Dreamy Blue Shawls – Free Knitting Patterns

Hello there, romantic souls! Are you looking for a fresh dose of inspiration? That’s wonderful! Guess what? We have found two beautiful examples of knitting patterns for Dreamy Blue Shawls. They will surely make your heart beat faster! It happened to us, trust us! If you want to take your openwork to the next level, you have certainly found the perfect opportunity to do it. These lacy knitted shawls are perfect for the first autumn days! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!




If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Tropical Shawls and Chic Shawls.

Anivia Free Knitting Pattern

This shawl will remind you of summer days, without a doubt! We mean, isn’t it simply beautiful? So lightweight and charming! All the fans of feminine accessories will certainly be drawn to this design by Claire Slade. Knitting patterns for shawls are what we all need this time of the year.

Level: intermediate Author: Claire Slade

The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com.

Bamboo Spring Scarf Free Knitting Pattern

This color is so original and so versatile! It will complete your autumn outfits beautifully, that’s clear. If you are looking for an uncomplicated knitting pattern for a simple shawl, this one by Anne Headen might be what you need.

Level: upper beginner Author: Anne Headen

The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com.

Montagne Free Knitting Pattern

What a fabulous color! It makes us think of the ocean. What do you feel like when you look at this stunning shawl by Emma L. Butram? If you are looking for a real fashion challenge, start working on your own version. We would love to see it one day!

Level: advanced Author: Emma L. Butram

The original pattern and the photos are on expressionfiberarts.com. More info on ravelry.com. This pattern is free for a limited time only!

The Periwinkle Shawl Knitting Pattern

What a fabulous shade of blue! So energetic and fresh, isn’t it? We love bold colors and asymmetrical shapes, therefore this knitting pattern for a warm shawl is a must-have for us. How about you? Will you make one this season?

Level: upper beginner Author: Louise Bollanos

The original pattern and the photos are on handylittleme.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Planispiral Shawl Free Knitting Pattern

This knitted shawl is hypnotizing! If you want an accessory that will wow every crowd, you have just found the perfect pattern. We should all thank Nick Davis for it! Will you use the same palette of fresh, sense-soothing colors?

Level: upper beginner Author: Nick Davis

The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com.

 

 

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