Reap What You Sow Shawl – Free Pattern

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Reap What You Sow outstretched

About Reap What You Sow Shawl

The Reap What You Sow shawl is a top-down triangle shawl knit with a strand of worsted and strand of lace weight held together throughout. I chose this name because the ribbing reminds me of perfectly planted rows of crops, which made me think of sowing and reaping, you can see where I’m going here. Anyway, I also love the idea that you get back from a situation equal to what you put in. So, do the best you can in every situation and then reward yourself with some knitting time!

If you like worsted weight shawls, you may like my square shawl, Manta. If you’re in to triangle shawls and like fingering weight, I suggest Downtime, Love Frenzy, or Everywhen.

The only place to get the Reap What You Sow shawl pattern is below, but I did add it to Ravelry for knitters who like to stay organized over there.

Download Reap What You Sow Shawl Pattern


garter tab cast-on, make 1 left, make 1 right, make 1 left purlwise, make 1 right purlwise


  • Yarn: 1 skein Lion Brand Fisherman’s Wool in Nature’s Brown (100% Pure Virgin Wool, 465 yd, 8 oz), 1 skein Malabrigo Lace in Archangel (100% Baby Merino Wool, 470 yd, 50 g). Both yarns are held together throughout.
  • Needles: US9 circular needle, 40 in (100 cm). Or size needed to obtain gauge.
  • Notions: 1 removable stitch marker, 4 stitch markers, yarn needle


16 sts & 26 rows in 4 in (10 cm) in 4×4 rib


coming soon

Reap What You Sow close up
Reap What You Sow worn

Author: Kelly

I create disaster-movie-worthy knitting patterns.

4 thoughts on “Reap What You Sow Shawl – Free Pattern

    1. Ahhh! You need to click the black bar to leave the mobile site. Then you’ll be able to enter your e mail for a copy of the pattern.

      Thank you

  1. @Kelly Go to the very bottom of this page and click on “exit mobile version” it will take you to a page you can get the pattern.

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