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  • Craft: Knit
  • Free/Paid: Paid
  • Yarn Weight: Sport
  • Yarn Base: Buttery Sport
  • Yardage: 800+
  • Project Type: Shawls/Wraps
  • Difficulty: Intermediate
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One Size: Finished Blocked Measurements: 22” x 61” (56 cm x 155 cm); Instructions are included to adjust both the length and width.


Expression Fiber Arts Buttery Sport yarn

Shown in colors: Roasted Hues Kit – Dark Teal (C1), Light Brown (C2), Light Teal (C3), Dark Brown (C4) & Cream (C5); 300 yd/274 m (3.5 oz/100 g) per skein [1500 yd/1370 m per kit].

189 to 245 yds (173 to 224 m) of each color was used in the sample, approx. total 1,106 yds/1,011 m; [C1: 237 yds/217 m, C2: 228 yds/208 m, C3: 245 yds/224 m, C4: 207 yds/189 m, & C5: 189 yds/173 m]. Be sure to check your gauge often as you work to ensure that you do not run out of yarn.

If those colors aren’t available, any from this category will work. You can also use our Roasted Hues Luster Sport kit to knit this pattern.


US size 6 ( straight or 24-32” circular knitting needle, or size needed to obtain gauge

(If you feel that you might run out of yarn, we suggest that you drop down a needle size to ensure you have enough yarn.)


Intermediate: This pattern is for those who feel comfortable with knitting and have made several projects, using various skills and techniques. Skills/concepts include Mosaic knitting, working with more than one yarn at a time, slipping stitches, repositioning the yarn between the front and the back, and carrying nonworking yarn up the side.

Notes From the Designer:

Arazzo is the Italian word for ‘tapestry,’ and the two Mosaic designs and stitch textures included in this shawl resemble the look of a woven fabric or a tapestry. Arazzo is a rectangular shawl that is knitted flat in one piece and is composed of repeating sections of Seed Stitch, Woven Stitch, and two-color Mosaic knitting. You’ll need five different colors of contrasting yarn for this beautiful, repeating, symmetrical pattern, and instructions are included to customize both the length and width. Additionally, each row is written out in the Mosaic sections, so you don’t need to remember Mosaic knitting “rules" to complete those stitch patterns.
  • Click the Videos tab to watch a tutorial on how to work a few rows of the center Mosaic section and how to steam block this shawl.
  • This rectangular shawl is knitted flat in one piece and is composed of repeating sections of Seed Stitch, Woven Stitch, and two-color Mosaic knitting. You’ll need five different colors of yarn for this pattern.
  • Other than the Seed Stitch rows, each row includes a 9-stitch Woven Stitch border on both the right and left sides. You may wish to place optional stitch markers to visually mark these borders.
  • If you would like to modify the overall length of this shawl, you can knit more or fewer repeats of the stitch patterns in any of the sections; however, be sure to make these modifications on both halves of the shawl in order to maintain its symmetry. If you would like to modify the width, you can increase or decrease the number of stitches you cast on in multiples of 20 + 21 stitches.
  • At times, you’ll work with two colors of yarn at the same time. You can carry your nonworking yarn up the side or back until you’re instructed to break the yarn. • In almost all sections, you’ll be instructed to slip stitches. All stitches are slipped purlwise. Be sure to note whether the yarn needs to be held to the back or the front when you’re slipping these stitches. In the Mosaic knitting sections, stitches are slipped with yarn in back on right-side rows and with yarn in front on wrong-side rows.
  • Because Mosaic knitting benefits greatly from blocking to even out the tension and bring out the overall design, you’ll want to block your finished shawl for the best effect. If using high contrast colors like those in the Roasted Hues Buttery Sport kit, I recommend steam blocking or spritz blocking your shawl, rather than wet blocking it.
  • Finally, be sure to check your gauge against mine to ensure that you have enough yarn to complete the pattern. • Click here to read past blog 
  • Click here to read past blog posts that show plenty of tips and tricks for knitting Mosaic shawls.

Designed by Monica Wesley


- On page 11 of the pattern, the final repeat of the Woven Stitch Section should say, “With C1, repeat Rows 1-4 of the Woven Stitch Section 2 once.”

- On page 9 after Row 58, two rows were omitted in the original pattern. The next four row instructions should say: “With C5, repeat Rows 3-4 of the Two-Color Mosaic Center Section one time. Break C5. With C4, repeat Rows 1-2 of the Two-Color Mosaic Center Section one time. Break C4.” The omission of these two rows, alters the right- and left-side Woven Stitch borders on all RS rows, so all subsequent RS border stitches are affected. Please download the updated copy of this pattern. The updated version has corrected the missing rows, as well as the RS border stitches and the final repeat of the Woven Stitch Section.

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