Emely Shawl


May 2, 2018

And now for the fourth and final part of this gorgeous shawl.  Its so amazing to see and feel how rich in texture this has become.  How many will you be making?  I know I won’t be stopping at the two I am working on.

Follow the link in last week’s posting to get to part 4 and complete your own.  Share your photos, and enjoy your new shawl!  Many thanks to Jasmin Ornas for designing this beauty and sharing it with us all!

April 25

Your hands will not resist the feel of this shawl as the texture continues. Part 3 has now been added.  Keep sharing your photos, they are turning out great!  I know what I will be working on today!


April 18

Ready for part 2?  So many beautiful ones started out there, glad to see you are sharing your photos.  I love all the different colors, and as you can see, that texture is amazing.  I am loving mine, and believe me, photos do not do it justice.  So, get set to continue, or start one.  The Ravelry link in part one has now been updated to include Parts 1 and 2.   Enjoy!

April 11

Part 1 of the lovely Emely Shawl has now been released with the English version and translations.  Enjoy the start of your new beauty!



Introducing the stunning Emely shawl by Jasmin Ornas.  This shawl pattern will be released in four parts, on Wednesdays, beginning on April 11th and ending on May 2nd.  We are very excited to also say that the pattern was translated into other languages.  Therefore it will be in Danish, Dutch, English, French, Hebrew,  Spanish, and Swedish.

Jasmin Ornas is an extremely talented designer, and when you read her bio and check out her Ravelry page, you will be quite impressed.  I certainly am, and cannot wait to begin this beautiful shawl myself, and I just may have the right gradient yarn for it.


So get set, gather your materials, and check out what stitches you will need to be familiar with. The texture in this shawl is  beautiful to look at, and most certainly, to touch.


Here are the supplies you will need to get started.

Yardage: at least 500m/550 yard 4-layered or 3-layered gradient yarn, with a yardage 300-400 m per 100 g. [ i.e. Sock weight to Sport weight (US) / 5 ply (UK, NZ, AUS). ]

As with all our CALs, make sure you join our Emely Shawl Facebook Event

and then be sure to share your photos with us.



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