Cedar Lake Shawl pattern PDF

Cedar Lake Shawl pattern PDF

This elegant shawl works up beautifully in gradient-dyed yarn or two coordinating colors. A slightly more than triangular shape keeps the shawl laying nicely on your shoulders, and the smaller size can be wrapped cozily around your neck. The lace edging is both charted and written, and creates a lovely scalloped border.

This is an advanced beginner project - you should be comfortable casting on, knitting, purling, and binding off. Additional skills in the pattern include yarn-overs and decreases. This is a wonderful first lace project.

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4" = 16 sts and 28 rows in Stocking Stitch, blocked
Note: yarns shown usually knit at 20-22 sts to 4" in Stocking Stitch

Width: 44.5(62)"
Length: 18.5(26)"
150(300) yards DK or worsted weight yarn in MC
and 180(240) yards DK or worsted weight yarn in CC
OR 310(520) yards DK or worsted weight yarn

1 yard waste yarn
US 7 (4.5mm) 29" or longer circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge
US G (4mm) or larger crochet hook
stitch markers
yarn needle
pins for blocking

Yarns shown:

LGF Suri’s Suri Luscious (50% suri alpaca/50% wool; 300 yards/4.5 oz)  

Be Sweet Bamboo (100% bamboo; 110 yards/50 grams)

3-ply yarn handspun from Quaere mixed BFL unspun fiber (100% Bluefaced Leicester wool; 313 yards/2 ounces; 14 wraps per inch)