10 Free Crochet Lace Patterns That Will Keep You In Style

Since we’ve been talking about lace a lot lately, I thought I would do a post with a bunch of free crochet lace pattern links! Lace is one of my absolute favorites things to crochet. The links I will include below are for patterns either on some awesome crochet blogs, or available as free Ravelry downloads. 

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Free Crochet Lace Patterns

As you can probably tell from the image above, there will be a variety of types of projects for you to choose from—shawls, tops, scarves, and even a purse!

I’m having trouble choosing a favorite; they’re all so beautiful! Help me out and comment at the bottom of this post, saying which pattern is YOUR favorite!

#1. Barcelona Kimono

This lovely pattern is by Jessica, the author of the blog Mama In a Stitch. She has a beautiful blog with lots of free patterns! This lace kimono is one of my favorites. 🙂 The yarn used is Lion Brand’s Mandala, an inexpensive yarn that comes in gorgeous colorways! Plus, the kimono is super easy to make! It is literally made out of rectangles—no shaping at all!

Click here for the free pattern!

Lace Pattern Roundup

#2: I Promise You Pineapples Shawl

Isn’t this shawl absolutely beautiful?! It is made in sport weight yarn, and obviously incorporates the classic pineapple stitch. I don’t think I will ever grow tired of making pineaples—they’re just so pretty! 🙂

Click here for the free pattern!

#3. Helena Shawl

Oh wait, this sounds familiar… 🙂 Yes, this is my free crochet pattern! It is very easy to make—please check it out! It is perfect for beginners.

Click here for the free pattern!

Helena Shawl

#4. Poncho-Style Summer Crochet Top

Isn’t this top adorable?! When I saw this pattern on the Make and Do Crew Blog, I knew I wanted to include it! Like the Barcelona kimono, this top is made from simple rectangles, and the yarn is also from Lion Brand: Cotton Bamboo Yarn. A perfect, light blend for summer garments!

Click here for the free pattern!

Lace Pattern Roundup

#5. Pineapple Grocery Bag

Wouldn’t this be the coolest grocery bag/purse to carry around? I love the way the pineapples are incorporated into the design! It is made in fingering weight yarn.

Click here for the free pattern!

Lace Pattern Roundup

#6. Silky Crochet Scarf

This pattern is a bit more difficult, as it requires some experienced techniques. However, it is still a beautiful pattern, and if you’ve been crocheting for a long time, you should be fine!

Click here for the free pattern!

#9: Ocean Kiss Summer Wrap

This shawl has such a unique, beautiful lace touch! It is made using one skein of Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball. I absolutely LOVE this yarn! It is made of cotton and acrylic, giving it a wonderful soft texture. Plus, it comes in various colorways that are absolutely beautiful!

Click here for the free pattern!.

#8: Honeycomb Kid’s Cowl

This is another one of my free patterns! Any little girl will love this bright Spring cowl. It is a quick make that should whip up in no time!

Click here for the free pattern!

Honeycomb Kid's Cowl

#9: Clamshell Lace Vest

This vest, on Salty Pearl Crochet, is so pretty, don’t you think? A perfect light summer accessory.

Click here for the free pattern!

Lace Pattern Roundup

#10. Triangular Lace Shawl

Last, but certainly not least, is this pretty shawl by Anne Regourd. I love the lace detail in this pattern. It does not include a written pattern, only a chart—but don’t worry, charts are not hard to read! If you have any questions about them, please contact me. I will also be doing a post on this soon!

Click here for the free pattern!

Lace Pattern Roundup

I hope you enjoyed browsing all these beautiful lace patterns—I sure had fun finding them all!

If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I would love to help! Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram and Pinterest for lots more crochet inspiration!


Happy crocheting!

— Rachel 🙂

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  1. I agree with you Rachel, finding a favourite is hard! I changed my mind every time I scrolled to the next one!! This is a lovely mix of lace crochet you’ve put together, I think #10 might be my fave!!! 💕

  2. I feel very honored that you think my crochet pattern is worth to be included in a blog post. Your blog is really beautiful!
    All the best, Arlene

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