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Updated February 21, 2022
Summer Rose Shawl

Dress up any outfit with the Summer Rose Shawl. This free knitting pattern is an elegant way to keep warm on chilly evenings whether you are at a dinner party or hanging out with your family. Made from bamboo/wool blend yarn, this tutorial will teach you how to make a shawl that is timeless and classy. As long as you have a bit of patience and are looking for a little challenge, this pattern will give you a gorgeous shawl you will love to wear and show off for years to come.


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch

This pattern requires crochet.

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The crochet roses are adorable that are featured on this shawl. They give it such a feminine look. The scallop cast on technique is something I have never seen nor heard of before, but it makes such a beautiful stitched edge. This looks like a challenging caplet since it uses both knit and crochet.

I had a hard time understanding the crochet portion. I will keep trying. I tried rowan pure wool and found that the stitches were small. I will keep trying to get it right. What yarn do u suggest to be the best yarn to use?

Hi clewis011 4908662, the designer used a DK or light weight yarn, hers was 80 percent bamboo, 20 percent wool. The bamboo makes it very soft, and I personally like bamboo and cotton blends, not a big fan of wool. Lion Brand has a nice bamboo/cotton, and Patons has a silk and bamboo blend.

This is a beautiful shawl. It will be a bit challenging but it does not look impossible. It is always good to learn new techniques. I love the roses on it and the scalloped edging. I have the perfect yarn for this and can't wait to start it. Working in an office I always need an extra layer and this will look very professional. Thank you.

I knit this beautiful shawl last year. Absolutely love it.


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