Drawn from the dichotomy of the fragile thatched roof and strong flint and brick exterior of the medieval house, Walderton is sure to inspire. The stark contrast of cable and lace are juxtaposed in this triangular shawl to create a look both unique and beautiful. Pair with your favorite shawl pin for a timeless look to be enjoyed for years to come.
58 x 21 in / 147 x 53 cm
438 yd / 401 m of fingering weight yarn
US 5 / 3.75 mm, 24 in / 60 cm circular needle
3 stitch markers
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
Samples shown in:
Why Knot Fibers Seduction, colorway Shire
Twisted Fiber Art Tasty Evlolution, colorway Phantom
17 stitches and 20 rows = 4 in / 10 cm in Seed Stitch.
Cable Cast on
Elastic Bind off
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This pattern is also available on Ravelry
I am really enjoying this project, the pattern is interesting and getting the hang of putting on the beads has been easier than I was expecting. Thank you. Cchje
I have not had a chance to start the pattern, but the directions are very understandable and I can’t wait to start!! Also my former job was in molecular! Right down my alley!!❤️
Very nice interesting pattern. Looking forward to knitting it up.
I was really pleased with this pattern, its exactly what I want for my next project. I have not started it yet as I am trying hard to finish a rather slow, complex pattern so its going to be a pleasure to take on a nice, straightforward, clear pattern that can zip along, and then will complement my new thistle pin brilliantly. Thank you Michelle
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