Shawls

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


Mint for You Shrug

On your big day—or any other special occasion—you want to be wearing something that is both personally meaningful and one of a kind. This stunning shrug can live up to that challenge due to the floral lace stitch interspersed with many little shiny beads and its beaded picot bind off.

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Butterfly Wing Stole

Inspired by the dramatic beauty that can be found in nature, this stole adds grace to any dress, formal or casual. The design features a center panel of eyelet motifs flanked by cascading, petal-like curves that resemble ornate butterfly wings.

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Lady Rosé Shawl

Arranged in a sophisticated drape, the timeless beauty of the Lady Rosé Shawl will set you apart from the crowd. The crescent shape and thick lace trim will make it a special addition to any outfit, so wrap up in this on your way out for a cool summer evening.

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Ruby Stole

Master simple short rows, twisted stitches, and basic lace by working up the Ruby Stole. Its many different elements combine to form a pear shape inspired by one of the many forms rubies take. This versatile piece can complement both your day dresses and your more upscale night attire.

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Opal Shawl

This beautiful trapezoid shawl starts from the edge of the neck and flows into two mesmerizing lace patterns. With a scalloped edge and a crochet chain bind off, this design is as unique as it is chic.

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Sapphire Shawl

This elegant shawl was inspired by the birthstone of September: sapphire. The lace pattern is reminiscent of large sapphires surrounded by smaller stones. The triangular shawl is knit from the top down using a single pattern with a long repeat.

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Flipping Your Fins Shawl

This is a bottom up crescent shawl that was inspired by the arrival of June. The vibrant tonal coloring of this hand-dyed yarn from the swatch reminds us of the many blues and greens one appreciates while watching the waves in the summer evenings. The size and shape of the shawl lends itself to be worn either traditionally or draped in a number of ways around the neck.

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Fine Feather Shawl

Fine Feather Shawl

This elegant double knit shawl was inspired by a folded peacock tail. The teardrop shaping is achieved through the use of simple increase and decreases. Wear it as a shawl or a scarf with jeans and a long-sleeved tee.

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Shawl You’ll Ever Need

Shawl You’ll Ever Need

This lovely lacy shawl is knit left to right using a relaxing, easy-to-memorize lace stitch pattern. As you knit, you will increase from the cast on end until you reach the body of the shawl. One end of the piece includes a pouch-like shape designed to fit around one shoulder to aid in easy wear. See our photo tutorial below for tips on how to style this project!

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Alexandrite Shawl

June’s birthstone is the ever-changing alexandrite. This is a bottom-up crescent shawl inspired by the colorful alexandrite stone which ranges in colors from pink to purple to green to blue and more. The size and shape of the shawl lends itself to be worn traditionally or draped around the neck, enhancing any outfit for any occasion.

(P.S. Pearl is an alternative birthstone for June. You can knit this shawl in the eggshell colorway if you wish to have a pearl version of this shawl.)

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