Knitted shawls and wraps

Cable knit stole pattern free

Cable knit stole pattern free

Finished Size 13 1/2" wide and 82" long.

Yarn Madelinetosh Tosh Vintage (100% superwash merino wool; 200 yd [183 m]): logwood, 8 skeins.

Needles Size 9 (5.5 mm). Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.

Notions Cable needle (cn); tapestry needle.

Gauge 26 1/2 sts and 20 1/2 rows = 4" in charted patt.

NOTES

Stole knitting pattern free

Stole knitting pattern free

Finished Measurements

Approx 16 inches wide 56 inches long

Materials

• Premier Yams Deborah Norville Alpaca Dance (worsted weight; 75% acrylic/25% alpaca; 371 yds/100g per ball): 2 balls silver fog #0016 (MC)

• Premier Yarns Enchant (lace weight; 76% metallic/24% paillette; 429 yds/25g per ball): 2 balls disco ball #1 (CC)

• Size 7 (4.5mm) needles

Blanket wrap: free knitting pattern

SIZES

To fit: One Size

Actual width: 92cm (36in)

Length (without fringe): 70cm (27.75in)

Figures in square brackets refer to larger sizes: where there is only one set of figures this applies to all sizes.

YOU WILL NEED

Shell-edge Shawl

Shell-edge Shawl

Knitted shawl

Measurements 

Width along top edge (including edging) 121cm/47 1/2in.

Depth at centre (including edging) 54cm/21 1/4in.

Materials

5 x 50g (120m) balls of Sublime Superfine Alpaca DK (100% alpaca) in Tusk (430).

Alaïs Shawl

Alaïs Shawl

Alaïs by Judy Furlong

A Gothic Windows lace pattern adorns this shimmering little shawl.

"This capelet features a classic lace stitch which is surprisingly easy to knit," says Judy Furlong. "It forms its own scalloped edge at the cast-on edge - but be sure to use a stretchy cast-on method to allow this to happen."

The capelet is worked from the bottom up, decreasing in circumference gradually to the shoulders. "It is fairly gently shaped, so choose your size according to how you would like the garment to sit - a smaller size if you just want it to cover your shoulders, or a larger size if you would like more fabric to wrap yourself in for those chillier summer evenings," says Judy.