August 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 4 - 3.5 mm
600 - 700 yards (549 - 640 m)
one size - 72" along the wingspan, 22" at its deepest point
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Although fruit trees were first planted in the Okanagan in 1860, the Klondike Gold Rush and construction of the Kettle Valley Railway in the early 1900s allowed the fruit orchard industry to flourish. Bing cherries were one of the first and most popular variety of cherries to be grown in the Okanagan, loved for their deep maroon colour and sweet flavour.

Bing is a top down, triangular shawl inspired by the many varieties of cherries grown throughout the Okanagan Valley. Simple stockinette stripes border a cherry-inspired lace section for a pop of colour.


Red shawl shown in Black Cat Custom Yarn Everyday Sock (400y/115g), using 80g (278y) Charcoal (colour A), 60g (209y) Butt Naked (colour B), and 50g (174y) Red Riding Hood (colour C).

Pink shawl shown in Sweet Fiber Cashmerino Sock (372y/115g), using Charcoal (colour A), Paper Birch (colour B), and Dusted Rose (colour C).


3.5mm (US 4) 40” circular needle, or size needed to get gauge, stitch markers, darning needle


22 st / 4” in stockinette, after blocking

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


Approximately 72” across by 22” deep, after blocking