Asymmetrical Ombre Shawls – Free Knitting Patterns

Hello there, lovely people! Do you want to know what we’re talking about today? Shapes and colors are our two main topics! These examples of Asymmetrical Ombre Shawls stand out from the crowd thanks to these two factors. They are modern, so energizing, perfect for summer. Real keepers for every artist that works with knitting needles! Well then, do you want to add something special to your accessory drawer before the season ends? Without a doubt! Let’s check these beauties out! The patterns written by experienced designers will surely bring you plenty of joy. 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 Enchanting Shawls and Summer Boleros.

Walk Through The Sky Shawlette Free Knitting Pattern

Who doesn’t love a heavenly blue ombre? We all certainly do, this is why this shawl catches our attention. There is much more to love it for though, trust us! The original asymmetrical form created by Wiam’s Crafts will surely make you feel like a star.

Level: upper beginner Author: Wiam’s Crafts

The original pattern and the photos are available on Wiam’s Crafts here. More info on Ravelry here.

Waimea Shawl Free Knitting Pattern

You need only two skeins of cotton yarn to create this beautiful design for spring. Crescent-shaped knitted Waimea Shawl will be a beautiful addition to your refreshed wardrobe. It has an interesting scalloped edge and a delicate striped pattern. If you are a seasoned knitter, it will be a quick and nice project. If you are just starting out, try it as a challenge and opportunity to learn. It looks stunning in ombre yarn!

Level: upper beginner AuthorShannon Dunbabin

The original pattern and the photos are available on Cascade Yarns here. More info on Ravelry here.

Reach for the Stars Free Knitting Pattern

This shawl is making our heads spin! We mean…just look at this color palette! Out of this world, isn’t it? The author Jem Arrowsmith really is reaching for the stars with this knitting pattern. Will you try to recreate it? We surely will!

Level: upper beginner Author: Jem Arrowsmith

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry here.

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