Shawls in Mountain Meadow Wool yarns

It's Shawl Season!

Spring showers may bring the flowers, but it's always a good idea to have a shawl handy for those cooler moments in the day! Mountain Meadow Wool yarns are perfect choices for your spring shawl knitting and crochet projects.

Mountain Meadow Wool + 10 Hours or Less for Speedy Shawls

Shawls can be worked in a variety of shapes and sizes, in just one yarn color or several. Take inspiration from the 10 Hours or Less designs shown above! Clockwise from top left: Ancient Artifact knit in Laramie and Powell, Skyward Songbird knit in Green River Fingering, Floral Fantasy crocheted in Dubois, Triton's Tail knit in Jackson, and Corrugated Curves knit in Jackson.

Our April shipment of the Legacy Yarn Club included two skeins of worsted weight Lincoln. One of the suggested patterns for the yarn is Rising Sun (above left), a free download on Ravelry - but don't count out the heavier weights or the simplicity of a solid color. Shawls can be made with a DIY gradient, as in Anteros knit in Sheridan (above center), or a solid-go-with-everything color as Cocoon knit in Lilura (above right). The next shipment of the Legacy Yarn Club is on the calendar for June, you can subscribe month-to-month for the remaining installments!

Don't forget the care instructions!

If you are making a shawl as a gift, maybe for Mother's Day or a Bride-to-be, don't forget to include instructions to ensure years of enjoyment! We've created a free gift tag you can download and include with your gift.

MMW yarns in 10 Hours or Less Designs

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