Stole Knitting Patterns
To get the knitting patterns, scroll down the page to the individual pattern you want and click on the link to that pattern.
These patterns are not my designs but links to other designers who have generously shared their patterns. If you have questions about how to knit a specific pattern, please contact the designer directly.
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Free Knitting Patterns
Helms Deep Wrap
This lace rectangular wrap features zizag eyelet lace with bobbles. Designed by Black Hound. Pattern includes cast-on numbers for 4 different widths. Pictured project by Knittygolfgirl
Princess Lace Wrap
This lace rectangular wrap is designed by Betsy Perry. 12″ x 60″. Pictured project by Knittygolfgirl
One Skein Melody’s Stole
This lace rectangular wrap is easily adapted to a wider and longer shawl by casting on more stitches and working more repeats. The edging is worked at the same time as the main body. Designed by Denise Twum. 21″ x 61″. Pictured project used 400-500 yards of lace yarn.
Fall Breeze Shawl
I’ve knit this wrap as a gift to my mother and it’s very easy. It’s a rectangular shawl or stole with eyelet Lace Check squares at each end. The original pattern has a stockinette body but the pictured project by lauremir continued the Lace Check pattern throughout. It does require blocking to open up the lace. My mom got a lot of compliments on her shawl. Designed by Denise Twum
Liquid Silver Shawl
This lace stole features lace zigzags and optional beads. Designed by by Rosemary (Romi) Hill for elann. Great for weddings and special events.
Soothing Comfort Shawl
This easy rectangular shawl by Christine Marie Chen features a slip stitch texture pattern in tubular bulky yarn.
Cabled Button Wrap
Designed by Erika Flory, this shawl is a quick and easy introduction to cables. Three buttons make it adjustable.
Chevron Cloud Shawl
Two contrasting textures of yarn add interest to this chevron stripe lace shawl by Espace Tricot. When you click on the free pattern link, scroll down the page to the pattern link.
Gena Wich’s design is a two row repeat interspersed with garter stitch with not shaping.
Versatile rectangular lace shawl or stole from Yarnspirations in fingering yarn. Approx 24” [61 cm] wide x 80” [203 cm] long (after blocking)
Briar Rose Shawl
Double moss stitch textured wrap with a twisted stitch flower vine border. Designed by Heather Lodinksy for Red Heart. 22″ wide x 56″ long.
Designed by Yarnspirations. Approx 21 x 54″ [53.5 cm x 137 cm] (excluding fringe).
Celtic Cables Wrap
Cables and seed stitch make this shawl by Yarnspirations luxurious but simple to knit. Approx 14” x 60” [35.5 x 152.5 cm]
Feather & Fan Shawl
The combination of the easy 4-row repeat wave lace pattern and self-striping yarn creates a dramatic shawl in this design by Samantha Lever for Red Heart.
Summer Love Wrap
This cotton lace shawl is perfect for warmer weather.
Patterns for Purchase
Stunning rectangle shaped shawl wrap in a fun chevron pattern with easy slipped stitch colorwork.
By Airmail Wrap
This easy rectangular shawl is knit on on the bias in easy garter stitch.
Faraway Blues Lace Wrap
The lace instructions for this rectangular shawl are both written and charted. Aran weight yarn.
This lace stole can be adapted to a scarf size. Pattern directions include lots of color pictures, very detailed knitting instructions and definitions of stitches used, and NO CHARTS
This rectangular shawl is an easy pattern that creates texture with just knit and purl stitches.
Tweed and Tassel Wrap
This rectangular shawl features a herringbone style texture created with knit, purl and slip stitches. Tassels and fringe are optional.
A light rectangle scarf or wrap in 2 sizes featuring an easy-to-work stitch pattern with a rolling cadence. Yarn also available on pattern site.
Ishka is an easy reversible stole, perfect for beginners in lace knitting, according to the designer. Looks great in variegated yarn!
The pattern is only 4 rows of basic knitting stitches repeated until you reach the required length. This makes it a very enjoyable knitting experience and VERY satisfying as it’s quick and easy but with beautiful results.
Rectangular Aran wrap
Cabled stole is worked sideways to the required length.
Terry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!