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Shapes of Shawls
Read what Amanda B. Collins shares about Shapes of Shawls.
Look for inspiration here? Looks like I’ve got rectangle, semi-circle, circular, square shaped shawls and shawlettes (some capelettes–which have closures), as well as a shell-shaped shawls and variations on the above shapes.
Ashland (recently updated to add a capelette) (rectangle with closures)
Belon (oyster-shell shape)
Latin Quarter (rectangle)
Montisi (semi-circle with closure)
Point Roberts (square)
Remarkables (modified rectangle)
Tuscany (semi-circle with closure)
Windsor Shawlette (semi-circle with closures)