14 Crochet Shawl Patterns To Keep You Cozy This Fall
Maybe it’s all the pumpkin spice popping up everywhere, or maybe it’s just that it’s been a very hot summer, but I have a bad case of Fall Fever.
To celebrate some eagerly anticipated cooler weather, I’ve put together 14 Crochet Shawl Patterns To Keep You Cozy This Fall.
I love crocheting shawls because they’re so versatile and comfy. They’re the perfect on-the-go layers to bring along for just about anything. Not only that but making shawls can become a bit of an addiction – once you make one, you’ll be looking for the next crochet shawl pattern to make.
Whether you want something to wrap up in on an early morning walk, an easy layer to throw on when you’re running around town, or something to take to a crisp Fall wedding, this post has a pattern that’s perfect for every occasion. Also, all the links below are for free crochet shawl pattern.
You’ll learn basic crochet techniques like, how to crochet a triangle, crocheting granny squares, lace crochet and changing yarn colors to make these colorful shawls.
So hunker down and grab those hooks, it’s shawl season and I can’t get enough.
Boho Light Crochet Shawl
This crocheted shawl/scarf/shawlette is made entirely with double crochet stitches and some simple decreases at the end of the rows.
Via Mama in a Stitch
Double Crochet All the Way Shawl
As the name already indicates, this beginner-friendly crochet shawl is made with double crochet stitches. It’s a project without too much thinking and counting and is perfect to work on while traveling or watching Netflix. If you like, you can add fringes or tassels.
Pumpkin Spice Crochet Shawl
Perfect for fall, this Pumpkin Spice Crochet Shawl has all the right colors. The mixtures of purples, blues, red, and oranges remind you of a pumpkin patch with all the autumn leaves falling around.
Alpaca Your Wrap
The Alpaca Your Wrap crochet wrap pattern is definitely a one-of-a-kind wearable for you to try. Dress up your outfits all through fall, winter, and spring with this extra-long crocheted wrap.
Fall Sparkles Shawl
This triangular shawl features little leaves throughout, along with some beautiful beads.
Via Jessie At Home
This shawl can be adjusted and made longer if desired. The shawl is an easy pattern to complete using a Granny Style stitch.
Gently Reminisce Wrap
This wrap was designed for the warmer weather during the spring, summer, and fall. It is lightweight and super soft. Lacy and playful. Simple to crochet and the added fringe, makes it fun to wear.
Flame and Ember Shawl
This Flame and Ember Shawl is sure to remind you of the autumn season. Using a lace weight yarn, work up this free crochet shawl pattern using three strands of yarn and contrasting colors.
Magical Multicolored Shawl
This crochet shawl pattern has it all. It’s trendy, colorful, and easy to make. This Magical Multicolored Shawl is a great addition to your wardrobe.
Via All Free Crochet
This is Me Shawl
Here’s a simple but elegant shawl that goes with every outfit. As with any Wilmade pattern, it’s made as simple as possible by making simple stitch repeats. You only need to repeat 10 rows which are all very simple.
Autumn Harvest Shawl
The Autumn Harvest Shawl with granny squares and trebles is worked top-down.
Via Drops Design
Smoky Mountains Triangle Wrap
This simple triangle crochet wrap is made with beautiful worsted weight yarn and works up very quickly! Inspired by the American landscape, the colors are perfect for fall or any time during the colder months.
Via Mama in a Stitch
Vintage Sweet Shawl
The Vintage Sweet shawl is suitable for both beginners and advanced crocheters. Using the easy to crochet granny stitch, you’ll fly through this shawl in no time.
Bless Your Heart Granny Triangle Shawl
The pop of color gives just the right mix of warmth and breathability for days that fall just on the edge of warm and cool.
Alberta Autumn Shawl
The Alberta Autumn Shawl is crocheted top-down with lace pattern and fans.
Via Drops Design
Shawls are some of my favorite pieces of outerwear because they’re super functional and can be customized to anyone’s tastes just by using a fun or unique stitch.
These are some of my favorite shawl patterns because their styles range from classic to trendy.
From light and breezy worsted weight shawls to bulky and warm ones, there’s something perfect for everyone.
Which crochet shawl pattern are you dying to make this Fall?
Looking for more great crochet patterns: Simple Shells Light Weight Wrap, Button Up Squares Cowl Neck Warmer, Easy Breezy Buttoned Cowl, Big Chunky Scarf, Winter Wonderland Scarf, Hooded Crochet Scarf