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Cosy Coastline Shawl Pattern

Cosy Coastline Shawl Pattern

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**PDF Knitting Pattern Only**

This listing does not include the finished product, just the pattern to be able to make it yourself.

This cosy coastline shawl is a classic triangle shape with a stunning but simple design running along one side of the shawl. I love triangle shawls, they are so versatile to wear, cow boy style with the V at the front, around the shoulders or with a shawl pin or cuff to name a few.

In December, I prefer simple designs that make use of advent yarn. With so many distractions, it's difficult to focus on anything else. This particular design is perfect for mindful knitting while still providing the pleasure of observing the colours changing day by day. Plus, you can customize it with as many or as few colours as you like.


  • Minimum of 1,080 meters of 4ply or sock yarn
  • 3.75mm needles (or size needed for gauge)
  • Cable Needle
  • Progress keeper to mark the front of your work (optional)
  • 1 x Stitch Marker
  • Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
  • Scissors
  • Your preferred blocking equipment

Finished shawl Size is approximately 47 Inches by 47 inches. (119 cm by 119 cm), however this can be made larger or smaller depending on the amount of yarn you would like to use.

You may not reprint, resell or claim this pattern as your own, this is property of Blue Fern Yarns. In the countries where you need my permission to make and sell the socks from my pattern, I give it freely.

This is a digital download and you will receive a link to download your pattern following payment of your order.

Yarn Bases

Are you feeling a bit perplexed by the world of yarns and fibers? You're not alone! When I first began working with yarn, I was lost when it came to selecting the right type of yarn base for my projects. To assist you in your journey, I've compiled a list of the yarns we dye here at Blue Fern Yarns.

Suri Silk

74% Baby Suri Alpaca 26% Mulberry Silk (Non-Supwerwash)

300 meters per 50g - Lace Weight

Alpaca and silk yarn is a luxurious and durable option that is warmer than wool, hypoallergenic, and doesn't pill easily. It can be used alone or combined with another yarn for added comfort and is a great option for those sensitive to mohair. Perfect for jumpers, shawls, and cowls.


75% Supwerwash Merino 25% Nylon

425 meters per 100g - 4ply / Sock 
225 meters per 100g - DK / Double knitting

This popular yarn, commonly used by indie dyers, is a blend of Superwash Merino wool and Nylon, resulting in a soft yet strong texture that's perfect for knitting socks. It can also be used for various other projects, including shawls, clothing, and blankets.


50% Supwerwash Merino 50% Silk

400 meters per 100g - 4ply 
200 meters per 100g - DK / Double knitting

Silk-blended superwash merino wool yarn creates a light shimmer and excellent stitch definition. Ideal for all seasons, silk yarns keep you warm in winter and cool in summer.


70% Superwash Merino, 20% Silk, 10% Cashmere

400 meters per 100g - 4ply 

This yarn is the perfect combination of silk, cashmere, and superwash merino, resulting in a beautiful, shiny texture that's soft to the touch. Get ready for a cosy, comfortable feel with a dash of added glamour. Thanks to the silk, this yarn will keep you cool in the summer months while providing warmth during the winter.


85% Superwash Merino, 15% Donegal Neps

400 meters per 100g - 4ply 
212 meters per 100g - DK / Double knitting

Neps yarn is a great option if you're looking to add some visual interest to your shawls or garments. This yarn features small nodules of black, brown, and cream fibres that create a fun, textured look.


70% Baby Alpaca, 20% Silk, 10% Cashmere (Non-Superwash)

400 meters per 100g - 4ply 
225 meters per 100g - DK / Double knitting

This super soft yarn has a beautiful shine and halo to it which comes from the silk and alpaca it has cashmere for a next-to-the-skin softness. Alpaca is great for wrapping up warm all day when in cooler weather. While similar to sheep's wool, it is warmer, not prickly, and has no lanolin, which makes it hypoallergenic. 


70% Superwash Merino 20% Yak 10% Nylon

400 meters per 100g - 4ply/Sock 

Superwash merino wool is blended with Yak for a lovely soft yarn. It also has a darker natural colour meaning the colours you can get with the yarns are lovely deep tones. This yarn is ideal for socks, shawls and garments.


80% Supwerwash Merino 20% Nylon

300m per 100g - Sport 

This popular yarn blend can be founs in may different dyed yarns and weights. It is a blend of Superwash Merino wool and Nylon, resulting in a soft yet strong texture that's perfect for knitting socks. 

Dyed to Order only - please contact us if you want this yarn base.

Care Information

To preserve its quality, we recommend hand washing with your preferred wool wash in cool water. Some slight colour bleeding may occur during the initial wash, which is normal.

Useful Information

Please note that each skein of yarn is hand-dyed, resulting in unique variations between them. We suggest alternating skeins throughout your project to create a more uniform look. If you purchase multiple skeins of the same colourway, they will be from the same dye-lot unless otherwise specified. We take great care to ensure consistency between dye-lots, but as with all hand-dyed yarn, some variations may occur.

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