Shawls

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


Field of Daisies Shawl

The Field of Daisies shawl was inspired by the floral trend appearing on the runways and can bring a little bit of the color and quirk to your wardrobe. The shawl is designed with the patterning of delicate daisy motifs and simple garter stitch borders. The daisies pattern is worked at the two short ends of the shawl (option 1), but it can also be repeated throughout the shawl (option 2).

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Sweet Cinnamon Wrap

Wrap yourself up to keep cozy as we head into fall and winter. This wrap is a fantastic project for newer knitters, and a great introduction to charts and patterns since the pattern always builds on the rows beneath it in a predictable way. Featuring the Cascade Yarns Aereo in Provence (just like the Harvest Poncho pattern also in this issue), this is one of our favorites for the new season.

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Harvest Poncho

Two rectangles are sewn together to create this poncho. The pattern is completely reversible and starts and ends with a 2×2 ribbing edge. This poncho is cozy and warm and features the Cascade Yarns Aereo in Provence just like the Sweet Cinnamon Scarf!

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Color Me Plaid Brioche Wrap

What makes this brioche wrap special is the fully reversible syncopated 4-color brioche design. Color changes are preceded by a group of garter stitches which make this syncopating process so easy to remember. The garter stitches are later decorated vertically, by pulling purple colored strands of yarn through the purl bumps. This beautiful piece is definitely what your closet needs this season.  

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Alyssum Wrap

Alyssum, named for the sweet alyssum flower that grows in the fall, is a beautiful pattern for a wrap which is double sided (both sides look similar) and stays flat. Adding fringe to both ends adds to the beauty of the design and helps it drape like a waterfall of color.

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Ocean Spray Shawl

Ocean Spray is a long triangular shawlette or scarf that is just the right length to wrap around the neck once. Garter stitch is knit to a looser gauge to create a soft cushy fabric that drapes nicely, and the lacy edge provides interest and charm. This shawlette is perfect to wear underneath a coat or as an accent piece in warmer weather.

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