Shawls

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


Leilani Shawl

This light shawlette is perfect for spring layering. Its crescent shape and large garter stitch portion is very easy to knit and the feminine lace pattern works up quite intuitively. Using just one skein of fingering weight yarn, this is the perfect opportunity to treat yourself or a loved one with some luxury yarn.

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Paloma Shawl

Paloma has a center panel with an arrow motif, surrounded on each side by a faux crochet lace pattern that makes it light and breezy. The bottom border mimics the center chevrons and is self scalloping. You’ll love incorporating this piece into your existing wardrobe!  

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Honey Bee Wrap

The Honey Bee Wrap is an arrow-shaped wrap, pointy at one end and V-shaped at the other end. It is knit in sections (like a sampler shawl) with some easy, mindless stitches like garter and stockinette, and interspersed with interesting sections of bobbles, honeycomb lace and stripes.

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Marina Di Chioggia Capelet

This capelet is worked in the round from the bottom up, with a simple honeycomb lace pattern hiding behind front pleats and repeated at the back. This lace pattern is reminiscent of the texture and color of Marina Di Chioggia pumpkins. Basic stockinette and garter stitch let the pleats take center stage in a cozy accessory that will stay put around your shoulders when fall’s chill arrives.

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Jarrahdale Shawl

This is a crescent, sideways shawl inspired by a unique stitch pattern that’s reminiscent of Jarrahdale Pumpkin leaves along the border. The yarn colorway is subtle and the striping colors blend delicately into the next color. The shawls lends itself to be draped over the shoulder to provide added warmth for those breezy fall days.

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Musquée de Provence Shawl

The Musquée de Provence Shawl is knit from top to bottom, starting with a garter tab cast on. Yarn over increases border the edges and frame the spine of this triangular shawl. Take a deep breath of cool autumn air with this shawl draped across your shoulders or wrapped around your neck. Multiple textures accentuate color changes through the shawl, including garter, stockinette, seed and ribbing stitches.

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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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