New pattern: Winter Berries shawl!
Winter Berries shawl is now live!
Thank you so much to each and every one of you who took part in this year’s Woolenberry Shawl Club – whether you joined back in March, today, or sometime in between. I hope you’ve enjoyed the patterns and will join again next year. Plans are already in motion for a new club for 2019!
Winter Berries is the fourth and final pattern in the 2018 Shawl Club. The changing seasons have been a strong theme in this year’s club and this final pattern is no different. Winter Berries is just the project to have on your needles now that snow is on the horizon.
Knitted with DK weight yarn, it’s wonderfully warm and cosy without being too heavy. I used The Fibre Co. Lore in the Calm colourway for my sample. Which yarn will you choose?
Winter Berries has a garter stitch body decorated with eyelets and a textural lace section with bobbles.
If knitting bobbles is not your idea of fun, I’m with you. That’s why the bobbles in this shawl are actually easy and quick to make! Contrary to how bobbles are usually knitted, in this pattern we’re not turning the work to make them. Winter Berries works up quickly and is sure to keep you warm no matter the weather.
The pattern has both written and charted instructions. But if charts are not your thing, don’t worry. All the instructions are still fully written out also, as always.
If you’re already a 2018 Shawl Club member, you have received an email with a link to download the pattern. You can also access the pattern in your Ravelry library.
Winter Berries is exclusive to the 2018 Shawl Club until January 2019. Even if you’re not a member yet, you can still join!
By joining now, you get immediate access to all 4 Shawl Club patterns of the year, Spring Bloom, Summer Meadow, Autumn Woods and Winter Berries. These patterns won’t be available individually until January 2019.
I’ve enjoyed creating these club patterns for you and I hope you enjoy knitting them. Don’t forget to share your yarn choices and beautiful works-in-progress on Woolenberry Ravelry group and on Instagram with #woolenberry. I love seeing your knits!