I'm so happy & excited to release the FEYRE shawl knitting pattern today! FEYRE was inspired by the main character Feyre, from the Court of Thorn and Roses Series by Sarah J. Maas, and is a crescent shaped shawl that embodies both the strength & softness, and the lightness & darkness that are always at play within Feyre. Relaxing to knit combinations of Stockinette stitch, Garter stitch and Slip Stitch Ribs combine to make a shawl filled with texture that's fabulous for showing off your new favorite marl, tonal or hand dyed yarn!

FEYRE was designed to allow the knitter to sub in different yarns in each section (or sub-section) and to truly customize their shawl! To help envision "your" Feyre we've included FREE bonus coloring pages with every PDF pattern!


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I've got a soft spot for marl yarns. I love them. So when Brooklyn Tweed released their new marl colorways in Shelter a few months ago I fell head over heels in love. I knew a marled shawl needed to be made asap and FEYRE was born! I wanted a shawl that was worsted weight, pretty quick to knit with great drape, a generous size, and with multiple styling options.

I also wanted to play with texture, cause you know guys know how much I loooove The slipped stitch ribs in this pattern are fun to knit but also pop amongst the marl. The knit-on edging changes the stitch direction of the rib and I love how that plays against the movement of the rest of the shawl. All the sections with the marl are combos of stockinette and garter so you can go wild subbing in tonals, striping, solids - you name it! It was so fun to see all the fun combinations the testers came up with for Feyre!  

I really love wearing Feyre in all the ways shown on the model. But my favorite way is with my new hand carved arrow shawl pin from E. C. Crafts! Isn't it lovely? So stunning! I think it goes perfectly with the inspiration behind Feyre and also the colorways. I'm definitely smitten with it!

Feyre Shawl knitting pattern by Shannon Cook of VeryShannon #feyreshawl
Feyre Shawl knitting pattern by shannon cook of #feyreshawl


Brooklyn Tweed Shelter (100% American Wool, 140yds/128m per skein) (worsted)
3 skeins in MC, shown in Newsprint, OR 390yds/357m of worsted weight yarn
3 skeins in CC, shown in Fossil, OR 345yds/315m of worsted weight yarn

12 sts and 16 rows = 4in/10cm in St st

5.00mm/US 8 - long circular recommended

Stitch markers - 2
Removable stitch marker
Yarn needle
Blocking wires - optional

Approx 21in/53cm depth (measured at center of shawl), and 68in/172cm wingspan, from tip to tip, while laying in crescent shape with natural curve.

Feyre shawl knitting pattern by Shannon Cook of #feyreshawl


Feyre shawl knitting pattern by Shannon Cook of #feyreshawl


You can purchase a copy of FEYRE on Ravelry, in our shop and on Etsy. The pattern is a downloadble PDF that is fully written and includes a schematic, pattern stitch counts and bonus coloring pages. It has been professionally tech edited and also thoroughly tested.

You will also be able to find lovely pattern booklets of FEYRE (that include the digital version direct to your Ravelry library) at Beehive Wool Shop, Churchmouse Yarns & Teas and Tolt Yarn & Wool in the next week or so. 

Feyre Shawl Pattern

Are you a shop who would love to carry beautiful pattern booklets of FEYRE?

Visit our Wholesale Page HERE for more info! 

Feyre Shawl knitting pattern by Shannon Cook of #feyreshawl


I'll be sharing some more info about FEYRE during the next few weeks about yarn choices for Feyre, our fab tester versions, and a sample that the Plucky Knitter made up (p.s. you can see a sneak peek on the Feyre Ravelry page - it's stunning!!!!

You can also view more pics of Feyre on Ravelry as well :) 

A big thank you to all of you for your continued support of my patterns! I adore you guys! I hope you enjoy knitting FEYRE as much as I did! I can't wait to see them all! xoxoxo


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