Running this first Mystery Knit-Along was exciting, but certainly not without its challenges. We’ve learned a lot of lessons throughout the process that we are already applying to our current project list. I love creating new patterns for our customers and pride myself at making sure our designs are the best the can be, but I’m not perfect (please don’t tell my husband). You might say I’m still a student in some respects, living to learn, continuously trying to face challenges head-on in the attempt to get better, thinking bigger, and create more. The greatest challenge, of late it seems, has been to “go with the flow” and letting my mindset adjust and expand to allow new ideas in without regret.
I just wanted to take a minute to thank you all for the support, feedback (both constructive and positive), encouragement, and patience through our first MKAL. Every message and email was valued and we are grateful that you took the time to reach out with your thoughts.
And so, without further ado, we are delighted to present the final, full and complete version of Cederberg! With that said SPOILERS AHEAD in …
Colour gets playful in the gorgeous interplay of textural stitches and hints of lace. This sideways asymmetrical shawl captivates the knitter, allowing the imagination to come forth in both hue and form, for the perfect beginner lace project.
102″ / 259 cm wide
26″ / 66 cm at deepest point
3 skeins SweetGeorgia Yarns Tough Love Sock, 1 each in Linen (MC), Fauna (CC1), and Raspberry (CC2) (425 yd / 389 m per skein; 80% Superwash Merino, 20% Nylon).
NEEDLES & NOTIONS
Size 6 US / 4 mm circular needle, 32″ (80 cm) long
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
21 sts and 44 rows = 4″ / 10 cm in Garter stitch, blocked.
21 sts and 42 rows = 4″ / 10 cm in Slipped Column patt, blocked.
18 sts and 32 rows = 4″ / 10 cm in Big Wave patt, blocked.
Note that getting correct “blocked” gauge is crucial in that changes will affect required yardage and finished size.
You can find Cederberg HERE on our website and over on Ravelry. As always, we can’t wait to see your own colour fun on social media with the hashtag #sweetgeorgiayarns.