Beautiful Triangle Shawls – Free Knitting Patterns
Welcome, knitting beauties! Guess what? We are talking about the classic today! What can be more classic than knitting patterns for Beautiful Triangle Shawls? You can’t think of anything? We thought so! Every knitter needs a couple of patterns for these multi-use accessories in the library, without a doubt. These two exemplary patterns will help you spice up your wardrobe and knit amazing handmade gifts for your friends and family members. The triangle form is timeless and the colors are absolutely up to you! What will you go for this time? Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
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free knitting shawl patterns
Combine many colors to make the most of Sandra’s pattern. She used various stitches for different sections of this triangular shawl, each of which has its own character. If you think that triangular shawls can only be crocheted, be sure to try this knitting pattern.
Level: intermediate Author: Sandra Buzza
Find this pattern on ravelry.com.
Watermelon Delights Shawl
Ombre yarns are one of my favorites because they are fuss-free and are a pleasure to watch while working. To create an even more interesting effect, use it in unusual projects. Wiam’s triangle shawl is worked sideways, which makes it look fantastic while wearing.
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Level: intermediate Author: Wiam’s Crafts
Find this pattern on wiamscrafts.blogspot.com, or read more on ravelry.com.
Did you know that this pattern was inspired by morning fog? It is so original and beautiful, isn’t it? Without a doubt! This pattern written by Inese Sang is a must-have in every knitter’s library. Will you go for dusty pink like this awesome author? Or do you have another idea?
Level: upper beginner Author: Inese Sang
The original pattern is on ravelry.com. Info about this version and the photos are also on ravelry.com.
Have you ever heard of the Estonian lace stitch? This is the perfect opportunity to learn it! If you are looking for a basic shawl pattern that you can add to your library, this one is just the thing for you. It is absolutely fabulous thanks to Jane Vanselous, her experience, and skills. Knitting patterns for triangle shawls rock!
Level: upper beginner Author: Jane Vanselous
The original pattern and the photos are on expressionfiberarts.com. More info on ravelry.com.
This triangular shawl is so beautiful! All the romantic souls out there will fall in love with it in a heartbeat. Why? Because of this dreamy pastel color palette, obviously! Debbie Ford has such an amazing taste!
Level: upper beginner Author: Debbie Ford
The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com.
Life in Full Bloom
Life is in full bloom and so is this shawl designed by Biscotte Yarns! We mean…isn’t it simply breathtaking? We feel like we will never stop raving about it. The color palette is enchanting and the openwork makes our hearts beat faster.
Level: upper beginner Author: Biscotte Yarns
The original pattern and the photos are on biscotteyarns.com. More info on ravelry.com.