Use one cake of color-changing “Blossom” fingering weight yarn to knit this shawl with alternating cabled waves every sixth row. The stockinette makes it a simple knit and the cables keep it interesting. It finishes with a flirty ruffle and makes the perfect little shawlette for spring layering or to for tucking in your coat collar to break the winter chill.
Yarn: Wonderland Yarns “Blossom” sock/fingering weight, 420 yards/4 oz skein; 1 cake. Shown in “African Daisy”
Needles & Notions: US size 4 circular needles, 24” long OR size needed to get proper gauge, yarn needle
Gauge: 19 sts & 30 rows = 4” in cable pattern
Measurements: 48” wide and 14” deep, blocked
Designer's note: "I find that if the last stitch of my cable is loose and leggy, I can clean it up by purling through the back loop on the following WS row."