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Have you ever been in a fog so thick you can’t see beyond your hand? My grandparent’s village is a 6-mile peninsula sticking into the North Atlantic and the fog there is epic. Rolling in off the cold waters that surround the village, the fog encircles you in a gray mist while the waves crash on the shore, out of sight but never out of hearing. When I first saw this yarn gradient I knew exactly what this shawl would become, showcasing the swirling fog and waves.

This shawl is knit top-down, back-and-forth and the result is an almost-circular shawl with a cutout that allows it to be worn easily. (see last image).

This pattern has been tech edited and test knit. Thank you to test knitters Kali, Audrey, Sheila, and Jyoti!


720 yards fingering weight, gradient recommended
Stitch markers
Tapestry needle
US 4 3.5 mm circular needles, or size needed to obtain gauge, 40 inches 100 cm or longer


24 sts and 32 rows over 4 inches 10 cm after washing
and blocking.

15 inches 38 cm deep from cast on edge to bottom of the wave pattern, roughly 36 in 91.5 cm diameter.
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