Shawls are the ultimate chameleon garment. They work just as well as a beach cover up as they do an extra winter layer. Here are five patterns that we think are perfect for any time of year!
Find Your Fade by Andrea Mowry
This shawl has been extremely popular, and it’s easy to see why. The version above is beautiful, but the best part about this shawl is that you can make yours any way you wish. You choose the colors, you can even choose the number of shades you use, an ideal project for busting through your stash!
Edie Shawl by Bristol Ivy
About as different as could be from the above shawl, but every bit as lovely, this Edie Shawl is simple yet elegant. This would make a great statement piece, with its solid color contrasting a dress or blouse.
Dotted Rays by Stephen West
Wear it as a cowl, a scarf, or a shawl, this Dotted Rays pattern by Stephen West is as versatile as it is chic. Knit it up in a solid color, or use multiple shades for a rainbow effect.
Mereki shawl by Ambah
Knot this around your neck for a classy look with this lacy chevron pattern from designer ambah. You can knit it small for a scarf, or larger for a shawl.
Autumn Adagio shawl by Anna Victoria
The wonderful ombre yarn used for this shawl make for a striking color fade that resembles the changing leaves, and the lace pattern is intricate and fascinating. This looks like a knit way beyond my ability, but something to strive towards!
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