the size of a shawlette.


The second shawl I made with Peaches ‘n Cream cotton yarn, almost of full cone (14 oz/706 yards), in the color “Panorama”, and using a J size hook. It worked out a bit larger than the first one, measuring 50 inches wide and 27 inches long.  While I love the rainbow color of the Landscapes yarn of the first shawl, I also love the naturalness of the cotton shawl.


Now that I’ve brushed up on some basic shawl-making skills, and once I’ve completed all of my current WIP’s (too many to count, lol), I can get to work creating my own shawl design 🙂