Knit a Beautiful Handmade Shawl with a Single Skein of Yarn
The Spindrift Shawl is inspired by the expansive Pacific Ocean. The deep sea swell of the crescent shape is complemented by a deep eyelet border and picot edge which froths like the foam at the crest of a wave. Delicate, pretty and deceptively simple to knit, it’s a lovely size for an everyday accessory to add a bit of warmth and style to any outfit.
Join thousands of other intrepid knitters who have made their own gorgeous shawls with Curious Handmade’s Spindrift Shawl pattern and workshop.
Get The Spindrift Shawl Pattern for Free
Perfect for beginners or more experienced knitters who just want an engaging, soothing project, The Spindrift Shawl is one of Curious Handmade’s most popular designs. It’s so easy and fun to make that many people knit it again and again. (A handknit Spindrift Shawl makes an amazing gift!)
Written in the Curious Handmade Percentage Checklist™ style. This row-by-row format is super easy to follow, with stitch counts for every row, so you’ll never lose your place and never have to worry about whether or not you’ll run out of yarn. You can just enjoy the knitting and learn new techniques in a relaxed state of mind.
Learn How to Knit Shawls With a Free Virtual Workshop
Even if you’ve never knit a shawl before, this workshop is designed to encourage and motivate you all the way to the end of your first project. In a series of friendly, informative email lessons, you’ll learn:
- How to choose the right yarn and needles for your shawl
- What gauge means and whether it matters
- How to modify your shawl pattern or change the size
- How to stay on track with the clever Percentage Checklist™
- The best way to cast on
- Stitches you’ll use in the shawl
- The magic of blocking your handknit shawl
Even if you’ve never knit a shawl before, this workshop is designed to encourage and motivate you all the way to the end of your first project.
Join the Curious Crew of
knitters who love to learn
Most knitting happens in solitary, quiet moments, but there’s so much joy to be found in sharing your process and projects with other like-minded makers! You’ll discover daily encouragement, advice, and praise from the sweetest group of knitters I’ve ever met: the Curious Crew. We have our own Ravelry group where you can ask questions, show off your work-in-progress and finished shawls, and make some lifelong knitting friends.