WinterBerry Shawl by Lavender Hill Knits


After the trees have shed their leaves in the Fall here in New England, little berries appear that were once hidden.  Bare branches suspend colorful berries that add a whole new dimension to the landscape.  This shawl was inspired by the cheerful berries that appear during the gray winter months. The pretty cable and bobble panel on the WinterBerry shawl is the main attraction framed by simple ribs.  The edging can be blocked straight or into points to add a bit of flair.  


Skill level:
Advanced beginner to intermediate, ability to read charts is helpful.  

Materials needed:
670 yards of sport weight yarn.  Yarns used for shawls shown:  Arroyo by Malabrigo in the color "Borrajas" (purple shawl), or "Pearl" (grey-ish shawl).
29" or longer size US 6 (4.25mm) circular knitting needle
Cable needle
Stitch markers (not necessary, but helpful)


Knitting stitches used:
knit stitch, purl stitch, yarn overs, cable, bobble


Both written and charted instructions are used.


Finished size after blocking: approximately 35” x 53” x 48”, shawl can also be made larger.   

Pattern is written in English, I do not provide translation to other languages.

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WinterBerry Shawl