The Harvest Hues Shawl Kit by Tamy Gore


We now offer handy kits of this pattern. All kits include enough yarn to make this beautiful shawl along with a limited edition button badge and a fab project bag to keep it all safe. Happy knitting!

The fabulous and, (if we say so ourselves) fantastically named ‘Harvest Hues’ Shawl is designed by the very talented, Tamy Gore. Click here if you’d like to buy the pattern.

Harvest Hues begins with squishy two colour brioche for a cozy start and eases into eyelets, colorwork and stripes. Small alternating sections makes this a relaxing and yet engaging experience as you knit away on your shawl. worked up in super-squishy Harvest Hues Worsted, we can’t imagine anything cosier!

John Arbon Textiles, Harvest Hues Worsted
The kit includes enough yarn to make this shawl in the colour palette of your choice, but the pattern is sold separately here on Ravelry.

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15 stitches and 28 rows = 10 cm in Blocked stockinette stitch.


US 7 / 4.5mm circular needles, 3″ / 80cm in length.

The inspiration behind Harvest Hues, lies in having the desire to create a sizable shawl that incorporated a few of my favourite things, so a cosy blend of syncopated brioche, colorwork and stripes. The colours I chose from the Harvest Hues collection speak to some of the earthy, rustic tones that I love and made it easy to create a shawl that could be a staple for crisp morning walks and the chilly winter evenings.

Knitted from the top down, Harvest Hues is a triangle shawl that starts off with two colour brioche before moving on to a sprinkling of eyelets and colorwork, and finished with a simple garter border