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Line Where The Sky Meets the Sea

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Some people feel the call of the Sea. Open water, no land in sight, that is where your heart lies. I know this feeling well. I grew up near the North Atlantic and I love being on a boat offshore, wondering what lies just over the horizon. When I first watched the film “Moana” and I heard her sing “There’s a line where the sky meets the sea and it calls me” I knew exactly what she meant. To my fellow knitters who also hear the sea’s siren call, I present this shawl.

This shawl is worked in three sections. First you work the bottom stockinette section. Then you work the cable band like an applied edge. Lastly, you pick up stitches on the cable band and work the top stockinette section.

This pattern has been tech edited and test knit.

Materials Needed
• 1000 yards 914.5 m of fingering weight yarn.
• 40 yards 36.5 m of contrast color yarn.
• US 4 3.5mm circular needle, or size needed to obtain
gauge, 40 inch 100 cm length
• Tapestry needle

26 sts and 30 rows per 4 inches 10 cm.

5 feet 1.5 m wide by 15 inches 38 cm deep.
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