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Welcome to the 2018 Woolenberry Shawl Club

March 15, 2018
By Janina Kallio

Spring Bloom shawl knitting pattern from Woolenberry

Do you like surprises? The 2018 Woolenberry Shawl Club is now open!

In 2018, you can look forward to 4 beautiful shawl patterns inspired by the changing seasons, released one by one throughout the year. The patterns will remain exclusive to club members until the end of the year, so if you love Woolenberry shawls and surprises, you’ll want to join.

The first pattern in the club, Spring Bloom, just went live!

Join the 2018 Woolenberry Shawl Club and download your copy of Spring Bloom today. Then, as a shawl club member, I’ll surprise you with a new shawl pattern three more times during 2018. You will receive an email with a download link as soon as each new pattern goes live. All these patterns are exclusive to the club until the end of the year.

Join now by purchasing the 2018 Woolenberry Shawl Club on Ravelry.

You can join at any time, but the special early bird price 12€ (normal price 17€) is valid only during this first week (March 15 – 22, 2018). The price includes the entire collection of 4 shawl patterns.

By joining now, you get the first club pattern, Spring Bloom, immediately as you purchase and the remaining patterns will arrive to your inbox (and Ravelry library if you’re a member) as soon as they are released.

Join our Shawl Club knit-along in Woolenberry Ravelry group and share your progress with #woolenberry on Instagram. Can’t wait to see your Spring Bloom shawls!

Spring Bloom

Spring Bloom shawl knitting pattern from Woolenberry

Light and airy, the focal point of this beautiful shawl is the eye-catching lace, which is as pretty and delicate as the arrival of spring in nature. 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.

See Spring Bloom on Ravelry


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