Lake of Shining Waters by Kalurah Hudson

Lake of Shining Waters

Knitting
March 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
7 stitches and 7 rows = 1 inch
in Worked in cable pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
765 yards (700 m)
One size - 58” x 48”
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This design is inspired by my favorite book, Anne of Green Gables. Simple but striking 3-stitch cables flow gracefully over this asymmetric shawl, bringing to memory Anne’s endearing name for the pond near the Cuthbert farm… “Lake of Shining Waters”.

All increases for this shawl happen at the end of every right side row with simple yarn overs. The yarn overs are then worked through the back loop on the wrong side to make them invisible.

Finished Measurements

Laying flat, blocked: 58” wide and 48” deep, at longest point.

Skills required

  • Working back and forth on 32” circulars

  • Picot Bind Off

  • Simple but repetitive cables (Video links provided in the pattern.)

  • Reading from a chart

  • Slipping stitches

  • Working into the back of yarn overs

Yarn

Approx. 765 yards of Sport weight yarn
I used nearly all of 3 skeins of Midknit Cravings Yarn Co. Comfort Sport in “Antique Pearl”. (255 yrds/skein)

Needles

Size US #6 (4mm) 32” Circular Needels, for working back and forth

Notions

  • (2) Stitch Markers

  • Cable Needle (if desired, my videos show you how to create the cables WITHOUT a cable needle.)