Crochet Shrugs ~ 12 FREE Crochet Patterns
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This round of free shrug crochet patterns is compiled by Rhelena of Crochet Pattern Bonanza – a free crochet pattern directory.
Shrugs are so versatile and comfy to wear with just about anything in your closet. They go great with anything plain to fancy evening wear. Plus, they make for a great cover in the summer, and in the winter they help to keep your shoulders and back super cozy.
This shrugs roundup includes shrugs for women, as well as a few for children. So I hope that you’ll enjoy the browse.
Gracie’s Shrug by American Crochet
This shrug is designed to fit medium sized children. It features a lovely lace, making it great for the spring weather. It was designed to be worn at a wedding, so you know it’ll look great with anything.
Pinstripe Tube Top and Shrug by Kim Guzman of CrochetKim
This top and shrug set is crocheted in Tunisian Crochet. The pattern is available in five sizes ranging from 2-10.
Firecracker Shrug by Posh Pooch Designs
The firecracker shrug is crocheted in a 30 by 22 rectangle. It’s got some lovely stripes to compliment the lacy design.
Scarlett Shrug by Moogly
The Scarlett shrug is available in all sizes from XS to 5X. Thus, this is the go-to pattern if making gifts as it’s great for teens and adults.
Blossom Shrug by American Crochet
The blossom shrug is available in a teen/adult small size. It has a bit of open lace, making it great for all seasons.
Lacy Love Shrug by Maz Kwok’s Designs
This shrug is crocheted in a sport weight yarn to give it a lovely drape. Plus, it’s got nice long sleeves, which makes it great for cooler days.
Ripple Shrug by 2 Crochet Hooks for Oombawka Design
The ripple shrug is not only stylish, but it’s also designed to be cozy for your upper body. Plus, this pattern gives you the stitch multiple you need to crochet this to any size you want.
Lacy Shell Sweater Shrug by Dearest Debi
This shrug features a lovely lace, which makes it perfect for your evening wear. Plus, it’s crocheted in a fine yarn, which helps to give it a gorgeous drape as well.
Marian’s Riding Hood – a Long Sleeved Cowl by KatiDCreations
This is technically a cowl, but it does cover the arms and upper back like a shrug. And it’s the perfect accessory for so many occasions. The technique used is broomstick lace.
Snug as a Bug in a Shrug by Swirls and Sprinkles
This pattern is designed to fit loosely on a child. However, the pattern does provide instructions for you to crochet this to any size you want.
Lacy Bolero by Knot Your Nana’s Crochet
Here is another shrug that is given in a child-size, but can be modified to fit any size. The stitch multiple is provided at the end of the pattern.
Criss Cross Cocoon Shrug by CrochetN’Crafts
This shrug pattern is given in several adult sizes, with instructions on how to modify for any size you need.
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