The wait is over – The 2018 Woolenberry Shawl Club patterns are now available individually!
In 2018, the club included 4 beautiful shawl patterns. Each shawl was inspired by one of the four seasons. 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.
All these patterns are now available individually on Ravelry. Which one is your favourite? Share your projects on Instagram with #woolenberry.
Light and airy, the focal point of this beautiful shawl is the eye-catching lace. The lace pattern is interspersed with blocks of garter stitch and eyelet stripes. Spring Bloom is worked from one tip to the opposite side of the triangle, creating a slightly asymmetric shape that is both wearable and fun. Knitted in two colours, you can play with different combinations and choose colours that either complement or contrast each other. Go as bright and bold or as soft and muted as you want, or take your cues from the seasons around you.
Big and floaty, Summer Meadow is an absolute beauty with its delicate details and breathtaking lightness. This shawl combines garter stitch with a beautifully textured eyelet pattern. Small eyelets are sprinkled along stockinette stitch and framed with petite garter ridges to add textural interest.
This beautiful two-colour shawl has lots of rustic texture. The deeply textured ribbing looks different on both sides and is so enjoyable to knit you won’t want to put your needles down. Strings of hearts run along the right side of the ribbing pattern and the other side has vertical bands of small faux-bobbles. Stripes and a lace border in a contrasting colour offer a dose of colour therapy and add a touch of lightness.
Wrap yourself in the cosiness of Winter Berries. You can find berries in the eyelet pattern and in the bobbles of the textural lace section. Knitted with DK weight yarn, Winter Berries works up quickly and is sure to keep you warm no matter the weather.