10 free patterns for crochet triangle shawls

Currently I’m totally into making crochet triangle shawls. I have two triangle shawls on my hook right now and after that I have a list with 10 other ideas waiting for me to be made.

The great thing about shawls is that they can be made and worn during every season: whether it’s hot or cold, simple crochet triangle shawls can be matched with every outfit.

I found some amazing crochet triangle shawls which I really want to share with you. The best part is: all crochet triangle shawls  in this roundup post are free!

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. Never Ending Shawl by Wilma Westenberg
This shawl is really simple and elegant. I loved making this easy shawl because I could easily work on it while watching TV or sitting in the car (while my fiancé was driving of course!).

never ending shawl free crochet triangle shawls pattern

2. Broomstick Lace Triangle Shawl by Crystalized Designs
Look at that Broomstick stitch you guys! I’ve seen the Broomstick stitch before and immediately fell in love – I love how she turned this stitch into a pretty shawl.

Broomstick Lace Triangle Shawl by Crystalized Designs - free crochet triangle shawls patterns

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3. Juliette Shawl by Jessie Rayot
I think this color combination is really mesmerizing. The stitch she used for the body part is really pretty, and the border really finished it off!

Juliette Shawl by Jessie Rayot - free crochet triangle shawls patterns

4. Pom Pom Happiness Shawl by Wilma Westenberg
What I love about this shawl is that it makes me happy every time I see it. The pom pom border and bright colors make it a great project for kids as well!

pom pom happiness shawl - free crochet triangle shawls patterns

5. Wanderlust scarf by Atty van Norel
Atty is always very good in picking colors and making amazing combinations. This shawl design is very unique: it has a triangle shape, but with long ends, so it could also be considered as a scarf.

Wanderlust Scarf by Atty van Norel - free crochet triangle shawls patterns

6. Brown butter shawl by Tamara Kelly
This shawl is beginner-friendly and every version you make, will turn out unique with the Soft Essentials Stripes yarn from Red Heart. I love how she pinned the end onto the shawl with a beautiful shawl pin.

Brown Butter Shawl by Tamara Kelly - free crochet triangle shawls patterns

7. Bella Vita Shawl by Wilma Westenberg
The Bella Vita Shawl is one of my most favorite patterns, mainly because it was designed by my mother and also because I really love the colors used for this shawl. It was the first shawl pattern on my blog!

Bella Vita Shawl - free crochet triangle shawls patterns

8. Friendship Shawl by Kim Guzman
This shawl design is very unique and different than what I’ve seen lately. I love the stitch that is used for the base and I’ve never seen granny squares being used as a border, which I really love in this design!

Friendship Shawl by Kim Guzman - free crochet triangle shawls patterns

9. Seward Shawl by Katy Petersen
Even though the shape is a triangle, it really looks different than most triangle shawls because of the special stripe effect! I also really love the color combination that is used here.

Seward Shawl by Katy Petersen - free crochet triangle shawls patterns

10. Valerie Shawl Wrap by Maria Bittner
This shawl looks like a fun and fast project to work on. I love how it’s simplicity and elegancy.

Valerie Shawl Wrap by Maria Bittner - free crochet triangle shawls patterns

I hope this roundup with free crochet triangle shawls have inspired you for your next project! If you need more inspiration, see my other roundups here.


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2 Comments

  • Reply
    Kaly
    26 March 2018 at 4:13 pm

    Love the selection!

    • Reply
      Wilma
      11 April 2018 at 4:07 pm

      Aww thank you for your kind comment, Kaly! x

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