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One of my all time favorite things to crochet would have to be shawls! I especially love an easy crochet pattern for a shawl that I can work on while watching TV or riding in the car. Whether you are looking for a crochet triangle shawl or rectangular shawls, I have you covered in this pattern round up!

8 different free crochet shawl patterns pictured on this rectangular grid with wording in the middle

From a lightweight shawl made with simple stitches and few color changes or a shawl made with many different colors, I’m sure you can find something that fits your fancy here.

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1. Smoky Mountains Crochet Triangle Wrap

Smoky Mountains Triangle Wrap

This is a beautiful Free pattern that uses a few different colors to really make this shawl pop! This is the perfect project to take on the go with you as it is just a 1 row repeat after the 3rd row!

Find the Smokey Mountains Crochet Triangle Wrap Pattern HERE by Mama in a Stitch

2. Cedar Creek Easy Crochet Shawl

Cedar Creek easy Crochet Shawl

This is a beautiful shawl made with basic stitches but it has such an elegant look. It’s made with a DK weight yarn that is a cotton blend so it would be a great Summer Shawl.

Find the Cedar Creek Easy Crochet Shawl Pattern HERE by Stitching Together

3. Beginner Easy Crochet Shawl

Beginner Easy Crochet Shawl

This is one of my favorite shawls! It’s made with a worsted weight yarn that is a cake yarn, so less ends to weave in, Yay! 1 repeat row after the 3rd row makes for a really easy pattern! Made with chain stitches and single crochet stitches only!

Find the Beginner Easy Crochet Shawl Pattern HERE by Okie Girl Bling n Things

4. Beginner Friendly Asymmetrical Shawl

Beginner Friendly asymmetrical Shawl

This is the perfect shawl for summer time! It’s made with a Fingering weight yarn so I’m sure that it’s a super lightweight and lacy shawl.

Find the Beginner Friendly Asymmetrical Shawl Free Crochet Pattern HERE by You Should Craft

5. Effortless Shawl

Effortless Shawl

I love using cake yarns to crochet shawls and this one uses a really pretty cake yarn! The way the colors just flow makes for a perfect wrap!

Find the Effortless Shawl Pattern HERE by I Need it Crochet

6. Crochet Pocket Shawl

Crochet Pocket Shawl

This is a little bit different than a regular shawl crochet pattern, it is a pocket shawl. I don’t know if you’ve ever seen pocket shawls, but they are basically rectangle wraps (that are a super beginner-friendly design) with pockets on the front to keep your hands cozy and warm!

Find the Crochet Pocket Shawl Pattern HERE by Mason Jar Yarn Designs

7. Easy Granny Triangle Shawl

Easy Granny Triangle Shawl

This may just be one of the best easy crochet shawl patterns that there is! If you can do chain stitches and double crochet stitches then you can easily make this Granny Triangle shawl.

Find the Easy Granny Triangle Shawl Pattern HERE by Okie Girl Bling n Things

8. Easy Rectangular Shawl

Easy Rectangular Shawl

This is a crochet rectangle shawl that would be so perfect for spring! I could see this one made in different pastel tones, so pretty!

Find the Easy Rectangular Shawl Pattern HERE by Zamiguz

9. Such Simple Shawl

Such Simple Shawl

Another Simple pattern that uses Mandala yarn! I love how Lion Brand Mandala yarn stripes the colors just right, makes for a great project to look more advanced than it really is!

Find the Such Simple Shawl Pattern HERE by Wilmade

10. Wishing Well Wrap

Wishing Well Wrap

Of course, this one uses Cake yarn too! Can you tell I love shawls that use cake yarns yet? The beauty of this shawl is that it’s made with a 2 row simple repeat and basic crochet stitches!

Find the Wishing Well Wrap Pattern HERE by Sewrella

11. Ada Shawl

Ada Shawl

I love how just 1 basic color and this easy shawl pattern produces such an elegant shawl design! This is perfect for the beginner crocheter.

Find the Ada Shawl Pattern HERE by Truly Crochet and Knit

12. HDC All Day Triangle Scarf

HDC all day triangle scarf

This one also doubles as a shawl! It’s made using just chain stitches and half double crochets.

Find the HDC All Day Triangle Scarf Pattern HERE by Hooked on Homemade Happiness

13. Pebble Shawl

Pebble Shawl

If there is 1 word to describe this shawl, it would be texture! I love that this is an easy project but it’s full of change and texture!

Find the Pebble Shawl pattern HERE by Hooked on Homemade Happiness

14. Spring Breeze Shawlette

Spring Breeze Shawlette

This is a unique shawl full of bright colors! I love how light weight that this one looks and I think it’d be perfect for Summer time!

Find the Spring Breeze Shawlette Pattern HERE by The Loopy Lamb

15. Forget Me Not Shawl

Forget me not shawl

This is a great pattern using 1 of my all time favorite stitches, the Moss Stitch (which is also known as the Linen Stitch.) Simple Stitches along with the color changes make this the perfect crochet shawl pattern

Find the Forget Me Not Shawl Pattern HERE by Ned & Mimi

16. Summer Shawl

Summer Shawl

This is the perfect shawl pattern for a cooler Summer night. I love the 2 contrasting colors that really make this shawl just pop!

Find the Summer Shawl Pattern HERE by Cream of the Crop Crochet

17. The Thursday Shawl

The Thursday Shawl

Simple crochet patterns made with the moss stitch are my favorite! Such a simple stitch, but doing stripes of colors really adds to the shawl!

Find the Thursday Shawl Crochet Pattern HERE by The Loop Hole Fox

I hope that you have enjoyed this list of free crochet shawl patterns! Be sure to PIN this post to Pinterest to Save for Later. I hope that you found the perfect crochet project to work on.

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