Bilberry Shawl

from Agrarian Artisan

Bilberry Shawl Pattern


PDF Digital Download

1 review

Have you made this pattern?
Share with the Craftsy community.

Knitting: Bilberry Shawl
rollover image to zoom

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic knitting skills - cast on, cast off, knit, purl, yarn over

Pattern Description:

A lovely big huggable shawl. I made the sample in Rowan Cocoon and it is so snug, great for keeping the chill off on cold winter nights or outdoors on spring evenings. It is named after the colour of the yarn - Bilberry; the eyelets made me think of the berries and it all fell into place. This pattern is relatively easy, so it is suitable for a beginner knitter. Increases are by yarn overs, the body has sections of eyelets made by yarn overs and the edging is a simple picot cast off. It is an easy lace design. Being bulky yarn it makes up really quickly. This is also available in the pattern collection - The Berry Shawl Collection, available here on Craftsy. Also available in a DK version - Blueberry Shawl, and a sock weight version - Winberry Shawl - here on Craftsy.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 160cm by 80 cm when blocked


  • 7mm circular knitting needle
  • Bulky yarn, 330m-350m

You Will Also Need:

  • tapestry needle

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)
Lloyswife on

Excellent Beautiful and enjoyable shawl to knit.  March 21, 2013

This shawl was a joy to make and watch the pattern develop under your fingers. It was quick to make since using chunky yarn, but it turned out beautiful. The picot edge turned out so pretty too! It's a lovely design; simple, pretty detail and the pattern is well written and easy to follow. I will definitely be making more of this pattern.

About Designer

About Designer

AgrarianArtisan on

Like many I took a couple of decades off my knitting and crochet whilst my working life took over, but now I am catching up. I always have a hook or pair of needles close by; my fingers do not like to rest. After reacquainting myself with my old hobbies, I progresed to creating my own designs. It seemed a natural progression for me, as did running crochet workshops in the NW of ...

Read More »

Other popular patterns:

View all Knitting patterns »