Vintage Country Club Shawl


Vintage Country Club Shawl


Vintage Country Club Shawl
Vintage Country Club Shawl

The Vintage Country Club Shawl takes you back to a time when ladies dressed to the nines and took special care to cover their shoulders when in public. This free vintage knitting pattern is a great piece for the warmer months. The lightweight shawl provides enough coverage, but it won't make you overheat when the temperature starts to rise.

You can quickly work up this buttercup yellow knit shawl and dress it up and down. Throw it on over a little back dress, as pictured, or wear it with jeans and a casual top to add a bit of visual interest to your outfit. The possibilities are limitless when it comes to this throwback knitted shawl pattern.


Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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You "k1, P1, K1 all in the same stitch. Check You Tube for an example.

I am a beginner to knitting, so I am struggling with K1 into next stitch. Do you knit 1 stitch twice, or is it the increase stitch.

I love these old patterns. They are relevant today. I had to laugh when it called for "plastic needles". I still have some of those plastic needles. They seem to last forever except one pair I have is a bit bent out of shape. This shawl will work up nicely. I will probably use a lightweight yarn with a bit of shimmer to it. Thank you for the pattern.

This shawl may be from yesteryear but it would fit in today quite well. One thing that never fails to amaze me is the warmth a shawl with its lacy (hole-y) pattern manages to generate for the wearer there was a reason women wore shawls in past generations and it was not solely for fashion. This particular shawl could be worn in several ways and add a great look to an outfit in several colours.

Pretty shawl knit in baby yarn with a simple 4 row pattern repeat. The photo is on the pattern site so you can take a closer look at the details. It might be a good idea to knit a decent sized swatch to figure out the pattern if you are new to knitting this type of open stitch. That way when you start the shawl, you will already have it memorized.

Who could resist a throwback piece like this shawl?


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