Kettle Valley by Knox Mountain Knit Co.

Kettle Valley

March 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 9 - 5.5 mm
650 - 700 yards (594 - 640 m)
one size - 65" along the wingspan, 25" at its deepest point.
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The Kettle Valley Railway was built in the early 1900s to service the growing mining demands of the Interior of British Columbia. After the final section was abandoned in 1989, much of the route was converted to a multi-use recreational trail, including the awe-inspiring trestles and tunnels of Myra Canyon.

Kettle Valley is a textured, top down, triangular shawl inspired by the Kettle Valley Railway and the beautiful and historic Myra Canyon.


Cream and brown shawl shown in Julie Asselin Nurtured (130y/60g), using 120g Homme Fort (colour A), 90g Naturel (colour B), and 90g Compass (colour C).

Solid grey shawl shown in Knitpicks Wool of the Andes Worsted, using 320g Cobblestone Heather (including fringe).

Grey and blue shawl shown in Cascade 220 Superwash (220y/100g), using 100g Charcoal (colour A), 80g Silver Grey (Colour B), and 80g Seafoam Heather (colour C).


5.5mm (US 9) 40” circular needle, or size needed to get gauge, stitch markers, darning needle


16 st / 4” in both stockinette and patterns, after blocking

(A different gauge will affect finished measurements and yardage requirements.)


Approximately 70” across by 30” deep, after blocking