Klè Shawlette

from Paula Pereira

Klè Shawlette Pattern


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Pattern Details:

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Women, Girls



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • decrease
  • short rows (no need to make wrap&turn - only turn the work)
  • bobbles (full instructions for an easy-to-make bobble)

Pattern Description:

Kl Shawlette is worked bottom-up in one piece. Kl starts with some fun small bobbles in a lace border and finishes with a fun picot bind off! The shawl shaping is made with short rows and decreases (there's no "wrap and turns"!).

Sock and sport weight yarns will also work well for this fast-to-knit project!

This is a "six hands on" project! Actually, 2 more precious hands joined us at the end: Leticia Cinto as tech editor!
A dear friend, Clara Beauty is launching her indie brand of yarns and another dear friend, Lilian Lie, came up with the idea to celebrate it in a special way!
Along the last 2 months, Lilian Lie, M Izabel Colmenero and me have been working together on Kl Shawlette - a mini shawl that can be made with less than 1 skein of Natural yarn from Clara Beauty Yarns!
We hope that you enjoy Clara Beauty yarns and also knitting Kl Shawlette with them!


16 sts x 24 rows in 4 X 4" stockinette st

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • ***measurements after blocking 46" / 117 cm wingspan and 12" / 30,5 cm height at center back


  • 226 yds / 206 m of sock or fingering yarn
  • US 6 / 4mm 32" circulars or size to obtain gauge
  • Needles one size bigger for cast-on

You Will Also Need:

  • Darning or tapestry needles
  • T - pins for blocking

Suggested yarn:

230 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Clara Beauty Yarns Natural



About Designer

About Designer

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by Paula Pereira
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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I?ve started to knit in 2007 and it was a life changer! Since I have learned how to knit & purl, I have never stopped.

Just love to create accessories and garments and I?m always researching and studying about yarns and the perfect fit!
I hope that you enjoy my designs!

I'm blogging at http://www.peaceknitlove.com/

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