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    Shawl Patterns

    This thread is for our designers to list their SHAWL PATTERNS. Please provide a link to your own website, or your pattern at etsy, lovecrafts, etc where purchasers can find your pattern for sale.

    I recommend using the following format:
    • Share a picture – everyone likes to see what it looks like
    • Yarn used in photo and weight of yarn
    • Gauge, needles
    • Yardage used
    • Link to the website where they can purchase the pattern
    • Other information you would consider important
    • USE TAGS! It may help folks find your patterns easier
    Last edited by Char; 01-30-2020, 09:24 AM.
    Knitting is happening here! ❤️

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    #2
    Dear friends - I am new here - thank you for accepting me!

    I am slowly moving all of my to my own site - not be affiliated with any movements - i only support love for knitting, crafting and yarn on my site - and mini poems.. i write sometimes

    see my latest shawl and the mini-poem i've dedicated to some hard times in my life (personal, family related):
    The empty echoes of good-byes
    In slow-motion passing by,
    My Dragon Tears were in vain,
    What was - is gone, what’s left - is pain…


    Dragon Tears is an asymmetric shawl, knitted from bottom up. It is full of textures and love, cables and twisted stitches, “nups and tucks”. It will keep you intrigued and interested during the knitting process, and will definitely become a statement piece once it is all knitted up, blocked and ready to be wrapped around your shoulders.


    thank you for reading, viewing and liking - and I hope someone likes this design of mine - any questions - i am always just a click away!

    warmest,
    Myla Vayner
    Myla's Knit Corner

    #mylasknitcorner
    #mylavayner
    #shawlpattern
    #mylasknitcorner
    #knitwithmyla
    #dragontearsshawl
    #dragontears
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    • knitter131
      knitter131 commented
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      MylaVayner thanks for listing this beautiful shawl and the link to your website. I really like the simplicity of your website, very easy to move around. I subscribed to your newsletter, and look forward to getting them.

    #3
    I like your patterns that I've seen. So often it's a matter of style preferences and I get excited when I see patterns that fit my clothing style. Thanks for posting, and best wishes on your store!

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      #4
      I've published my shawl
      on lovecrafts
      https://www.lovecrafts.com/en-gb/p/w...urteney-liddle

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      • knitter131
        knitter131 commented
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        It’s beautiful 😊

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      Hi everyone! I'd like to share with you my Rad Honey Shawl

      A surprisingly simple pattern repeat creates a beautifully textured fabric.

      A truly versatile pattern:
      Any weight of yarn.
      Any fiber.
      Choose two or more colors.
      Choose your own solid / striping rate.
      One sequence to remember.
      Make as big or small as you like.


      Yarn used for sample
      Lavender Lune Yarn Co. Fingering
      Color A: Raw Honey
      Color B: Rad AF

      Needle
      US4
      US6

      Gauge
      25 sts x 32 rows = 4”/10cm
      Stockinette, blocked

      Tools
      Tapestry needle

      Sample (after blocking)
      21” tall x 95” wide
      195g used

      Pattern is available for $3 on Lovecrafts, Payhip, Ravelry.

      #radhoneyshawl
      #knitshawl
      #fingeringweight
      #sequenceknitting
      #jentollknits
      #shawlpattern
      Last edited by JenTollKnits; 10-21-2020, 04:17 PM.

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        #6
        Originally posted by MylaVayner View Post
        Dear friends - I am new here - thank you for accepting me!

        I am slowly moving all of my to my own site - not be affiliated with any movements - i only support love for knitting, crafting and yarn on my site - and mini poems.. i write sometimes

        see my latest shawl and the mini-poem i've dedicated to some hard times in my life (personal, family related):
        The empty echoes of good-byes
        In slow-motion passing by,
        My Dragon Tears were in vain,
        What was - is gone, what’s left - is pain…


        Dragon Tears is an asymmetric shawl, knitted from bottom up. It is full of textures and love, cables and twisted stitches, “nups and tucks”. It will keep you intrigued and interested during the knitting process, and will definitely become a statement piece once it is all knitted up, blocked and ready to be wrapped around your shoulders.


        thank you for reading, viewing and liking - and I hope someone likes this design of mine - any questions - i am always just a click away!

        warmest,
        Myla Vayner
        Myla's Knit Corner

        #mylasknitcorner
        #mylavayner
        #shawlpattern
        #mylasknitcorner
        #knitwithmyla
        #dragontearsshawl
        #dragontears
        That texture is so satisfying!

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          This shawl is a blanket for your shoulders. My latest love, The Twisted Slipster Blanket Shawl. She is so soft and warm, like a good hug from a close friend. Her texture is beautiful and squishy and surprisingly easy to remember. It's beautiful in its simplicity, a perfect reprieve from today's crazies, perfect for Knitflixing, social knitting, or even DWK (drinking while knitting).

          You'll get into a meditative rhythm in no time with the easy to remember 4-row pattern repeat. The double sided ribbed border frames a lovely twisted texture on the "right" side, and an aesthetically pleasing texture on the "wrong" side, making it a truly double-sided accessory to be enjoyed anytime and anywhere.

          Basic Pattern Details

          Yarn
          Any worsted weight fiber will do.

          Yarn used for sample:
          Cloudborn Fibers Ltd Ed Alpaca Worsted
          100% Baby Alpaca, Color: Prism
          110 yds/100m, 50g/1.75oz
          9 skeins used, approx 985 yds

          Needle
          US8/5mm 24" circular (or 24" straight needles)

          Gauge
          17 sts x 25 rows = 4"/10cm
          Stockinette, not blocked
          Gauge is not critical other than for yarn amount and overall size

          Tools
          2 stitch markers, optional
          Tapestry needle

          Sample (blocked)
          15.5" wide x 61" long
          433g


          Pattern available for $3 on Payhip, Lovecrafts and Rav.

          #twistedslipstershawl
          #rectangleshawl
          #blanketwrap
          #oversizedshawl
          #knitshawl
          #worstedweight
          #slipstitches
          #jentollknits
          #shawlpattern
          Attached Files
          Last edited by JenTollKnits; 10-21-2020, 04:17 PM.

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            Let's celebrate the beauty of dualities, with the Dual Dualities Wrap!

            Choose a light and dark color of the same hue, or two contrasting colors of your choice. One will be a lace weight yarn, one will be fingering weight. Together they work up into a gorgeous and interesting wrap full of texture and aesthetic delight, wearable in so many different ways.

            The large wrap is worked flat starting with a field of linen with the yarns held together, then switching it up to alternating stripes and on to a large field of beautiful mosaic, finishing with more stripes and a final field of linen. It is intended to be an extra long and luxurious wrap. The generous sizing makes it easy to wear and can be styled in many different ways, and the linen fields on the ends provide just enough weight to help keep it in place. But you could also easily adjust the size to suit your personal taste!

            Written instructions and mosaic chart provided.
            Video tutorial for stockinette mosaic available on my YouTube Channel.


            BASIC PATTERN INFO
            Yarn (This is what I used. You do not need to use the same.)
            A - Sublime Baby Cashmere Merino Silk 4 ply - Fingering
            75% Extra Fine Merino 20% Silk 5% Cashmere
            50g, 184yds/170m Shade 0100
            B - Austermann Kid Silk - Lace
            75% Mohair 25% Silk
            25g, 246 yds/225m Shade 21

            Needle
            US4/3.5mm
            US8/5mm
            24” circulars recommended, but long straights will do

            Gauge
            24 sts x 44 rows = 4”/10cm
            linen stitch pattern, blocked

            Tools
            Stitch markers (optional)
            Tapestry needle

            Sample
            84 1/4” long x14” wide
            319g used

            Stitch Patterns
            Linen Stitch (yarns held together)
            Stockinette Stripes
            Stockinette Mosaic

            Pattern available for $6.50 on Payhip, Lovecrafts and Rav.

            #dualdualitieshawl
            #knitshawl
            #fingeringandlace
            #mosaicknitting
            #jentollknits
            #shawlpattern
            Attached Files
            Last edited by JenTollKnits; 10-21-2020, 04:17 PM.

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              #9
              SWEDEN IN SPRING
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              This elegant shawl has an intriguing texture, different on either side but equally as beautiful. The 4 stitch repeat is worked flat with i-cords at either end. Its generous length makes it effortless to wear, and it is a chic finishing touch to any ensemble.

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              I love a long, rectangular wrap. They're so easy to wear, look good with everything, and are so cozy! This wrap has the added bonus of being truly double-sided. You'll finish knitting it faster than you think thanks to a four stitch pattern repeat that's incredibly easy to remember. It's the arrangement of the stitches that creates the fabulous, double-sided fabric.


              Basic Pattern Info:
              Use any DK weight fiber you'd like close to your skin in your favorite color, and choose an optional accent yarn for the i-cord edging. I used two fingering yarns held double for the marled pink.

              Yarn
              Knitting Fever KFI Luxury Collection Adonis DK
              50% Wool, 50% Silk
              3.52oz/100g; 218 yds/200m
              Color: Lapis Blue, 5 skeins
              Optional accent colored yarn(s) for i-cord accented ends.
              (I used two different pink fingering yarns held together.)

              Needle
              US8
              US6 for i-cord

              Gauge
              20 sts x 25 rows = 4”
              Stockinette, unblocked
              Gauge is not critical other than for yarn amount and overall size.
              Stockinette is not used in the pattern.

              Tools
              Stitch marker
              Tapestry needle

              Sample (after blocking)
              approx 17“ x 76”


              Buy pattern now. Also available on Lovecrafts, Ravelry and Ribblr.

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                #10
                Wrap yourself in a serene embrace with this generously sized rectangular wrap.

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                A timelessly beautiful field of 3-color interlocking squares is easily achieved with slipping of stitches. There are no floats to contend with in this style of color work making it very achievable even for the newest of knitters. A simple 6-row repeat of knits, purls and slipped stitches is really easy to remember, and becomes wonderfully meditative. Energize the stitches with thoughts of love, joy, patience, serenity, or whatever you wish for the wearer.

                The wrap is worked flat, with 2x2 rib on the ends and i-cord edging bordering the classic 3-color dice check pattern. You’ll get into a quick rhythm of repeats of knits, purls and slipped stitches to easily create the sophisticated fabric of this beautiful wrap. This pattern is suitable for beginners and advanced knitters alike.

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                Basic Pattern Info:

                Yarn
                Knit Picks Swish DK
                1 skein = 123 yds (112m), 50g (1.76 oz)
                A - Delft Heather (Blue) 5 skeins
                B - Indigo Heather (Purple) 3 skeins
                C - Forest Heather (Green) 4 skeins

                Needle
                US8/5mm

                Gauge
                20 sts x 25 rows = 4”
                stockinette, unblocked
                Gauge is not critical other than for yarn amount and overall size.
                Stockinette is not used in the pattern.


                Tools
                Tapestry needle

                Sample (after blocking)
                approx 17“ x 87”
                1451 yds used / 547g
                Buy Pattern now for $3. Also available on Lovecrafts, Ravelry and Ribblr.

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