03 April 2015

quick + purly: 5 triangle shawls

Spring! Spring. Come on, Spring. What better way to keep warm than a pretty triangle shawl? We are finally getting to those days where it is heavenly in the sunshine, but it can still be chilly in the shade. And for that I love a little shawl, preferably lacy. In an attempt to narrow things down, the focus is on top-down, lace triangle shawls using just one skein of fingering weight yarn. I waded through eight pages of gorgeousness this week to find some treasures for you. Enjoy!

  1. Mercury in Retrogade by Deborah Frank $6 USD 
    We Virgos need this shawl to protect us
    when Mercury goes retrograde

  2. Woodland Spring Shawl by Christina Wall $4 USD 
    Love the story of Christina's motif choices

  3. Vestland Shawl by Anne-Lise Maigaard k4.50.00 SEK (approx. $5.94 USD) 
    Spectacular and unusual lace motifs

  4. Sunray Shawl by Henna Markkanen $4 USD 
    Reversible and a perfect combo of geometric and organic motifs

  5. East Gable Shawl by Judy Marples $6 USD 
    There is something beautifully verdant about this lace
I have designed a number of triangle shawls, and my Springtime favorite is Upon the Spanish Main $7USD
Love this lace motif

All images from the patterns' Ravelry pages. No copyright infringement intended - I just want to share the love!

I hope Spring is springing where you are. Do you have a favorite triangle shawl I missed? Let me know in the comments.

Thanks for stopping by, and happy knitting!
xoxo, Kathleen

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