Savvy Slips PDF Knitting Pattern Download Easy Shawl

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Colorwork is a beautiful addition to any knitting pattern but can often mean complex techniques and hopelessly snarled balls of yarn. Enter Savvy Slips, a striped triangular shawl that uses a painless technique called mosaic knitting to accomplish its distinctive colorwork patterning. Perfect for pairing semi-solid and variegated or speckled yarns, this shawl caters to the knowledgeable knitter who maximizes their knitting speed and efficiency to make a beautiful colorwork pattern using only one color at a time! Pair with your favorite shawl pin for an effortless shawl that shows off your savvy knitting skills.



25 x 63 in / 63.5 x 160 cm



C1- 428 yd / 391 m of fingering weight

C2- 400 yd / 366 m of fingering weight

Sample shown in: Destination Yarn Passport C1- Maui, C2- Ube

US #2.5/3mm 24 in circular needle

Tapestry needle

Stitch Markers

End Minders



Slipped Stitches


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Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Donna Wills
Can’t wait to make!

Easy to follow pattern. Looks squishy and soft.

Becky Mentzer
Cables so fun!

I loved creating the knitted shawl with cables along one edge. It was an easy-to-follow pattern and a quick knit. I loved it! Will definitely knit this pattern again.

Debbie Meagher
Not Really Sure

I keep starting this pattern and I enjoy the lace and beads, but I am afraid to go on because I can't see in the pattern where it will change into a shawl, if I keep going. Just wanted to make sure I have the whole pattern. (4 pages including pictures). Waiting for a confirmation.

On my to do list

On my to do after the holidays. Love the look. Thanks so much for the pattern.

Susan Beares
Great Summer Project

So glad I found this pattern on the MD Sheep & Wool Festival page. It's a fun pattern to make and easy to carry so I can knit any time. It makes a really good summer project.

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