Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Free Knit Shawls Pattern eBook

A terrific download Knit Shawls eBook to download!
From the Craftsy Designer collection

Download this free pattern eBook including eight knit shawl patterns from independent designers on Craftsy! 
eBook includes:

Glam Shells by Maiden Brooklyn
Grouchy Geisha by Maiden Brooklyn
Lacey Luxury eBook by Be Sweet
Lacy Zig Zag Shawl by Amadeit
Mezquita Shawl by Zen Yarn Garden

Shady Lady by Maiden Brooklyn

Simple Shawl by Trico Sem Costura Atelier
Sweet November Shawl by Caryl Style

Autumn Shawl Knit Pattern Autumn Shawl Knit Pattern
A beautiful shawl using the entrelac knitting stitch!Knit with 11 balls of Jojoland™ Rhythm yarn. Approximate finished measurements: 70” x 36” triangular.

Cambridge Shawl Knit Pattern Cambridge Shawl Knit Pattern
Pretty shawl reminiscent of royalty with lovely basket-weave stitch.Knit with 1230 (1476, 1722, 1968) yds of light sport or heavy fingering-weight yarn at a gauge of 24 sts and 32 rows per 4" using US size 5/3.75mm needles. Approximate finished measurements: length 56 (64, 72, 80)", mid-back length 21 (24, 27, 30)". Sized to fit Petite (S, M, L).

Windowpane Lace Shawl Knit Pattern Windowpane Lace Shawl Knit Pattern
A great first lace project for anyone!This shawl is quick and fun to knit using a simple 10 row repeat with every other row worked in the purl stitch. Included are instructions for easy to follow flip cards and blocking directions. Finished size is 48" x 16 1/2" unblocked and 80" x 20" blocked. Knit in 1,000 yards of fingering weight yarn at a gauge of 31 sts to 5.5" and US 6 needle. Knit at a gauge of 4 sts to 1/2" and US 6 needle in garter stitch edging.

Shawl Collared Cowl Knit Pattern Shawl Collared Cowl Knit Pattern
Get ready for autumn with the Shawl Collared Cowl!Knit with 175 yds of chunky weight yarn at a gauge of 20 sts and 32 rows per 4 inches using US size 8/5mm 9/5.5mm needles. Finished Measurements: Length: approximately 26.5” from end to end after blocking, Width: approximately 10” at deepest point of center. One size fits most.

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