Easy Crochet Summer Shawl Round-Up

Collage of coral and blue easy crochet summer shawls worn and hanging

Easy Crochet Summer Shawl Round-Up

I think you’ll be inspired by this list of easy crochet summer shawl patterns! I love to design and crochet shawls for many reasons. Most shawls are one-size-fits-all so they are easy to crochet and gift to others! I love how they take a simple outfit and add eye-catching interest. I often wear crochet shawls with a basic black dress or white top. This really helps the shawl to shine and you feel great wearing it! Plus, it is really easy to make a shawl using the basic crochet stitches. So, I put together this list of easy crochet summer shawl patterns to help you find one you can start crocheting today!

Summer Shawls Can Become Fall Shawls

Even thought this list is for easy crochet summer shawl patterns, you can easily make each pattern with Size 4 medium weight yarn or a wool-blend yarn to create a warmer and more fall-appropriate shawl. I wear many of my crochet garments all year long because I change the layers I wear underneath the crocheted piece. For example, in the summer I wear the Lacy Shells Shawl (see number 5 below) over a sleeveless top but in the fall or spring I wear it over a long-sleeve top.

Stitches Used in these Easy Crochet Summer Shawls

Most of these easy crochet summer shawl patterns use the basic crochet stitches in creative ways to make the pretty designs. This means that even if you are a beginner you can create one of these beautiful shawls. For triangular shawls you need to either decrease as you go (if it starts at the top edge) or increase as you go (if it starts the bottom point). These shawls do this very simply and is worked into the stitch repeats for each row. Many shawls get a pretty finished look when you work a similar stitch pattern around the entire shape as the edging.

Info about each Easy Crochet Summer Shawl Pattern

For each of the easy crochet summer shawl patterns you’ll see a photo and be able to read a little bit about the project. You’ll also see who designed the pattern, which yarn they used (with an affiliate link of where to purchase) and where you can find the FREE crochet pattern. I encourage you to visit the blogs with your favorite crochet shawl patterns – by doing so you are supporting crochet bloggers and helping us all to offer free patterns like these. Thank you for your support!

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Let’s get started on our Easy Crochet Summer Shawl Pattern Round-Up!

1. Crochet Boho Shawl

White crocheted summer shawl wrapped around woman

I just love the lacy look of this shawl! It would add an elegant touch to any outfit and its lightweight design makes it perfect for the summer. The only stitches used in this are the chain and double crochet which makes this a super easy project that you can whip up and add to your wardrobe in no time!

Designer: Winding Road Crochet

Yarn: Lion Brand Comfy Cotton

Click here to see this easy crochet summer shawl pattern

2. Summer Path Shawl

Shades of blue easy crochet summer shawl in triangle shape worn on woman

I love how this summer shawl uses gradient yarn because it makes it look so much more intricate than it actually is! Also, it only uses two basic stitches which means you can easily make this as a beginner and have everyone thinking you’re a pro!

Designer: Aubrecht and Co.

Yarn: Stitch Studio by Nicole, Cotton Colors

Click here to get the pattern for this summer shawl

3. Crochet Scallop Wrap

White crocheted shawl with lacy scallops worn on woman on beach

The texture of this easy crochet summer shawl is so eye-catching and goes with just about every outfit you could think of! While it looks complicated, it is made up of beginner stitches so it makes an easy project for any crocheter.

Designer: For The Frills

Yarn: WeCrochet’s Bare Range

Click here to view this easy crochet summer shawl pattern

4. Vintage Tulip Shawl

Light pink triangular easy crochet summer shawl held up by woman

The stitching in this shawl is so unique! I also love how airy it is – perfect for the summer! It is made up of some more complex stitches but once you get the hang of it, it is easy as everything just keeps repeating throughout the whole pattern.

Designer: Wilmade

Yarn: Lion Brand Truboo Sparkle

Click here to see this easy crochet summer shawl pattern

5. Lacy Shells Shawl

Lacy purple triangular crochet shawl worn on young woman in forest

This airy shawl is easy to crochet and actually has just a two-row repeat once you get to Round 7! You can also add beads to the fringe of this wrap that helps it look its best – the beads add weight that pulls the lacy stitches open as it hangs around your shoulders. I always get several compliments whenever I wear this easy crochet summer shawl!

Designer: Yours truly, Jennifer Ryan of Celtic Knot Crochet 🙂

Yarn: Omega Fontana

Click here to get the FREE crochet summer shawl pattern

6. Easy Free Crochet Shawl Pattern

Large easy crochet summer shawl held up behind a women in a forest

I love the unique stitching pattern in this shawl and how it lets the sun shine through! It has fairly basic stitches which makes it an easy project to create and it’s also easy to customize with all sorts of different colors.

Designer: Life + Yarn Yarn: Lion Brand Coboo

Click here to get this pattern

7. In Bloom Asymmetrical Shawl

Asymmetrical striped shawl hanging on white wall

This shawl has slightly denser stitching which makes it perfect for those cooler summer nights. The stitching is fairly easy and the triangle shape is sure to be flattering on everyone!

Designer: The Loophole Fox

Yarn: Caron Cakes

Click here to view this easy crochet summer shawl pattern

8. April Showers Shawl

Lacy large blue easy crochet summer shawl hanging on white wall

If you’re looking for something a little bit longer and warmer, this shawl is for you! I love the tassels on the bottom and the intricate texture – it gives it such a unique and elegant look. Like many of these shawls, this one looks complex but is actually made up of just a few easy stitches!

Designer: Highland Hickory Designs

Yarn: I Love This Yarn

Click here to see the pattern for the April Showers Shawl

9. Vintage Vibes Shawl

Large triangular coral color crochet shawl with solid sections and lacy parts hanging on hanger on tree trunk

The unique texture and shape of this shawl is so beautiful and feminine. I think this bright orange is gorgeous for summer but this pattern also includes several other color suggestions, making it easy to find one that matches every style!

Designer: The Crochet Fix

Yarn: Scheepjes Whirl

Click here to get the pattern for this shawl!

10. Summer Sunset Shawl

Coral and purple rectangular lacy crochet shawl on hanger

This summer shawl would make the perfect beach cover up! It has an easy two-row repeat which makes it quick to whip up and easy for crocheters of all skill levels.

Designer: Ned & Mimi

Yarn: Rico Creative Cotton Degrade

Click here to see this easy crochet summer shawl pattern

10 FREE Easy Crochet Summer Shawl Patterns!

And there you have 10 FREE easy Crochet Summer Shawl patterns! I hope you enjoyed looking over this list and were inspired to crochet one of these shawls. I love how they are all easy to crochet using basic stitches and pretty yarn. Which one is your favorite? Please tell us in the comments below – I would love to hear!

Remember, you can see all of my crochet pattern round-ups here and all of my FREE crochet patterns here.

Thank you for stopping by! Happy crocheting!


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64 thoughts on “Easy Crochet Summer Shawl Round-Up

  1. These are all so cute. I really love the April Showers. This is my choice because it looks fun to create. The Vintage Vibes speaks to my inner hippie.

  2. Each and every one shavl is unique and one of a kind. It’s hard to choose the only one. I love them all 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

  3. I must say I Adore the “In Bloom Asymmetrical Shawl”. I’m looking for yarn to make it. Planning to make matching ones for a 4 generation picture coming up this fall. So excited, it’ll be so special.

    1. I love this idea! Please send along a photo of the finished shawls on everyone – will definitely be very special 🙂

  4. I like the Vintage Vibes Shawl, I love the unique design and I love items that have texture!! I also like that it could be suitable for many weather temperatures!!

      1. I like the summer sunset shawl, the bright colors are beautiful. But to be honest I like all of them in one way or other.

      2. All the pattern are beautiful but my top 3 favorites are
        1. Scalloped Wrap #3
        2. Lacy Shells Shawl #5
        3. Vintage Vibes Shawl #9

        I love your creativity & your creative eye for picking out patterns. I recently had surgery, so all I can do is look at patterns & crochet. Thank you for keeping me busy as I heal! Janet

        1. Thank you for your kind words! I hope you recover quickly from your surgery and have a nice stack of crochet projects when you are all healed! 🙂

  5. Vintage vibes is my choice and I’ve found the perfect yarn in my stash! Sometimes it’s pays to tidy up occasionally. Thank you for sharing these beautiful shawls.

  6. I particularly like the the Vintage tulip shawl. It seems that it would go from casual to dressy and accommodate several looks as a statement piece or an accent piece.

  7. I really like the April Showers, the Tu;ip, and the Vintage Vibe. We have shaws at our church over the pew-backs. We have quite a few elderly folk and vaulted ceilings with fans so in the winter the moving air can be cool/cold sometimes! Needless to say, some of the shaws tend to go home with folks so we are always replenishing. I’m a little nervous doing a triangle! I’ve finally learned how to keep my edges equal! Regardless, I will probably try at least one and, depending on the outcome, maybe more.

    1. I love that your church has shawls ready to ‘share’ with the congregation. I think you will enjoy making a triangle shawl. Please email me if you need any help! 🙂

  8. Hard to pick a favourite out of this lovely round up! I really do love the look of the vintage tulip shawl. Looks like a lovely texture and soft deal.
    Thanks for this wonderful list of projects Jennifer!

    1. It was really hard to decide which one I prefer! The Summer Path Shawl is my number one. I love the look of the gradient and that it is a two basics stitches. My number two is the April Showers Shawl, it looks so elegant! it will be very beautiful and graceful worn with a dress and distinguished but casual worn with jeans. And I have a number three, actually there’s three patterns that are my number three (couldn’t decide 😍) : the Lacy Shells Shawl and the Crochet Scallop Wrap for their delicate and romantic look and the Vintage Tulip Shawl for its timeless look that can be worn with anything. Thank you so much for all these beautiful patterns! I haven’t crocheted in a while, but your patterns are making me want to get back into it. Let’s crochet!

      1. Thank you for commenting! So glad to hear that you are inspired to get back into crocheting after seeing this round-up! Happy creating! 🙂

  9. My favorite is the Vintage Tulip Shawl by Wilmer. It just looks like it would give you a nice to chase the cool summer night’s chill away.

  10. Am liebsten mag ich den “April Showers”. Ein wunderschönes Muster und Fransen finde ich immer total schön.

  11. After looking over these beautiful shawls, I finally decided I could not choose just one. I really liked the Lacy Shells Shawl because of the delicate look and adding beads makes it look very dressy. I also liked The Summer Sunset shawl because of the beautiful colors and design.

  12. I love them all really…lol…but I do like the last three the best. I love your celtic stuff. It is a challenge but it is a FUN challenge. Keep up the wonderful designs!

  13. The April Showers shawl appeals to me as it looks cozy and I tend to want that in a shawl, regardless of what time of year it is.

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