Our top 9 FREE lace shawl knitting patterns
- Molly Todd
We can’t get enough of lace here at LK, and right now we have a particular love for gorgeous lace shawls. We’ve rounded up nine of our favourite free knitting and crochet patterns so you can make your very own timeless garment, so what are you waiting for – grab some needles or hooks and get crafting!
We adore the rich, jewel-coloured yarn used for this intricate knit. (Haruni is a free pattern on Craftsy)
Heliotaxis Pi Shawl by Renata Brenner is something that will be passed down from generation to generation. (Visit Ravelry for the free pattern)
Named after the Torrey tree in Southern California, this project makes use of both lace and cable stitches. (Knitty has the free pattern)
‘Aeolian’ relates to wind’s ability to shape the surface of the Earth. The designer named this pattern after the aeolian erosion in the Mohave desert! (Have a look at Knitty for the free pattern)
This pretty knit has a lovely twig-effect pattern running throughout. (Check out Tasha Knits for the free pattern)
Designed by Marisa Hernandez, this elegant garment is knitted from a single skein of yarn, making it a great, economical project. (You can find the free pattern on Ravelry)
Don’t forget to block your finished crochet shawl to really show off that beautiful stitch pattern. (Crochet in Colour has the free pattern)
Perfect for long summer days! (You can find it here on the LK blog)
A delicate little shawl with a sweet leaf motif and fabulous stitch definition. (Check out Classic Elite Yarns for the free pattern)
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