Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Knit Prayer Shawls from Leisure Arts

As I said before, I have been trying to catch up my knitting skills with my crochet skills. I did learn to knit first but once I started to crochet I kind of dropped it, as I find it a bit harder. Since I have a deep love for shawls, I decided a knitting book of shawls would really be a great way to get me motivated to knit more.

I headed over to Leisure Arts where I found Knit Prayer Shawls which has 15 awesome patterns. I absolutely love the lacy look and the way these shawls drape. There are a few marked easy, which I will have to start with until I get my knitting legs again and then the rest are marked intermediate. 

The lovely lace you see on the cover is called Sunny Days Ahead and is an intermediate pattern that is on my list for as soon as I feel ready to jump to that level. It is a simple beautiful pattern that I would love to make for a dear friend. 

This book has wonderful written instructions that are easy to follow and great illustrative pictures, as well as pictures of the finished projects so that you get a great idea of what they work up to look like. 

Are you a knitter and a crocheter? Have you ever made a prayer shawl?  

Take some time to browse Leisure Arts' great selection and make sure you also connect with Leisure Arts on Facebook and Twitter so that you never miss a special or new pattern! Also, if you sign up for their knitting or crochet newsletters, you get a free pattern on Fridays!

Disclosure: I may receive products in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be good for my readers. 


  1. I think the Knit Prayer Shawls are gorgeous! I did not know that they had prayer shawls. I would love to own one of these. I think it would be a fun item to make!

  2. These are all so pretty, especially the sunny days ahead pattern.