Shawls

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


Wheat Harvest Shawl

This is a bottom up crescent shawl with a stitch pattern reminiscent of the harvesting of the rows of winter wheat. There is an airy contrasting color border that is blocked into points. The size and shape of the shawl lends itself to be worn either traditionally or draped in a number of ways around the neck, enhancing any outfit for any occasion.

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Freshwater Fringe Shawl

This design is an easy but outstanding wrap with simple lace patterns. Worked from one tip to the other, this shawl design is versatile because gauge is not crucial. Switch on your imagination and get heavier yarn to create a shawl that’s perfect for even colder weather.

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Tier Me Roar Shawl

Introducing a modern take on a frilly Shawl. This shawl is knit with two complementary colors of lace weight yarn to give it an extra flouncy and airy feel. Optional fun tassels add a contemporary feel to this quirky shawl.

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Lotus Horizon Shawl

Bright, jewel-toned bands of simple lace flow through a speckled river of garter stitch in this graceful, fingering-weight shawl. Each lace band represents an Egyptian hieroglyphic symbol (flax, house, lotus) and teaches a new, simple lace stitch that is easy to memorize and a treat to learn.

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Hibiscus Shawl

As light and delicate as the petals of a hibiscus flower, this shawl is the answer to your summer knitting woes. This shawl is worked in blocks, making it a portable design while it’s in progress. Once finished, it is lightweight enough to wear even on the warmest days.  

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Sea Salt Shawl

This soft and airy asymmetrical shawl is the perfect companion to the beach on any warm summer day. Its repetitive design is a breeze to work up and ideal for any knitter who is new to lace knitting or any experienced knitter that is looking for an easy, on-the-go pattern.    

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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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