15 Lightweight Summer Shawl Crochet Patterns

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Shawls and wraps are not just for cooler weather – this list of gorgeous summer shawl crochet patterns will take you from spring to summer in style!

In the springtime, and even on summer evenings, temperatures can drop, so a lightweight scarf or shawl that you can pop around your shoulders to keep the chill off is just want you need. These summer shawl crochet patterns would also make gorgeous gifts at any time of year!

Crochet Summer Shawl Patterns

For each of the projects below, I list the pattern format as well as the yarn weight. This allows you to see at a glance what you might be able to use from your stash to make a stunning crochet shawl.

Most of the patterns are free, and the ones that are paid are marked with a “$”.

So, let’s get crocheting!




The Serenity Shawl by Hannah @ HanJan Crochet

Made with the effortlessly gentle Scheepjes Alpaca Rhythm in lace weight and using a twist on the corner to corner method, you’ll have one knocked up in no time!
Hannah @ HanJan Crochet

Pattern Format: Written

Size: 68″ x 32″ (175cm x 82cm)

Yarn Weight: Fine / Sport / #2

Suggested Yarn: Scheepjes Alpaca Rhythm


Honeycomb Shawl by Ashley @ Leither Co.

The Honeycomb Shawl is an over sized shawl so that you can wear it in a variety of ways. I made this shawl with Yarn Bee Fetching which has sent been discontinued but any medium weight yarn would be gorgeous with this texture.
Ashley @ Leither Co.

Pattern Format: Written

Size: 97” x 20”

Yarn Weight: Medium / Worsted / #4

Suggested Yarn: Yarn Bee Fetching


Tela Crochet Triangle Shawl by Jessica @ Stitching Together

Whether you wear it around your neck or around your shoulders, the Tela crochet triangle shawl will be a staple accessory for cooler weather. You’ll love the simple construction and easy stitches paired with modern stripes.
Jessica @ Stitching Together

Pattern Format: Written

Size: 62.5” x 31”

Yarn Weight: Medium / Worsted / #4

Suggested Yarn: Lion Brand Coboo


Summer Shawlette by Sarah @ Ned & Mimi

The Summer Shawlette is a lightweight, triangle ‘mini-shawl’; perfect for pairing with a crisp white shirt. The zig-zag stitch pattern adds a modern twist to a traditional lace crochet shawl.
Sarah @ Ned & Mimi

Pattern Format: Written

Size:

Width: 44″ x 22″ (112­ cm x 56cm)

Yarn Weight: Light / DK / #3

Suggested Yarn: Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK


Gathering Driftwood Shawl by Hortense @ Knitting with Chopsticks

The Gathering Driftwood crochet shawl pattern is the perfect transition scarf. It’s an easy beginner triangle scarf. All you need to know to make this crochet scarf pattern are single crochet, double crochet, and chain stitch.
Hortense @ Knitting with Chopsticks

Pattern Format: Written

Size: 53” x 25.5” (135 cm x 65 cm)

Yarn Weight: Fine / Sport / #2

Suggested Yarn: Darn Good Yarn Linen


Zen Garden Shawl by Caroline @ The Purple Poncho

This shawl is versatile in the ways you can wear it, as a shawl with the ends in front, or wrapped around your neck like a scarf, or with a brooch on one side. You can change the look of it by the way you wear it.
Caroline @ The Purple Poncho

Pattern Format: Written

Size: 56″ x 16″

Yarn Weight: Fine / Sport / #2

Suggested Yarn: Red Heart It’s A Wrap Rainbow


Scallop Falls Shawl by Stephanie @ Crochet Instinct

This would be a perfect shawl for a wedding, for your Mom, for your daughter, for your friend, for yourself! It is also very pretty with the triangle in the front as a pretty cowl-style as well.
Stephanie @ Crochet Instinct

Pattern Format: Written

Size: 57″ x 28″

Yarn Weight: Light / DK / #3

Suggested Yarn: Lion Brand Mandala or Hobbii Cotton Kings Twirls


Cherry Blossom Shawl by Michelle @ Two Brother’s Blankets

The Cherry Blossom Shawl is perfectly customizable to your size preferences. You’ll love the workup as much as the finished project!
Michelle @ Two Brother's Blankets

Pattern Format: Written

Size: 52″ wide

Yarn Weight: Super Fine / Fingering / #1


Flowers in the Garden Shawl by Needle Klankers

This shawl features tiny “join as you go” motifs for a gorgeous floral finish!

Pattern Format: Written

Yarn Weight: Light / DK / #3


Proserpina V-Stitch Crochet Shawl by Raffaella @ Raffamusa Designs

This shawl is mostly made up of V-stitches, so that it is technically very easy and accessible to beginners as well.
Raffaella @ Raffamusa Designs

Pattern Format: Written

Size: 53″ x 26″ (135 cm x 66 cm)

Yarn Weight: Light / DK / #3

Suggested Yarn: Katia Concept Silk Degradé


Milky Way Caplet by Julie @ ACCROchet ($)

Crocheted with 100% milk protein fiber, this capelet will dress up any spaghetti strap dress or tank top, making them work a little bit further into the year. Or wear it as a cowl!
Julie @ ACCROchet

Pattern Format: Written

Size: 34″ around x 12″ high (85cm around 30cm high)

Yarn Weight: Light / DK / #3


River Heights Shawl by Edie Eckman ($)

Crochet the River Heights Shawl to wear now and all summer long! Warm weather calls for a lightweight wrap that will keep the chill off in the air conditioning or on cooler evenings. In this generously sized yet feather-weight shawl, the stitch pattern grows, creating gentle sawtooth edgings on two of the three sides.
@ Edie Eckman

Pattern Format: Written

Yarn Weight: Super Fine / Fingering / #1

Suggested Yarn: Red Heart It’s A Wrap


Spring Breeze Shawlette by Ashley @ The Loopy Lamb

Spring Breeze Shawlette. This is my first shawlette design and I’m so excited to share it with you. It’s a quick and easy make that uses just one skein of Loops and Thread Cotton Colours yarn.
Ashley @ The Loopy Lamb

Pattern Format: Written

Size: 44.5″ x 18.5″

Yarn Weight: Medium / Worsted / #4

Suggested Yarn: Loops and Thread Cotton Colours


A Taste of Summer Shawl by Janne @ Joy of Motion Crochet

This shawl is perfect to spruce up your mood when winter turns into spring, as the colors you can play with truly gives you a taste of summer, as the name of the suggests. It’s a great Tunisian crochet pattern.
Janne @ Joy of Motion Crochet

Pattern Format: Written

Size: 172 cm / 67.7 inches measured along the outer edge, 130 cm / 51.2 inches measured along the final row

Yarn Weight: Super Fine / Fingering / #1

Suggested Yarn: Joy of Motion Favorite Sock Yarn


Forget Me Not Shawl by Sarah @ Ned & Mimi

This simple crochet shawl will make a gorgeous addition to your spring wardrobe. The color palette for this shawl was inspired by the gorgeous pale blue shades of the forget-me-not, a native Irish wildflower. The name of the flower conjures up feelings of romance and I think that this shawl would add a romantic touch to any outfit.
Sarah @ Ned & Mimi

Pattern Format: Written

Size:

Width: 52.5″ x 25″ (133 ­cm x 64.5 cm)

Yarn Weight: Light / DK / #3

Suggested Yarn: Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK

I hope you have taken some inspiration from these projects, happy crocheting!

Sarah


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