Browse this collection of knitting shawl patterns and knitting wrap patterns.

Succulent Leaves Shawl


This is a sideways shawl that was inspired by a unique leaf stitch pattern that is reminiscent of beautiful leaves seen on succulents. The shawl is crescent shawl with a thick cable atop the lace border even pretty enough to be flower petals.

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Stuck On You Shawl


The flowering cactus is often the focal point of a cactus garden, having unique ribbed leaves with fluted edges and spines. Similarly, this bottom-up crescent shawl, featuring a vibrant tonal coloring from hand-dyed yarn, is bound to become the focal point in your wardrobe. Inspired by the delicate design of cactus flowers, you’ll love how beautiful this project looks in person.

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Dancing Lights Shawl & Scarf


When looking at the northern lights it appears that they are moving in many different directions. The lace pattern in this shawl was created to mimic that effect, creating many different lines for the eye to follow. This triangular shawl is knit from the top using a simple pattern and stitch markers.

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Let it Snow Shawl


This cozy shawl is inspired by slowly falling snowflakes, which are created with purl stitches. The shawl is framed by a border of moss stitches. Fringes attached to both ends complete the shawl.

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Eggnog Stole


This merino wool wrap is for cuddling up on cold days. Garter stitch borders the textured parallelogram section in the middle, which in certain lighting looks like chevrons running up the length of the wrap. The majority of stitches in this shawl are knits making it work up very quickly, but the I-Cord edge and textured section in the middle are complicated enough to keep you interested.

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Aztec Poncho


This piece is everything you need in a classic autumn-to-winter piece: stylish, easy to wear and warm! Knit in one piece from the top down, this tweedy showstopper will be your favorite piece in no time.

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Coastal Cover Up


This pretty lace poncho is a casual alternative to a summer cardigan – and much easier to knit than a sweater! It features different lace combinations broken up by rows of stockinette stitch. Cover-up for the beach or wear as a poncho for summer errands.

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