Beloved Stars Knitted Shawl Pattern

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Beloved Stars Knitted Shawl Pattern

We have a gorgeous new shawl pattern for you!

Introducing the Beloved Stars Knitted Shawl Pattern.

This one is for the knitters, but crocheters, we have patterns for you as well, so check out this link for what’s new.

Now, back to bidness.

This little lovely is designed by the amazingly talented, gorgeous and wonderful, Emily Walton (moonangel58 on Ravelry.com)

•We wanted to go with soft, dreamy, icy shades for our January patterns this year, so the yarn is 5 skeins of our Luster Merino Tencel Worsted Weight yarn in colorway: Angel Whisper.

•Can we talk about the name? Beloved Stars. Who wouldn’t want to wrap themselves in beloved stars? I know I do!

•This is an intermediate level pattern with a chart, so you’ll want to be comfortable with knitting and reading charts.

•You can dress this up and wear to a fancy dinner party or just wear it with jeans and go casual. I’d probably be in the latter group.

How to knit this Beloved Stars knitted shawl pattern

•Look at that pretty design! So here’s the deal. You can make just the rectangle shape, or you can add the “wings” on the sides, which are essentially triangle shapes (as shown.)How to knit this Beloved Stars knitted shawl pattern How to knit this Beloved Stars knitted shawl pattern How to knit this Beloved Stars knitted shawl pattern •You could make this in any color, but seeing it in this pale and dreamy tone makes me envision weddings. Wouldn’t this be fabulous for a wedding shawl? You can knit it for yourself or make it for that special gal in your life who’s about to be in wedded bliss. How to knit this Beloved Stars knitted shawl pattern How to knit this Beloved Stars knitted shawl pattern

•The size too is awesome because you can scrunch it up more like a scarf if you want, or wear it more shawl-like. You choose. And if it’s raining or snowing, pop it up over your head to keep those hair-destroying moisture droplets from wrecking havoc with your ‘do.’

Alright, I’ll hush so you can go DOWNLOAD IT and get to knitting right away.

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By | 2017-09-04T14:04:38+00:00 January 19th, 2017|Finished Objects, Knitting, Knitting Patterns|2 Comments


  1. Cheryl Juhl January 19, 2017 at 4:26 pm - Reply

    Love your blog, beautiful yarns and all your wonderful free patterns?

  2. Kimi Corum January 22, 2017 at 1:51 pm - Reply

    I am getting married in May, and I love the idea of wearing this shawl! Also, may I add that I love your site and products, and your wonderfully upbeat attitude towards life. I am a big fan, Chandi! Sometimes just reading your emails can brighten my day. Keep doing what you are doing, and know that you bring joy to others by just being you! Much love and blessings to you and Tim.

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