Ceridwen by Sue Lazenby

Ceridwen

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Knitting
December 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches
in main cable pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
875 - 1260 yards (800 - 1152 m)
one, but can be adjusted by changing the number of repeats
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Ceridwen (pronounced ker-ID-wen) is the crone aspect of the Celtic triple goddess and she is associated with change and rebirth. To reflect the shape of her magical cauldren and the intricacy of Celtic knotwork, I designed a semi circular shawl in two cabled patterns. Cabled panels frame the main cabled sections & it is finished with an i-cord edging. It would be suitable for an experienced knitter used to cabled knitting.

SIZE:
Approx. width 51” - 59” / 130 - 150 cm; depth 19” - 20” / 48 - 50 cm
Adjustable by working a different number of repeats.

GAUGE: 4” / 10 cm over cable pattern using fingering on 4mm needles: before blocking: 36 sts / 34 rows; after blocking: 24 sts / 27 rows

MATERIALS & TOOLS:

Yarn: Fingering: approx 875 - 1260 yd / 800 - 1152 m


Needles: 1 x 40’’ / 100 cm circular:
US # 6 / 4.0 mm or size to achieve desired gauge.


Notions: Waste yarn (& crochet hook if required) for provisional CO; cable needle; 6 stitch markers; blocking wires & pins

SKILL LEVEL: advanced intermediate (4 / 5)

SKILLS NEEDED: complex cabling (cabled tab start, 2 patterns at same time), lace knitting, i-cord BO.

The detailed instructions are fully written as well as charted throughout.The pattern has been fully tech edited and tested.

I’d love to see your progress / finished shawl over in the
suseknits group.