Crossfield Shawl

I’ve gotten a few emails about what I’m wearing in my Welcome photo over on the side there, and I’m happy to announce that the Crossfield Shawl pattern is now available!

Crossfield Shawl


A super light, airy square shawl reminicient of a bandana or silk scarf. Easy to knit stockinette in the round with a fun garland lace edging. Wear it folded and tied, over your shoulders or any way you’d wear a bandanna!

This shawl would also make a beautiful baby or lap blanket worked in fingering weight or heavier yarn for a larger finished size.

Technical Editing by Jaya Purswani

One Size; 28” / 71cm square, blocked

Crossfield Shawl

Laceweight yarn, 815 yards / 745m.
Shown in The Woolen Rabbit Whisper in Chocolate Chambord (100% merino wool, 1700 yds/235g skein), less than 1/2 skein used.

US 2.5 / 3mm double pointed needles (or needles of choice for small circumferences in the round)
US 2.5 / 3mm 24-32” / 60-80cm long circular needles (change length as required as the shawl grows)
stitch markers
tapestry needle

26 sts and 40 rounds = 4” / 10 cm square in Stockinette Stitch

Crossfield Shawl

Skills needed: cast on, knit, purl, increase, decrease, optional chart, knitting in the round.

Pattern is a 3-page PDF file with full colour photos, written and charted directions for the lace pattern, and abbreviations.

Available through Ravelry, payment through Paypal (no accounts required).

$5.00 CAD

Crossfield Shawl



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8 responses to “Crossfield Shawl”

  1. gleek Avatar

    it’s gorgeous!!

  2. pia Avatar

    Gorgeous! Love it!!!!

  3. Martha Avatar

    Seriously pretty!

  4. Seanna Lea Avatar

    Cute! It looks very versatile.

  5. Kathy Avatar

    I do believe you will get oodles of compliments on this. Very lovely.

  6. Robyn Avatar

    I can’t find it on Ravelry? I want to purchase it on there so I can keep it in my Ravelry Library. Thanks!

  7. kala Avatar


  8. Tonja S Avatar
    Tonja S

    Another of your must have patterns, can’t wait to start it! Thanks for the beautiful work you do…

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