The pattern provides you with an easy stitch multiple, so you can easily increase this crochet shawl to any size.
Crochet Shawls for Women
Free crochet shawl patterns for women. You can wear these over your sweater instead of a jacket. They also go great with dresses and summer tops.
The triangular shawl can be crocheted to any size using any a super fine or fine yarn.
This crochet shawl pattern is only perfect for throughout the year, but it’s also the perfect pattern for beginners.
This crochet shawl is easy to customize as needed so you can make this from a short bandana or neck scarf to an oversized shawl.
This crochet wrap pattern provides you with a stitch multiple making it easy for you to adjust this as needed.
This beautiful crochet shawl is worked up in a puff stitch and lace pattern to make is perfect for throughout the year!
This crochet asymmetrical shawl is a simple and mindless pattern that you can work on while watching TV or while listening to music.
This beginner-friendly shawl is worked up in a fingering yarn, making it perfect for throughout the seasons
This crochet shawl pattern is perfect for beginners who are ready to practice their skill at increasing.
This crochet shawl pattern features a pretty striped design, which you can customize for any season or for year-round wear.
This crochet filet shawl is perfect for the summer or for throughout the year.
Make this beautiful striped shawl for any season of the year. It’s nice and long so you can wear it many ways.
This crochet entrelac shawl pattern is perfect for throughout the seasons.
This crochet shawl features a beautiful lacy edge that you’ll love to wear with all your favorite outfits.
This beginner-friendly crochet shawl is worked up in a super fine yarn for lots of drape. Plus, with a lightweight yarn, you can wear this year round in the cool weather.
This pocket shawl is the perfect alternative to a spring or fall jacket. It features a simple, yet nicely textured stitch pattern.
The cable shawl features a gorgeous stitch pattern that you’ll enjoy wearing during the cold winter months. It looks complicated, but it’s an easy pattern for everyone to enjoy.
This beautiful laced shawl was designed with the warmer weather in mind. It’s almost like a vest or poncho that you can drape over your shoulders for a secure fit.
This butterfly shawl pattern is worked up in a self striping yarn for a beautiful design without having to fasten off or carry yarn up.
Here is a crochet triangle shawl pattern that uses lacy crochet stitches created over 2 row pattern repeat.
Make this crochet butterfly shawl in the bright and cheerful colors as shown for the summer and anytime of the year.
The Summer Shawlette is a lightweight, triangle ‘mini-shawl’; perfect for pairing with a crisp white shirt.
The Mila Shawl is an easy crochet color block shawl pattern.
The Spring Breeze Shawlette is a quick and easy one skein shawlette pattern that is perfect for spring weather.
This shawl features a pretty textured edge.
This simple triangle shawl pattern works up quickly in a chunky yarn.
This simple crochet shawl will make a gorgeous addition to your spring wardrobe.
This simple crochet triangle shawl pattern is easily modified for different seasons.
Choose a super fine weight yarn to make a light shawl that can fit easily into a purse.
A very easy crochet shawl that mostly uses V-stitches and a slight variation of it that I called V-puff stitch.
Crescent shawls are easier to tie than triangle shawls. Like triangle shawls, they can also be worn as scarves or shawls.
The beauty of a shawl like this is that you can crochet it to any size you want.
This gorgeous can be made to fit everyone from child to adult.
A simple, rectangular shawl uses an easy lace stitch pattern in different directions to create a beautiful, color-blocked accessory.
The open stitch pattern makes this ideal for all types of weather from summer to winter.
Easy crochet lace is such a great way to add something special to a basic shawl pattern.
This shawl has a nice hood to keep you super warm when the cold weather hits!
Mariposa was given its name by some of the amazing artists in my local knit and crochet group because they said the shawl looks like a butterfly.
Make a bold statement by combining color blocking and thin stripes in this lacy, rectangular shawl.
This is a large shawl, which means that you have many options for wearing it.