Knit this luscious cabled shawl using DK or Worsted weight yarn. Honeycomb cables fill the body of the shawl accompanied by wide ribbed edges. The middle section is worked in stockinette stitch with meandering cables. Use colorful stripes whenever you like to add a touch of playfulness with the traditional cables. A two-color brioche border frames the fabric with a graphic bang!
Sizes Small (Large) Sample shown in Large Size.
Finished Measurements 68 (80)″ / 173 (203)cm wingspan length, 23 (28)“ / 58 (71)cm from CO to BO edge. Measurements taken after blocking.
Yarn DK & Worsted weight
Yardage Cabled Section MC - 690 (790)yds / 631 (722)m (shown in gold) CC - approximately 250 (300)yds / 229 (274)m total. CC is shown using several different color pops. Gather a range of colors in DK & worsted weight yarns for these accent stripes.
Brioche Border MC - 200 (250)yds / 183 (229)m (black) CC - 150 (180)yds / 137 (165)m (white)
Needles 47″ US 7 / 4.5mm circular (gold version) for a crisp dense fabric Use a needle size to achieve the fabric density and drape that you like.
Cabled Section MC - De Rerum Natura Gilliatt, Color - Doré CC - a variety of DK & worsted weight yarns including Orkney Angora St. Magnus DK (held double for extra fluffy stripes), Woolfolk Tov, Hedgehog Fibres Merino DK, Qing Fibre Supersoft DK, & Brooklyn Tweed Arbor.
Brioche Border Malabrigo Rios MC - Black CC - White
The sample fabric includes some variety in the yarn weight. Use the needle size you like with the thickest yarn and any thinner yarn weights will be less dense. You can also hold fingering weight yarn double to achieve gauge.