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

Pineapple Shawl

Pineapples have historically symbolized hospitality and to this day are found adorning the gates and walkways of important homes. Adorned with three dozen pineapples of its own, this fun shawl should make you feel right at home whenever you wear it.

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Blue Surf Shawl

Reminiscent of bubbles on the surf, this is the shawl you’ll wear well into the summer. Knitted in one piece, this pattern is adaptable in length as well. The lace pattern needs attention as it is worked on wrong side rows as well.

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Lavande Shawl

A crescent, sideways shawl is the pattern you’ll be excited to knit in anticipation of chilly spring days. The colorway features lavender and mint hues for a refreshing addition to your spring wardrobe.

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Celesta Crescent Shawl

The Celesta, a new instrument that Russian composer Tchaikovsky discovered in Paris, was famously used in the Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Inspired by the “heavenly sweet” sound made from this instrument — words Tchaikovsky used to describe it — this crescent-shaped shawl is easy to wear and lays nicely without a shawl pin.

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Visions of Sugar Plums Shawl

When the children are nestled all snug in their bed, the Visions of Sugar Plums Shawl pattern will be waiting for you! Whether you are knitting the night before Christmas or getting a head start, this top-down lacy shawl captures the true spirit of the season.

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