The Shawl Patterns Collection: 5 Trendy Shawl Designs
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Lacy stitches, pops of color, trendy tassels—these shawls have everything a knitter needs to last a multitude of seasons. In need of a lightweight piece that’s perfect for summer? We’ve got you covered. Want something that’s in style and cozy and ready for an autumn stroll? We’ve got you. Already knit your fair share of shawls and are ready to try something new? We’ve got that handled too with our unique shawl vest pattern! Dive in and discover something you’ll truly love.
Theia is a bi-colored airy wrap with two versions. This version is worked in the Right Bias and you can follow the pattern to also make a Left Bias version as well. Wear as a scarf or as a wrap, depending on the season! Read More
This cozy triangular shawl is easy to make and wonderful to wear. The whole pattern is created using the garter stitch which makes it a breeze to work up! Complete with tassels to add some funky flair, this fun shawl is simple enough for a beginner but beautiful enough for knitters of all skill levels to love. Read More
Ramona is the update to the traditional shawl that you didn’t know you needed! Extended front edges drape gracefully to form a scarf-like waterfall collar on this easy-to-wear garment that is appropriate for any occasion. The body is worked in an overall ric-rac openwork pattern, while seed stitch is used for the collar and as an edging at the armholes. Read More
Brianne is a gorgeous wrap worked in a slip stitch pattern that creates a look of basket weave. The fringe-like edging adds to the beauty of the design. Read More
Aurelia is a semi-circular shawlette featuring alternating bands of stockinette eyelets and two-color slip stitch bands. Wear as a traditional shawl or wrapped like a scarf for extra warmth. It’s just the project you need this season. Read More