February 20, 2022

Silky Lavender Shawl

  • A light-skinned woman holding a crescent shawl open. The shawl is striped and has a big multicolored border worked with slipped cables.
  • A light-skinned woman looking over her shoulder. She is wearing a shawl that is striped and has a big multicolored border worked with slipped cables.
  • A light-skinned woman holding a dried lavender bouquet. She is wearing a striped shawl with a big multicolored border worked with slipped cables.
  • A light-skinned woman wearing a striped shawl with a big multicolored border worked with slipped cables.
  • A light-skinned woman holding a dried lavender bouquet. She is wearing a striped shawl with a big multicolored border worked with slipped cables.
  • A light-skinned woman holding a dried lavender bouquet. She is wearing a striped shawl with a big multicolored border worked with slipped cables.

Silky Lavender is a crescent shaped shawl worked in a lovely DK-weight yarn. It is one of my easiest designs ever, but easy doesn’t mean boring! This shawl has enough interesting constructive and decorative details to make it fun to knit and delightful to wear. 🥰

The main feature in this shawl is the slipped cable pattern in three colors on the border and the fun picot bind-off. Lovely and much easier to work than it looks.

The shawl is available both on Ravelry and Payhip, and there is an introductory 15% discount using the code “silky15” until Sunday, February 27 at midnight (Rome time).