This triangular knit shawl is a perfect blend of comfort and style. It’s slightly oversized, giving it a really cozy feel. If you’re looking for something to wrap up in at home on a cold day or to add warmth as you run errands around town, this is the pattern for you.
This asymmetrical knit shawl is best for intermediate knitters looking for a soothing stitch session. Its repeating bands of seed stitch and lace make the pattern easy to memorize and produce a textured, stripe effect. If you’re looking to use up one of your thinner yarns, this one is a great choice because it’s written for fingering weight yarn.
Wild Dunes is a beautiful piece for any knitter looking to add a touch of sophistication to their wardrobe. It’s knit in a lace-weight yarn at a relatively loose gauge, which means it is lightweight but still insulating. The crescent shape has a stockinette stitch base, giving it a smooth and sleek appearance, while the lace border adds a touch of glamour.
The Cushlough Wrap is one of the prettiest rectangular wraps I’ve seen in a long time. It uses lots of squishy texture that is perfect for adding warmth and comfort to any outfit. With its easy-to-follow pattern and versatility, this knit shawl is a great choice for both confident beginners and more advanced knitters.
Everybody loves a free shawl pattern, but that’s especially true for one that is worked up in a simple, soothing stitch. The Grandmillennial Shawl is an asymmetrical triangle shawl with a seed stitch body and a soft, ruffled trim. While the sample shows the ruffle knit with silk-mohair yarn, you can also use a suri alpaca if mohair doesn’t work for you.