Indie Design GAL: Shawls Part 2

Indie Design GAL: Shawls Part 2

This is part of my on-going Indie Designer Gift-A-Long 2018 series. Starting on November 24th, one to two times a week I will be highlighting 4-6 designs from my fellow designers also participating in the event.

Don’t forget to join in the fun, we’re all over here chatting up a storm.

Winterwork Shawl by Melissa Burke

From the pattern description
Cozy like your favorite boyfriend sweater, the Winterwork Shawl is the perfect late fall and winter accessory. Knit from the bottom up (once you get past that cast-on, it’s all downhill!), it features a trio of stitch patterns to keep the knitter engaged while adding lots of texture and visual interest.

Available in one size, and uses 750 – 785 yds of aran weight yarn.

Autumn Rhapsody by Alla Borisova

A beautiful top-down semi-circular lace shawl. Reminiscent of the falling leaves in autumn, this pattern is available in both English and Russian.

Available in one size, and uses 1750 – 1859 yds of cobweb weight yarn.

Wonderberry by Bonnie Sennott

From the pattern description
Worked from the top down, this triangular lace shawl has two edging options: a garter and eyelets version (rose quartz shawl, size L) and a scalloped version with beads (red shawl, size M).

Available in three sizes, and uses 375 – 615 yds of fingering weight yarn.

Voorpret Shawl by Dawn Cottone

From the pattern description
Voorpret is the Dutch word that describes the anticipation before an exciting event. I designed the Voorpret Shawl before embarking on a year-long international adventure with my family of four. I wanted to capture my excitement of our soon-to-be adventures in this shawl.

Available in one size, and uses 800 – 840 yds of fingering weight yarn.

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