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Born during the 2020 pandemic quarantine, the Kaleidoscope Shawl started out as a blanket that I quickly grew bored of – which is my usual M.O. as a maker, if I am being honest. Will I ever be able to make enough of the same granny square to make an entire blanket? Most likely no, but the true answer is still yet to be seen.
However, I couldn’t let all of these colorful, happy, hexagons go to waste, so using what I had, I challenged myself to create a shawl, and I’m so glad I did! Dare I say it turned into the MOST COLORFUL SHAWL ON THE INTERNET ™ and as if that wasn’t enough, it also has tassels…… I know! This might just be my favorite make ever, and I am very excited to share it with you.
The yarn used for this shawl is Dover Street Supply Co. superwash merino wool in DK weight. You can shop this yarn at www.doverstreetsupplyco.com or by clicking the link. Any DK weight or light worsted weight yarn will work for this pattern, details on number of colors and yardage are included in the pattern. Pick yarns that are extra soft so you’ll end up with luxurious drape. This project is perfect for stash busting, and using up those mini skeins you’ve collected throughout your yarn travels.
The amazing wooden crochet hooks shown here, in the pattern photos, and in the YouTube tutorial are from KnitPicks and WeCrochet. CLICK HERE to shop them!
As always – this pattern is the property of Stephanie Lewis, and is not to be copied or sold in any capacity. Items created from the patterns can be sold. If you make a Kaleidoscope Shawl, I’d love to see it! Send me an email or tag me on instagram.