Inspired by a fresh arrival of Miss Babs Yummy 2-Ply and Yummy 2-ply toes, we’ve searched the galaxy for some of our favorite multi-colored shawls to show off the beautiful colors of hand-dyed yarn. Because let’s face it — it’s hard to choose just one from this spectrum of spectacular hues!
This brand new shawl pattern from Joji uses two skeins for the main color, and a full or mini skein (Yummy 2-Ply Toes would be perfect) for a striking contrast border. Looking through projects on Ravelry, this looks equally beautiful in solid and variegated yarns, and this mindless knitting project is perfect for gifting (or keeping for yourself!)
This recent design from the king of inventive stitching is designed for color play! Using 7 colors total, this is the perfect chance to pair some full skeins with some mini skeins, to create a one-of-a-kind statement shawl in your favorite colors.
If you love brioche, you’ll love slipping your way through this three-color wrap from brioche goddess Knit Graffiti. This is also a great beginner brioche project!
Good things come in threes, and this new shawl by Ambah is the perfect example. Pick your favorite three colors to create a bold, graphic shawl. Pick a light, a dark, and a speckle for maximum impact. Soothing garter stripes and simple mosaic colorwork make this an easy knit that only looks complicated!
Never a dull moment knitting as you explore a myriad of stitch patterns in this exploration of texture! This project is great for learning new stitch techniques, or for those of you who are easily bored by too much repetition (I’m guilty of this!) This pattern looks great in both soft and bright color palettes.