Cosy Moments Shawl Finished Objects!

Cosy Moments Shawl Finished Objects!

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Hello everyone! The Cosy Moments Shawl MAL has ended March 6th, thank you all so much for knitting along with me! I’m still seeing new finished shawls pop up every day in my Instagram feed (#cosymomentsshawl) or on Facebook. Be sure to join the Scheepjes Facebook group so you can share your shawls! There’s a new MAL going on by the wonderful Susan Walsh from Peppergoose, I love her designs so be sure to take a look!

Today I will share some more of the Cosy Moments Shawl finished objects that have caught my eye. I hope you will enjoy them too, and you might see your own shawl in this blogpost!

cosy moments shawls knit in pink yarn
left: Surinaa – Maxi Sugar Rush; top right: Evelien – Strawberries and Scream Whirl; bottom right: Yona – Night Time Bubbles Whirl

The Cosy Moments MAL was a Scheepjes make-a-long for Valentine’s day, so I’ve seen a lot of pink projects! Pink is one of my favourite colours so I really like these beautiful pink shawls 🙂

On the left, you see the stunning version by Surinaa! She made the shawl in Scheepjes Maxi Sugar Rush, a really fine cotton yarn perfect for warmer climates. The colour is 408 Old Rosa. Surinaa joined the MAL with her craft group all the way in Singapore! So lovely to have you girls join the MAL 🙂

On the top right, you see the beautiful shawl by Evelien, who made hers in Scheepjes Whirl Strawberries and Scream. This Whirl colour is always a success!

On the bottom right, Yona showcases her shawl in Scheepjes Whirl Nighttime Bubbles, going from pink to black. Really striking to see the contrast between soft pink and stylish black.

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Wool Warehouse (UK) Caro’s Atelier (NL)

top left: Annelies – Indigo Plane Whirl; top right: Gretchen – Green Tea Tipple Whirl; bottom right: Sandra – Peppermint Patty Cake Whirl; bottom left: Éva – unknown Whirl

Lots of blues and greens too! Here are some of my faves:

Top left is the spectacular shawl by Annelies, in Scheepjes Whirl Indigo Plane. Love that deep blue!

Top right is Gretchen’s version in Scheepjes Whirl Green Tea Tipple, a more moody colourway, very elegant!

Bottom right you can see Sandra’s shawl in Peppermint Patty Cake, lovely shades of mint green!

Bottom left is Éva’s version which she created from multiple Whirl cakes, very inventive using up leftover yarn, great job!

Top left: Wim – Blackberry Mint Chip Whirl; bottom left: Karin – Jumping Jaffa Pop Whirl; Right: Shweta – Golden Glowworm Whirl

Another set of magnificent shawls!

Top left is Wim’s shawl in Blackberry Mint Chip. Wim is also known as Mr Knitbear on Instagram, and he came to one of my workshops, so nice! Be sure to check out Wim’s book on socks 😉

Bottom left is Karin’s shawl in Scheepjes Whirl Jumpin Jaffa Pop! A dazzling colourway that I don’t see as often, so I was really pleased to see this one.

On the right, you see Shweta modeling her beautiful version in Scheepjes Whirl Ombré Golden Glowworm, look how well it matches her dress! Shweta joined the MAL all the way from Dubai, so lovely to have so many crafters join in!

cosy moments shawl
Left: Kristina – Chocolate Vermicelli Woolly Whirl; Middle: Aleksandra – Cotton Candy Man; Right: Anke – Scheepjes Stonewashed yarns

Just look at these gorgeous shawls!

On the left, Kristina has blocked her shawl out meticulously, knit in Scheepjes Whirl Chocolate Vermicelli.

Aleksandra (middle) has chosen Scheepjes Whirl Cotton Candy Man for her shawl, so beautiful!

On the right, you see Anke’s pastel-coloured version in Scheepjes Stonewashed yarns. A heavier weight yarn, so I’m sure it’s nice and warm!

Top left: Suzanne – Whirligig Teal to Yellow; Top right: Niamh – Whirligig Teal to Ombre; Bottom right: Monique – Whirligig Plum to Ochre; Bottom left: Vanessa – Whirligig Sapphire to Blue

Talking about heavier weight yarns, a lot of knitters chose to knit theirs out of Scheepjes Whirligig, which is a GREAT yarn for this shawl! I’m so happy that I’ve knitted a version in Scheepjes Whirligig too, it is so large and cuddly and warm! It has beautiful stitch definition too and the lace just comes out so nicely.

Top left is Suzanne’s gorgeous version in Whirligig Teal to Yellow. One of my favourite colourways of this yarn!

Top right is Niamh’s STUNNING shawl in Whirligig Teal to Ombre. As I remember she was one of the first to finish hers in Whirligig and she even knit the extended version, using most of a ball of Whirligigette as well. It’s about 180cm wide!! Really really beautiful work.

Bottom right, you can see Monique’s sublime Cosy Moments Shawl in Scheepjes Whirligig Plum to Ochre. A lovely warm colourway, like a sunset!

Bottom left is Vanessa modeling her shawl in Scheepjes Whirligig Sapphire to Blue. I love her shawl pin too!

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Wool Warehouse (UK) Caro’s Atelier (NL)

cosy moments shawl knit up in a beautiful yarn going from purple to green

Femke has also knitted her shawl from Scheepjes Whirligig, in the colourway Sapphire to Jade. I think it looks wonderful!!

And last but very much not least: this STUNNER by Tammy from Canadutch, knit up in Scheepjes Whirl Dandelion Munchies. Tammy is one of my dearest friends, a fellow Scheepjes blogger and also a moderator of the Scheepjes Facebook groups where the MAL was hosted. I was so happy to have Tammy on board, she has done SO much for this make-a-long, without her it wouldn’t have been the same. She and the other moderators and admins have helped me out with proofreading the pattern, giving guidance to participants in the Facebook groups, and making sure I see each and every one of your gorgeous versions of the Cosy Moments Shawl. Thank you!!

A big thank you to Scheepjes as well for hosting the Cosy Moments MAL, I’ve never had so many people make my one of my patterns, it was truly a great experience! See all of the versions here on Ravelry.

Want to knit your own version of the Cosy Moments Shawl?

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Part 4

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  1. Cynthia Porges
    April 15, 2020 at 5:23 pm — Reply

    I have been crocheting for over seven years and have done many CALs (crochet a longs) in my time. I have knitted a hat for my son and couldn’t figure out how to purl and knit stitch. I have had so much inspiration seeing everyone’s shawl, and your gorgeous design. I love how your videos are so detailed and show you step by step how to do the increases and the different stitches. I am going to do this!! Thank you for your design and the inspiration to learn how to knit. ❤️

    • April 19, 2020 at 11:22 am — Reply

      Thank you Cynthia! That is so nice to hear, and I hope you will enjoy learning how to knit! <3

  2. Surinaa Tan
    April 16, 2020 at 2:02 am — Reply

    It is a beautifully designed shawl. What an honour to be featured! Thank you for the amazing effort in designing a well written pattern and clear videos!

  3. Monique Koomans
    April 20, 2020 at 10:31 am — Reply

    Wat leuk om mijn shawl hier terug te zien! Dank je wel!
    Hij was erg leuk om te maken, ik krijg heel veel positieve reacties!
    Groetjes Monique

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Cosy Moments Shawl Finished Objects!