Intrepid Ardor PDF Knitting Pattern for Cabled Shawl

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This listing is for a PDF download for the cable knit shawl pattern Intrepid Ardor.

The newest pattern in the Evident Allure collection, Intrepid Ardor is all about the adventure. Designed specifically for knitters eager to explore cables for the first time, this triangle shawl is a delightful mix of garter stitch and a central cabled spine, sure to inspire your courage and confidence in your burgeoning skills as the beautiful cables quickly form on your needles. Pair with your favorite shawl pin for a bold statement that is effortless to wear and gorgeous from all angles.

Finished Measurements 
66 x 30 in / 168 x 76 cm

Materials 
550 yd / 503 m of DK weight yarn 
Sample shown in Stunning String Studio Plump, colorway Wild Berries 
US 8 / 5 mm circular needle with at least 40 in / 100 cm cable 
8 stitch markers 
Cable needle 
Tapestry needle

Gauge 
11 stitches and 22 rows = 4 in / 10 cm in 
garter stitch

Skills 
Cables 
I-cord Bind-Off

Click here for tutorials on these skills.

Written and Charted Stitch Patterns are both included. 

 

Pattern Also Available on Ravelry

www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/intrepid-ardor



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Helix shawl pattern

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

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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!!❤️

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Very nice interesting pattern. Looking forward to knitting it up.

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Outlander shawl pattern

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