Tenkiller by Andrea Cull

Tenkiller

Knitting
May 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
25 stitches and 46 rows = 4 inches
in Garter stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
840 - 1400 yards (768 - 1280 m)
Small, Large
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This design is named for my favorite local destination, Lake Tenkiller, but rivers and lakes aren’t always fun. Your purchase helps support Oklahoma Flood Victims. A $100 donation has been made in advance on behalf of all pattern sales to the Tulsa Community Foundation (and a promise of more if pattern sales exceed expectations)

Bring out your playful side! Lake Tenkiller never fails to bring out the child in me, and is where my husband and I spend our summer weekends jumping off the pontoon into the deep, icy water. Make a splash of your own in bobbles and lace.

This shawl is worked flat from the upper left tip toward the right edge
The Polka Dot illusion is created by slipping stitches of the main color when working the Bobble Rows. If you’ve done Mosaic knitting you can do this. The bobbles may behave in an unruly manner while knitting, but are adjusted during blocking and afterwards stay in place.

This pattern has been tested and professionally edited.

Skill level Advanced Beginner

Finished Sizes
Small 66” 165 cm wingspan along top edge.
19” 48 cm deep from top edge to tip.
Large 73” 182 cm wingspan along top edge.
22½” 56 cm deep from top edge to tip.

Size Small
Vrinda Yarn Company Ahimsa Fingering (100% fine Uruguayan Merino wool; 420 yards 384 m/3.5 oz 100 g): Moss (MC) and Natural (CC), 1 skein each.

Size Large Yarn Love Yarn Cinderella (80% superwash BFL wool, 20% nylon; 185 yards 169 m/1.76 oz 50 g: Misty Sunrise (MC), 4 skeins; Butterbeer (CC1), Creamsicle (CC2), Shiny Penny (CC3), Maple Leaf (CC4), 1 skein each.