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.View Project
Browse this collection of knitting shawl patterns and knitting wrap patterns.
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.View Project
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.View Project
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!View Project
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.)View Project
May’s birthstone is the gorgeous emerald. This knit shawl features jewel motifs embedded in a delicate lace lattice in an emerald green hue. Pair this shawl with emerald jewelry and you’ll be stunning in green.View Project
April’s birthstone is the stunning diamond. Diamonds can be a knitter’s best friend, too! Diamond motifs large and small sprinkle this rectangular wrap. Plant fibers keep this project suitable for warmer months, and a metallic thread woven through the yarn gives it just the right special sparkle.View Project
March’s birthstone is the brilliant blue aquamarine. This pattern is simply luscious – the twist stitch pattern adds texture, which is only enhanced by the density of color in this hand-dyed yarn. Warm, cozy and fashionable, it’s as fun to wear as it is to knit.View Project
This is a sideways shawl that was inspired by a unique leaf stitch pattern that is reminiscent of beautiful leaves seen on succulents. The shawl is crescent shawl with a thick cable atop the lace border even pretty enough to be flower petals.View Project
The flowering cactus is often the focal point of a cactus garden, having unique ribbed leaves with fluted edges and spines. Similarly, this bottom-up crescent shawl, featuring a vibrant tonal coloring from hand-dyed yarn, is bound to become the focal point in your wardrobe. Inspired by the delicate design of cactus flowers, you’ll love how beautiful this project looks in person.View Project