Spring and summer are not far away (hopefully!), but that doesn’t mean there won’t be a few cooler evenings scattered into the mix. If you’re planning an outdoor dinner party or are enjoying an outdoor music festival in the summer, chances are the weather will cool off quite a bit, and there’s no better way to keep warm without overheating than to use a lightweight shawl.
These 13 Sensational Spring and Summer Shawls are perfect for those slightly cool evenings where it’s too warm for a jacket but too cool to go without a little sweater. With lots of designs and styles to choose from, these beautiful shawls are sure to suit outfits of all kinds, from everyday tee shirts and jeans to elegant summer weddings or concerts.
These shawls are also super quick and easy to make. There are both knit and crocheted shawls in this collection, so no matter what your preference, there’s bound to be something you can make here. Shawls are also great for beginners since they often only require 1 skein of yarn and are made up of simple stitches that descend after each row.
16 Sensational Spring and Summer Shawls
- Breezy Shawl
- Stella Luna Lace Shawl
- Princess Shawl
- Hairpin Lace Shawl
- Ocean Front Shawl
- Emily’s Circular Lace Shawl
- Pretty in Pink Crochet Shawl
- Crochet Shawl for Summer
- Soft Shoulder Shawl
- Summer Wrap
- Goddess Shawl
- Grace Kelly Bolero Shawl
- Downton Abbey Shawl
- Penelope’s Flirty Shawl Crochet Pattern
- Knit Pear Sorbet Shawlette
- Coraline in the Wine Country Crochet Shawl Pattern
Have you ever made a shawl?
If you’ve been hunting around for the perfect year-round shawl, you’ve found your destination. These knit and crochet shawl patterns are great for summer and winter and everything in between! So grab those needles and hooks and let’s get to work!
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