• Photo © Crissy Jarvis

  • Photo © Crissy Jarvis

  • Photo © Marnie MacLean

  • Photo © Marnie MacLean

  • Photo © Marnie MacLean

  • Photo © Marnie MacLean

  • Photo © Marnie MacLean

  • Photo © Marnie MacLean

  • Photo © Marnie MacLean

This shawl is worked from the bottom, up to the center-neck, using the pi-shawl method. All charts show RS rows only, work WS rows in established pattern, knitting the knit stitches and purling the purl stitches and yarn overs as they appear.


All shawl patterns originally offered through Twist Collective are available as part of the Twist Shawls eBook.

  • 1 pattern: $7
  • Any 4 patterns: $16 — just $4 per pattern. Discount is automatic.
  • All 16 patterns: $48 — just $3 per pattern when bought as an ebook.


This deal is not retroactive to purchases made through Twist Collective or Ravelry before the pattern rights reverted back to me in January 2019.


Pattern contains 1 size

  • Radius: Approx 26" / 66 cm from center to furthest point


  • 2 hanks Lisa Souza Silk/Baby Camel (435 yd / 398 m per 3 ½ oz / 100 g skein; 65% Mulberry Silk, 35% Baby Camel) in Cornflower
  • Size US 6 / 4 mm circular needle, 60" / 150 cm long or longer
  • Stitch markers (optional), cable needle, cotton thread for lifeline (optional), tapestry needle, blocking supplies


  • 20 sts and 30 rows = 4" / 10 cm in Stockinette stitch, before blocking

    Correct gauge is not critical for this project, but your final measurements and yardage requirements may vary if your gauge is different.

Pattern Update:

Current version: mmd121718

This pattern was originally published by Twist Collective. The last Twist Collective version was 122917.

This pattern has gone through superficial changes to update the appearance, and the file has been reviewed by a tech editor to ensure no necessary information was omitted. If you find an issue, please feel free to contact me.

If you purchased the pattern through Twist Collective, I may not be able to verify your order and you may not receive errata or other updates. Patterns bought through Ravelry or transferred to your Ravelry library, should be configured to receive updates, though there may be some technical issues while the process is refined. I will do my best to assist you if any issues arise.

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