That transition from winter to spring is my favorite time of year. The weather is warm but crisp, the birds are singing, and the sun is shining it it’s full glory. If you want to make a bold statement this spring, check out these 25 beautiful, lightweight crochet shawls.
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The crochet doesn’t have to stop once the weather gets warm. In fact, the lightness and laciness of crochet really shines in the spring and summer. If you need inspiration for your next crochet project, keep scrolling!
1 – Carillon Shawl from TL Yarn Crafts
The Carillon Shawl is light and lacy, made from a palette of 5 mini skeins. The mesh throughout the body of the wrap compliments the gentle textured border perfectly. Find the free pattern here, or get the printable PDF version here.
2 – The Adirondack Wrap from One Dog Woof
Shape and color carry this light and flowy wrap along. If you have some cake yarn chilling in your stash, bust it out for the Adirondack Wrap! Get the free version of this pattern or pick up an all-in-one kit from Lion Brand.
3 – Tendril from Annie Design Crochet
Would you believe me if I said you can make this lovely shawl with just one skein of yarn? It’s true! Get the details on this crochet masterpiece – get the Tendril free pattern here or get an inexpensive PDF version here.
4 – Free Yourself Shawl from TL Yarn Crafts
No matter your skill level, you’ll love making the Free yourself Shawl. Random eyelet rows are dotted around this triangle scarf, giving it movement and letting the breeze flow through. Get the crochet pattern here.
5 – Shell & Lace Shawl from Crochet For You
Perfect for any season, the Shell & Lace Shawl works up quickly and beautifully using a cake of fine cotton gradient yarn. Just one cake of this yarn makes and entire shawl. Get the free pattern here.
6 – Rhubarb Shawl from Loopingly Made
How gorgeous is this lightweight shawl, made from cotton blend yarn? Wear your Rhubarb Shawl around your shoulders or like a bandana – you can’t go wrong! Get the free version of this pattern here, or get a PDF version here.
7 – Parallel Bars from Annaboos House
Once the weather starts to heat up, you might want a lighter shawl. That’s where Parallel Bars comes in. Simple to make in sock weight yarn, I bet you’ll be planning your second one before you finish the first. Get the pattern on Etsy.
8 – Josie Shawl from TL Yarn Crafts
Beginner crocheters will love the Josie Shawl. A simple pattern repeat will make a shawl any size you like and it’s perfect for stash busting. Finish off with playful tassels and you’ll have a shawl for every outfit in your wardrobe! Get the Josie Shawl crochet pattern here.
9 – Tea Flower from Moji Crochet
This light and airy shawl from Moji Crochet is perfect for spring and summer! The tiny flowers that make up the border really draw the eye in and make this shawl very playful. Get the Tea Flower pattern in multiple languages here.
10 – Fortune’s Shawlette from Tamara Kelly
Another one-skein-wonder, Fortune’s Shawlette is the perfect addition to any outfit. Wrap it close to your neck on windy days or drape it over your shoulders on warmer days. Get the FREE pattern here or the printable version here.
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11 – Garden Party Shawl from TL Yarn Crafts
If you want a more sizable wrap, the Garden Party Shawl is for you. The familiar granny stripe is interspersed with a pop of color, and the entire project is finished with a handsome 2×2 ribbing. Get the Garden Party Shawl pattern here.
12 – Lovely Luisa Shawl from Wilmade
Named for a young friend of the designer, the Luisa Shawl has a beautiful texture created by the combination of two stitches. Made with a gradient cotton cake yarn, this pattern brings the “wow” to your spring wardrobe. Get the free pattern here or find the printable version here.
13 – Crochet Double Scoop Shawl from Sewrella
Shawls don’t have to be triangular! Take the Crochet Double Scoop Shawl for example. Many of the things we love about summer shawls are found in this rectangular wrap. Find the free pattern here or get the PDF version here.
14 – The Revival Scarf from Make And Do Crew
Bring on the vintage vibes when you make the Revival Scarf. Originally made with alpaca yarn, this scarf would be the perfect candidate for a linen or cotton yarn. Get the free Revival Scarf pattern here and find PDF version here.
15 – Fairbanks Shawl from TL Yarn Crafts
Now that the sun has driven the gray clouds away, add some color to your crochet WIP pile! The Fairbanks Shawl combines a palette of mini skeins with two coordinating colors for a rainbow shawl that is unique every time. Learn more about this project and get your pattern here.
16 – Catalina Wrap from Two of Wands
Simple lace stitches and bobbles add a touch of romance to any outfit by way of the Catalina Wrap. Deceptively easy, this project will fly right off your hook and around your shoulders. Get the free pattern here or pick up an all-in-one kit from Lion Brand.
17 – Briony from Bernadette Ambergen
Classic in cream or vibrant in color, designer Bernadette Ambergen did crocheters a favor when she published Briony. It became an instant favorite of mine when I saw the first photo and I know you’ll love it too. Get the printable version of this pattern here.
18 – St. Lucie Shawl from Poppie Joe and Co.
Let your favorite yarns shine when you make the St. Lucie Shawl. The unique shape, interesting stitches, and loose texture make this the kind of shawl you’ll wear all season long. Get the pattern right here.
19 – Suncatcher from Elena Fedotova of Ravliki
Beginning at a narrow point and growing into rows and rows of lovely lace, Suncatcher is fun to make and easy to customize. The pattern comes with instructions to make this shawl in three sizes, using 1, 2, or 3 skeins of yarn. Learn more when you pick up the pattern here.
20 – Cherry Blossom Shawl from Two Brothers Blankets
Simple, delicate, and striking. That’s how I’d describe the Cherry Blossom Shawl. Another fantastic stash buster, I could also see this wrap made as a gift for someone special. Find the free version of this pattern here or pick up a PDF here.
21 – Far Away Summer Shawl from Crochet Imagery
I let out an audible gasp when I saw the beautiful Far Away Summer Shawl from Crochet Imagery. The lace is beautiful, the unique construction pulled me in, and the yarn choice was on point. Fall in love with this shawl when you pick up the PDF pattern here.
22 – Blurre from Addydae Designs
Just like the seasons, watch this shawl transition as you move through time. Blurre is the perfect sized crescent shawl for spring. Clever color placement allows colors to blur together with no harsh lines. Pick from two sizes, available in the PDF pattern here.
23 – Heartland Boho Wrap from All About Ami
I still can’t believe that this masterpiece is the FIRST triangle wrap designed by Stephanie of All About Ami. You’d think she’s been making them for years. Simplicity meets style in the Heartland Boho Wrap, a beauty that everyone will love. Get the free pattern here or try the all-in-one kit from Lion Brand.
24 – Skyfall Shawlette by Rachel Carmona
You can really see all of the care that designer Rachele Carmona put into this beautiful shawl. Every stitch is precisely placed and the use of two colors take the eye on an interesting journey. I’ve added the Skyfall Shawlette to my crochet queue and you can too – pick up the pattern here.
25 – Lake of Menteith by Kat Goldin
I might have saved the best for last with this roundup. Lake of Menteith is the kind of shawl that you never expect to see in crochet. I stared at it for a good while, trying to figure it out. But I realized, you just have to make it. Get the pattern here to get started.