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Ravelry: Ysabel pattern by Brandy Velten Handarbeiten ☼ Crafts ☼ Labores  ✿❀⊱╮.•°LaVidaColorá°•.❀✿⊱╮  http://la-vida-colora.joomla.com

Ravelry: Ysabel pattern by Brandy Velten Handarbeiten ☼ Crafts ☼ Labores ✿❀⊱╮.•°LaVidaColorá°•.❀✿⊱╮ http://la-vida-colora.joomla.com

Named for the fantasy novel by Canadian author, Guy Gavriel Kay, Ysabel is a crescent-shaped shawl knit primarily in squishy garter stitch. The shawl’s defining feature are the short row shaped stripes that are designed to highlight the gorgeous variegated colors of hand-painted yarns. A photo tutorial is provided on my blog for how to work the short-row sections.

Ysabel pattern by Brandy Velten

Named for the fantasy novel by Canadian author, Guy Gavriel Kay, Ysabel is a crescent-shaped shawl knit primarily in squishy garter stitch. The shawl’s defining feature are the short row shaped stripes that are designed to highlight the gorgeous variegated colors of hand-painted yarns. A photo tutorial is provided on my blog for how to work the short-row sections.

Feel Hugged pattern by Hanna Maciejewska | malabrigo Finito in Chispas

Feel Hugged pattern by Hanna Maciejewska

Feel Hugged pattern by Hanna Maciejewska | malabrigo Finito in Chispas

This is our first collaboration pattern between me and my sister Amy Meeks indigoamy. As many may know, our oldest sister Wendy lived a short 34 years but those years were full of random acts of kindness, generosity and COLOR. She brightened many lives during her short time on earth, and now she brings color to the Heavens. This 3-color wrap represents us three sisters, two colors that play well together, then one color that “pops,” “wows” and makes a statement, just like Wendy.

Random Act of Color Wrap pattern by Amy Meeks & Debby Reece

This is our first collaboration pattern between me and my sister Amy Meeks indigoamy. As many may know, our oldest sister Wendy lived a short 34 years but those years were full of random acts of kindness, generosity and COLOR. She brightened many lives during her short time on earth, and now she brings color to the Heavens. This 3-color wrap represents us three sisters, two colors that play well together, then one color that “pops,” “wows” and makes a statement, just like Wendy.

Free knitting pattern for Handspun Boomerang Shawl - Natasha Sills’ shawl couldn’t be easier. Use any yarn, any gauge (though she recommends handspun yarn in loose gauge.) You start with 4 stitches then repeat 2 rows until you which the size you want or run out of yarn. For striping, switch yarns with each 2 row repeat. Pictured project by barmel

Easy Shawl Knitting Patterns

Free knitting pattern for Handspun Boomerang Shawl - Natasha Sills’ shawl couldn’t be easier. Use any yarn, any gauge (though she recommends handspun yarn in loose gauge.) You start with 4 stitches then repeat 2 rows until you which the size you want or run out of yarn. For striping, switch yarns with each 2 row repeat. Pictured project by barmel

Giddy (made with love): Free Pattern - Odds and Ends Kerchief

Giddy (made with love): Free Pattern - Odds and Ends Kerchief

Ravelry: Changeling pattern by Boo Knits

Ravelry: Changeling pattern by Boo Knits

This fast shawl is worked from the top down in two stitch patterns creating an asymmetrical shape and look. One side of the triangle is worked in stockinette stitch while the other side is worked in a simple open work.

Dichotomy pattern by Marjorie Dussaud

This fast shawl is worked from the top down in two stitch patterns creating an asymmetrical shape and look. One side of the triangle is worked in stockinette stitch while the other side is worked in a simple open work.

Ravelry: Dot Shawl by Casapinka

Dot Shawl pattern by Casapinka

Ravelry: Dot Shawl by Casapinka

Free Knitting Pattern Zick Zack Scarf - Christy Kamm’s scarf is knit with an easy chevron lace pattern. Use two colorways of self-striping or variegated yarn for the most colorful scarf. Pictured project by knispeltante.

Free Knitting Pattern Zick Zack Scarf - Christy Kamm’s scarf is knit with an easy chevron lace pattern. Use two colorways of self-striping or variegated yarn for the most colorful scarf. Pictured project by knispeltante.

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