The Shawlette Collection
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Welcome to our exquisite shawlette knitting collection, where beauty and elegance intertwine to create stunning accessories that will elevate your style. Each pattern in this collection is meticulously designed to showcase the versatility and allure of shawlettes, allowing you to wrap yourself in comfort and grace.

Indulge in the captivating hues of the “Turquoise Shawlette,” where the soothing tones of turquoise transport you to serene waters. Experience the enchantment of the “Willow Crescent Shawlette,” as its flowing shape and intricate stitch patterns mirror the graceful branches of a willow tree. Let the “Cranberry Dreams Shawl” envelop you in warmth and elegance, as its rich cranberry hues evoke a sense of sophistication. Step into a realm of timeless beauty with the “Aurelia Shawlette.” Inspired by the golden glow of sunrise, this pattern showcases stunning textures and subtle lace details, inviting you to embrace the magic of a new day.

Each pattern in this shawlette knitting collection invites you to explore your creativity and embrace the artistry of knitting. From delicate lace to bold textures, these designs offer a range of options for every skill level and personal style. Wrap yourself in the elegance and allure of these patterns and discover the joy of creating stunning shawlettes that are as unique as you are.


The Honey & Lavender shawlette is a shallow crescent-shaped design that can be worn over a spring dress or outfit. The shawlette uses a flame or open flower-like lace pattern which represents a fiery spirit, a daring yet charming soul. Read More 

This lovely shawlette begins with working scallops that are worked separately in different colors and joined with another row of scallops to create a beautiful edging. Later, stitches are picked up at the straight edge and worked in a crescent shape creating this wonderful shawlette. 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 

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