In continuing with our third week of all things Fall Crochet Fashion Trends of 2015, I bring to you Neck & Shoulder Wear. I have a round up of 15 free patterns of the shawl, wrap, scarf and cowl variety. These designs are trending in color and style. Another timeless classic, is the fringe. The fringe jazzes up a piece giving it an airy and fashionable flow, especially the shawl or wrap. You will also see the granny square. It just keeps popping up in different styles!
The beauty of these designs is that you can crochet them in your favorite colors, or in one or more colors that are currently trending. Take the Unique Lace Wrap by Cre8tion Crochet, for example. The wrap incorporates several colors, or variations of, that are currently trending like Stormy Weather, Biscay Bay, Reflecting Pond and Amethyst Orchid. These colors blend well together giving the wrap a tranquil and warm aura.
The possibilities are endless with these 15 free crochet patterns. Which of these will you make for yourself or someone else? I have my eye on several of these already.
Neck & Shoulder Wear
15 Free Patterns – Shawls, Wraps, Scarves & Cowls
With colorful zig zags and long fringe, this wrap is just plain fun. The best part is, it’s so easy to make!
This crochet wrap was created to be worn a variety of ways, with a simple addition of an I-cord tie, you can wear this wrap in many different ways.
The gorgeous colors throughout the wrap along with the lacy crochet pattern catch your eye differently depending on how it is worn.
This oversize wrap combines simple stitches with a creative twist to make them pop. Created all with dc and chains only.
Some of the chains are left alone for an open look, while others are twisted into a jacobs ladder.
These changes in texture give this wrap a great overall look that is easy to achieve.
The colors are reminiscent of wine country, grapes ripening in the sun, cool green leaves, and winding vineyard branches.
The wrap is constructed with four classic granny squares joined together to make a lovely wrap; a perfect project for crocheters of all experience levels.
Super quick and easy to make. It can be made with or without fringe in an evening.
This lovely pattern is also popular for use as a prayer shawl.
You will be remembered in the Unforgettably Lovely Cowl! The colorway of the yarn is beautiful in itself. The pattern that is created with the stitching plays delightfully with the colorway. Yes, you will be Unforgettably Lovely!
It’s hard to believe that this colorful shawl is made with just one color of yarn. The motifs are joined as you are making it, which means there is little finishing.
Our crochet Clapochet is also worked on the diagonal, with chain spaces peppered throughout to create a texture similar to the original Clapotis. If variegated yarn is used, it will stripe with the texture instead of against it, but the final result is just as versatile as the original in that it may be scrunched up and worn as a scarf or spread out and worn as a shawl.
This is an easy, half a granny shape that will form a triangular shawl.
Fall Time is here and this scarf screams fall colors and textures!
This fabulous fuzzy scarf is a warm and stylish alternative to fur.
Whew… that was quite a bit! Well, there’s more coming next week when we continue with the Fall Crochet Fashion Trends of 2015 with more scarves and cowls. Those are definitely must haves in the Fall. If you are just joining us, be sure to read our Fall Crochet Fashion Trends of 2015 article, here, and check out the Ponchos, Capelets, and Sweaters round up, here.
This round up was compiled by Cre8tion Crochet Contributor Dianne Hunt.
Dianne is the owner of Same DiNamics Crochet. The name Same DiNamics is very special to her. It came about at a time where she needed something in her life. She started bloggingby doing book reviews, which she still does. Dianne re-discovered crocheting about 3 years ago, she added ‘Crochet’ to her blog name for easy recognition. She has not let the hook down ever since. Her goal in crocheting is to learn as much as she can and do amazing things. She is following the journey that has been set before her. You can find Diane on Ravelry, her blog or facebook.