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Eckert Street Shawls is a collection of four shawls using the same stitch patterns to create a squishy shawl to wrap up in. Choose the style that suits you best - a shawlette, oversize triangular shawl, asymetrical shawl or a rectangular wrap.


Enjoy some soothing garter combined with sections of eyelets and brioche while knitting the shape you love the best.


Eckert Street is in a neighborhood in my town where a number of friends live. It’s a street where families congregate in each others yards or on the sidewalk as the young kiddos cruise the block on their bikes or chase each other into exhaustion. It’s where the adults can have a beverage of their choice and share stories from their day and week. A place where many laughs are shared, along with a few tears every once in awhile.



Designed for fingering weight yarn. Total yardage:

Shawlette: 400 yd / 366 m 
Triangular Shawl: 1253 yd / 1146 m 
Asymmetrical Shawl: 984 yd / 900 m 
Rectangular Wrap: 1600 yd / 1463 m.


Samples Knit in The Fibre Co. Cumbria Fingering (60% Merino Wool, 30% Masham Wool, 10% Goat Mohair, 328 yd / 300 m, 100 g) in Castlerigg (shawlette), Buttermere (triangular shawl), Isel (asymmetrical), Fair Hill (rectangular).



US 6 / 4.0 mm 40” / 100 cm circular needle



tapestry needle, stitch markers (qty 2-4)


Finished Dimensions

Shawlette: 42.5” wide x 20.5” deep / 62 cm x 33 cm 
Triangular Shawl: 62” wide x 33” deep / 157.5 cm x 84 cm 
Asymmetrical Shawl: 74” wide x 27” deep / 188 cm x 68.5 cm 
Rectangular Wrap: 90” wide x 31” deep / 229 cm x 79 cm

Note: this may vary based on the weight of yarn used


Difficulty Level

Adventurous Beginner to Intermediate



knit, purl, yarn over, increases, one-color brioche (tutorials avialable)


Thank you so much to my amazing test knitters and tech editor for their help and input for this collection of shawls.

Eckert Street Shawls Collection PDF Pattern

  • In purchasing this product you will receive a .pdf pattern for the pictured item so that you may knit them up yourself, not the actual finished item.

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