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Easy Shawl Knitting & Crochet Patterns

Call it a shawl, a wrap, or a scarf, but call them fun because there are so many styles! Today I’m sharing some of my easy knit and crocheted wrap patterns. The patterns I’ve chosen here have been your faves on the blog over the last few years. Some are beginner friendly, while others will stretch your skills.

If you are thinking of making a wrap, the styles are truly endless. There are all shapes and sizes out there including bias wraps, triangle wraps, rectangular wraps and more. I tend to like rectangle wraps as they often don’t have any shaping or extra counting.

Many people enjoy making prayer shawls or wraps for charity. These are often donated to churches or friends and family members. They can have a deep meaning and are truly treasured by the recipient.

Lastly, many of my wraps double as scarves! I use them as almost a “wearable blanket”. They are cozy and easy to wear with so many outfits. Hope you enjoy these patterns!


Summertide Wrap Crochet Pattern

This wrap will keep your mind busy as you move through a variety of stitches and textures!

Sedona Serenity Shawl Knitting Pattern

This knit shawl is perfect for beginners and it’s soft as can be. It’s also really fast to make, so it’s great for gifts and charity.

Isla Scalloped Wrap Crochet pattern

This beautiful, lacy stitch pattern will stretch your skills. It’s so perfect for the spring and summer months.

Juno Buclo Beginner Wrap Crochet Pattern

Inspired by the popular Sedona Serenity Shawl, this crocheted version uses the beginner single crochet stitch.

Merlot Alpaca Wrap Knitting Pattern

A lacy wrap that’s still super easy to make!

Smoky Mountains Triangle Shawl Crochet Pattern

This triangle wrap can be made in so many different colors! The pattern includes a full video tutorial and you won’t believe how simple it is to crochet.

Agape Wrap Crochet Pattern

Similar to the Smoky Mountains Triangle Wrap, but this one works up larger and uses a wonderful cotton yarn.

Lake Isle Wrap Knitting Pattern

This knitting pattern features a super easy repeat yet it looks complicated!

I hope you enjoy making some shawls and wraps this spring!



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  1. May the comfort of good memories & great love hug you, and yours! Sending more love, Deborah

  2. For the summer tide wrap you used Low Tide yarn from Lion Brand. It has since been discontinued, do you have a suggestion for a similar constructed yarn? I love working with chainette constructed yarns, they don’t split! Lol. Thank you so much for sharing your fantastic talent with us. As always, beautiful patterns that make me wish I had more time to make all the pretties you design.

    1. Have you tried yarnsub.com? You put the name of the yarn you’re looking to match in the search bar, it will ask you to confirm the name and it will search thousands of yarns for matches that come pretty close in terms of fiber, weight, material, etc. Hope you find one! 🙂

    2. Ugh! I don’t know of any other comparable chainettes, unfortunately! You could use another yarn with a comparable weight, and it certainly doesn’t have to be chainette. But I enjoy them too!

  3. So sorry to hear about ruby a dog becomes so such a part of our lives it is so upsetting when we have to say goodbye. Try and remember all the happy times I feel your sadness as we have had to say goodbye to our zoe

  4. Hi Jessica. Thank you so much for all your lovely patterns. I am a knitter and have made your blankets and sweaters and scarfs My next project is the knitted bag from last week you posted.I look forward to seeing your email full of ideas and looking at the beautiful background pictures you post when wearing your finished product. My son and daughter in law plan on moving to CO this summer. It looks beautiful! I do want to send my condolences to you on your beloved pet, friend and family member Ruby. It is always hard to say goodbye , their love is unconditional. Know Ruby will always be by your side and in your hearts forever. I’m so very sorry.

  5. Thank you for this post. There are so many great patterns by Jess but too little time. To say something positive about covid 19 and isolation is that I have more time for crafts. I love the Stripey shawl. It reminds me of Missoni. It’ll be on my To crochet-list.

  6. I’m so sorry for your loss. Remember Ruby will be waiting for you at The Rainbow Bridge.

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