Fallen Cloud by Lisa Hannes

Fallen Cloud

February 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch after blocking
US 8 - 5.0 mm
600 yards (549 m)
length: 180cm/70.9“, depth: 65cm/25.6“, easily adjustable
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Beautiful cables and lace create an elegant border on this warm & cosy triangular shawl.

Worked sideways in a mix of garter stitch, cables and lace in worsted weight yarn makes it a quick and engaging knit.
You’ll love wrapping yourself up in this warm and eyecatching shawl!

The pattern comes in fully written out as well as charted instructions.

I hope you enjoy the pattern!

(I have also designed a matching sweater pattern! You can find it here: Fallen Cloud Sweater.)

length along top edge: approx. 180cm/70.9“
depth: approx. 65cm/25.6“
easily adjustable

Designed for worsted weight yarn in solid/semisolid colourways. Allow approx. 600yds/546m to get the size of the sample. The pattern is very easy to adjust to other yarn weights and/or yardages.
Yarn used for sample:
Madelinetosh Tosh Vintage (worsted weight, 100g=200yds/182m), 3 skeins in colourway Fallen Cloud

Not critical for this project but differences will affect yardage requirements and the finished size.
Gauge on sample: 16 sts x 30 rows = 10x10cm/4x4“ in garter stitch after blocking
Needles used for sample: 5mm/US8

Many thanks go to my fantastic testknitters. They did such a wonderful job and I truly appreciate all their invaluable help & feedback!
You can see all their beautiful projects here.

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update 03/2017
Ich habe nun auch eine deutsche Version der Anleitung hinzugefügt.
Ein wunderschönes Muster aus Zöpfen und Lace ziert die elegante Borte an diesem warmen & kuscheligen Dreieckstuch.
Viel Spaß beim Stricken!
(German version is available now.)

Erratum: The link for the cable tutorial in the pattern has expired. I’ll fix this asap. You can find it here: https://ysolda.com/blogs/journal/cabling-without-a-cable-...