It's the change of seasons, and sudden shifts in temperature are guaranteed! A wrap is just the thing - easier to put on and take off than a sweater, and a lot easier to lug around than a blanket! There are so many great patterns, so to narrow it down, I've decided today is all about rectangles. So here are 10 free rectangular wrap crochet patterns!
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10 Free Rectangle Wrap Crochet Patterns
Click on the name of the patterns you like to go to their pattern pages!
- Keiko Wrap by Kim Guzman, on Crochet Kim: This Tunisian wrap is gorgeous! And I love the drop stitches!
- Unique Lace Crochet Wrap by Lorene Eppolite, on Cre8tion Crochet: This yarn is so fun to work with, and I love all the wearing ideas she shows!
- Mulberry Shawl by Jennifer Dickerson, on Fiber Flux: Super cozy, and great for beginners crocheters too!
- Sweet Scallops Shawl by Lion Brand Yarn: I love the colors, the pattern, everything about this one!
- Chevron Lace Wrap by Tamara Kelly, on Moogly: This is one of my favorite pieces - I can't get enough chevrons!
- Single Skein Crochet Shawl by Helen Kennedy, on Ravelry: THIS PATTERN IS NO LONGER FREE, BUT IS AVAILABLE AS A PAID PATTERN. An amazing open pattern and the incredibly yardage of lace weight combine to make this lovely stole!
- Sherbet Wrap by Kimberly K. McAlindin, on Ravelry: This is so yummy! And it looks so light and airy too!
- Organic Cotton Shawl by Pierrot: This one is charted, so not for the beginner - but for the chart lovers, it's dreamy! I've linked to the Ravelry listing as it has some great extra info in the notes.
- Holey Moley Shawl by Edie Eckman, on Red Heart: Made with light fingering weight yarn, so it's lighter than it looks!
- Simply Shawl by Caron International Yarns, on Yarnspirations: Elegant and feminine, perfect for any fancy summer occasion!
I hope you've enjoyed this roundup of free rectangular wrap crochet patterns! If you've got an idea for a roundup you'd like to see, let me know!
Once again I receive offer for free crochet patterns-can I print them NOOOOOOOOOOOO. Can't you folks just make it easy-if it is free why can't I just print it????? Total waste of time. If I can't find it as a free pattern on LB (where the patterns really are free) I will not bother to even look at them.
There are usually a variety of ways to print them - some great suggestions here! Additionally, many people work straight off the computer or tablet, saving paper. 🙂
I don't have a problem printing the 2 I liked, one of them is a free pdf download on ravelry, and this one: http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Crochet-Wrap-Patterns/Unique-Lace-Crochet-Wrap, I just copy/pasted to a word document and printed it. Why can't you print them?
THAT IS what I do to. I downloaded the free Open Office by apache program, which i love btw, and copy and paste into it. You can downsize images or delete images to save ink. I hope this helps1 God Bless you!
I copy paste into word, or screen shot and print, book mark on my tablet. Many ways to print use these patterns. Hey they are free be grateful! Love your blog and the free patterns!
Thank you for including my Keiko Wrap, Tamara. 🙂
It's beautiful Kim!
I went to the website for the last pattern. Hover over the "Download Pattern" and choose the language you want - in this case "English" came up as the only option. Click "English". It should download as a printable pdf. It did for me. If it doesn't work for you maybe you need to adjust some settings? Good luck. 🙂 I love shawls and these are really lovely!
Thank you Okara, glad you enjoyed the roundup! 😀
Had to look up Pierrot's pattern on Ravelry because the link wouldn't work for me.
Sharing here just in case...
Sorry about that Chris! I'll double check the link!
Wonderful and very feminine roundup! I think there is one for every taste! I had to repin it!
😀 Thank you Clotilde!
Por favor publinquenlo tambièn en español. Estas preciosos, gracias.
Gracias Romelia, but they are not my patterns to have translated!
How about a summer beanie/beret/hat round-up? 🙂
Great idea Michelle! Thank you! 😀
Thank you I just finished #4 the sweet scallops shawl as a prayer shawl to give away. It turned out beautiful.
<3 Glad to hear it crystal!
Why is it that it tells you it's a free pattern but then you click on the link and it takes you to Ravelry where you have to pay for the pattern. Ughhhhhhhh.......so flippin annoying!
Hi Silvia! Sometimes the designers change a pattern from free to paid - can you tell me which one it is so I can update the post with the new info?
The Single Skein Shawl seems to be paid, darnit. I wanted that one.
Oh dear, looks like it's changed. Thank you for the heads up!
The link for the Sweet Scallop Shawl does not work.
Is it possible to get the pattern?
Hi Rose, thank you for the heads up! I've updated the link with the new URL! 🙂