On Fridays, I share a link blast on Twitter and Facebook to get you excited about crocheting all weekend! Keeping with the #FlashbackFriday meme, I’m sharing patterns were first released at least 12 months ago.
Today, I’m sharing a roundup of 12 free patterns for summer shawls. These are lovely projects that will protect you from air conditioning and night drafts during the summer. All photos are used with permission and are copyright the respective designers.
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Drop Chain Shawl (picture #3) by I’m Hooked: This light and airy shawl is finished off with flower tassels.
Purple Passion by via (login required): This delicate pineapple lace wrap was also featured in Crochet Wraps Every Which Way. I recently interviewed Tammy Hildebrand here.
Midnight Aura Wrap (picture #9) by : This design was inspired by a pattern in one of my favorite stitch dictionaries, 154 Crochet Wave Patterns.
Dixie Charm (picture #6) by : This triangular shawl is long and lovely.
Butterfly Crochet Shawl by via : This pattern includes instructions for adjusting the size of either section. (You can read more about my visit to the Nangellini Gallery during a trip to Philadelphia here.)
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Pineapple Caress Wrap (picture #1) by : This delicate beauty features stunning pineapples.
Dew Drop Wrap (picture #8) by I’m Hooked: This rectangular wrap features a self-striping yarn for slow color changes.
Gemstones Crochet Shawl by via : This long, flowing shawl is crocheted in three sections.
Penelope’s Flirty Shawl (picture #4) by : This easily adjustable rectangular shawl was designed as a versatile wedding accessory.
Pineapples for Everyone Shawl (picture #5 and above) by me!: This adjustable triangular shawl includes pineapple motifs and can easily be made in one color or with stripes.
Crochet Rainbow Shawl Tutorial (picture #7) by : This video tutorial also includes a written pattern (posted on this page).
Unique Lace Wrap (picture #2) by : This rectangular shawl can be styled in several ways with the use of a chain or icord tie.
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