Angel Wings Shawl Pattern


Angel Wings Shawl Pattern


Angel Wings Shawl Pattern
Angel Wings Shawl Pattern

Here's a decorative and wearable shawl that can be created by following this easy crochet pattern. This Angel Wings Shawl Pattern is a wonderful DIY clothing design that is perfect for the holiday season or just when it starts to get cold outside. Add this beautiful piece of clothing to your wardrobe today. You will want to wear it every single day.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

This oversized crochet shawl is a bigger design meant to wrap around your body and keep you warm. 

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Love this!

I'm looking for the little critters to make

This is beautiful. It's completely different than others I have made. The pattern is so easy to follow too. It doesn't take much yarn and it will make up quickly once you get into the stitch repeat pattern. This would also be very pretty in a pastel color for early spring.

Love the angel wings shawl. It is so beautiful. Will make a perfect gift for my aunt who has been dropping hints that she would love to have one. Looks super simple to make as there is only five rows in the base of this before it starts repeating. This will be an easy gift to make.

I really like the look of this Angel Wings Shawl Pattern. The written pattern is easy to follow and easy to understand if you know the stitches. I can see this being done in a light weight yarn for the summer and a medium weight yarn for the late fall and winter. I saved this one and will be making a few of these. Thank you so much for this free crochet pattern.

making the minion was great fun to do. have a go .i have they neat

This is by far my favorite shawl to make and have made at least 5 for my prayer shawl ministry. Once you understand that row 1 is the cast on row then the rest is a piece of cake. Will be making many more of them.

Dear Julie, thank you so much for allowing me to have the Angel Wing shawl pattern. My grandmother had a similar shawl and she always wore it. It means so much to me to be able to crochet such a special shawl! Your website is fantastic! thanks again for providing the world with such a nice and educational site Sincerely, Dee.

I am looking for instructions for a crocheted angel bookmark that was featured a few weeks ago. If anyone has it I would appreciate if you could e-mail it to me at Thank you

This patter is beautiful but it is hard to read. I even tried to have and advance crocheter try it and she couldn't get past row three. There are too many () or something. Would love to make this if the instructions were more clear.

Try the version on Crochetville

I am not fond of shawl patterns but this one I just had to make up. It works well as a prayer shawl, is attractive, is easy enough for someone just learning the basic crochet stitches but interesting enough to keep an experienced hooker like me engaged. I made it in a cream color. I liked that each row uses 3 shell stitches.

The pattern for the photo shown above is "Angel Baby" by Julee which is a "break off" from her "Angel Wings" pattern. The link to "Angel Baby" is This is also a free pattern at Ravelry.

This angel wing shawl pattern displays white but when you go to get the pattern it's pink and the pattern is different. Why is it so? I like the white one.

The photo of the white shawl above does not look like the ones with the pattern... the pattern seems to use a shell stitch where as the photo above seems more of open... also larger than the photos in the pattern... What did you do differently?

this is a must shawl. It's stunning!

@bwise20 6027112, To print the full pattern, try going to the page with the full pattern and highlighting the text, then right-click on it. You'll get a window that gives you the option to "copy." Do that, and then paste the text into a word document. You should be able print that document that way. --Editor of AllFreeCrochet

I have been trying to print the angel wing shaw, but I can only print part of it. I just love angels and would love to make this shaw. Thanks, Joan

the actual Angel Wing pattern in available for download on Ravelry, it is a free pattern and you can download it as a Pdf which then you can either print it out or just have it up on screen, here is the link. The reason that when you click to go to the screen of the link for this pattern it is a different colour and also possibly a different yarn. With the pictures on Ravelry there are 2 that look exactly like this Regards Vicki not sure but apologise if not supposed to place links in comments here is the ravelry link


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