Crochet Mega Patterns List + Tutorials
Crochet Mega Patterns List + Tutorials
Crochet Mega Patterns List + Tutorials

Crochet Shawls Mega Free Patterns List

Below is a master list of 47 shawls. Each one of the patterns is free. Simply click on the photo and it will forward you to get more information about the pattern.

The top gallery is just the free patterns, there are no tutorials for those. However, you can leave me a comment below if you wish to have a tutorial made. Tell me the name of the project and why you think it needs a tutorial.

The second gallery is the free pattern and tutorials have been made for those already. By clicking the picture, you can have access to both the pattern and tutorial.

Crochet Shawl Patterns Only

Leave me a comment if you think one of the patterns in the PATTERNS ONLY section needs a tutorial. I will be checking back often to see what you think.

Crochet Shawl Patterns with Tutorials

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8 thoughts on “47 Crochet Shawl Patterns

  1. The Crochet Floral Shawl is very confusing (the one made with Patons Grace). I finally managed to make it & loved the result. It says “Do Not Turn”, but you do need to rotate the work, which is hard to understand if you’re used to traditional crochet.

  2. Hey Mikey,
    Not sure if you can do this but I would love to see tutorials for two vintage shawls in the “All Shawls” By Bernat Handicrafter pattern book #220, published in 1976: Style #2341-220 on p 19 (a spider stitch triangular shawl) and Style #2342-220 on page 37, in which semi-circular fan-like shapes are staggered to look like large scales and assembled in strips. The cover of the pattern book has a blonde model in a yellow shawl and white slacks against a green background. I would attach a photo of each shawl but it’s not doable here. Thanks for checking this out, I hope it interests you! –Anne Ross

  3. Hi Mike, I enjoy you site very much. I would like to see a tutorial of the crochet center shawl. I am so sorry to ask but I don’t read patterns very well.

  4. I would love a tutorial for the harlequin and ruffle edge shawls. They look amazing and I’m sure with your help I can do it!

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