Knit or Crochet a Shawl for Fall

You can use fall colors to knit or crochet yourself a splendid shawl using any of these (mostly free) shawl and wrap patterns. There are some lovely knit and crochet shawl instructions available for you to use. Check ’em out!


Beaded Crescent Shawl Knitting Pattern by Anniken Ellis; This Knitting Pattern Is Included in Vogue Knitting Shawls & Wraps 2, Published by Sixth & Spring Books. The Shawl Is Knitted in an Interesting Cashmere/Possum/Silk Blend Yarn Called Zealana Air.
Beaded Crescent Shawl Knitting Pattern by Anniken Ellis; This Knitting Pattern Is Included in Vogue Knitting Shawls & Wraps 2, Published by Sixth & Spring Books. The Shawl Is Knitted in an Interesting Cashmere/Possum/Silk Blend Yarn Called Zealana Air.

If you’d rather work from a pattern book, you have lots of options for that as well. Check out the following books to find spectacular shawl patterns:

Other Fall Knitting and Crochet Projects:

Crochet Project Ideas for Fall

When fall weather romances your neighborhood, kissing you with chilly breezes, you’ll appreciate crochet, and its warmth, anew. Depending on where you live, that might or might not be happening yet — but when it does, we have lovely fall crochet patterns ready and waiting for you.

A Few Fall Project Ideas:

Timber Lily Crochet Wrist Warmers
Timber Lily Crochet Wrist Warmers

Fingerless gloves are wonderful fall crochet projects. Pictured here: Wrist warmers crocheted in gorgeous autumn-friendly colors, and embellished with spike stitch trim. Be sure to peruse our fingerless glove patterns for even more ideas.

More Fall Crochet Projects:

Happy fall! I hope your autumn season is off to a lovely and creative beginning.



Blessings,

Amy Solovay

Knitting & Crochet Newsletter