Ridgeline Shawl-- Knitting Patterns -- PDF Download
A perfect cool weather shawl, Ridgeline is a crescent shawl knit primarily in garter stitch using DK weight yarn. It is light enough to be worn in Spring and Autumn around the shoulders and long enough to become a snuggly cowl wrapped around the neck in Winter. It’s elegance and texture make it a go-to accessory for day-to-evening wear for any body type and/or size.
Approximately 57 inches (144.8 cm) by 18 inches (45.7 cm), blocked. This is not a gauge-dependent pattern, so it can be worked with a heavier weight yarn, though this will increase the dimensions of the finished product.
The pattern requires 2 skeins of Squee DK by Cedar Hill Farm Company; (Shown here in the Hive colorway).
Needles & Notions: US 6 (4mm) circular needles (24 to 32 inch); 7 closed stitch markers; 1 or more locking stitch markers to track increases, decreases, and edging repeats as needed; yarn needle.
Gauge: 20 stitches by 32 rows (garter stitch, blocked) in 4 inches (10 cm).
Ridgeline is a crescent garter stitch shawl The knit-on Irish lace edging is joined seamlessly with the lower selvage edge as it is knit.
Please Note: At the time of purchase, you will need to provide an email address to which the pattern(s) can be sent. Patterns will be emailed to you upon completion of sale and verification of payment. Patterns purchased through this shop are non-refundable due to the nature of the product and the ability to save the file to your computer.
All patterns include customer support, so if you are confused about a direction or have a question about a yarn substitution, feel free to contact me, the designer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The patterns available for purchase through this shop are subject to copyright laws. They cannot be reproduced for personal profit, charitable gain, or individual sale without the written consent of the designer, Keya Kuhn.
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