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Wavy and Warm Winter Shawl



Make an entrance this holiday season with this Wavy and Warm Winter Shawl from Red Heart Yarn.  Knitted shawls and wraps like this one can keep you warm and toasty in the winter and can also be a great way to add color and texture to your holiday party wardrobe.

Wavy and Warm Winter Shawl


  • RED HEART® “Light & Lofty™”: Art. E708 (6 ounce/140 yard solid color skein; 4.5 ounce/105 yard multi color skein): 19 Ounces No. 9937 Red Grape Multi or No. 9376 Wine
  • Circular Knitting Needle: 12.75mm [US 17] – 36"
  • Yarn needle; 11 stitch markers (optional)


10 sts = 4"; 9 rows = 4" in pattern.  CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size needle to obtain the gauge.

Hints & Tips:

  • Stitch markers placed on the needle between stitches can be helpful tools in keeping the design repeats separated and the stitch count correct. Certainly the use of the markers is optional.
  • The stitch count remains the same on each row because the number of increases (yo – yarn over) is the same as the number of decreases (K2tog).
  • Slip the markers purlwise on each row.
  • After working the first 2 rows, tie a short length of a contrast color yarn to mark the right side of the fabric.
  1. Cast on 2, place marker on needle, * cast on 18, place marker on needle; repeat from * 9 more times and all 11 markers are in place, cast on 2 – 184 sts.
  2. Row 1 (Right Side): K2, * slip marker, [K2tog] 3 times, [yo, K1] 6 times, [K2tog] 3 times; repeat from * to last 2 sts; K2.
  3. Row 2: Knit.
  4. Repeat Rows 1 and 2 until approximately 19” from beginning, end by working Row 1.
  5. Bind off loosely. Weave in ends on the wrong side of the fabric.



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Nov 18, 2013

It looks like she grabbed an afghan and tossed it over her shoulders. Very heavy looking.


Dec 1, 2012

The yarns used is confusing . . doesn't say to change yarns, doesn't say to knit two together, and the ounces are not the same in the 3 mentioned. Can you clarify!!!!! . . . . Iowa crafter


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