Knitted Shawls: Check Out These Inspired
Projects from Our Craftsy Community

LEFT: The Beeton Shawl created by Craftsy member laylock was made with aran weight yarn. When asked what inspired her to knit such a beautiful shawl, laylock replied “A counterpane square in Mrs. Beeton’s Book of Needlework inspired this shawl. I like to think if she were alive now, this is just the sort of shawl she would be wearing.” We agree laylock!
RIGHT: The Triangular Shetland Style Shawl is a lovely accessory made by Craftsy member Madelines. This delicate shawl was created using a cashmere and merino yarn blend.

BOTTOM: The Legato Shawl made by Craftsy member Tabetha is a wonderful example of deceptively easy construction! According to Tabetha, “the stunning cables look intimidating, but are really easy.”

 

If you want to learn how to knit a lace shawl, check out Laura Nelkin’s Craftsy class, Mastering Lace Shawls. In this class, Laura teaches two of her favorite shawl patterns, and shows how to tackle the complexities of working with lace!

Add that special hint of romance to your knitting with Sweetheart Shawls, taught by Kristin Omdahl. Fall in love with knitting all over again with the three gorgeous shawls Kristin teaches in this class.

And if you’re a more advanced lace knitter, well we’ve something for you, too! In Lace Shawl Design, Miriam Felton teaches what you need to know to design your own unique knitted lace shawls, or adapt existing patterns to fit your style!

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