A look back to the 2017 Woolenberry Shawl Club

March 8, 2018
By Janina Kallio


While you are waiting for the 2018 Woolenberry Shawl Club to open, here’s a look back to the 2017 Shawl Club patterns. Last year’s club also included 4 beautiful shawl patterns.

Airy and delicate designs for spring and summer and warm and cosy ones for autumn and winter. With these shawls, you can explore different stitch patterns and spend many hours relaxing with your knitting. Which one will you cast on first?

Quatrefoil

Quatrefoil knitting pattern by Janina Kallio
Quatrefoil is a classic wardrobe staple with clean lines and subtle flair. Knitted from the bottom up with a beautifully delicate eyelet pattern, this triangular shawl is a perfect example of understated simplicity.

See Quatrefoil on Ravelry

Floral

Floral shawl knitting pattern by Janina Kallio with Frida Fuchs yarn

Like a perfect summer day, Floral is carefree, full of optimism and innocent beauty. Knit your summer memories into this beautiful shawl and cherish them throughout the year.

See Floral on Ravelry

Malva

Malva shawl knitting pattern from Woolenberry

Big and beautiful, Malva is just the thing to have on your needles for a cosy and comforting project. It makes for a mindful and soothing knit with its soft all-over texture and wavy lace. Knitted in sport weight yarn, this shawl is sure to keep you warm on your woodland walks or on your way to the office.

See Malva on Ravelry

Bough

Bough shawl knitting pattern from Woolenberry

Bough echoes the quiet beauty of nature during its winter sleep. Inspired by the leaves falling down the trees and the bare branches bending in the wind, this shawl celebrates calm cosiness.

See Bough on Ravelry

All of these patterns are now available individually on Ravelry. What’s your favourite? Share your projects with the Woolenberry community on Instagram using #woolenberry.

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