Come Along, Pond! by Teri B.
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Come Along, Pond!

by Teri B.
November 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 23 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch before blocking
US 10 - 6.0 mm
385 - 400 yards (352 - 366 m)
136 cm (53.6”) wide, 60 cm (23.6“) deep
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‘Come Along, Pond!’ is a semi-circular shawl knitted from the bottom edge-up.

The inspiration for this shawl came from a scarf worn by Amelia Pond, companion of the Eleventh Doctor in BBC’s Doctor Who. ‘Come Along, Pond!’ shares a bold lace pattern with the scarf featured in the series, as well as a rich red color – but of course, you don’t have to knit it in red. Nor do you need to be a proud Whovian to flaunt it – you do have to flaunt it, though.

What you’ll need:
Yarn: One skein of Tosh Merino Light (100% superwash merino, 420 yards per skein).
The shawl requires approx. 400 yards (366 m) of fingering yarn, preferably wool.
Needles: 6 mm (US 10) needles –preferably circular needles, though straights will do, too.
Notions: 8 stitch markers, a darning needle to weave in ends. Pins for blocking.

Difficulty: intermediate to advanced. You’ll have to work lace on both sides.

Gauge: 10 cm x 10 cm = 19 sts x 23 rows in stockinette stitch before blocking.
Please take time to check your gauge. As this shawl is knitted from the bottom edge-up, hitting the correct gauge will insure that one skein of TML will be enough to complete the project.

This pattern is written using abbreviations. Charts are also provided. You will find them at the end of the pattern.

This pattern has been tested.

May, 8th, 2014 : the pattern has been updated to correct the typo in the first section of the charts (on row 25, the fourth stitch is a yo, not a k1 as it previously read).