Blue Ridge Mornings by Shayla Morrigan

Blue Ridge Mornings

March 2019
Light Fingering ?
26 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in Garter
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1200 - 1300 yards (1097 - 1189 m)
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About this pattern
An elegant and simple wrap that will look lovely as well as keeping you warm on those misty mornings. Primarily garter stitch with a few tricks along the way.


  • The sample was knit with Cauldron’s Path Yarns Sunrises in Mist (Color A), Fog (Color B), Storm Clouds (Color C), and Morning Blue (Color CC). (fingering weight, 100 grams, 475 yards each) and used 1250 yards
  • You can use 2 colors instead of 4, and replace Color B and Color C with Color A. You will need more than one skein of Color A, however, unless you plan on a smaller shawl.
  • You can use up your scraps for the “valleys” by using them for Color CC.


  • Needles used in grey sample: US 6 (4.0 mm)
  • Four main stitch markers, a removable stitch marker (to indicate the front of your work), several CC markers
  • Tapestry needle (to weave in ends)
  • Blocking pins or wires

Skill Level
Easy. Skills used include:
k: knit
p: purl
kfb: knit into front of stitch without dropping, knit into the back of same stitch, creating 2 stitches from one.
pfb: purl into front of stitch without dropping, purl into the back of same stitch, creating 2 stitches from one.
m1: make 1
YO: yarn over
k2tog: knit 2 together
ssk: slip, slip, knit together
ccd: central double decrease - slip the next two stitches from the left knitting needle to the right knitting needle as if to knit two together. Knit the next stitch on the left knitting needle. Insert the left knitting needle into the two slipped stitches and pull them over the first stitch and off the right knitting needle.