Cherry Falls by Rachel Kieselburg

Cherry Falls

August 2020
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
13 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 8 - 5.0 mm
1108 yards (1013 m)
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NOTE: Each stripe was knit with 14 rows, which blocked out to 2” for the garter stripes and 3” for the stockinette stripes.

The Cherry Falls Shawl (shown in Brooklyn Tweed Shelter) with its classic striping, harkens back memories of camp blankets and cozy nights wrapped up in wool around a fire. As we navigate COVID-19 and our love of hiking, we decided to name this shawl after one of our beloved local haunts - Cherry Falls. Designer Rachel Kieselburg grew up in the area, and Cherry Falls was one of her first hikes as a child. It is a reminder of the beauty of our own backyard here in the Snoqualmie Valley. The Cherry Falls Shawl is a large blanket shawl, and will certainly keep you snug and warm.

39.5 in / 10 0 cm deep, 90 in / 229 cm wide

Main Color
Approximately 755 yd / 691 m worsted weight yarn
Contrast Color 1
74 yd / 68 m worsted weight yarn
Contrast Color 2
83 yd / 76 m worsted weight yarn
Contrast Color 3
95 yd / 87 m worsted weight yarn
Contrast Color 4
101 yd / 92 m worsted weight yarn
Shown in Brooklyn Tweed Shelter (100% American Targhee Columbia wool, 140 yd / 128 m per 50g skein).
MC: Fossil; 6 skeins.
CC1: Birdbook; 1 skein.
CC2: Long John; 1 skein.
CC3: Hayloft; 1 skein.
CC4: Old World; 1 skein.
(Many knitters needed a second skein of CC3 & CC4)

13 sts / 26 rows = 4 in / 10 cm in (blocked)

Needle sizes are recommendations only; always use needle
size necessary to achieve given gauge.
US #8 / 5.0 mm 40 in / 100 cm circular

4 stitch markers, tapestry needle