In this post I introduce to you 8 free Shawl in a Ball Patterns. If you love to crochet with color as much as I do, then you probably have heard of Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball yarn. If not, then I’m happy to introduce you to this amazing yarn and a few gorgeous patterns!
Shawl in a Ball is one of my favorite yarns and honestly, I don’t think it gets enough credit. It comes in numerous different colorways including pastels, neutrals, metallics and darker tones. Some of my favorites are Pastel Pixie, Mindful Mauve and Community Coral. It comes in 22 different colorways and consists of an acrylic and cotton blend. Although it is classified as a #4 weight yarn, I think it could pass for a lighter #3 yarn.
Below are a few of my favorite free Shawl in a Ball patterns. Each pattern gives a different take on this yarn that I’m sure you’re gonna love. Enjoy!
8 Shawl in a Ball Crochet Patterns
First, is a pattern by A Purpose and a Stitch. This is a great beginner cardigan pattern. I love the oversized look to this cardigan. The pockets are a nice touch as well! I love that Bernadette keeps the assembly and sewing easy enough for a beginner. A perfect piece for both the spring and fall months!
I absolutely love the boho look and feel of this kimono pattern! It has a beautiful and flowy drape that can be worn over your favorite shirt or tank. My favorite part of this kimono is the beautiful stitch and fringe it features.
Next is the beautiful Cascade Cardigan by Stepahine. This design is such a gorgeous cardigan that can be worn with your favorite top and leggings. It has a flowy romantic feel to it. I love the generous collar and the drape of this cardigan as well. A perfect date night sweater!
This shawl features a unique “pac man” shape that makes it easy to wear and to crochet. This pattern is made in a half circle allowing it to drape perfectly over your shoulders. Wear it over a dress or with your favorite jeans and a tank top.
More Free Patterns
This lightweight kimono pattern is a quick and easy project that is perfect for beginners. The entire Kimono is made of two large rectangular panels made up of double crochet stitches. Pretty easy, right? The fringe adds a nice touch as well!
This top pattern is crocheted in a simple single crochet double crochet repeat. Because this pattern incorporates easy stitches, it makes for a great beginner pattern. It consists of making two identical panels that are sewn together. Sleeves are then added by crocheting in rounds. This is a great transition piece that can be worn with leggings or jeans.
This vest pattern is a great beginner crochet project that is made from two simple rectangles. This is a simple yet gorgeous design that both novice and experienced crocheters can tackle. I just love the effortless flowy design of this vest!
This gorgeous triangle shawl is made entirely with the v-stitch making it a quick project. This is another lightweight and airy shawl that is perfect for the transitioning weather. You can make this beautiful design with only 150g of yarn!
Thank you so much for following along with all these gorgeous patterns.