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How to Knit the Pastoral Lace Shawl (Tips On Video!)

Looking for a feminine new shawl to knit up, for yourself or perhaps as a gift? Consider knitting the Pastoral Lace Shawl! This is a beautiful shawl to create, which you can wear for years to come. In this post we’re showcasing a video tutorial by Yarnspirations with instructions about how to knit this exact shawl.

So if you’re feeling a bit uneasy about starting this project, don’t be! Watch the free video tutorial below, and knit along with an expert, to create a stunning piece.

Watch the video below…



This video tutorial, created by Yarnspirations, features Mary Beth Temple from Hooked For Life, who demonstrates how to knit the central section of this shawl, how to read lace knitting patterns, and also how (and why!) to use a lifeline when knitting.

The pattern featured in this video is available to download for free right here. This triangular knit shawl with a stocking stitch base and lace border is deceptively simple to make and suitable for an advanced beginner. The stitch definition of Patons Grace beautifully showcases the lace motif.

Yarn from Yarnspiration’s Patons Grace collection is recommended for this shawl as it is an ultra-soft cotton yarn available in fresh, modern shades that’s perfect for lightweight garments and accessories.

This video tutorial was created by Yarnspirations.com. I encourage you to visit the website discover various knitting patterns, kits, yarn and so much more, to help inspire your next knitting project! You can also subscribe to their YouTube channel here.

Besides offering video tutorials, Yarnspirations also has a range of knitting patterns over on Yarnspirations.com. We’d recommend checking them out; you may find yourself inspired to take your knitting to the next level! Also discover more from Mary Beth Temple by visit her website at Hooked for Life.

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