Knitted shawls and wraps patterns

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Knitting Modular Shawls, Wraps, and Stoles: Mix-and-Match Triangles + 212 Stitch Patterns = Unlimited Design Options by Melissa Leapman

Shawls are practical, versatile, and an ever-popular project among knitters. Noted designer Melissa Leapman has developed an innovative technique that promises hundreds of beautiful shawl design options in Knitting Modular Shawls, Wraps, and Stoles!

Beginning with a simple triangular wedge, Leapman shows how multiple knit triangles can be joined together to create square, rectangular, trapezoidal, and semicircular shapes. Her easy and customizable technique offers knitters of all levels endless flexibility in design and yarn choices. Charted patterns for 212 different stitches allow readers to select their favorite embellishment for the main fabric of their shawl. Colorful photographs of 20 of Leapman’s original designs illustrate the creative potential of this technique.
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Published 30.12.2018

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Share this post. These shawl patterns were labeled by designers or knitters as easy to work. Many are stockinette or garter with decorative borders or simple colorwork. To get the knitting patterns, scroll down the page to the individual pattern you want and click on the link to that pattern. These patterns are not my designs but links to other designers who have generously shared their patterns. If you have questions about how to knit a specific pattern, please contact the designer directly. All links on this site are for informational purposes, but please note that some links are to affiliate sellers that pay me a small commission on purchases.

Our collection of shawl knitting patterns includes fashionable designs for shawls and wraps to suit just about any occasion. We have everything from delicate lace crochet styles to fast-growing chunky knits. They provide a classy finishing touch to any outfit, adding that extra layer of style to your ensemble. Shawls never go out of fashion, so whichever pattern you make will be stylish for many seasons to come. At Laughing Hens we take pride in the huge range of patterns we offer. Browse our cardigan patterns and jumper designs for even more original project ideas. Newsflash: knitting is cool, and Laughing Hens are keen to gauge the temperature of the nation on this important matter.

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Show only printer-friendly patterns. You can be the star of your own fashion show when you knit up these gorgeous patterns from this FREE e-book! We will not share or sell your email address. View our Privacy Policy. These knitted shawl patterns will keep you looking stylish all year long.

Shawls have made a comeback as a knitting project that is both enjoyable to make and to wear. With these shawl knitting patterns, you can make stylish and useful accessories in all kinds of shapes and sizes. Although you may think of shawls draped over shoulders, perhaps paired with a rocking chair, they look great in a new and modern way. Especially when worn wrapped like a scarf or draped more on one shoulder than the other. This pattern list includes triangles, rectangles, crescents, asymmetrical designs, and a mixture of all those things. And the sizes range from small shawlettes to oversized wraps. Cody Smith.

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