Knitting patterns for shawls or wraps with an extra touch or feature like sleeves or twists. Many of the patterns are free
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Which Way Wrap
Ruana style wrap knit with a 2 row repeat Garter Rib with buttons along the sides so it can be worn as a poncho or a cardigan. Designed by Premier Yarns Design Team Rated easy by the designer. Worsted weight yarn.
This easy shawl is knit in garter stitch with rows of eyelets. Wear it as a regular wrap or with hood up. Designed by Erin Kate Archer for Red Heart. Rated easy by the designer. Worsted weight yarn.
Knit entirely in garter stitch, the buttonhole placement on this elegant, drapey shawl made allows for multiple styling options. Wear it as a poncho, cardigan, and more. One size but easily adapted to other sizes by making longer or using heavier yarn and larger needles. Uses 2 skeins of any fingering weight yarn. Designed by Karen Grover. Rated very easy by Ravelrers.
This cabled scarf with buttons along the side and added ribbons can turn into a cardigan, shrug, hood, and more. Bulky yarn. Designed by Amanda Williams for Knitty
More Free Patterns
This easy belted wrap was inspired by a “sweater-scarf” from 1917, in the early years that women worked with the Red Cross. It is made from a knit rectangle and belt. Designed by Julie Farmer for Red Heart.
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Do What You Want
Verstale striped poncho knit flat in one piece and buttoned, so it can be worn many different ways. Aran weight yarn. Designed by Emma Andersson.
This versatile accessory by Robyn M. Schrager can be worn many different ways. Knit one rectangle in a drop-stitch cable and garter pattern and then make a clever Y-shaped seam to fashion the armholes. You can now wear the Crosshatch as a swing vest, a sleeveless jacket: with tuxedo cutaway styling, or draped with a handkerchief neckline and fastened at the shoulder with a shawl pin. Knit in lace yarn on large needles.
This lace stole by Sarah Hatton can be worn as a scarf, shrug, cape, poncho or bolero depending on how it is buttoned. One of the 22 designs from the book Scarves, Shrugs and Shawls
Patterns for Purchase
Hertha Shawl & Sleeves
Versatile lace shawl with a shawl collar, that can be worn as a scarf around the neck, a shawl around the shoulders, or as a top if worn upside down and pinned together with a shawl pin. Matching sleeves in the same lace pattern with shadow triangles in half stocking stitch and half garter stitch. Designed by Linda Marveng.
Syndra Cowl & Sleeves
Versatile lace cowl wrap to warm your shoulders and the matching loose sleeve armwarmers. Knit in the round using a beautiful reversible lace stitch pattern called Reverse Fern Stitch. DK weight yarn. Designed by Linda Marveng.
Wrap Me Up Sweater Scarf
Versatile scarf with sleeves. Wrap it around your neck like a normal scarf, insert your arms into the cuffs and pull down the section around your neckfor a cozy little wrap . Wear it as a stunning wedding wrap, or pair a tee and some ripped jeans for a cozy campfire with the gals, or drape it around your shoulders on top of a little black dress for date night, this piece is perfect for all occasions. DK weight yarn. Designed by Knitatude.
Loops Convertible Accessory
Loops is the one accessory you have been waiting for! Simple to knit, with a striking two color design, and endless possibilities to wear: shrug, cowl, capelet, scarf, and more! DK weight yarn. Rated easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Martina Behm.
Combination Sweater and Cowl
This ingenious convertible pattern takes a strip of flat knitting like a scarf and with clever assembly makes a versatile accessory.