Short Description: Wattle is one of the most iconic sights in Australia, with the plants producing bundles of golden orb-like flowers in the spring. The small bobbles featured on the shawl reference these flowers, whilst the cable border mimics the intertwining branches holding them out for us to enjoy.
Gauge: 20.5 stitches x 40 rows = 10cm (4”) in garter ridge pattern
Finished Measurements: Approximately 116cm (45 ¾") wide and 35.5cm (14") at deepest point, relaxed after blocking.
Materials Used: 200g fingering weight yarn; 632m (691yds)
Needle Size: 3.75mm (US 5) circular needle, or size to obtain gauge (150cm [60”] cable length recommended)
Pattern Includes: Written instructions
Skill Level: Intermediate