Perennial for Summer Shawl Season!

It’s that time of year again when shawls are the star of the season. It’s summer, a season full of events that require a little extra “something”, and shawls are the perfect We’ve compiled a list of our favorite shawl designs to pair with our soft and sweet Perennial. We compiled a few of some of our favorite knit designs below that would be perfect for Perennial - which one will you cast on first?!

The Knit List

Wildwood Shawl by Andrea Mowery
Feather and fan meets garter stitch meets the lovely Andrea Mowery.

Image: Andrea Mowery

Image: Andrea Mowery

Meadowsweet Shawl by Courtney Kelley
Who doesn’t love a one skein project?

Image: Linette Kielinski

Image: Linette Kielinski

Lunae by Natasja Hornby
Pick two neutrals and a pop! Mosaic bands and tassels? Yes please!

Image: Natasja Hornby

Image: Natasja Hornby

Parquet by Kate Gagnon Osborn
Another one skein stunner in a bright color. This shawl is perfect for everyday use or a special occasion.

Image: Linette Kielinski

Image: Linette Kielinski

Mare by Natasja Hornby
We love year round shawls that add a little extra snuggle and warmth to you neck and shoulders.

Image: Natasja Hornby

Image: Natasja Hornby

Time Trades by Caitlin Hunter
We’d love to see this gorgeous shawl worked in ombre colors of Perennial!

Image: Caitlin Hunter

Image: Caitlin Hunter

Briochealicious by Andrea Mowery

Want to try your hand at two-color brioche? Andrea’s got you cover with a big, squishy shawl. Perennial has the ideal yardage for this giant beauty.

Image: Andrea Mowery

Image: Andrea Mowery

Kyler by Isabell Kraemer
Symmetrical lace, oversized, and ribbed. This one is a modern classic.

Image: Isabell Kraemer

Image: Isabell Kraemer

A Bow in the Sky by Courtney Kelley
Did you see Courtney’s design for Local Yarn Store Day 2019? The allover slip stitch on large needles creates a heavenly, squish-able fabric.

Image: Linette Kielinski

Image: Linette Kielinski

Waiting for Rain by Sylvia McFadden
We love the peek-a-boo lace sections in this shawl created with clever short-row shaping.

Image: Sylvia McFadden

Image: Sylvia McFadden

Stay tuned for part 2 - Crochet!