Do you love shawls as much as I do? Now that spring is around the corner, it’s time to get your light weight yarn with smaller crochet hooks and work on some crochet shawls for spring to match your outfits!
I found some amazing crochet shawl patterns which I think are great for spring. And the best part is: all patterns are free!
You can also play around with the colors: sometimes one shawl pattern can be used for different seasons just by changing the colors.
To get the free patterns, just click on the title or photo. If you are interested in more free crochet patterns, see my other roundups here.
1. Pom Pom happiness shawl by Wilmade
I think specifically the pom poms make the shawl very playful and great for spring. Looks very nice in bright colors.
2. Unfurled Beauty by Cre8tion Crochet
I love how she playfully used two colors in this shawl. And look at that cute border!
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3. Quicksilver Shawlette by Tamara Kelly
I really love the shape of this shawl and the extra details made with another color (white in this shawl). I think with a bright color, this shawl design would be amazing for spring!
4. Shiplap Cowl by Rebecca Langford
I love the fringes in this shawl! It’s a simple shawl that still looks very playful with the way the fringes are used.
5. Bella Vita Shawl by Wilmade
This light weight shawl is simple yet elegant. Great for some extra warmth when it’s still a bit cold outside.
6. Tyra Triangle Shawl by crochetdreamz
This shawl looks so much fun! I love how the basis of the shawl is made with the same pattern all over, and finished off with playful tassels.
7. Berry Bubblegum Fling by Kim Guzman
First of all: I love that name! And the shawl is so lacy! Great for spring when you want to wear a shawl just to make a nicer outfit. And look how nice she used different colors!
8. Gold Leaf Infinity Scarf by Fiber Flux
Even though the name says gold, I think this shawl will look great with any color! I think a nice, simple stitch without any tassels or fringes looks great too!
9. Merino Ruffle Scarf by Jessica Reeves Potasz
This looks unique, I haven’t seen other shawls that curl like this before!
10. Sprout Chains Shawlette by Kristin Omdahl
Another very lacy shawl – I love the border! Looks like a very easy and fast project to make.
I hope this roundup with crochet shawls for spring have inspired you for your next project! f you need more inspiration for your next project, check out my other roundups here including 10 free crochet patterns for summer, Mother’s Day, baby showers and projects you can make with granny squares.
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