Shawls and Wraps

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Capitol Hill Shawl

The description of this pattern is still under development. Thanks for your patience!

Endless Tides Wrap

The Endless Tides Wrap, by Celia Roberts, envisions the many and varied tides experienced along the shores of Washington state’s Olympic Peninsula. The simple knit/purl pattern is worked continuously to create a shifting, moire design. Knit flat, the Endless Tides wrap can be worked to three sizes (12-16 inches wide by 60-90 inches long). You will need 800-1200 yds of sport weight yarn for this pattern. Shown here in Jorstad Creek Shuksan.

Tidal Shift

Tidal Shift, by Celia Roberts, evokes that moment when the high tide no longer dominates and must surrender to the pull of the moon. The sequence pattern is worked over and over with increases and decreases placed precisely to create a bias fabric that swirls and moves. The wrap is 22 inches wide by 60 inches long, but it can easily be resized. As written, you will need about 1200 yards of sport weight yarn. Shown here in Jorstad Creek Shuksan.

Other BK Collective Shawls

Canyon Rim Shawl

The Canyon Rim Shawl by Jann Hoppler has strong horizontal lines and arches that evoke the majesty and rhythm of Utah’s canyon country, which inspiration for the shawl. This shawl is worked in simple stitch patterns with shaping that hugs your shoulders. The pattern has both written instructions and a chart. Seed beads adorn the stitch pattern.  The beads are placed with a small crochet hook; no bead stringing is required. Made with 400 yards of fingering weight yarn. Shown in Jorstad Creek Iona. 

Canyon Trail Shawl

The Canyon Trail Shawl by Jann Hoppler was inspired by the majesty and rhythm of Utah’s canyon country. Strong horizontal lines and arches, all on a mammoth scale are reflected in this design. The shawl has simple stitch patterns, seed stitch and an eyelet stitch. It is worked in a classic triangle shape. The beads are placed with a small crochet hook; no bead stringing is required. The Canyon Trail Shawl as shown takes 440 yards of sock weight yarn. The shawl can also be made with 1, 2 or more skeins of Jorstad Creek San Juan yarn (lighter shawl shown by the fire). Be sure to download the San Juan Supplement to the pattern on Ravelry or contact us at BKCollective@comcast.net.

Capriccio Shawl

The Capriccio Shawl by Nancy Mills is a free form yet structured design with three panels to sit easily on the shoulders with or without pinning. The shawl has stripes of a gradient yarn placed on a solid color background with drops of the gradient color artfully placed in the body and along the bottom border. It is fun to knit and easy to make it unique by changing the color notes to play your own tune. You’ll need 800 yards of fingering weight yarn for the background and 480 yards total for the color notes. Shown here in Jorstad Creek’s Iona and Antigua.

Mt Rose Triangle Shawl

The Mt Rose Triangular Shawl by Jann Hoppler is named for a peak in the Olympic Mountains of Washington State. It is worked from the top down with a lace pattern that looks like mountains and roses. The pattern includes directions for the placement of beads with a small crochet hook; no bead stringing required. This shawl can be made larger with additional repeats and more yarn. A shawl at least 21” deep with a 44” wingspan can be made with about 400 yards of fingering weight yarn.  This shawl is easily made larger with additional repeats and more yarn. Shown in Jorstad Creek Iona.

Sunset Beach Shawl

The Sunset Beach Shawl by Jann Hoppler is a soft, cozy shawl that will keep you warm walking on Sunset Beach, with a simple lace edging and top-down shaping that hugs your shoulders, it is also dressy enough for a formal occasion. This shawl is made with two strands of yarn: a lace weight kid mohair silk and a fingering weight merino silk. The shawl can also be made with one strand of yarn worked at 5 stitches to the inch. This shawl can easily be made bigger with more yarn. Shawls shown were made with one skein each of Jorstad Creek Isle of Skye and Iona.

Yashiro Garden Shrug

The Yashiro Garden Shrug by Jann Hoppler is the perfect complement to a light summer dress worn to a garden party on a cool evening. The unusual Trellis Stitch pattern is quite easy and worked flat. You can wear this piece as a shrug with buttons on the lower arms or, buttoned another way, a large cowl or wrap. The pattern is written for 2 sizes. Shown in Jorstad Creek Orcas yarn. Jorstad Creek Mt Elinor is also recommended. You will need 800 – 1200 yards, depending on size.