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8 Free Shawl Patterns to Crochet and Wear



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One of my favorite things to make is shawls. I make actually too many of them. They're just so versatile, going from modern and casual to dressed up or even Jane Austen-esque. Honestly, I make too many. They're all crammed into an old records box that's pretty close to overflowing.  I've decided to round up 8 free shawl patterns so you can start your own collection. 

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1. Lizard on Ravelry. I've made this shawl at least four times. It's fast, beautiful, and perfect for just about anybody. You will need a Ravelry account but it's free and there are so many great patterns on Ravelry. 


2. Fortune's Shawlette on Moogly. This is another one of those shawls I've made multiple times. It's such a unique take on c2c! It also comes with a matching wrap and hat.



3. South Bay Shawlette on Lionbrand. (This will take you to the listing. Just click through to the free pattern PDF) I absolutely love how lacy and delicate it looks! And it comes with a crochet chart too. 



4. Picket Fence Shawlette by yours truly. My first shawl pattern! Obviously, this is a personal favorite. 😉 It's also great for beginners-- if you can chain and double crochet, you can make this! 


5. The Revival Scarf on Make and Do Crew. I'm a huge fan of bobble-like stitches. And the stripes. And the tassels. And all of it. Jess offers both written instruction and a video tutorial.


6. Unfurled Beauty on FurlsCrochet. (It takes a bit of scrolling to find the pattern) I absolutely love the stripes on this one. The different widths and asymmetrical slant play so well together. 




7. Berry Harvest Bandana Cowl on Moogly. Yes, another pattern from Tamara. I very recently made this shawl and was surprised by how easy it was. If you do run into any trouble, Tamara has both a video tutorial and a crochet chart. 




8. Moss Stitch Shawl on Repeat Crafter Me. I've seen these shawls everywhere lately. Sarah is just so good at writing patterns so if you've never made a shawl before, her pattern is a great place to start! 





And there you have it! 8 fantastic free shawls. If you enjoyed this roundup, be sure to check out Stuck with Ewe on Facebook and Ravelry. 

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