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Revolutionizing Shawls!

Do your beautiful hand-knit or crocheted shawls sit lonely on a closet shelf because you struggle with wearing and styling them? Check out my Tip Jar Tutorial on Transforming Shawl Shapes on my @Knicoleknits Under the Influence channel. Problem solved!

The origin story of my first “wrapover” is here: A Point-less Wrap

I’d love you hear all about your unwearable beautiful shawl stories!

Knit well,


4 thoughts on “Revolutionizing Shawls!

  1. I’ve been looking for you on Ravelery. Have you published a wrapover yet? I’m so curious to make one. I have the same issues as you.

  2. OMG – I’m super glad I found you yesterday (by chance) on YouTube! An amazing chain of syncronistic events. I’m in southern Ontario, and in a knitting slump. A million projects on the go, none really inspiring me at the moment but I want to knit. I found your video on Sequence Knitting, and that brought to mind I had ‘met’ this idea during a season of Knit Stars. Celia is amazing!! Then, when you mentioned MDK, I also recalled I had a couple of booklets downloaded. One of them was the Marled one. I quickly breezed through this and found a new purpose for my mini skeins and scrap sock yarn with the Colour Explosion Throw. I eagerly cast on and had to force myself to go to bed. Up early this morning, and knitting away, and watching another of your videos on Mosaic, when an intro to your rectangle from triangle shawl changes came up. I have to tell you sister, the struggle with triangles is so real with me as well. I can’t really wear wool if it’s touching my neck, but I keep knitting triangles. I made the NightShift, but absolutely hated the shape and to be honest, I think it was the worst shaped shawl ever. Too heavy too short, roll it up in a ball shawl! I gave it to my daughter and I doubt she’s ever worn it. But I LOVE the Nightshift pattern, and today, thank you, I have a plan for a Nightshift rectangle to be sewn together as you do for your poncho, or capelet, or whatever you called it (as I now can’t remember).

    Goodbye knitting slump! Thanks Nicole – life changing, seriously! Lesley

    1. Yay! I’m so happy to have been able to help with that dastardly slump!

      Have fun knitting the Nightshift – it’s such an enjoyable knit 😀

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