This super simple knit shawl is exactly that – simple! It’s great for a first big project because the only stitches used are knit, purl, and yarn over.
The Dragon Tooth Wrap is part of the Dragon Wing pattern series. It uses my knit version of the Jacob’s Ladder stitch to make a stylish wrap. The piece is knit until just a few rows are left, and then six sections of stitches are dropped and re-knit in chunks. This creates a great texture and added interest. There are so many ways to wear the Dragon Tooth Wrap, and it’s a great way to show off your favorite shawl pin.
Every year I walk in the St. Patrick’s Day parade with my Girl Scout troop. This year I decided I needed a shawl. The Juliette Shawl is perfect for the coming spring, as its open stitch pattern keeps it from being too warm. The circular design keeps it from falling off, so no worries of losing my shawl somewhere on the parade route! Juliette is named after Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Guides, which became the Girl Scouts. I used 1 scrumptious Frabjous Fibers Mad Hatter Mini Skein pack to create this vision in green.
4/23/20 I’ve updated this pattern to add stitch markers and just make it easier to follow. For the new sample I used Cascade Whirligig in Reds. This pattern was originally released on 3/12/15.
The Extended Triangle Wrap is a design that’s been sitting in my “make me!” pile of sketches for quite some time. Knit with just one skein of yarn it’s fast and fun to make. First a triangle is knit, and then just one side is extended out to make this wrap. Long color yarn is this design’s best friend, and the King Cole Curiosity DK yarn used in the sample comes in quite a few beautiful colorways. The Extended Triangle Wrap is part of the 2020 Knit Along with KAL Corner.
Mariposa was given its name by some of the amazing artists in my local knit and crochet group because they said the shawl looks like a butterfly. I really enjoyed creating Mariposa, it’s an easy and fun pattern to make and the yarn is a joy to work with. Nurturing Fibres Eco-Fusion yarn is made in South Africa, and the American distributor, Good Loops Yarn, has given me a discount code for all of you!
This knit hexagon wrap starts in the center with a flower and then grows into a hexagon. Two sides on one half and two sides on the other then expand outwards to lengthen the wrap. This is an intermediate pattern because of the central flower. Once the center is complete, the knitting becomes quite easy!
At the end of this pattern there is a chance to win the yarn used in the Hexed Flower wrap, in addition to a yarn bowl. Giveaway ends 11/3/19
Fall Houses Lace Shawl features blocks of lace that look like little houses off-set in solid stripes. The shawl is then finished up with a unique eyelet border. The lace sections are made in a variegated yarn and the stripes are made in colors picked out from the variegated yarn. You will be able to keep warm in stunning fall fashion with the Fall Houses Lace Shawl.