52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
52 Weeks of Shawls
£34.00

Laine Publishing

52 Weeks of Shawls

52 Weeks of Shawls is a unique look into contemporary shawl knitting.The designers behind the 52 patterns come from all around the world. This collection showcases an exceptionally wide range of yarns, techniques and levels of difficulty and also includes two crochet designs. It is a true encyclopedia of shawls, a future classic for decades to come.

We also have 52 Weeks of Socks which has been immensely popular around the world. 

This publication contains 52 knitting patterns by 50 designers. All patterns are beautifully photographed and illustrated.

272 pages
Print only, no digital download code available.

Due to its weight, we are unable to ship this book outside the UK. If you would like a shipping quote, please contact us

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As with other hand dyed yarns, we would recommend alternating skeins every two rows or so.

We care deeply about the environment and we're aware of the effects that chemicals can have on it, so we make every effort to exhaust all dyes in the dyebath so that no nasties go down the plughole. It is not always possible to exhaust *all* the dye, all the time, especially with certain dyeing techniques, so if you are intending on using your yarn for colourwork or with paler colours it pays to give it a wash first, just to be sure.

We try to ensure all colours look true on our monitor but they can vary substantially. If you’re unsure about a particular colourway please get in touch!

Notes

As with other hand dyed yarns, we would recommend alternating skeins every two rows or so.

We care deeply about the environment and we're aware of the effects that chemicals can have on it, so we make every effort to exhaust all dyes in the dyebath so that no nasties go down the plughole. It is not always possible to exhaust *all* the dye, all the time, especially with certain dyeing techniques, so if you are intending on using your yarn for colourwork or with paler colours it pays to give it a wash first, just to be sure.

We try to ensure all colours look true on our monitor but they can vary substantially. If you’re unsure about a particular colourway please get in touch!