Easy Crochet Shawl Patterns Free

These easy crochet shawl patterns are free and will inspire you to make a shawl for every season. From lacy crochet rectangle wraps through to the simple double crochet rectangle shawls that will have you wrapped up from the cold weather – this collection of free patterns will keep you stitching all year long. 

21 Free Crochet Triangle Shawl Patterns

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These easy rectangle crochet shawl patterns will show you how to crochet a rectangle shawl and learn new stitches as you make them. Rectangle shawls can vary in size, and this is what can make them a unique project. Many designers include instructions to make them in a size to suit you.

So, whether your looking to style your rectangle like a large scarf, or searching for an oversized, extra long shawl to wear as an extra layer over your coat, this collection of 15 easy crochet shawl patterns that are all free to view on the designers websites, will have you inspired to get stitching up a shawl in your style today.

How this Crochet Pattern Round Up Works:

Each photo represents a different free crochet pattern by a talented, independent crochet designer. 

All the patterns featured in this round up are available for free on the designers blog. If you prefer to purchase a printable pattern, the designer’s website will direct you where to purchase.

There will be a button which will take you directly to the pattern, either to the designers blog or to their pattern shop, so no faffing around trying to find the right link!

So, get scrolling and find your next easy crochet shawl pattern you want to make!

Meadows Shawl Crochet Pattern

by Rich Textures Crochet

The Meadows Shawl is a rectangular shawl pattern.  It is worked in rows lengthwise using easy crochet stitches.

It creates an elegant shawl which is perfect for beginners to stitch up.Find out more about this pattern 

Primavera Rectangular Shawl Pattern

by My Crochet Space

The Primavera crochet shawl has a rectangular shape and worked in back and forth rows – no need for increasing or decreasing stitches at any time.

This crochet shawl pattern is a two-row repeat and only two types of stitches are used throughout the whole pattern – Double Crochets and Puff Stitches.Find out more about this pattern 

Hawthorne Wrap

by Me ‘n’ My Hook

The easy repeat used in this beginner crochet wrap pattern is perfect for a first shawl.

This easy crochet wrap pattern uses a combination of standard stitches intermixed with puff stitches.Find out more about this pattern 

Sunset Lightweight Crochet Shawl

by Desert Blossom Crafts

The Sunset Shawl features a stunning lace stitch that is sure to draw attention. 

Made with gorgeous lace and decorated with fringe, you’re sure to make a statement in this shawl.Find out more about this pattern 

Cedar Arches Easy Rectangular Shawl

by Stitching Together

It’s a perfect cold-weather accessory you can make for yourself or for a friend. The Cedar Arches crochet rectangle shawl would also make a lovely prayer shawl.

This easy crochet shawl is made using a combination of a single crochet moss stitch and a half double crochet moss stitch.Find out more about this pattern 

Easy V-stitch Corner to Corner Shawl

by Me ‘n’ My Hook

This beginner v-stitch corner to corner shawl pattern is a great introduction to the corner to corner technique.  An alternative to the traditional method, this is easy to see and replicate in any weight of yarn.

The Cloverleaf pattern is also easy to adjust and can be used to create a scarf, simply by starting to decrease earlier and using less yarn.Find out more about this pattern 

Georgiana Shawl

by Jera’s Jamboree

Elegant and bold, the Georgiana shawl crochet pattern is a quick and easy project.

The trellises are created by chaining and then working into the chains in the following row. The blocks are crocheted in treble crochet (US double crochet) which are worked into chains from the previous row.Find out more about this pattern 

Sonoran Sunset Wrap

by Banana Moon Studio

This oversized crochet wrap uses a stunning stitch combination to create a generous wrap which can be worked in any weight yarn.Find out more about this pattern 

Shell Shawl

by Keju Crochet Design

This Shell Shawl pattern is a rectangular crochet shawl pattern easy for beginners. 

The shawl design is a repeatition of two rows, worked from bottom up. It’s an easy adjustable pattern. Find out more about this pattern 

Shanae Wrap

by Me ‘n’ My Hook

Shanae is a beginner wrap created with a two row repeat that works up quickly and looks stunning in any yarn.

It’s the perfect crochet wrap for all occasions. Find out more about this pattern 

Star Fish Pocket Shawl

by Meladona’s Creations

This cozy crochet pocket shawl pattern includes how to make this stunning pattern event wider for extra warmth while wearing. Find out more about this pattern 

Easy Rectangular Crochet Shawl Pattern

by Desert Blossom Crafts

This pattern is so an easy make because it just uses chains, single crochets, and double crochets.

It uses just 720 metres of worsted weight yarn to create too! Find out more about this pattern 

Colette One Skein Shawl

by Me ‘n’ My Hook

Colette is a beginner shawl made with the peacock stitch pattern which creates a textured look with stunning results. 

When worked with a self striping yarn, your finished project will be something to be proud of.Find out more about this pattern 

Wrap Me in Sunshine Shawl

by Nana’s Crafty Home

The shawl is worked from the inside out. You first work the inside square and then add the “wings” to each side of the middle square. 

This is easy to do yet it creates a wonderfully unique look!Find out more about this pattern 

I want to extend my thanks to all of the designers who allowed me to include their beautiful designs in this round up of easy crochet shawl patterns – know I just need to narrow it down it which one I’m starting next!

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