Free Video Tutorial: How to Knit the Eyelet Striped Shawl

Once in a while, we love to feature free video knitting tutorials, to help you improve and expand your knitting skills. In today’s video, we are featuring the eyelet stripes shawl knitting pattern tutorial by Yarnspirations. This soft, open-worked shawl is designed using Caron x Pantone Bamboo.

Watch the video tutorial below…

You can download Yarnspirations’ free Eyelet Stripes Knit Shawl pattern by clicking here. To create this fresh looking shawl that is a must for cool summer nights, Yarnspirations uses the multi-shades of Green Meadow, by Caron x Pantone Bamboo. Caron x Pantone offers a large variety of colours to choose from and let me tell you, they will all look great on this shawl design.

Before starting the project, you will need to break-up your braid and wind off each individual colour. You will find instructions on how to do this, here.

The pattern starts off with just one little stitch, and then increases while moving upward to create the triangular shape. Since the pattern follows a garter stitch, this knitting project is great for experienced beginners!

This video tutorial was created by Yarnspirations.com. I encourage you to subscribe to their YouTube channel. 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 visiting her website at Hooked for Life.

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If you’re new to KnittingWomen.com, you may not know that we have been sharing our favourite knitting resources with our readers, since 2013! Do let us point you in the direction of some other knitting patterns for stunning shawls: this video tutorial will help you knit the Pastoral Lace Knit Shawl; for that extra pizzazz we suggest taking a look at these 7 stylish shawls and stoles; in chilly Summer evenings, keep warm with these light knitted shawls; and finally don’t miss our ultimate round-up where we share 31 terrific triangle shawl free knit patterns.

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